Warwick’s celebrated Victorian Christmas Evening takes place on Thursday 29th November from 5pm to 9 pm.
Touch FM will host a packed programme of entertainment on stage in the Market Place where Father Christmas will help the Mayor of Warwick switch the town’s Christmas lights on at 7pm.
The stage programme includes:
5.00pm – Opening
5.15pm – Stagecoach
5.30pm – Matt Bate
6.10pm – Xmas Music
6.20pm – Hannah Clare Dance
6.50pm – Countdown to Lights On
7.00pm – Xmas Music
7.10pm – St. Mary’s Choir
7.30pm – Judging of Best Dressed Victorian Outfit
7.40pm – Me, Him & the Others
8.10pm – Spa Centre Panto – Sleeping Beauty
8.20pm – Chasing Deer
9.00pm – Finish
There will be attractions throughout the town centre including
- traditional steam-powered carousel
- Victorian Ferris wheel
- traction engines
- fire spinners
- children’s rides and entertainments
- Victorian Market and craft stalls
- street entertainers and musicians including Thom Kirkpatrick.
- Victorian market with festive food and craft stalls
- fairground organs
- Victorian scallywags
- a policeman on stilts!
Christmas Tree Festival at St. Mary’s Church
Shopkeepers and stallholders will be in period costume and visitors are encouraged to enter the Best Dressed Victorian Competition.
Both the best dressed man and the best dressed woman will receive a meal voucher at The Rose and Crown.
Please call the Visitor Information Centre on 01926 492212 for more information and help planning your visit.
Telephone: 01789 267000