Horsham District Events May

Please find below the Horsham District Events listing May 2018, which we hope you will find useful. Please note that Horsham District Events team are selling tickets for:

Horsham Music Circle’s event: The Primrose Piano QUARTET on Saturday, 12th May 2018. PRICES: Adult £23, Under 18s £5.

The Loxwood Joust on 4th / 5th / 11th / 12th August 2018. PRICES: Adult 15+ £13 (£16 on the gate), Children 4-14 £7 (£8 on the gate), Under 4s GO FREE!

The South of England Show on 7th / 8th / 9th June 2018.

PRICES: Adult £17.85 (£21 on the gate), Senior Citizen/Student £16.15 (£19 on the gate), Under 16s GO FREE!

For lots more information, please do visit our website:- www.horshamvisitor.co.uk

Tue 1st May The “Victoria Years”: costume exhibition (until 6th June) Horsham Museum
  Photographic exhibition – Tom Hard: The Beautiful South (until 5th May) Horsham Museum
  Harry Price RI – “Reflected” (until 26th May) Horsham Museum
  “Metal – The Wonder Material” (until 8th June) Horsham Museum
  “Love & Marriage” (until 7th July) Horsham Museum
  Steyning Downland WI Coffee Morning Steyning Cricket Club, Memorial Play. Field
  Little Wild Things (fortnightly nature group aimed at preschool age 2½ – 5yrs) RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  Horsham Community Choir (weekly, Tuesdays) Collyer’s, Hurst Road, Horsham
     
Wed 2nd May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Board Games (an informal group, 1st Wednesday of every month) Horsham Library
  The Arts Society, Storrington: Lecture by Clive Barham Carter West Chiltington Village Hall
     
Thu 3rd May Billingshurst Reading Group (1st Thursday of every month) Billingshurst Library
  Blake: The Anniversary Tour The Capitol, Horsham
  Theatre 48 presents: “Night Must Fall” (until 5th May) The Studio, The Capitol, Horsham
  Steyning Bowling Club: Learn to play Bowls Steyning Bowling Club, Memorial Play. Field
     
Fri 4th May Night Time Safari – a watch of nightingales RSPB Pulborough Brooks
     
Sat 5th May Arun (diesel locomotive) services (1st Saturday of every month MAR-SEP) South Downs Light Railway
  Kerry Ellis: 20th Anniversary Tour The Capitol, Horsham
  Nightingale Festival (also 6th & 7th May) RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  Binocular & Telescope Open Weekend (also 6th & 7th May) RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  Wood From The Trees Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
  Photographic exhibition – Tom Hard: The Beautiful South (LAST DAY !!!) Horsham Museum
     
Sun 6th May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Misha Glenny – McMafia The Capitol, Horsham
  Classic Motorcycles Day Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
  Horsham Folk Club: Song & Dance Normandy Centre, Denne Road, Horsham
  Live Concert – Horsham Accordion Band Podium Bandstand, Horsham Park
  South Downs Belle special extended ride (1st Sunday of every month) South Downs Light Railway
  Shipley Arts Festival – Bernardi Music Group + Malcolm Singer St Mary The Virgin Church, Shipley
     
Mon 7th May Partridge Green Players Play Reading Group (1st Monday of every month) Partridge Pub, Church Rd, Partridge Green
  St Mary’s 5k Trail Run & Family Fun Day Barrack field next to Cricket Club, Horsham
  The Not Quite Dawn Chorus RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  Rotary Club of Storr. & P’borough District: Bank Holiday Car Boot Sale Storrington Library car park
  Small Dole Art (informal group every Monday) Small Dole Village Hall
     
Tue 8th May Refugee Tales The Theatre, Christ’s Hospital School
     
Wed 9th May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  The Michael Jackson HIStory Show The Capitol, Horsham
  NADFAS lecture: “Fanny Mendelssohn – The Black Browed Cantor” The Capitol, Horsham
  Steyning History Society AGM The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft
     
Thu 10th May Forbidden Nights The Capitol, Horsham
  Storrington Camera Club – Rob White: Marine + Milky Way Photography Football Pavilion, Storrington
  Annual Meeting for Older People (in conjunction with Age UK) The Henfield Hall
     
Fri 11th May Kathleen Turner – “Finding My Voice” The Capitol, Horsham
  Classic Concert – Organ Recital Christ’s Hospital Big School
     
Sat 12th May Whole Lotta’ Shakin The Capitol, Horsham
  Horsham Music Society – The Primrose Piano Quartet St Mark’s Church, N. Heath Lane, Horsham
  Minis At The Quarry Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
  Broadwood Day of Dance + Morris Minors (Horsham English Festival) Carfax Bandstand, Horsham
  Storrington On Show 2018 – up to 30 local voluntary organisations Chanctonbury Leisure Centre, Storrington
  West Chiltington Community School May Fair West Chiltington Community School
  Rock Solid Community Gospel Choir Henfield Evangelical Free Church
  NEG35 – An exhibition of black & white 35mm Photography (until 11th Aug) Horsham Museum
     
Sun 13th May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Commercial Vehicles Day Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
  Horsham Folk Club Open Floor: Spotlight on Leonie Mansell Normandy Centre, Denne Road, Horsham
  Live Concert – Copthorne Silver Band Podium Bandstand, Horsham Park
  Loxwood Joust performance + Aston Martins (Horsham English Festival) Carfax, Horsham
  Storrington Village Duck Race (charity village fun day) Storrington Riverside Walk/Library Car Park
  NGS Garden Open for Charity The Old Vicarage, Washington
     
Mon 14th May Monthly Talk at the Museum – Neil Hunt: “Tales from the Top Table” The Museum (The Old School), Storrington
  Arts Society Steyning – Denise Heywood: “Stamford Raffles …” The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft
     
Tue 15th May Ed Byrne: Spoiler Alert The Capitol, Horsham
     
Wed 16th May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Woodmancote & Henfield WI May Meeting The Henfield Hall
  Henfield Theatre Company: “Little Shop of Horrors” (Until 19th May) The Henfield Hall
  You Win Again: Celebrating the music of the Bee Gees The Capitol, Horsham
     
Thu 17th May AGM of Friends of St Peter’s Henfield Corpus Christi Church, Henfield
  Wildlife Walkabout RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  An Evening of Comedy The Theatre, Christ’s Hospital School
  Psychic Sally: Kisses to Heaven The Capitol, Horsham
     
Fri 18th May Vienna Festival Ballet presents: “The Sleeping Beauty” The Capitol, Horsham
  “The Man On The Moor” The Studio, The Capitol, Horsham
  TPPE presents: “”Last Tango” and “Last Panto” (also 19th May) North Heath Hall, Horsham
  The Steyning Society – Peter Harris: “The West Pier in its heyday” The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft
     
Sat 19th May Military Vehicle Home Front Weekend (also 20th May) Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
  Summer Sounds – Saxophony Carfax Bandstand, Horsham
  “Let’s Hang On” The Capitol, Horsham
  Little White Blue vintage covers band charity gig Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre
  Friends of Horsham Hospital Summer Fete Horsham Hospital, Hurst Road, Horsham
  Thakeham Gardeners Club Plant Sale Thakeham Village Hall
     
Sun 20th May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Photography Workshop for Adults – marvellous macro RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  Horsham Folk Club Open Floor: Bond of Union Normandy Centre, Denne Road, Horsham
  Live Concert – Lancing Brass of the Royal British Legion Podium Bandstand, Horsham Park
     
Mon 21st May Dementia Awareness Drop-in Horsham Library
     
Tue 22nd May Tuesday Club: A Step Back In Time”, a talk about The Argus Small Dole Village Hall
  Evening Pupils’ Recital: Junior Music Scholars The Theatre, Christ’s Hospital School
  London Studio Centre presents: “Intoto Dance” The Capitol, Horsham
     
Wed 23rd May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Bird Song Master Class – the warblers (April date now fully booked) RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  Tom Allen Absolutely The Capitol, Horsham
  Arun Valley U3A inaugural General Meeting Pulborough Village Hall
     
Thu 24th May Wildlife Walkabout RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  Cream Tea Voyage Wey & Arun Canal
  Jason Donovan and His Amazing Mid-life Crisis (sold out – returns only) The Capitol, Horsham
  This Is My Theatre presents: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” St Botolph’s Church, near Steyning
     
Fri 25th May Family Fridays @ The Free (4th Friday of every month) Henfield Evangelical Free Church
  Parham Clocks Tour Parham House & Gardens
  The Chicago Blues Brothers Back-in-Black Tour The Capitol, Horsham
     
Sat 26th May Traditional Crafts Weekend (also 27th & 28th May) Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
  Visiting Loco’s Gala (also 27th May)  
  Summer Sounds – Patcham Silver Band Carfax Bandstand, Horsham
  Lee Memphis King: “One Night of Elvis” The Capitol, Horsham
  Horsham Painting Group Spring Exhibition & Sale Quaker Meet. House, Worthing Rd, Horsham
  DAY 1 of the 16-day Steyning Festival (until 9th June) Variety of locations, dependent upon event
  Steyning Art Trail 1st weekend 18 venues (Steyning/Bramber/Beeding)
     
Sun 27th May Steyning Cricket Club – Quiz (4th Sunday of every month) Steyning Cricket Club, Charlton Street
  Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Children’s Outdoor Theatre: The Midnight Gang Parham House & Gardens
  Live Concert – Mid Sussex Brass Band Podium Bandstand, Horsham Park
  This Is My Theatre presents: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Cisswood House Hotel, Lower Beeding
     
Mon 28th May Adults Library Reading Group (last Monday of every month) Storrington Library
  Snakehunt! RSPB Pulborough Brooks
  New Sussex Opera presents: “The Elixir of Love” (Donizetti) The Capitol, Horsham
  This Is My Theatre presents: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” St Botolph’s Church, near Steyning
  Rotary Club of Storr. & P’borough District: Bank Holiday Car Boot Sale Storrington Library car park
     
Tue 29th May Dear Zoo – recommended for ages 2+ (also 30th May) The Capitol, Horsham
     
Wed 30th May Horsham Heritage Guided Walk Meet outside Horsham Museum 2.30pm
  Museum Explorers Day: Let’s Explore – Our Stationary Engines Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
     
Thu 31st May Pirates & Princesses Wey & Arun Canal
  The Counterfeit Stones: Street Fighting Sham The Capitol, Horsham
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