Since last year was good fun and i've remembered to check early this year:http://www.enjoywarwick.co.uk/events-and-whats-on/warwick-victorian-evening/view-details.html
Warwick’s celebrated Victorian Christmas Evening takes place on Thursday 28th November from 5pm to 9pm.
BBC Coventry and Warwickshire will host a packed programme of entertainment on stage in the Market Place where Father Christmas will help the Mayor of Warwick switch the town’s Christmas lights on at 7pm.
There will be attractions throughout the town centre including a traditional carousel, a horse and carriage, craft demonstrations, birds of prey, ferret racing, traction engines, children’s rides and an auction.
A lantern procession from St Mary’s Church will provide a colourful highlight just before the lights switch-on. Craft, charity and festive food stalls will wind through Swan Street, Market Street and the Market Place.
Shopkeepers and stallholders will be in period costume and visitors are encouraged to enter the Best Dressed Victorian Competition.
Both the best dressed man and the best dressed woman will receive a meal voucher at The Rose and Crown.