January Events in Berkshire
9th to 30th January – Basildon Park – Lift the January Blues
10am to 3pm
There are lots of January events in Berkshire that you can enjoy including this great trail to explore in Basildon Park. Blow away the cobwebs with a motivational trail around the 400 acre historic parkland as you get ready for the year ahead. Take a tour around the Georgian Manor that was lovingly restored by Lord and Lady Iliffe in the mid 1950s. And why not treat yourself to a cream tea and experience the nostalgia of their 1950s kitchen?
Suitable for all ages. Normal Admission Charges Apply.
23rd January – Lee Nelson – Suited and Booted at New Greenham Arts
National tour warm-up – 7.30pm
Lee Nelson is back with a brand new show and will be warming up for us highly anticipated nationwide tour with a series of intimate gigs! He’s hosted Live at the Apollo and you may have caught him trying to join the England Squad as Premier League footballer Jason Bent.
“Never lost for words, never less than ingenious. . . a seamlessly entertaining touring show” The Times.
Tickets – £15
25th January – WSET Level 1 Award in Wine at The Vineyard
9.30 to 5pm
Improve your wine knowledge with this informative and fun January event in Berkshire. Learn all about wine and gain an internationally recognised qualification in one day. Plus, enjoy a three course lunch with matching wines. This course is suitable for anyone who has an interest in wine and would like to know more about the different wine styles, food and wine pairing, and the correct way to store and serve wine.
£199 per person
Please contact us on 01635 589407 to book and for further details see our website
25th January – Bolshoi Live – Swan Lake at the Corn Exchange
This is a not to be missed January event in Berkshire. Live and Encore performances by the Bolshoi Ballet on screen at the Corn Exchange direct from Moscow. Swan Lake tells the tragic love story of Princess Odette and Prince Siegfried. With Tchaikovsky’s famous, lyrical score, Swan Lake depicts the tragic love between Princess Odette and Prince Siegfried, and will no doubt be performed to perfection by the unparalleled virtuosity of Russia’s great Bolshoi Ballet. This universal and enchanting masterpiece of love, deception and drama is a must.
Tickets from £12