Elmesthorpe Village Hall
Elmesthorpe Village Hall
Elmesthorpe Village Hall - Voted The Best Village Hall In Leicestershire 2012
Elmesthorpe Village Hall - Voted The Best Village Hall In Leicestershire 2012


*** 2018 Events***

Saturday 20th October 7.30 pm  - Old Time Music Hall

Come along and enjoy the many varied delights of the music hall. Thrill to the tale of "The Spaniard That Blighted My Life", laugh at " When Father Painted The Parlour", have a nibble on "A Little Bit Of Cucumber", and enjoy a good feed of "Boiled Beef and Carrots" as Keith Minshull and Guy Rowland take you on a trip down memory lane. Keith and Guy have been performing together for over twenty years, and their love of this repertoire ensures that you`re in for an evening to remember. All your favoutite songs and choruses, not to mention the legendary tale of "The Lion and Albert". Come and have a drink "Down at the Old Bull and Bush" with those convivial fellows "Burlington Bertie " and "Champagne Charlie" - you`ll love it!!


Charity Supporting: Earl Shilton Drug Education


Entry Ticket Only


Tickets £10.00    Bring your own drinks


For tickets contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203

Friday 3oth November 7.30 pm - Charles Hanson Antiques Evening

In almost twenty years as an auctioneer, Charles has conducted more than 200 auctions, selling in excess of some 300,000 lots in the three years at his dedicated auction centre, for a total sum in excess of £10,000,000. A highlight of his career on the rostrum was bringing the hammer down on the sale of a Chinese Qianlong vase at £300,000, the highest price paid at Hansons Auctioneers thus far.


Charles has auctioned works of art from a number of historical collections; pieces including those of the Right Honourable Mr Richard Curzon of Kedleston Hall, and also from Sudbury Hall in Derbyshire. Further interesting and unusual sales have been Queen Victoria’s bloomers at £5,000, a Lord Nelson letter at a world record price of £52,000, and an oak collection of furniture which realised in excess of £180,000, following all of that with a rare diamond ring from a Scottish Castle which realised £92,000 in December 2014.


Charles is also a much sought after auctioneer of high profile national and international charity auctions and throughout his career has conducted over 150 such sales, helping to raise in excess of £4,000,000 for charitable causes such as Childline,  Asthma UK, The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and Children in Need, along with Take That’s Gary Barlow. In 2002 Charles was chosen to become an expert on BBC One’s Bargain Hunt with whom he continues to film, and also appearing on every series of the BBC’s Antiques Roadtrip, and Flog It! Hansons Auctioneers established in 2005 and is now a thriving success in Etwall, Derbyshire.


Entry Ticket Only


Tickets £10.00 (Include Cheese & Wine)

Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203

Friday 7th December 8.00 pm - Wigston Brass Band

The history of The Wigston Band can be traced back to the nineteenth century, when it was originally founded as 'The Wesleyan Mission Band'. In 1902, the band changed its name to 'The Wigston Temperance Band' and again in the 1980s, dropping the word ‘Temperance’, many believe due to the drinking habits of its members!

Since then The Wigston Band Organisation has gone from strength to strength, now including three bands. The Horizon Band is for our very beginners where we provide instruments, quality teaching and encouragement to our younger players who are just starting out. The intermediate band within the organisation is called The Enterprise Band which is for members who have been playing a little longer and for those who enjoy a little more challenge. Both of these bands enjoy performing in the community, especially showing off the progress they have made at charity fundraising events.

Finally, The Wigston Band itself is the senior group within the organisation. Today, the band works hard within the community, performing many concerts and raising money for good causes, as well as teaching youngsters basic musical skills. The senior band enjoys performing and contesting to a high level, especially enjoying a trip to The National Brass Band Championships in 2013.  Currently having a playing strength of around 30 players with ages ranging from thirteen to ‘seventy something’, the band enjoys a mixture of fun, hard work and friendship whilst making wonderful music. All members really enjoy playing within such a family orientated environment as well as going out in public to play a wide range of musical genres, anything from jazz to classical, pop to Christmas carols! We hope you enjoy listening to our efforts here!


Entry Ticket Only


Tickets £10.00


Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203

Monday 31st December  7.30 pm - New Year`s Eve Party

No need to be on your own this New Years Eve come along to Elmesthorpe village hall for a great social evening with lots of games, music, dancing and lot`s of fun.

This party is an "American Supper" so bring along some food to share, oh and bring your own drinks.

You will be made very welcome and will have a great fun night seeing in the New Year.

As well as having fun we will be raising funds for charity


Entry is ticket only and tickets cost £6.00.  Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203. 

*** 2019 Events ***

  • Saturday 19th January - Quiz & Fish `N Chips


  • Saturday 16th February - Bosco Beret Cajun Music & Dance


  • Saturday 16th March - Ian Highland Country Band


  • Saturday 13th April - Buddy Holly Tribute Rock n Roll Show


  • Saturday 18th May -  Plant & Craft Sale


  • Saturday 15th June - Cliff Richard Tribute


  • Saturday 20th July - Hog Roast & Barn Dance


  • Saturday 21st September - Red Hot Ukulele Duo


  • Saturday 19th October - Houghton Weavers Folk Group


  • Saturday 16th November - Spirit of The Sixties Band


  • Friday 6th December - Wigston Brass Band


  • Tuesday 31st December - New Years Eve Party

Coming Soon !

Saturday 20th October 7.30 pm - Old Time Music Hall

Check out the weekly classes and meetings that take place in the village hall.

Click on Whats On and Events at the top of the page.

Charities we have supported

To date over 80 charities have benefited from the fund raising activities of EVFA

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