Kim Wilde: Greatest Hits Tour

Adrian Oates

Following the Worldwide success of Here Come The Aliens and the recent live album Aliens Live, Kim Wilde and her incredible band are heading back on the road in 2020 with Kim’s Greatest Hits Tour. Featuring hit singles from 1981 to 2020, this will be an unmissable event not only for Kim Wilde fans, but also for fans of the 80s. Featuring classics such as Kids In … Read More

The Everly Brothers & Friends Tribute Show

Adrian Oates

The Temple Brothers, officially the UKs No.1 Tribute to The Everly Brothers as voted for by the National Tribute Music Awards 2017 are proud to announce the return of their Theatre Show, produced by themselves. The show is dedicated to the music of one of the greatest harmony duo’s the Everly Brothers. Just as the Everly Brothers were the Temple Brothers are real life brothers, their harmonies are unlike anything … Read More

St Matthew’s Church

Adrian Oates

The building was designed by a local architect, Matthew Henry Holding (1846-1910) in 13th century Gothic style. The foundation stone was laid on St Matthew’s Day in 1891 and the church was dedicated in 1893 on St Matthew’s Day, 21 September. Father Walter Hussey second vicar at St Matthew’s commissioned, an outstanding succession of fine works of art. Moore’s sculpture … Read More

Hunsbury Iron Age Hill Fort

Adrian Oates

Hunsbury Iron Age Hill Fort dates back to between the 7th and 4th centuries BC. The internal rampart at Hunsbury appears to have been burnt down and vitrified – such forts are rare in England. Hunsbury Iron Age hill fort can be found in the middle of Hunsbury Hill Country Park. It is a scheduled monument currently on the “at … Read More

Northampton Classic Bus Rally and Running Day

Adrian Oates

A display of classic buses on the Market Square and regular FREE bus services using classic buses and coaches running from Drapery on routes in Northampton and the surrounding area. There will also be some sales stalls with transport related items. A selection of classic local and regional buses and coaches will be on display, some of which will run … Read More

Crusader Community Boating – River Nene

Adrian Oates

Discover the River Nene in Northampton on a two hour boat trip. The river trip will be on 17th & 18th September and will start from Becketts Park in Northampton town centre running both up and down stream. This trip has full access for wheelchair users. This event is not suitable for very young children. Well behaved owners with pets … Read More

A Celebration of Father Ted

Adrian Oates

Join us in celebrating one of the greatest sitcoms ever made, as we welcome renowned stand-up Joe Rooney for a night of all things Father Ted! Joe featured as the rebellious Father Damo in the classic Father Ted episode The Old Grey Whistle Theft, leading Dougal astray with his earring, cigarette smoking and bad-boy attitude. Joe will host a screening of the episode, take you behind … Read More

The Old Savoy – The home of The Deco Theatre

Adrian Oates

The Deco Theatre, Northampton’s hidden gem, is host to a wide variety of shows, the Christmas pantomime, and many training events. Over recent years the theatre has thoroughly re-established itself and continues to grow from strength to strength. The Building first opened on Saturday 2 May 1936 in a blaze of publicity as “the Savoy”, described as “Northampton’s only super … Read More

St Matthew’s Church

Adrian Oates

The building was designed by a local architect, Matthew Henry Holding (1846-1910) in 13th century Gothic style. The foundation stone was laid on St Matthew’s Day in 1891 and the church was dedicated in 1893 on St Matthew’s Day, 21 September. Father Walter Hussey second vicar at St Matthew’s commissioned, an outstanding succession of fine works of art. Moore’s sculpture … Read More

Hunsbury Iron Age Hill Fort

Adrian Oates

Hunsbury Iron Age Hill Fort dates back to between the 7th and 4th centuries BC. The internal rampart at Hunsbury appears to have been burnt down and vitrified – such forts are rare in England. Hunsbury Iron Age hill fort can be found in the middle of Hunsbury Hill Country Park. It is a scheduled monument currently on the “at … Read More