Posted: 18.11.21 at 16:26 by Tim Lethaby
As more and more events are being organised locally, Nub News is launching a new weekly round up of what's on in Street each weekend.
Every Thursday we will now bring you our top picks of the events in our What's On section for the coming weekend.
And don't forget, if your business or organisation is running an event, you can advertise it for free with Street Nub News.
Simply follow this link to our What's On section and click the black 'Nub It' button to get started.
Here are our top event picks for the coming days:
Street’s Sparkle Festival will be celebrating local crafters, makers and artisans, supported by home-grown musicians and entertainers. Explore over 80 stalls to find your unique Christmas gifts.
Santa and his Elves will be making an appearance, intermingling with the public throughout the day, an ideal opportunity to grab a selfie with the man himself.
This event is being organised by the Eats Festival Organisation and supported by Street Parish Council.
Filmed live at the magnificent Theatre Royal in London Broadway, this musical theatre classic tells the story of Peggy Sawyer, a talented young performer with stars in her eyes who gets her big break on Broadway.
This is the largest ever staging of the Tony Award winning musical.
Starring national treasure Bonnie Langford as Dorothy Brock and featuring iconic songs 42nd Street, We’re In The Money and Lullaby Of Broadway, this is pure musical magic on the big screen.
On the occasion of the death of its beloved Kansas-born editor Arthur Howitzer, Jr, the staff of The French Dispatch, a widely circulated American magazine based in the French city of Ennuisur-Blasé, convene to write his obituary.
Memories of Howitzer flow into the creation of four stories: a travelogue of the seediest sections of the city itself from The Cycling Reporter; “The Concrete Masterpiece,” about a criminally insane painter, his guard and muse, and his ravenous dealers; “Revisions to a Manifesto,” a chronicle of love and death on the barricades at the height of student revolt; and “The Private Dining Room of the Police Commissioner,” a suspenseful tale of drugs, kidnapping and fine dining.
Starring Benicio Del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson and Anjelica Huston.
For more local events, follow this link to our What’s On page!