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Lichfield District Events and Festivals
From music, comedy, drama and jazz, to lectures, fayres, festivals and more - you are never more than a day away from a top event when you visit Lichfield.
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Saturday 28th May 2016 - Sunday 5th June 2016
There's loads to keep the whole family entertained this half-term.
Visit Tamefest, a fun event showcasing the vibrant heritage of the Tame Valley Wetlands, or meet a selection of spiders, bugs, snakes and reptiles at the National Forest Adventure Farm's, Wild and Deadly Week.
Bring the family to the ever popular Greenhill Bower, watch the parade and join the afternoons entertainment in Beacon park, there's something for everyone.
With holiday fun at Friary Grange Leisure Centre, Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum, Beacon Park and Freedom Cycles you'll not have a moment to spare!
To see our full events listing visit www.visitlichfield.co.uk/halfterm
Wednesday 1st June 2016 - Wednesday 1st June 2016
Enjoy Grimm's Sheesha with Peter Chand.
The 200th anniversary of Grimm’s Tales was celebrated in 2012. Most of the stories are much older and many originate in India.
Peter Chand offers you a glimpse into Grimm’s Sheesha (Mirror) for a distinct and vibrant collection of Indian versions of Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, The Frog Prince and others.
Original version commissioned by the Crick Crack Club, London Since 1999 Peter has been entertaining British and international audiences with his tales from India.
He was born in the Midlands of Punjabi parents and combines these two cultures seamlessly to tell stories full of life, wisdom and humour.
We can guarantee that this will be another super evening of storytelling.
Thursday 2nd June 2016 - Thursday 2nd June 2016
Popular established Farmers' Market with numerous stalls selling fresh, delicious local produce, tempting treats, arts and crafts. Held every first Thursday of the month (except January).
This June we are celebrating the 15th Anniversary of our much loved Farmers' Market, so why not come down, celebrate and enjoy the fantastic local fayre on offer!
Not one to be missed!