Ballet at its best in Southwell this month

It’s one of the best-known, best-loved tales of all time and with Christmas just around the corner, Cinderella‘s on plenty of theatre programmes when it comes to pantos…

But if ballet’s more up your street, you’ll definitely want to hear what Christina Phillips-Kelly has to say when she joins June on this week’s Girls Around Town!

Postponed for a couple of years because of Covid lockdowns, The Studio at Averham‘s production of this beautiful ballet comes to the stage at Southwell Minster School Theatre at 5.30pm on Saturday 17 December and 2.30pm on Sunday 18 December.

Packed full of fun, dance and laughter, it’s the perfect opportunity to for you and your family to enjoy watching the children perform as mice and butterflies while Cinderella pirouettes en pointe!

Tickets are on sale now, priced £12 for adults, £6 for children and £8 for concessions but it’s no surprise to learn that they’re selling fast…

So make sure you call The Studio at Averham directly on 07510 666517 or email your order to soon to get yours.

And don’t forget to Put On Your Sunday Best by tuning into 107.8FM or listening on the apps, on Alexa or online from just after 10am this weekend to hear Christina’s report on how the preparations for those two special days have been going since she was last on air with June a few weeks ago…

Catching up with Susi and Josh

If you missed yesterday morning’s show, when Susi Wright and Joshua Haith joined June with the latest news of the Six Million White Roses exhibition in The Buttermarket, here’s a chance to find out what they both had to say…

An exhibition not to be missed here in Newark

Have you visited the amazing new exhibition in Newark town centre yet?

Brought to The Buttermarket by Susi Wright and Lynne Whitfield, SIX MILLION WHITE ROSES opened to the public on Saturday 5 November following a Private Viewing on Friday 4 November

And Susi will be joining June on air again in the second hour of this week’s Girls Around Town, along with one of the featured artists Joshua Haith, to share all the latest news about the event and the stunning artwork on display.

Inspired by the white rose Memorial Gardens of the National Holocaust Centre and Museum in Laxton, the exhbition is in remembrance of the six million Jews murdered in the holocaust, with paintings, ceramics, jewellery, glass and sculptures produced by some 40 artists on display and on sale in the ground floor Gallery Space of The Buttermarket.

Admission is free and the doors will be open to the public from 10am to 3.30pm daily excluding Sundays until Saturday 26 November.

Don’t forget to Put On Your Sunday Best between 10am and 12 noon, whether it’s on 107.8FM, on the free Radio Newark apps, on Alexa or online, to hear what they both have to say about the exhibition and find out more about Joshua’s own work and his exciting plans for the coming weeks and months…

And in the meantime, if you haven’t already done so make sure you remember to drop into The Buttermarket in the next couple of weeks to see for yourself the outstanding work produced by all of those artists and makers!