Nearby: Newark-on-Trent


Stray’s is ‘a family-owned and run business in the heart of Newark. Offering great coffee seven days a week, accompanied by a jazz soundtrack all day. Home made breakfasts, lunches, snacks and naughty cakes all week. Live music every Saturday afternoon from 15:30’.

Category:Jazz Clubs
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‘Meet regularly (at least twice a month, see diary) to practice, to jam together, and to experiment with ukes. Anyone can join and all are welcome. There are no auditions or expectations. All you need is a ukulele.’

Category:Ukulele Clubs
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Also indexedNewark Ukuleles
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'We have over 50 members of varying standards, several of whom are professionals/diploma graduates. Over 40 regularly attend rehearsals on Tuesday evenings. Your age is immaterial; we have members who are still at school, right through to those who have retired. We are a friendly group of musicians and whilst taking our music seriously, the emphasis is very much on FUN! ... We have regular concerts booked throughout the year; playing at inside and outside venues (weather permitting)!'

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'The Band's repertoire includes a full spectrum of genres ranging from light popular music through film and operatic works to the more traditional brass band music of times gone by. With a mixture of performances from our many soloists through to full band ensembles Newark Town Band always delivers performances to be remembered. The band "family" includes people from all walks of life and with ages ranging from 13 to 75 years old ... We are always welcoming of both new young talent and experienced players wishing to join us.'

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‘The orchestra was established in 2002 as the idea and inspiration of Catherine Janssens, a Belgian student then studying at the School of Violin Making, and the result of a common wish to develop music at the School ... The Academy’s repertoire and ambitions have continued to expand ever since its formation – not only in the range of pieces it performs, but also for example through invitations to appear with Newark Choral Society, Newark Music Club and at the Newark Festival ... The Violin School students have been augmented by a group of woodwind players, most of whom have studied or are still studying at the Woodwind School, giving the orchestra the opportunity to play major symphonic works in addition to its core string repertoire ... The School’s cultural diversity is reflected in the Academy’s membership, which has included players from Britain, France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. And of course there are also members from the Newark area as well as teachers from the Violin School.’

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‘Built in the 1920s, it has been both a theatre and a picture house over the years. With 600 seats split over two levels, eight exclusive boxes, and dedicated spaces for wheelchair users, the Palace plays host to more than 150 live productions every year, covering everything from ballet to drama, children's shows to comedy, and not forgetting its hugely successful annual pantomime.’

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