What's going on in Clacton for November




We have rounded up some of the brilliant events coming to Clacton in November.

This is a few that we are really looking forward to!  Do you have any you'd like to share with us?  Tweet them to us at @Clactonhaart.


Firework display - 5th November
What would Clacton be without the awesome firework display at Clacton Pier.  This is a free event - the fireworks are usually set off between 8-9pm.  Take a look here.  


Christmas Pottery Painting - Wednesday 8th November
What a wonderful idea to give a personal gift this Christmas!  Drop into Jennie's Gift at 62 Station Road, Clacton on Sea between 2.30-4.30pm and choose from a variety of items to paint.  Find out more here.  


Victorian Christmas Market - Saturday 12th November
Father Christmas, cards, decorations, gift ideas, candles, food and stocking fillers - what more could we want from a Christmas market?  This event is run by the Community Voluntary Services Tendring, and will be held on Saturday 12th November 2016 from 9.30am at the Town Hall on Station Road.  Tickets are only £1 and free for children.   Find out more on their twitter page @CVSTendring or their facebook page


Circus of Horrors - Saturday 19th November
Celebrating it's 21st birthday, this production brings it's latest incarnation 'The Never-ending Nightmare'.  This event combines bizarre, brave yet beautiful acts.  Find out more by clicking here.  


Christmas Memories - Wednesday 23rd November
Neil Sands and his west end cast with a 2016 Christmas Production of Christmas songs and carols along with some great festive fun!  This takes place at 2pm at the Princes Theatre, Town Hall, Station Road.   Find out more about the event including contact details here.  


Snow White: Vienna Festival Ballet - Friday 25th November
Instead of the pantomime, perhaps the family would like something different?  This is a new production of the enchanting fairy tale of Snow White and her journey though a poisoned apple, magic mirror and evil queen.  Book your tickets today.  


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