Events at Worksop Library

by | 12 May 2022 | Community facility, Heritage, Music, Worksop

Heritage Talk: The Best of Bassetlaw

Join local historian and author Adrian Gray on Wednesday 18th May at 2.00pm to discover ‘The Best of Bassetlaw’ – this month’s heritage talk at Worksop Library. Bassetlaw is an interesting but often overlooked area covering north Nottinghamshire. It contains stately homes, historic villages and a large section of the Trent valley. Adrian’s talk brings together some of the most interesting places in the historic landscape of this area – great scenery, romantic old houses and stories of the people who lived there.

This is expected to be a popular talk so please book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are £3.00 and can be purchased online at, in person at the library or by phone on 01623 677200.

Jazz Steps Live

This month’s Jazz Steps Live at the Library presents ‘Trish Clowes: My Iris’ on Tuesday 17th May at 7.30pm to 9.30pm. My Iris is an intense and thrilling band, gaining reviews such as “…an awesome foursome… impeccable playing” from The Guardian. Lauded for her imaginative approach to improvisation and composition, saxophonist Trish Clowes provides her bandmates with a unique platform for individual expression. This quartet is in the front rank of the contemporary UK jazz scene.
Tickets can be purchased for £12.00 online at, in person at the library or by phone on 01623 677200.