Annual General Meeting Tuesday 7th April 2020 at 7pm followed by a General Meeting.
(which are held each quarter)
Venue - Windmill Comunity Church Centre.
(Next to Lidl at Finchfield, previously called St Thomas's Church WV3 9AA.)
Thursday 20th August 2020. 7.30 pm
Following their amazing performance of "Redcoats" last year, we are delighted to announce a return of the fantastic
Mikron Theatre Goup to Bantock Park, with their latest comedy creation "A Dogs Tail" - a hilarious take on Crufts dog show through the ages. This is a "Must See" for everyone who has a canine friend.
This will be an outdoor event, staged in the old tennis courts at Bantock Park, so bring your own chair / blanket, picnic, and
bottle of wine and enjoy an evening of unique entertainment only Mikron can deliver.
There is no charge to enter, however there will be a voluntary collection at the end of the evening.
Click here for Bantock Park events WOLVERHAMPTON ARTS & CULTURE page
24th July 2019
A production of the family friendly show 'Redcoats' performed by the Mikron Theatre Company with the help of Creative Black Country and the Arts Council performed outdoors on the old tennis court.at Bantock Park at which there were guest appearances from Marlene Dietrich, Gracie Fields and Laurel and Hardy
29th October 2017
Girl Shy (1924) - Film with live piano accompaniment - Sunday 29th October 2017. Bantock Park Tractor Shed 4.30pm-5.50pm. A great of the silent era, Harold Lloyd stars in one of the most important and influential films of all time.
29th July 2017
Lala Land film at Bantock Park - Click here for flyer
Summer at Bantock Park - Click here for flyer
1st July 2017
Our 4th. Annual canal cruise was held on Saturday 1st July, departing Wildside centre, Whitmore Reans Sat 4.00 pm, to The Fox & Anchor, Coven. The private dining area was booked. Complimentary drink on outwards journey, coffee and mints on return journey. Tickets limited to 25 cost £10.00 ea., and no concessions.
12th November 2016
Our 3rd annual Barn Dance was held on the 12th November, in the Performance Space at Bantock House Museum. Music was provided by The New Corona Band, There was a licensed bar, and food provided.
3rd and 4th September 2016
Our friends at Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society (WARS) taking part in the 1940's themed week-end activities at Bantock Museum. There was a range of Ham Radio equipment on view, and club members were operating various types. There was a demonstrations of sending messages in morse code, and voice contacts made with other amateurs in the UK, and world wide. Visitors were able to "send a message" and information on how to take up this interesting hobby was available.