Following the guidance from the Government, all the events and activities we have organised have been postponed until further notice.
Christmas is far from cancelled in Mansfield! We're working with partners to bring festive cheer to town in the form of a Secret Santa Appeal, bauble sponsorship and online Festive Festival.
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Your guide to What’s On! Whether you’re looking for something to do on a rainy day, something for the whole family or some star-studded entertainment, our events calendar has it all.
Mansfield has a whole host of top quality family attractions including four leisure centres, the prestigious Mansfield Museum and the Mansfield Palace Theatre which offers high quality entertainment for excellent value for money.
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Please note, our events calendar is currently disabled as events have been cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Mansfield Palace Theatre
The Mansfield Palace Theatre presents a wide range of high quality entertainment across all genres for excellent value for money.
With over 100,000 visitors a year, the theatre is an accessible focal point for the entire local community and the surrounding area.
Tickets sell fast, so make sure you book yours early!
Mansfield Museum, a facility provided by Mansfield District Council, has developed for over a century to position itself at the heart of the local community.
Through a host of services, from exhibitions and talks, to school sessions and special events, it occupies a unique space, reflecting the cultural and social needs of the district.
Whilst having partnerships with local groups, the Museum is a place for families to enjoy, with exhibitions and fun activities for children – it is a true gem of the district.
Mansfield combines the convenience of city living and outdoor lifestyle. By day the centre of town hosts market trading, high street stores and a wide selection of independent shops along with plenty of out of town retail parks. By night there’s a busy evening economy comprising of wine bars, pubs and clubs.
The district offers visitors an ideal hub to explore Nottinghamshire with the famous Sherwood Forest just a stone’s throw away with popular family and heritage attractions within a 20 minute drive time.