Country values and heritage at Epworth
EPWORTH will play host to the 66th annual Agricultural Show on Monday thanks to the organisation of the Epworth and District Agricultural Society.
There will be a free shuttle bus service carrying out continuous circular journeys from Albion Hill, Epworth to the Showground, picking up en-route throughout the day starting at 9.30am and concluding at 4.45pm.
Once again, the show will be flying the flag for the best festivities the region has to offer, with attractions including, show-jumping, dog shows, livestock classes and trade stands.
In addition, there’ll be live music, vintage cars, a horticultural tent and various competitions throughout the day, as well as the beer tent boasting a range of real ales and ciders and live entertainment, for visitors to enjoy.
WHERE: Epworth Showground.
HOW MUCH: Adults £6, concessions £4
WEB: Epworth Show
EXPERIENCE the musical journey of American stars, Barry Manilow and Bette Midler in a new show starring a Doncaster mum.
Vanessa Pindori, of Fenwick, will take the Can’t Smile Without You show to the Little Theatre stage on Saturday alongside Jason Lee Howlett, who has recently starred as Frankie Valli in the touring show, Jersey Boys.
Born from a life-long admiration for the world-famous superstars, the show promises to take audiences on a journey through Bette and Barry’s greatest hits.
Professional entertainer Vanessa, currently living in Fishlake, has spent the past 14 years performing - mainly in Tenerife as a stand-up comedy artist, where she lives with husband Ket and two-year-old daughter, Yasmin.
She said: “I decided I want to do this and it was now or never. My husband and I run a travel agency in Tenerife so I’ve left him running that while I take some time out to push this show.
“I’m a huge fan of Bette. This is a great family show and It’s suitable for all the family and we’ve got people coming from all across the country to see it.”
Former High Melton College student Vanessa, 37, has recently performed shows in Blackpool and Southend-on-Sea in Essex.
Morgan Lee Radcliffe, 17, of Braithwaite, and Chloe Parkes, 18, of Wheatley Hills, will star as Barry and Bette’s backing singers.
WHERE: Doncaster Little Theatre
WHEN: Saturday, 2pm and 7.30pm
HOW MUCH: Adults £12, £10 concessions
CONTACT: 01302 340422
TREAT yourself to a day of shopping with St Leger-themed activities laid on for the kids.
Lakeside Village will transform into a hub of fun-filled competitions, workshops and treasure hunts.
Shoppers are invited to try their luck in the exciting Grab a Grand competition, with up to a mammoth £1000s worth of Lakeside Village gift cards and prizes up for grabs!
WHERE: Lakeside Village
WHEN: Monday, 11am to 4pm
HOW Much: Free
WEB: Lakeside Village
More than 300 stalls will pack inside the giant exhibition hall at Doncaster Racecourse a huge antiques fair.
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 militaria, stamps, coins and postcards. WHERE: Doncaster Racecourse
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, 9.30am to 4.30pm
HOW MUCH: £3.50 adults, £3 children
WEB: Doncaster Racecourse
It’s the sixth annual Kevin Parkhouse Family Fun Day on Monday.
The event, held in memory of the former rugby player, will include a Punch and Judy show, children’s entertainer, rides and races, a barbecue, facepainting and a car boot sale.
It aims to raise money for charity at the same time as bringing the community together.
Money raised on the day will go to local good causes with people welcome to put forward suggestions for worthy charities on the day.
WHERE: Ryecroft playing fields, Norton
WHEN: Monday, midday until 4pm