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We have lots of events planned for Loughborough Town Centre this Autumn and Winter. Keep an eye on this website for further details. Events include: Loogabarooga Festival Loughborough Fair Robin Hood - The Pantomime Adventure Santa Fun Run Christmas Lights Switch On with Capital FM Love Loughborough Winter Festive Fayre Christmas Markets Plus much more!

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Loogabarooga Festival

This year the Loogabarooga Festival is delighted to welcome Waterstone's Children's Laureate, Lauren Child.  The opening day, Wednesday 18th October is jam-packed with exciting Lauren Child themed activities, including Lauren Child live at Loughborough Town Hall and parties for all you little Charlie and Lolas out there! You can start the day by following the Lauren Child illustration town trail around the town centre shops all the way to Charnwood Museum, where you can see original artwork from your favourite Lauren Child books. These include Charlie & Lola and their Friends, Clarice Bean, Hubert Horatio Bartle Bobton-Trent and more. Town trails…

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Clash Of Brass – Saturday 16th December

Coming to you from the fabulous Loughborough Market Place a feast of brass. From 11 until 3 join us on the hour every hour for an amazing Brass Band experience. We will be joined by the Boys Brigade, Syston Brass, Seaforth Highlanders Pipes and Drums plus others to be announced.   Each band will give a 20 minute selection of everything from popular classics to old favourites   Come and join us for some fabulous music and the beautiful sound of brass

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The Handicraft Unit at Loughborough University

Loughborough has a unique and interesting history whereby today's internationally recognised Design School emerged from a commitment to inviting leading craftsmen from ‘the Cotswold School’ to train students in furniture making. The ‘Handicraft Unit’, as it was then known, required its students to set aside time each week to work under two of the most famous proponents of the Cotswold School, firstly Peter Waals and later Edward Barnsley. They produced functional items that were used by the students and as a result the university now has a rich collection of furniture of museum quality. The most visible example of this…

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  • Local History Cafe at Charnwood Museum

    Friday, 3 November 2017

    Are you aged 50 or over, living in or near Loughborough and interested in heritage and history ? Would youRead More

  • National Theatre Live – Follies

    Thursday, 16 November 2017

    Thursday 16th November, 7pm at the Cope Auditorium. Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical is staged for the first time at theRead More

  • Pub Science – Climate Change, An Uncertain Future?

    Thursday, 16 November 2017

      Are our attitudes towards climate change post Brexit and post Trump changing?  How do we assess the truth regardingRead More

  • NT Live – Hamlet (Encore)

    Thursday, 26 October 2017

    Thu 26 October, 7:00pm Venue: Cope Auditorium £10 / £5 students Book Tickets Academy Award® nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s Sherlock,Read More