If you are looking for things to do this weekend, check out our listings guide for what’s going on. Here’s some stuff we’ve picked out.
Until 21 Jul
Oh It Could Be So Much Worse! Colonnade House. Mixed-media art exhibition of thoughts on prayer tablets, exploring ideas of who and what we are.
Fri 19 Jul
Smokestack 8pm. Wax Cactus. For those who love the blues, it doesn’t get much more authentic than this.
Short Stories, Tall Tales 11.30am. Ropetackle (SHM). Hannah Summers brings classic and modern stories to life through live performance and interactive, creative play.
Sat 20 – Sun 21 Jul
Worthing Lions Festival 9.30am. Steven’s Fun Fair and the Charity Market (Sun) begin the celebrations.
Climate Conversations Various times & events. Colonnade House. A space for people to ask and find out anything about climate change and its potential impacts.
Sat 20 Jul
Radio Charity Gig 7.30pm. St Paul’s. Seaside hospital radio present this gig, featuring bands such as; Coyote Country, Ken Burton, The Duck Pond Sailors and more.
Sun 21 Jul
Plastic Free Worthing Clean Up 10am. Victoria Park. Find out more about Plastic Free Worthing and also clean our town of single use plastic.
The WOW Wheel is also available to ride! No booking required, buy your tickets when you get there.
Here & Now magazine is your essential guide to what’s going on, there’s more listings here. Pick up your copy from locations all around Worthing, including Artisan Cafe (SHM), Lancing Community Centre or Tesco Extra, Holmbush.
What are you up to?
We asked Tyler, who took the beautiful picture of the WOW wheel above, what he’s got planned this weekend.
“The Worthing Lions Festival is down on the seafront this weekend, so you will see me there with my camera and one of my best friends, Bruno, the South African Mastiff!”
Whatever you’re doing, have a fab weekend and share your snaps using #hereandnowmag. You may find your picture in the magazine!
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