Sheep will be the star attraction of Superbrocante event in South Leamington

The Sheep Show
The Sheep Show
  • Leamington’s Old Town will host a Superbrocante event on Sunday April 26
  • The event will ibclude a classic car show and The Sheep Show
  • Stalls are still available to be booked by sellers

Classic cars and an educational show starring sheep will be among the attractions at a big family event in Old Town this month.

Court Street and its car park will be used to host the Supebrocante - a larger version of the street markets which became a regular event in the South of Leamington last year - on Sunday April 26 from 9am to 2pm .

This will include a classic car show featuring an E-Type Jaguar, a mini farmers’ market and the headline attraction the Sheep Show.

Jeremy Ireland, project leader for the Mary Portas Bid Old Town team, said: “A sheep will be led down the Old Drovers path from the Spa Centre, along the path through Jephson Gardens and over the Mill Bridge, and past Satchwell Court.

“This marks the site of the path that led animals from as far as Wales, past Satchwell Court, one of the area’s oldest buildings, to a market now in Court Street, but roughly where the historic market was held in pre-Regency times, where High Street meets Bath Street.

“Children and Families are welcome to follow along and find their way to the Sheep Show using the sheep as their guide.”

Children and Families are welcome to follow along and find their way to the Sheep Show using the sheep as their guide

Jeremy Ireland

The Sheep Show is a humorous award-winning educational live stage show about sheep and wool.

Other attractions will include the usual brocante with specialist vintage, antiques, declutter and retro/industrial market, stalls for Old Town food sellers, artisan and arts stalls and the official opening of Hillbillys - a retro emporium at the Creative Arches.

Leamington Music has booked the saxophone quartet Kaleidoscope to play at the Music and Picnic in the Park event in Old Town next month.

The event will take place at the churchyard at All Saints’ church in Victoria Terrace on Saturday May 16.

Trained at top UK conservatoires including the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal Northern College of Music, the quartet mixes high profile performances at venues such as the Wigmore Hall and Purcell Room with multimedia performances, new music concerts and recitals.

Uncovered brocante pitches cost £8 or £12 for two.

Covered Stalls are £25.

To book a stall or for more information visit