Ware Dickensian Evening 2017

Ware is all set for a Dickensian Evening on Friday December 1, 2017. Come along and enjoy the evening's festivities with your family and friends.

Last year, it is estimated more than 10,000 people attended the event and this year we expect it to be the biggest and best yet!

All the roads in the town centre will be closed and traffic diversions will be in place from 6.00 - 10.00pm for all the festivities to start.

The areas that will be closed include Amwell End for stallholders and Thomas Birch's funfair, the High Street, Baldock Street, Church Street, East Street and West Street.

Entertainment of all types for children and adults will all add to the fun in Baldock Street, the High Street and Amwell End, as well as six indoor venues and many of the town’s shops open for the evening and serving goodies.

The town’s charities and clubs will line Tudor Square, live music will be playing throughout the evening and let’s not forget the turning on of the mighty horse-chestnut tree in Tudor Square by the Mayor!

Entertainment for the evening is being booked and will be confirmed closer to the date, we hope to welcome back many of our previous performers and some new groups too, so keep your eye peeled for updates!

A number of unique craft markets will be dotted around the town in Place House, Bluecoat Yard, and 40 stalls in the Drill Hall and the Hertfordshire WI Country market of produce and food in the Priory Hall. Warm yourself up in the nice warm café in the Drill Hall, grab a refreshment in St Mary’s Church or head to the many pubs and restaurants in Ware who will open their doors for the evening!

Stay tuned for more exciting additions to this years Dickensian Evening, bring your family and friends along for what is guaranteed to be an enjoyable night for everyone!

For further information about the event in general, please contact Rebecca Wing:

By phone: 07939458977
By e-mail:dickensianemails@gmail.com
Or by visiting and liking our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/waredickensianevening

21 August 2017