Harwich Museum Quiz Night.

Join Harwich library with their monthly quiz Thursday 14th March 2024 at the United Services Club Barrack Ln, Harwich CO12 3NS starts at 7:30PM.

Family Fun Day.

Join Tendring District Council on Saturday, 30th March, from 10:00am to 4:00pm at Orwell Place Event Space/ Car Park, 105 High Street, Harwich, CO12 3AT, for a family fun day filled with laughter, games, and entertainment.

The event, funded by the High Street Accelerator Fund and presented to you by the High Street Partnership, promises a great time with engaging activities and captivating entertainment throughout the day. Mark your calendars, bring your friends, and prepare for a memorable event where you can meet new people and create lasting memories.


Tom Kitching ‘Where There’s Brass’

Tom Kitching ‘Where There’s Brass’  Sunday 16th 2024 at Harwich Arts & Heritage Centre Main Road Harwich, Essex CO12 4AJ. 2PM – 4PM

Author and musician Tom Kitching launches his new book and album, ‘Where There’s Brass’, with a special storytelling and music concert tour.

Documenting six months living in the London waterways community, making the long journey across England from Manchester on a traditional narrowboat built in 1937, ‘Where There’s Brass’ tells the story of the contemporary London water ways; a floating slum at worst, a bohemian, alternative, vibrant community at best.

Free Video Game Making in Harwich.

Join Signals and create your own unique 2D game! April 4th 2024 3PM – 5PM.

You will choose your own characters, sound effects and backgrounds while you experiment with game design and learn coding software. Expert tutors will help you to explore and come up with game ideas and then show you how to use the software to bring these ideas to life.


The Spiderz Band Presents: The World of David Bowie

The Spiderz Band present ‘The World of David Bowie’

March 14th 2024 at 8PM.

The Spiderz Band comprises a core of five local ‘lads’ who have, more or less, known each other for more years than they care to admit.

Whilst they play general covers they specialise in the works of David Bowie, occasionally with other near-local musicians. These ‘guests’ usually wake up chained in a cellar with a sore head and are instructed to learn various songs. The band pride themselves in keeping alive the old tradition of press-ganging – a popular recruitment technique in sea ports historically.