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Events

Maidenhead has lots of events throughout the year for all the family so why not come and enjoy Maidenhead with us!

For more information on town centre events please contact the Maidenhead Town Manager on 01628 796128 or email maidenhead.tm@rbwm.gov.uk

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Who's still open during COVID-19?

Everyone's lives has been hugely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the community has had to adapt to a new normal whilst we try and keep the vulnerable safe and support the NHS.

Whilst many of our local businesses have to remain closed for the timebeing there are many that have been flexible and managed to adapt to still be able to serve the local community.

Through both the Enjoy Maidenhead and Make Maidenhead social media channels we have been promoting these businesses and the faboulous food and produce they have to offer so keep an eye out for all the latest updates on Facebook and Twitter.

We are also widening the reach of Enjoy Maidenhead and covering businesses in Cookham, Holyport and the wider borough.

If we have missed someone please let us know and we would love to add them to our list and support them on social media.

Despite everything that has been happening is has been heartwarming to see the amazing community spirit in and around the borough with hundreds of volunteers supporting our shielded and vulnerable and the wonderful collaboration from local businesses supporting eachother.

If you or someone you know is in need of support then visit the RBWM Community Hub for help

#supportlocal #community #rbwmtogether


Weekly Children's Classes at Norden Farm

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Maidenhead Amphitheatre

Amphitheatre

As part of the regeneration of Maidenhead town centre a new amphitheatre has been created as part of the Chapel Arches development. The Enjoy Maidenhead Team will be developing a programme of events for the space and it will also be available for local groups to book.


St John’s Ensemble plays Mozart

Thu 16-Jul-2020

Miriam AllenThur 16 Jul 7.30pm | £15 per household

A live streamed event from Norden Farm's stage. The ensemble perform a programme of much loved works by Mozart, including the effortlessly lyrical Kegelstatt Trio featuring clarinet and viola, and the dramatic and intense G minor Piano Quartet.

https://norden.farm/events/st-john-s-ensemble-plays-mozart-livestream


Go on a nostalgic trip back to the 80s with The Vinyl Frontier

Tue 21-Jul-2020

Jeff Lloyd 2The Vinyl Frontier heads online once again as Norden Farm Centre for the Arts live streams The Vinyl Frontier: Forgotten 80s from their main stage on Tuesday 21 July at 8pm. Tickets are £6.50 per household.


Alex Garnett (sax)

Fri 24-Jul-2020

Alex Garnett 1Fri 24 Jul 8pm | £15 per household

An evening of jazz, live from the main stage, programmed by the late Pat Kelly and honouring his legacy. Alex's strident, swinging tenor playing is a gem of creative musicianship. He is supported by Alex Hutton (piano), Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums).

https://norden.farm/events/alex-garnett-sax-livestream


Joanna MacGregor (piano)

Tue 11-Aug-2020

Joanna MacGregor (piano)Tues 11 Aug 7.30pm | £15 per household

A live streamed event from Norden Farm. Joanna MacGregor was recently appointed CBE for her wide-ranging services to music. Her brilliantly devised programme takes us through a kaleidoscope of French pieces, dance music by Bach at his most radiant and a colourful array of Latin American music.

https://norden.farm/events/joanna-macgregor-piano-livestream


Art Themen (sax)

Fri 14-Aug-2020

Fri 14 Aug 8pm | £15 per household

An evening of jazz, live from the main stage, programmed by the late Pat Kelly and honouring his legacy. A musician whose style and humour creates great jazz. Supported by an acclaimed rhythm section: Alex Hutton (piano), Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums).

https://norden.farm/events/art-themen-sax-livestream


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