a SECRET underground temple the size of St Paul’s Cathedral in the Alps, jamming with a plant and a spiritual caravan park in Scotland.
All experiences of Doncaster-born storyteller and showman who is performing back in his hometown for the first time ever.
David Bramwell, 44, from Bessacarr, is bringing his show, the No 9 Bus To Utopia, to Doncaster’s Little Theatre.
Four years ago after splitting up with his long-term girlfriend, David embarked on a trip around Europe and America in search of Utopia.
His year-long travels took him to some weird and wonderful places from communities of treehouses and another that claimed to have invented a working time machine.
He said: “It’s an entertaining story to tell but it’s also got an important message to tell about how people can change to interact with their communities better.
He added that he is a little anxious about performing for a home crowd and admits that it’s a slightly less racy version than previous shows as members of his family - including two young nephews and his sister - are going to be in the audience.
He said: “I’ve got friends who I haven’t seen for 25 years coming to the show.”
David now lives in Brighton and teaches music part-time as well as producing a series of guides called, Cheeky Guides.
He also has plans for a show about Doncaster in the making but it’s still in its early stages.
Where: Doncaster Little Theatre
When: Tonight, 7.30pm
How Much: Tickets £10
CONTACT: 01302 340422
Lederhosen and large pitchers of ale are set to bring a little taste of Germany to Doncaster this weekend.
For the first time, Oktoberfest is coming to Rossington from tomorrow until Sunday.
About 300 people are expected to go along to sample a range of 20 real ales on offer from tomorrow until Sunday.
Opening times are tomorrow from4pm to 11pm, Saturday from midday to 11pm and Sunday from midday to 5pm.
Where: Rossington Miners’ Welfare
When: Tomorrow until Sunday
How Much: Free admission, £3 per pint
Get in the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll and raise funds for a children’s hospice..
Doncaster-based The Daybreakers are taking to the stage to support their local Children’s Hospice, Bluebell Wood at a charity night in Bawtry.
The Daybreakers which consists of Jeff Coupe, Keith Redshaw, Gary Pearson and Dave Kirkland are performing at a special charity evening on Saturday.
The evening will be a trip down memory lane and will include the sounds of the 60s with hits such as Peggy Sue, Roll over Beethoven, Blue Suede Shoes.
Where: Bawtry New Hall, Bawtry
When: Saturday, 7.30pm
How Much: £10
Contact: 01302 711687
AN evening of energetic classical musical is coming to Doncaster as part of the Music In The Round series of concerts.
Ensemble 360, billed as one of the most ‘adaptable’ chamber groups in the country are returning to Doncaster this weekend.
The evening will include music from Haydn, Strauss and Beethoven.
Among the highlights is Beethoven’s Septet for wind and strings was incredibly popular at the time it was written and remains so to this day.
Where: Priory Place Methodist Church, Doncaster
When: Saturday, 7.30pm
How Much: £12
Web: Music in the Round
More than 300 stalls will pack inside the giant exhibition hall at Doncaster Racecourse this weekend.
Stallholders from all over the UK will be attending the popular antique fair in search of a bargain.
Thousands of items will be on sale, priced through from pennies through to thousands of pounds.
Among the items for sale will be porcelain, china, pottery, glassware, pictures, gold, silver, books, jewellery, costume jewellery, Vintage and Retro goods. Expect collectables, too - like stamps, coins and postcards.
Where: Doncaster Racecourse
When: Sunday, 9.30am to 4.30pm
How Much: Adults £3.50 and £3 OAPs
Contact: Doncaster Racecourse