Friday, October 07, 2022


There will be an early start to weekend events in Brigg tonight (Friday, October 7).
Two Far Cajon will be playing at the Vault Bar, and there will be karaoke (hosted by Shaun) at the Woolpack on the opposite side of the Market Place.
Singer Jacqui Copling will be making a welcome return to the Woolpack on Saturday night (October 8th). She's pictured, above right, at the Woolie during a previous appearance.
Ashley James will be live at The Vault from 8.30pm on Saturday.
Brigg Town Football Club's licensed Hawthorns venue will have The Gas Band (pictured) playing hits from many stars on Saturday from 8pm.
As with other gigs, there's no admission charge.
The Millfield licensed venue at Castlethorpe will be hosting a Wedding Fayre on Saturday from noon to 4pm. This bar and restaurant, which launched in April, occupies the former Arties Mill premises which have been refurbished.
Brigg Town Cricket Club will holding its annual presentation night at the Black Bull, Wrawby Street, on Saturday, from 6.30pm.
There will be a free-to-enjoy disco & karaoke at the Dying Gladiator, Bigby Street, tomorrow night until late.
Well-known vocalist Gray Hodgson will be performing an evening gig at the Red Lion in Broughton on Saturday evening.

Brigg & District Servicemen's Club now has tickets on sale from the bar for a 1980s Spectacular Night at the Coney Court venue on Saturday, October 15 - featuring the group Scoundrel Days, plus disco. Admission costs £3.50p.

Keep an eye out for special offers while shopping in Brigg between October 8 and 22 during the Totally Locally Fiver Fest. Among outlets taking part will be the Rabbit Hole Bookshop, in the Market Place, which has some volumes available for a fiver!

Brigg Heritage Centre, located in the town centre's Angel building, will be hosting a craft workshop on Saturday 8th from 10am to 12.30pm.

Brigg Market will be operating on Saturday, from 8am, with fruit & veg, flowers and fish among items available. There will also be an arts and craft market in the town centre.