Ulverston Events Calendar

Ulverston late night shopping Christmas 2019

There’s an amazing array of spectacular festivals and events in Ulverston. In addition, there are regular classes, meetings, lectures, clubs, music events, and more, taking place in venues throughout the town and surrounding villages. Ulverston’s biggest Events Calendar lists events of almost any type and size.

Event organisers are free to publish their event details. To register as a user, go to the Manage menu, and select the Register option. There are no restrictions on the type of event, and you can include recurring events, eg. weekly, fortnightly, monthly.

Try our fun quiz on the theme of Ulverston Festivals, and you could win a black bib apron with the ULVERSTON.COM logo embroidered in white. Graham Whalan has kindly offered a copy of his new book “Ulverston Festivals Town” for an additional prize winner. The two winners will be announced during the weekend of the Dickensial Festival. We will publicise the winners on the ULVERSTON.COM facebook page, and will also notify all participants by email.

Dancing in Market Street Ulverston on carnival day.

We’re looking forward to...

42nd Street – National Theatre in Cinemas

When revered Broadway director Julian Marsh falls on hard times with both his health and his finances, he helms an ambitious musical as a final production before his retirement. His lead actress, Dorothy Brock, is torn between two loves–the show’s wealthy backer, Abner Dillon, and the earnest but penniless actor Pat Denning –while aspiring young performer Peggy Sawyer waits in

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Dickensian Festival

One of Ulverston’s oldest and best loved festivals. Signals the start of the Christmas period with buskers, hot chestnuts, mulled wine, and lots of people dressed up in Victorian costumes. A lovely family event.

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Ulverston is a Great Place to Live

Many people volunteer their time and skills generously and inconspicuously, to enable the myriad of activities to take place that enrich people’s lives. For example, youth organisation leaders, athletics coaches, carers, councillors, and so on. Some of the activities listed in our Events Calendar provide a lifeline for members of our community who may otherwise have limited opportunities for social interactions, which are essential for their mental health and well-being. Through the continuing efforts and generosity of caring people, Ulverston is more than just a Festivals Town, it’s also a great place to live.