The List

Here is the ESP line-up for gigs and events in and around your local area. If your gig or event isn’t here and you would like it to be, simply email gigs@espmag.co.uk with the name, venue and address and we’ll check it out.

14 Oct

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

MARK BISHOP
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


15 Oct

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

PSYCHIC SALLY
The Cresset, Bretton

World renowned psychic, television and theatre star and the UK’s favourite award-winning medium Sally Morgan is back and better than ever with her phenomenal interactive 10 Years and Counting show. Tickets £26 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

OPEN MIC WITH ANNA
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate
OPEN MIC WITH STEVE & PHIL Q
The Boat Inn, Whittlesey


16 Oct

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

RESPECT: THE ARETHA FRANKLIN SONGBOOK
The Cresset, Bretton

RESPECT – The Aretha Franklin Songbook is an amazing live concert that celebrates the life and music of the Queen of Soul! Featuring sensational lead vocals from Cleopatra Higgins, Tanya Edwards and Cleo Stewart accompanied by the Urban Soul Band and Gospel Choir. Tickets £25 on 01733 265705.

THEATRE: THE IMMIGRANT
Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary\'s Street

A hilarious and heart-warming slapstick comedy inspired by Charlie Chaplin’s original film. This delightful show tells the story of people starting a new life in a strange place. Based on hundreds of accounts of what it is like to come to live in an unfamiliar culture, the show is about the universal experience of trying to fit in when you stand out. Chris Michael has worked as a professional visual comedian all over the UK for nineteen years performing over 4000 shows. Perfect for families with older children, the show is fully accessible for deaf audiences too. Starts at 7.30pm Tickets £12 (£10) £8 on 01780 763203.

LIVE MUSIC

OPEN MIC UNPLUGGED
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford
PAGAN
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


17 Oct

EVENTS

BALLET: ROMEO & JULIET
Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary\'s Street

Critics’ Circle Award winning company, Ballet Cymru, present an extraordinary adaptation of Shakespeare’s masterpiece Romeo and Juliet. Intense fighting, passionate duets and universal themes echo through dramatic and lyrical choreography. Exquisite costumes and extraordinary video projections create a world of danger and excitement where two young lovers are caught in an age old feud. A dynamic and unique collaboration between 3 of Wales’ outstanding arts organisations, Ballet Cymru, Coreo Cymru (Creative Producer for Dance in Wales) and The Riverfront in Newport. Starts at 7.30pm Tickets £14 (£12) on 01780 763203

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

VIENNA FESTIVAL BALLET: SNOW WHITE
The Cresset, Bretton

Join Vienna Festival Ballet on a magical journey with their unmissable production of Snow White! Hip-hopping dwarves help Snow White find her Prince Charming and world-premiere choreography propels this timeless fairytale in an enchanting display of dance and music. Tickets £24.50, over 60s £22, under 16s £18 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

JOHN VERITY (ARGENT)
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford
THE KUT + GUESTS
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
THE PALMY UKE BAND
The Ostrich, North Street


18 Oct

EVENTS

A PINT OF COMEDY
Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary\'s Street

Hugely popular regular comedy nights, live in the Cellar Bar! With some of the UK’s best headline acts, the hilarious Alan Seaman compares. Full details of live acts are available on their website as they are announced. We recommend booking early to avoid disappointment. Starts at 8pm Tickets £7 (includes £1 off first drink voucher) on 01780 763203.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

STAMFORD GROOVE SEN DISCO
Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary\'s Street

An exciting, fun-filled night for adults with disabilities aged 16+, their families and support workers. Stamford Groove is a great opportunity not only to dance to great music with a live DJ, but to socialise and meet new people in a safe place. The Gallery Bar will be open. A quiet zone is provided in a separate room for anyone needing a break from the action. Please note they do not provide one to one support at this event. Wheelchair access is available. 7pm – 9pm Tickets £3.50 – Support Worker free, on 01780 763203.

THE UPBEAT BEATLES
The Cresset, Bretton

The Upbeat Beatles take you through the Fab Four’s long and winding road from the early Cavern days through Beatlemania to Abbey Road, with narrative and full multi-media presentation. They’ll take you on a Magical History Tour and celebrate the songs that changed a generation! Tickets £23.50 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

10 YEARS DEAD
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford
A STORY TO TELL + DEAD REYNOLDS + CALL TO THE FAITHFUL
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
BLACK STAR REVOLUTION
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
GEORGIA AND THE PRISONERS OF JAZZKABAN
When Polly Met Fergie Restaurant, Westgate Arcade
LAST MINUTE BRIGADE
The Burghley, Burghley Road
PORKY PIG
The Ostrich, North Street
THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN
The Crown, Lincoln Road
TOKYO RANKERS
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street


19 Oct

EVENTS

DIWALI FESTIVAL OF LIGHT
Cathedral Square, Peterborough

Expect classical and Bollywood style dancing, music and food at this great event full of Indian culture and festivities. Head to Cathedral Square between 10.30pm and 5pm for this free festival supported by Peterborough City Council. There’ll be traditional Indian costumes a Diwali Bazaar, entertainment and of course plenty of candles and lights.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

23 REASONS
The Ploughman, Werrington
ARC NATION
The Burghley, Burghley Road
BIG PHIL AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
The Ostrich, North Street
CANDY TWIST
Greystones, Sawtry
CIRCA 73
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
DR A
The Blue Boar, Eye
GABY STARBUCK
Fletton Club, Fletton
HUNG LIKE HANRATTY
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
LET\'S FUNK
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
RAMSHACKLE SERENADE
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
REPOSE
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
THE 59ERS
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
THE DEPS
The Peacock, London Road
THE EXPLETIVES
Charters, Town Bridge
THE MIGHTY AND THE HIGH
The Crown, Lincoln Road
THE SOUND INJECTORS
Ebeneezers, Woodston
THE VELTONES
The Brewery Tap, Westgate


20 Oct

EVENTS

EAST OF ENGLAND WEDDING SHOW
East of England Arena and Events Centre, Alwalton

With over 90 exhibitors the East of England Arena will be packed with everything you need to make your wedding the dream event you want so head down between 10.30am and 3pm. Whether you’ve just started your wedding planning or only have a few things left to organise you will find everything you need. With over 90 stands, fashion shows and a goody bag for the first 250 brides this event remains the biggest Wedding Show in the region. Experts from local independent specialists to larger high street retailers will display their products and services. For more information and free tickets visit www.cupidsweddingshows.co.uk.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE SCREENING: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT\'S DREAM
Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary\'s Street

NT Live Screening Shakespeare’s most famous romantic comedy will be captured live from the Bridge Theatre in London. Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones), Oliver Chris (Green Wing, NT Live: Young Marx), David Moorst (NT Live: Allelujah!) and Hammed Animashaun (The Barber Shop Chronicles) lead the cast as Titania, Oberon, Puck and Bottom. Starts at 2pm Tickets £14 (£12) £10 groups and under 26s on 01780 763203.

PUB QUIZ
The Angel Inn, Yarwell

Get your mates together and test your knowledge in this weekly quiz every Sunday.

LIVE MUSIC

CHRIS BOOTH
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
CRAYON ANGELS + CHLOE LORENTZEN + NEIL COUSIN & THE JULIA SOUNDS + STACEY LOWTH
The Glasshouse, Key Theatre
GEORGIA EVANS (3PM)
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate
OPEN MIC NIGHT
The Fayre Spot, Bretton
SCP SAMMY KAY & FRIENDS
The Ostrich, North Street


21 Oct

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

THEATRE: GASLIGHT
New Theatre, Broadway

One of the UK’s best loved actors, Martin Shaw, best known for his TV roles in Judge John Deed and Inspector George Gently, stars in this dramatic thriller. A lost watch, a missing brooch, a displaced picture frame… Tricks of the mind perhaps, but for Bella Manningham everything seems horribly real. Patrick Hamilton’s Gaslight was first staged in 1938, and in 1944 was adapted as a film starring legendary Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton and Charles Boyer. For tickets visit www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992

LIVE MUSIC

LISA HAMMOND
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


22 Oct

EVENTS

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
The Cresset, Bretton

Everyone’s favourite flying car is driving right into Peterborough for a fantasmagorical musical for all the family! Based on the much-loved 1968 film, adapted from Ian Fleming’s novel, PODS is proud to present their truly scrumptious musical production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Tickets £21.50 Concessions £19 Family Tickets Available Box office: 01733 265705

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

THEATRE: GASLIGHT
New Theatre, Broadway

One of the UK’s best loved actors, Martin Shaw, best known for his TV roles in Judge John Deed and Inspector George Gently, stars in this dramatic thriller. A lost watch, a missing brooch, a displaced picture frame… Tricks of the mind perhaps, but for Bella Manningham everything seems horribly real. Patrick Hamilton’s Gaslight was first staged in 1938, and in 1944 was adapted as a film starring legendary Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton and Charles Boyer. For tickets visit www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992

LIVE MUSIC

OPEN MIC WITH ANNA
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


23 Oct

EVENTS

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
The Cresset, Bretton

Everyone’s favourite flying car is driving right into Peterborough for a fantasmagorical musical for all the family! Based on the much-loved 1968 film, adapted from Ian Fleming’s novel, PODS is proud to present their truly scrumptious musical production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Tickets £21.50 Concessions £19 Family Tickets Available Box office: 01733 265705

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

THEATRE: GASLIGHT
New Theatre, Broadway

One of the UK’s best loved actors, Martin Shaw, best known for his TV roles in Judge John Deed and Inspector George Gently, stars in this dramatic thriller. A lost watch, a missing brooch, a displaced picture frame… Tricks of the mind perhaps, but for Bella Manningham everything seems horribly real. Patrick Hamilton’s Gaslight was first staged in 1938, and in 1944 was adapted as a film starring legendary Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton and Charles Boyer. For tickets visit www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992

THEATRE: THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF
South Holland Centre, Spalding

Anyone with kids to entertain this Half Term should look no further than the South Holland Centre in Spalding to get a few ideas. On Wednesday 23 October at 2pm, Tutti Frutti Theatre will present a funny version of the famous cautionary tale The Boy Who Cried Wolf. Inspired by the famous Aesop fable this wonderful live show has a gifted ensemble of actor musicians who play the endearing characters, the hilarious sheep and a scary wolf or two. The show is suitable for children aged 3 and above with their families and tickets are £8 per person, or people can book together as a group of 4+ and get a pound off each ticket. Tickets 8, £7 groups of 4+ Box Office 01775 764777 www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

THEATRE: YOUNG HERBERT\'S HORRORS
Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary\'s Street

Young Herbert’s Horrors a Justin Cole production for ages 4-9. Young Herbert is a little horror. Living on a boat should be the ideal life for a wannabe pirate, but the boat’s grounded until Herbert can learn to tidy his cabin, eat his greens and be more polite. A big storm brews up when Herbert is sent home from school and Mum calls on Great Uncle Albatross - navy captain and scourge of all pirates - to warn him of the dangers of rebellion. But who is Great Uncle Albatross and do his cautionary tales really have the power to make Young Herbert behave? Or will they just give Young Herbert the horrors? Featuring swashbuckling verse, jaunty music, gallows humour and the obligatory parrot, Young Herbert\'s Horrors is Justin Coe\'s brand new spoken word show for children, following the highly popular Big Wow, Small Wonder. Starts at 2.30pm Suitable for ages 4-9 Tickets £8 (£7) £28 family of four on 01780 763203

LIVE MUSIC

ACOUSTIC SESSION WITH DAVE & SHAUN
The Ale House Kitchen, Ramsey
COUNTRY
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate
OPEN MIC UNPLUGGED
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford


24 Oct

EVENTS

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
The Cresset, Bretton

Everyone’s favourite flying car is driving right into Peterborough for a fantasmagorical musical for all the family! Based on the much-loved 1968 film, adapted from Ian Fleming’s novel, PODS is proud to present their truly scrumptious musical production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Tickets £21.50 Concessions £19 Family Tickets Available Box office: 01733 265705

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

ILLUMINATIONS SWITCH ON
Springfields Outlet, Spalding

Musician and star of stage and screen, Martin Kemp, will be the guest of honour at this year’s Springfields Illuminations event. The evening will be hosted by John Marshall and Joseph Begley from Lincs FM with live entertainment from St. Paul’s Community Primary School Choir and Holbeach Town Band. The event is free of charge and starts at 6pm, with all stores, restaurants and cafes open to 9pm. It also sees the start of Springfields Outlet’s winter season of festivities. This includes a Winter Wonderland Walk through Festival Gardens that will be transformed into a seasonal spectacle, decked with dazzling festive lights.

THEATRE: GASLIGHT
New Theatre, Broadway

One of the UK’s best loved actors, Martin Shaw, best known for his TV roles in Judge John Deed and Inspector George Gently, stars in this dramatic thriller. A lost watch, a missing brooch, a displaced picture frame… Tricks of the mind perhaps, but for Bella Manningham everything seems horribly real. Patrick Hamilton’s Gaslight was first staged in 1938, and in 1944 was adapted as a film starring legendary Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton and Charles Boyer. For tickets visit www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992

LIVE MUSIC

THE PALMY UKE BAND
The Limetree, Walton


25 Oct

EVENTS

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
The Cresset, Bretton

Everyone’s favourite flying car is driving right into Peterborough for a fantasmagorical musical for all the family! Based on the much-loved 1968 film, adapted from Ian Fleming’s novel, PODS is proud to present their truly scrumptious musical production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Tickets £21.50 Concessions £19 Family Tickets Available Box office: 01733 265705

CRESSET COMEDY CLUB
The Cresset, Bretton

The Cresset is always on the lookout for rising comic stars and once again their monthly Comedy Club brings you the very best brand new comedians. Come along in October for a fabulously funny night out – get your giggle on! Tickets £14.50 advance, £16.50 on the door on 01733 265705.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

THEATRE: GASLIGHT
New Theatre, Broadway

One of the UK’s best loved actors, Martin Shaw, best known for his TV roles in Judge John Deed and Inspector George Gently, stars in this dramatic thriller. A lost watch, a missing brooch, a displaced picture frame… Tricks of the mind perhaps, but for Bella Manningham everything seems horribly real. Patrick Hamilton’s Gaslight was first staged in 1938, and in 1944 was adapted as a film starring legendary Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton and Charles Boyer. For tickets visit www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992

LIVE MUSIC

ACOUSTIC SESSION WITH THE BOATMEN
The Boat Inn, Whittlesey
ARC NATION
The Burghley, Burghley Road
CANDY TWIST
The Crown, Lincoln Road
DIGGIN FOR DIAMONDS
The Brewery Tap, Westgate
FREAK OUT FRIDAY
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
KINGS & BEARS + THE ULTRAVIOLET + SPHERICAL
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford
LOOSE ROCKET
The Ploughman, Werrington
PCRFM OPEN MIC
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
PHOENIX
The Fayre Spot, Bretton
POLISH RAPPER OSTR
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
RETROLUX
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN
The Ostrich, North Street


26 Oct

EVENTS

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
The Cresset, Bretton

Everyone’s favourite flying car is driving right into Peterborough for a fantasmagorical musical for all the family! Based on the much-loved 1968 film, adapted from Ian Fleming’s novel, PODS is proud to present their truly scrumptious musical production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Tickets £21.50 Concessions £19 Family Tickets Available Box office: 01733 265705

CLUB: ECLECTIC BALLROOM
The Dog House Cocktail Bar, Westgate Arcade

Join DJs Jim & Zed dropping all things funk and disco in one of Peterborough’s coolest venues. Eclectic Ballroom , 9pm, The Dog House Cocktail Bar at 16 Westgate Arcade. Entry free.

CLUB: HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR
The Solstice, Northminster

The Solstice stages another Halloween Weekender with the main event on Saturday 26th October with their Halloween Spooktacular Event. We will be completely dressing the venue up Haunted House style. Throughout the night theye have Dead Stiltwalkers, MASSIVE Dinasour, A Big Surprise in the Coffin + loads more performed across the venue and see them perform around the city streets before the night too! There\'ll be 4 rooms of music with entry FREE before 10.30pm and more after. Strictly Over 20\'s More info: visit www.thesolstice.co.uk

CONCERT: JOOLS HOLLAND
East of England Arena and Events Centre, Alwalton

The Legendary Jools Holland and His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra performing live, supported by the supremely talented Ruby Turner and Eddi Reader. Expect a tremendous collection of Jools’ tunes and other boogie-woogie classics in an unforgettable night out that will have audiences on their feet! For tickets visit www.eastofenglandarena.com.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

THEATRE: GASLIGHT
New Theatre, Broadway

One of the UK’s best loved actors, Martin Shaw, best known for his TV roles in Judge John Deed and Inspector George Gently, stars in this dramatic thriller. A lost watch, a missing brooch, a displaced picture frame… Tricks of the mind perhaps, but for Bella Manningham everything seems horribly real. Patrick Hamilton’s Gaslight was first staged in 1938, and in 1944 was adapted as a film starring legendary Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton and Charles Boyer. For tickets visit www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992

LIVE MUSIC

ABBY ROAD 5
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET
The Peacock, London Road
GENERATION 5PAN
Charters, Town Bridge
LEE JOSHUA ROSE
Fletton Club, Fletton
RETROLUX
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
THE AGENTS
The Burghley, Burghley Road
THE B-SIDERS
Prince of Wales Feathers, Castor
THE MIGHTY AND THE HIGH
Ex Servicemens Club, Thorney
THE MONEY SHOT
The Ostrich, North Street
THE SIDEKICKS
The Crown, Lincoln Road
THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
VELOCITY
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
WALKWAY
The Ploughman, Werrington


27 Oct

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

PUB QUIZ
The Angel Inn, Yarwell

Get your mates together and test your knowledge in this weekly quiz every Sunday.

LIVE MUSIC

CHRIS POWELL
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
EPIGONE (4PM)
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford
IT COMES IN WAVES (3PM)
Charters, Town Bridge
KEITH GALL (AUSTRALIAN FOLK)
The Ostrich, North Street
MIZMERISE
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


28 Oct

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

THE RAINMEN
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


29 Oct

EVENTS

COMEDY: ED GAMBLE
The Key Theatre, Embankment

Ed Gamble will be performing his show Blizzard at the Key Theatre after his sell-out national tour was extended earlier this year. Familiar to many with his appearances on TV\'s Taskmaster and alongside impressive oboe skills and a passion for heavy metal, Ed’s also best known for his hugely successful podcast Off Menu, which he hosts alongside comedian James Acaster. To book tickets, visit the Key Theatre website or call 01733 207239.

COMEDY: RUSSELL KANE
The Cresset, Bretton

Don’t miss your chance to see this energetic comedy show from comedian and presenter Russell Kane, who’s best known as the host of BBC Three’s Live at The Electric, but also for appearing on Live at the Apollo and Celebrity Juice. Winner of Best Show in 2010 at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, Russell went on to make history as the first comedian to win both the Edinburgh Award and Melbourne Comedy Festival’s Barry Award in one year. Tickets are available on 01733 265705.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

CANDY TWIST
The Solstice, Northminster
OPEN MIC WITH ANNA
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


30 Oct

EVENTS

A BEAUTIFUL NOISE - NEIL DIAMOND TRIBUTE
New Theatre, Broadway

Led by Fisher Stevens with a full live band and brass orchestra, A Beautiful Noise the internationally acclaimed production, celebrates the music of Neil Diamond one of the greatest performers and best-selling artists of all time. The show pays homage to his incredible career producing hit after hit including Love On The Rocks, Sweet Caroline, Forever In Blue Jeans, Song Sung Blue, I am …I Said, America, Holly Holy, Red Red Wine, I’m A Believer and many more. Tickets range from are £24.50 - £27.50 on 01733 852992 or www.newtheatre-peterborough.com

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

NEIL DIAMOND TRIBUTE: A BEAUTIFUL NOISE
New Theatre, Broadway

Over 50 years since his first hit single, with sales of over 130 million records, there is no doubt that the legend that is Neil Diamond is one of the greatest performers and best-selling artists of all time. Led by Fisher Stevens with a full live band and brass orchestra, A Beautiful Noise the internationally acclaimed production celebrates the music of Neil Diamond. Celebrating all the classic hits of one of the world’s greatest ever singer songwriters, this is a musical adventure unrivalled by any other re-visiting over five decades of sparkling musical gems including, Love On The Rocks, Sweet Caroline, Forever In Blue Jeans, Song Sung Blue, I am …I Said, America, Holly Holy, Red Red Wine, I’m A Believer and many more. For tickets visit www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992.

LIVE MUSIC

OPEN MIC UNPLUGGED
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford


31 Oct

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

FORBIDDEN NIGHTS
The Cresset, Bretton

Forbidden Nights is a full production male variety show combining superlative circus and acrobatic skills with finely honed physiques. This unrivalled night of glamour, talent and torsos showcases sizzling new acts, stunt-orientated routines and explosively provocative choreography. Tickets £22, premium £25 on 01733 265705.

FRIGHT NIGHT FIREWORKS AND MUSIC
Springfields Outlet, Spalding

The Fright Night Fireworks event will be an evening of spooky family entertainment, including a special ‘Scream Factor’ show and a fancy dress competition for everyone, hosted by Dermot O\'Scary. The winner of the adult fancy-dress competition will receive a £500 Springfields Gift Card and the best kids’ fancy-dress will win a Nintendo Switch. Gates open at 6pm with fireworks at 8pm. All stores will be open until 9pm. Discounted early bird tickets are on sale now on the Springfields Outlet website. But be quick as there is a limited amount of tickets for sale.

FUNHOUSE COMEDY CLUB
The Lightbox Cafe, Bridge Street

Funhouse Comedy Club brings the laughs to the Lightbox Cafe with another great stand up session this time featuring Martin Mor, Ian Stone and Stella Graham. Your compere for the evening is Paul Revill Tickets £10 advance. Doors 7.00pm, show starts 8.15pm. Info and bookings www.funhousecomedy.co.uk

LIVE MUSIC

OPEN MIC WITH GRAHAM CLEAVER
The Blue Boar, Eye
THE PALMY UKE BAND
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road


01 Nov

EVENTS

A VISION OF ELVIS
The Cresset, Bretton

Internationally renowned as the best Elvis Presley tribute concert touring the world today, Rob Kingsley brings you a brand-new, high-octane show full of all the classic hits from the early years through to the sensational Vegas era – promising to be the ultimate experience for any Elvis fan! Tickets £24 on 01733 265705.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

A BAND CALLED MALICE
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford
BLACK DOG MURPHY
The Ostrich, North Street
BLACKOUT UK
The Solstice, Northminster
BROTHERHOODS ROUNDABOUT
The Crown, Lincoln Road
CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION (DOWNSTAIRS)
The Burghley, Burghley Road
CUTTIN LOOSE
The Bull, Rippingale
HALF PRICE DRINKS
The Crown, Lincoln Road
LAST MINUTE BRIGADE
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
OOMPAHLIEVABLE (TICKETED)
The Iron Horse Ranch House, Market Deeping
PUNK NIGHT 6 BANDS (UPSTAIRS)
The Burghley, Burghley Road
THE ZEPHYRS
The Ploughman, Werrington
THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road


02 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

FIREWORK FANTASIA
East of England Arena and Events Centre, Alwalton

This fabulous display will be provided by Titanium Fireworks, the company responsible for New Year displays in London and Edinburgh. Organisers, Vivacity and Live Promotions Events are making the event an evening out for the family, with activities and entertainment for children included in the ticket price. There\'ll be a extensive indoor soft play and inflatables area which will be open between 4pm and 8pm, live entertainment on stage featuring some of the lead characters from this year’s panto at the Key Theatre, Beauty and the Beast and the tribute band ‘Little Mixx’ and many favourite children’s characters will also be there throughout the evening. There\'ll be an extensive fun fair and food and drink outlets. Doors open at 4pm and the event will finish at 10pm. A family ticket for Fireworks Fantasia admits two adults and two children aged between 2 and 15 years. Advance family tickets are now available to purchase online (www.fireworksfantasia.co.uk), priced at only £25. Children under 2 will be admitted for free. Fireworks Fantasia 2019 is supporting two local charities, being Sue Ryder and Young People’s Counselling Service (YPCS). BBC Radio Cambridgeshire is the official media partner for Fireworks Fantasia 2019.

LIVE MUSIC

AFTERSHOCK
The Peacock, London Road
CUTTIN LOOSE
The Golden Fleece, Stamford
DIRTY RUMOUR
The London Inn, Stamford
DIVISION
The Lincolnshire Poacher, Spalding
GEORGIA EVANS
The Turkish Kitchen, New Road
HALF PRICE DIRNKS
The Crown, Lincoln Road
PORTLAND + DOOR JAM
Charters, Town Bridge
RETROLUX
The Ploughman, Werrington
SHALAMAR + PHIL FEARON & GALAXY
New Theatre, Broadway
THE B-SIDERS
The Ostrich, North Street
THE BROADCASTERS
The Burghley, Burghley Road
THE SIDEKICKS
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street


03 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

SOME GUYS HAVE ALL THE LUCK: THE ROD STEWART STORY
The Cresset, Bretton

Some Guys Have All The Luck celebrates the career of one of rock’s greatest icons, Sir Rod Stewart – from street busker through to international superstar! The show includes all the massive hits from Sir Rod’s career including Maggie May, Baby Jane, Sailing, Tonight’s The Night and many more! Tickets £25 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

CAPTAIN BACKWASH (4PM)
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford
GEORGIA EVANS (2PM)
The Iron Horse Ranch House, Market Deeping
OAKHAM MIC NIGHT
The Brewery Tap, Westgate
SALMON DAVE
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


04 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

GEMMA MCDOWELL
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate
OPEN MIC NIGHT
Fletton Club, Fletton
OPEN MIC WITH STACEY LOWETH
The Blue Bell, Werrington


05 Nov

EVENTS

CAROLE - THE MUSIC OF CAROLE KING
The Cresset, Bretton

CAROLE – The Music of Carole King is the story of the career of one of the most successful and admired songwriters in the history of popular music. This incredible journey through the music that defined an era will have you on your feet and dancing in the aisles! Tickets £25 on 01733 265705.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

ACOUSTIC NIGHT WITH GRAHAM CLEAVER
The Millstone, Barnack
OPEN MIC WITH ANNA
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


06 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

ONE NIGHT IN DUBLIN
The Cresset, Bretton

Featuring songs by The Dubliners, The Pogues, The Fureys, Van Morrison, Steve Earle, Flogging Molly and many more, performed by award-winning lively Irish band The Wild Murphys – One Night In Dublin perfectly captures the spirit of a crazy night out in the live music pubs of the emerald isle! Tickets £23.50 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

Sorry no gigs listed


07 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

ORIGINALS ACOUSTIC NIGHT WITH DAVE SMITH + GLOVE COMPARTMENT + ROBERT J BULL + JOHNNY QUINN
The Ostrich, North Street
THE PALMY UKE BAND
The Ploughman, Werrington
VOODOO ACOUSTIC WITH DAVID B
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford


08 Nov

EVENTS

BOOK SIGNING: BARKING! BY CHRIS PORSZ
Peterborough City Hopsital, Peterborough

Meet Chris Porsz, local paramedic and street photographer and grab a copy of his new book Barking! which features fantastic images of our four legged friends. Get your copy signed between 7.30 am - 6.30 pm in the Oncology department at the hospital, a donation will go to Breast Cancer Research. Barking! is also available from Waterstones and the Visitor Information Centre on Bridge Street or his website www.chrisporsz.com.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE
The Cresset, Bretton

Featuring Peterborough Male Voice Choir, Peterborough Voices and Peterborough Youth Choir, Festival of Remembrance is a moving evening of beautiful melodies and poignant words commemorating the city\'s fallen soldiers and the service and sacrifice of the armed forces. Tickets £17.50, concessions £16 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

AFTERHSOCK
The Seven Wives, St Ives
AFTERSHOCK
The Seven Wives, St Ives
AUSTRIAN STONES (ROLLING STONES TRIBUTE)
Social Club, Kings Cliffe
CANDY TWIST
The Ostrich, North Street
CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION
The Ostrich, North Street
LOOSE ROCKET
The Solstice, Northminster
MARK KEELEY\'S GOOD ROCKIN\' TONIGHT
British Legion, Yaxley
OPEN MIC NIGHT (EMO ACOUSTIC SPECIAL)
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
RETROLUX
The Crown, Lincoln Road
THE MACHINES
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road


09 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

DIVISION
Fletton Club, Fletton
GO WITH THE FLOW
The Ploughman, Werrington
JUNK PUPPETS
The Stage, Market Deeping
LEE ROBERT SHAW
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
MOJO SLIDE
The Ostrich, North Street
THE GLORIOUS ONE EYED CATS
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
THE MONEY SHOT
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
THE NUGGETS
The Burghley, Burghley Road
THE OVERDUBS
The Crown, Lincoln Road
VELOCITY
Charters, Town Bridge


10 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

UK PINK FLOYD EXPERIENCE
The Cresset, Bretton

UK Pink Floyd Experience features over two hours of hits from the legendary band’s 50-year career, including Wish You Were Here, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Another Brick In The Wall and Comfortably Numb. This highly-acclaimed show is a true celebration of all things Floyd! Tickets £25 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

MEGAN VAUGHAN PARRY + THE SECRET MAGPIES + KILL ME KATE
The Glasshouse, Key Theatre
STELLA HENSLEY & CHRIS NEWMAN (3PM)
Charters, Town Bridge


11 Nov

EVENTS

AN AUDIENCE WITH SIMON REEVE
The Cresset, Bretton

For the first time ever, the BBC’s “most adventurous traveller”, Simon Reeve, will be recounting stories and anecdotes from a selection of his most exhilarating adventures from around the world in this truly fascinating show. Tickets £26.50 Over 60s £21.50 Under 16s £19.00 Family Tickets available Box office: 01733 265705.

ARMISTICE DAY SERVICE
Bridge Street, Peterborough

Wreaths will be laid at the steps of Peterborough\'s War Memorial as part of a service of remembrance taking place to honour those who lost their lives for their country. Peterborough City Council in conjunction with the Peterborough Branch of the Royal British Legion and Peterborough Cathedral will be commemorating the occasion at the War Memorial outside the Town Hall in Bridge Street. Residents are encouraged to come along and pay their respects. 10.30am: Royal British Legion (RBL) Standard Bearers to report to RBL Parade Marshall at the war memorial. 10.55am: Civic Procession led by the Mayor’s Attendant, escorted by the Police, leaves the Town Hall. 10.57am: Canon Ian Black, The Vicar of St John’s Church, to commence the service. 10.58am: The Exhortation to be recited by RBL President, the Last Post is sounded. 11.00am: A two minute silence will take place, marked by a whistle. 11.10am Civic party and procession returns to the Town Hall to be followed by the Standard Bearers. There will then be a march past of the military parade with the Vice Lord Lieutenant, Mayor and President of the Peterborough Branch – Royal British Legion taking the salute.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

LUKE CAREY
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


12 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

Sorry no gigs listed


13 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

BACKROOM ACOUSTIC WITH DAVE AND SHAUN
The Ale House , Ramsey
JAZZ DUO
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


14 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

LIVE MUSIC

AUSTIN GOLD
The Brewery Tap, Westgate
CAPTAIN BACKWASH
The Hand & Heart, Highbury Street
OPEN MIC NIGHT
The Bull, Newborough
THE PALMY UKE BAND
The Ostrich, North Street
THE QUIREBOYS + THE BRINK
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street


15 Nov

EVENTS

CHRISTMAS CRAFT AND GIFT MARKET
Peterborough Cathedral, City Centre

Peterborough Cathedral’s popular Christmas Craft and Gift Market has added new stalls this year and is set in the beautiful Cathedral Nave and Transepts. The Market takes place on the evening of Friday 15th November, to coincide with the city’s Christmas Lights switch-on, and during the day on Saturday 16th November. Amongst the fare on sale will be vegan soaps, hand-painted silk scarves, leather-goods, ceramics, artworks, bamboo socks, jewellery and much more. Refreshments will also be on sale. A donation of £2 per adult is invited on entry and the proceeds will go towards the running of Peterborough Cathedral. It\'s open from 6.30pm to 9pm on Friday and 9.30am to 4.30pm on Saturday 16th November. On the green outside the Cathedral there will also be traditional chalet-style stalls selling food, drinks and festive goods as part of the city’s expanded Christmas Market. For more information about the Cathedral’s Christmas Craft and Gift Market visit www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk or call 01733 355315.

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH-ON
City Centre, Peterborough

The family entertainment on stage will be hosted by BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s Breakfast Show presenter Kev Lawrence and producer Andy Lake. The fun starts at 3pm and lasts until 8pm, with the lights being switched on at 7pm. As the event coincides with Children In Need night, Pudsey Bear will also be making a special appearance. The on stage entertainment features multi-award winning Cambridge band 4th Labyrinth, the Urban Dance Academy, Peterborough Cathedral Choir led by Tansy Castledine, Peterborough Voices led by Will Prideaux, Lucy\'s Pop Choir and panto stars from the Cresset, Key and New Theatres will put on a show.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

FOOTLOOSE
The Cresset, Bretton

RARE Productions - FOOTLOOSE: The Musical – Fri 15 & Sat 16 Nov Lose your blues! Rare Productions are returning to The Cresset this November with their latest show – FOOTLOOSE: The Musical! Based on the 1984 musical comedy, stuffed full of classic 80s hits and energetic dances, it\'s sure to be a hit for the whole family! Tickets £18, concessions £16.50 on 01733 265705.

FUNHOUSE COMEDY CLUB
The Lightbox Cafe, Bridge Street

Topping the bill is Greek, George Zach who has appeared on BBC 1’s ‘The One Show’ and supported Luisa Omielan on tour. After gaining a degree in England he decided not to return to his home on a Greek Island. Instead, he chose to follow his passion for comedy, live in Newcastle and now entertains crowds with his funny Geordie observations. Opening the night will be Star of ‘Live at the Apollo’ and his own Radio 4 series and former double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Andrew Lawrence who is a unique and highly regarded stand-up comedian. His frighteningly splendid language is unique and brings out a most unusual mix of humour, never failing to make his audience think as well as laugh. Also appearing is Pete Phillipson, originally from Lincolnshire but based in Manchester, he has been building a name for himself on the circuit as a very funny act over the last few years, mixing fast paced observations and routines with wonderful characterisations. Compere for the night will be the confident, friendly and amusing Dave Bryon. Doors 7.00pm, Show 8.15pm Tickets in advance £12.50 Info at www.funhousecomedy.co.uk

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
Cathedral Green, City Centre

The first stage of a large new Christmas Market opens on the Cathedral Green the day of the lights switch-on and will be running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up along Bridge Street and Long Causeway on November 17 and Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

23 REASONS
The Ostrich, North Street
BAKLASH
The Crown, Lincoln Road
HI ON MAIDEN
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
LOOSE ROCKET
The Nag\'s Head, Bourne
RADIUS 45
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road


16 Nov

EVENTS

CHEESEFEST
East of England Arena and Events Centre, Alwalton

Touring festival, CheeseFest is heading back to Peterborough with more than 140 different cheeses from producers and vendors around the world, as well as food outlets offering hot and cold cheese dishes and the ideal drinks to accompany them. There’s a jam packed programme of feasting and entertainment planned from 10am. For tickets visit www.eastofenglandarena.com

CHRISTMAS CRAFT AND GIFT MARKET
Peterborough Cathedral, City Centre

Peterborough Cathedral’s popular Christmas Craft and Gift Market has added new stalls this year and is set in the beautiful Cathedral Nave and Transepts. Amongst the fare on sale will be vegan soaps, hand-painted silk scarves, leather-goods, ceramics, artworks, bamboo socks, jewellery and much more. Refreshments will also be on sale. A donation of £2 per adult is invited on entry and the proceeds will go towards the running of Peterborough Cathedral. It\'s open from 9.30am to 4.30pm. On the green outside the Cathedral there will also be traditional chalet-style stalls selling food, drinks and festive goods as part of the city’s expanded Christmas Market. For more information about the Cathedral’s Christmas Craft and Gift Market visit www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk or call 01733 355315.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

FOOTLOOSE
The Cresset, Bretton

RARE Productions - FOOTLOOSE: The Musical – Fri 15 & Sat 16 Nov Lose your blues! Rare Productions are returning to The Cresset this November with their latest show – FOOTLOOSE: The Musical! Based on the 1984 musical comedy, stuffed full of classic 80s hits and energetic dances, it\'s sure to be a hit for the whole family! Tickets £18, concessions £16.50 on 01733 265705.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
Cathedral Green, City Centre

The first stage of a large new Christmas Market opens on the Cathedral Green and will be running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up along Bridge Street and Long Causeway on November 17 and Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

SAUSAGE & CIDER FEST
East of England Arena and Events Centre, Alwalton

Another foodie festival coming to Peterborough is the Sausage and Cider Festival, which comes to the city and the East of England Arena for the first time. This one offers great live music, DJs and games along with delicious craft ciders, sausages and beers to enjoy. The festival takes place in the evening (after Cheesefest!). As well as featuring the finest ciders from across the country there’ll also be a huge variety of delicious sausages and a fantastic Craft Beer & Gin Bar. For tickets visit www.eastofenglandarena.com

LIVE MUSIC

CIRCA 73
The Crown, Lincoln Road
DB5
The Ostrich, North Street
HUSH
The Crown, Littleport
IRON FIST
The Ploughman, Werrington
JAKE & JEFF
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
JESSIE\'S GHOST
The Burghley, Burghley Road
KICKBACK
The Whittle Way, Stanground
LAST MINUTE BRIGADE
The Iron Horse Ranch House, Market Deeping
LOS RAMONES
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
PENTAGON
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
RAMSHACKLE SERENADE
Social Club, Kings Cliffe
REVOLVER
The White Horse, Baston
STEALER
Prince of Wales Feathers, Castor
THE CONTACTS (TICKETED)
Ebeneezers, Woodston
THE MIGHTY AND THE HIGH
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
THE RETURNS
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
THE SPREE
Fletton Club, Fletton
TRUE BRITISH MAYHEM
The Peacock, London Road
VINTAGE STUFF
Charters, Town Bridge


17 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THEATRE: ONE MAN TWO GUVNORS
The Key Theatre, Embankment

Following sell-out performances of The Lady in the Van and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peterborough Mask Theatre return to the Key Theatre main stage with the riotous comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, immortalised by James Corden in the West End. One Man, Two Guvnors tells the hilarious story of Francis Henshall, a down-on-his-luck everyman determined to work two jobs to earn a quick bob (and a sandwich or two!). For his plan to work, neither guvnor can know about the other… cue a whirlwind farce of epic proportions. The show will be performed nightly at 7.30pm with a 2pm Saturday matinee. Box office - 01733 207239.

LIVE MUSIC

JIMMY & RUSS
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate
KEITH LUCKEY (3PM)
Charters, Town Bridge


18 Nov

EVENTS

CHRISTMAS LATE NIGHT SHOPPING
Springfields Outlet, Spalding

Christmas late night shopping begins with all stores open every weeknights to 9pm up until Monday 23rd December. Springfields Outlet has54 outlet stores, alongside restaurants and leisure attractions. Big-name brands such as The Cosmetic Company Store, Joules, Crew Clothing Company, Radley, Jack Wills, Fat Face, White Stuff, Next, Gap, M&S, TM Lewin and Skechers offer fantastic choice for customers at up to 75 percent off RRP.

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THEATRE: ONE MAN TWO GUVNORS
The Key Theatre, Embankment

Following sell-out performances of The Lady in the Van and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peterborough Mask Theatre return to the Key Theatre main stage with the riotous comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, immortalised by James Corden in the West End. One Man, Two Guvnors tells the hilarious story of Francis Henshall, a down-on-his-luck everyman determined to work two jobs to earn a quick bob (and a sandwich or two!). For his plan to work, neither guvnor can know about the other… cue a whirlwind farce of epic proportions. The show will be performed nightly at 7.30pm with a 2pm Saturday matinee. Box office - 01733 207239.

LIVE MUSIC

PAUL HENSHAW
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


19 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

EXHIBITION: HOMES AND HUMANITY
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

Vivacity is bringing the ‘Home and Humanity’ themed exhibitions to the Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery to explore what it’s like to be a refugee. ‘Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from Refugee Crisis’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a touring exhibition by House of Illustration highlighting different styles of illustration by different artists. This has been created by a mixture of refugee artists and artists who have worked in refugee camps. ‘Drawing Time’ (11 Oct - 8 Dec) is a visual story of one family’s journey from war-torn Darfur in Western Sudan, presented on hand-painted cloth. Having always drawn and sketched together for fun and for pleasure, for the Dirar family, art became a way to deal with memories of war and an uncertain future. Before long, the Dirars’ tent had become a visual gallery of coping with a ‘life in limbo’ and now exists as a document of their journey.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THEATRE: ONE MAN TWO GUVNORS
The Key Theatre, Embankment

Following sell-out performances of The Lady in the Van and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peterborough Mask Theatre return to the Key Theatre main stage with the riotous comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, immortalised by James Corden in the West End. One Man, Two Guvnors tells the hilarious story of Francis Henshall, a down-on-his-luck everyman determined to work two jobs to earn a quick bob (and a sandwich or two!). For his plan to work, neither guvnor can know about the other… cue a whirlwind farce of epic proportions. The show will be performed nightly at 7.30pm with a 2pm Saturday matinee. Box office - 01733 207239.

LIVE MUSIC

OPEN MIC WITH ANNA
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate
OPEN MIC WITH THE BOATMEN AND PHIL Q
The Boat Inn, Whittlesey


20 Nov

EVENTS

EXHIBITION: HOARDS
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Priestgate

A British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery runs from 12 Oct – 15 Dec 2019 10am – 4pm and is free to enter (excluding advertised special events days). Here is a chance to see unique Bronze Age finds from Flag Fen, Must Farm and Ely as well as many national treasures. Objects include the spectacular Iron Age Snettisham gold torcs and Roman coins from Water Newton. To find out more visit vivacity.org/exhibitions

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THEATRE: ONE MAN TWO GUVNORS
The Key Theatre, Embankment

Following sell-out performances of The Lady in the Van and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peterborough Mask Theatre return to the Key Theatre main stage with the riotous comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, immortalised by James Corden in the West End. One Man, Two Guvnors tells the hilarious story of Francis Henshall, a down-on-his-luck everyman determined to work two jobs to earn a quick bob (and a sandwich or two!). For his plan to work, neither guvnor can know about the other… cue a whirlwind farce of epic proportions. The show will be performed nightly at 7.30pm with a 2pm Saturday matinee. Box office - 01733 207239.

LIVE MUSIC

PAGAN
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


21 Nov

EVENTS

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THE CARPENTERS STORY
The Cresset, Bretton

Featuring all of the classic hits including (They Long To Be) Close To You, We’ve Only Just Begun and more, The Carpenters Story continues to captivate audiences with its spectacular celebration of the classic songbook that made The Carpenters a legend in the world of popular music! Tickets £24.50, concessions £23.50 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

THE PALMY UKE BAND
The Limetree, Walton


22 Nov

EVENTS

BEN ELTON
The Cresset, Bretton

After a 15-year absence, the Godfather of modern stand-up returns to the medium he did so much to define. Back on the road with an all new stand-up show, Ben promises to try and make sense of a world which appears to have gone stark raving mad. Tickets £31 on 01733 265705.

FUNHOUSE COMEDY CLUB
South Holland Centre, Spalding

Another night of great stand up comedy including CHRISTIAN REILLY https://christreilly.com/ DANNY WARD https://www.dannyward.org/ Nik Coppin and compere David Tsonos Doors 7.30pm Show 8.30pm Tickets are £10 in advance. Info and bookings www.funhousecomedy.co.uk

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

23 REASONS
The Burghley, Burghley Road
CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
FRANKLY MY DEAR
The Blue Bell, Werrington
OUTLAW EAGLES
The Crown, Lincoln Road
REVOLVER
The Jubilee, Bourne
THE LATIESHA MARIA BAND + THE MONEY SHOT (CHARITY NIGHT)
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
THE NUMBERS
The Ostrich, North Street


23 Nov

EVENTS

CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAYRE
Harvest Barn Farmshop , Ramsey Road

Harvest Barn are launching their festive food and drink at their first ever Christmas Craft Fayre on November 23 and 24 which will also be showcasing wonderful talent from across Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire. They’ll be stocking free range turkeys for Christmas and veg boxes so everything you need for the big day. There’ll be plenty of indoor and outdoor stalls to browse and of course carol singers! It’s on from 10am – 4pm and entry’s free. For information on stalls email Ashley at info@harvestbarn.co.uk

CHRISTMAS CRAFT MARKET
Nene Park, Peterborough

A Christmas Craft Market is bought to you by Craft People. This two day craft and gift event, open between 10am and 4pm, will have over 30 stalls with a variety of gifts and Christmas decorations and festive treats.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC: ABBA TRIBUTE
The Cresset, Bretton

Thank You For The Music presents ABBA . The hugely popular Thank You For The Music combines the unmistakable harmonies, colourful costumes, and dazzling performances of ABBA into a spectacular all-star show that’ll have you thanking ABBA for the music again and again! Tickets £24.50 on 01733 265705..

LIVE MUSIC

BECCA RAYNER
Fletton Club, Fletton
BLACKOUT UK
The Burghley, Burghley Road
CAPTAIN BACKWASH
The Ship, Oundle
CJ HATT
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
HARMONY
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
JUNK PUPPETS
The Crown, Lincoln Road
LAST MINUTE BRIGADE
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
OUTLAW EAGLES
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
RAMSHACKLE SERENADE
The Ostrich, North Street
THE MIGHTY & THE HIGH + BLACKOUT UK
The Burghley, Burghley Road
THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN
Charters, Town Bridge
VELOCITY
The Ploughman, Werrington
WHO ARE YOU + CLASHVILLE UK
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street


24 Nov

EVENTS

CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAYRE
Harvest Barn Farmshop , Ramsey Road

Harvest Barn are launching their festive food and drink at their first ever Christmas Craft Fayre on November 23 and 24 which will also be showcasing wonderful talent from across Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire. They’ll be stocking free range turkeys for Christmas and veg boxes so everything you need for the big day. There’ll be plenty of indoor and outdoor stalls to browse and of course carol singers! It’s on from 10am – 4pm and entry’s free. For information on stalls email Ashley at info@harvestbarn.co.uk

CHRISTMAS CRAFT MARKET
Nene Park, Peterborough

A Christmas Craft Market is bought to you by Craft People. This two day craft and gift event, open between 10am and 4pm, will have over 30 stalls with a variety of gifts and Christmas decorations and festive treats.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THE RED HOT CHILLI PIPERS
The Cresset, Bretton

There’s never been anything quite like The Red Hot Chilli Pipers – the most famous bagpipe band on the planet! Bagpipes with attitude, drums with a Scottish accent and a show that carries its own health warning – The Red Hot Chilli Pipers are a truly unique experience! Tickets £26.50 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

BLACK DOG MURPHY (4PM)
The Ostrich, North Street
DIVISION (3PM)
Charters, Town Bridge
HUSH
The Seven Wives, St Ives
LERICIA TRIO
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


25 Nov

EVENTS

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will be on the Cathedral Green, Bridge Street and on Long Causeway running right through until December 28. The market will see dozens of chalet style stalls also open up on Cathedral Square on November 26. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and the full market will include more than 100 food, drink and stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

MARTIN JOHN
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


26 Nov

EVENTS

JOHNNY CASH CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
The Cresset, Bretton

Get ready to enjoy two hours of classic Rock ‘n’ Roll and Country Music with a whole bunch of festive fun thrown in for good measure! There’s no better way to begin celebrating Christmas than with The Johnny Cash Christmas Special – featuring all of The Man in Black’s greatest hits plus a selection of Christmas classics. Tickets £26.50 on 01733 265705.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will see dozens of chalet style stalls along Bridge Street, Long Causeway and Cathedral Square. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and will include stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

OPEN MIC WITH ANNA
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


27 Nov

EVENTS

JONATHAN PIE FAKE NEWS
The Cresset, Bretton

If no news is good news, then good news is fake news. Jonathan Pie, the exasperated news reporter whose videos have been seen by millions across the world, returns to the road once more to berate the people in power – and the journalists apparently holding them to account. Tickets £26 on 01733 265705.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will see dozens of chalet style stalls along Bridge Street, Long Causeway and Cathedral Square. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and will include stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

BACKROOM ACOUSTIC WITH DAVE AND SHAUN
The Ale House , Ramsey
COUNTRY MIX
The Pizza Parlour & Music Cafe, Cowgate


28 Nov

EVENTS

FUNHOUSE COMEDY CLUB
The Lightbox Cafe, Bridge Street

Funhouse Comedy Club brings the laughs to the Lightbox cafe with to stand up from Christian Reilly, Andrew Lawrence and Lindsey Santoro. Your compere for the evening is Stevie Gray. Tickets are £10 in advance. Doors 7.00pm Show 8.15pm Info and bookings www.funhousecomedy.co.uk

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will see dozens of chalet style stalls along Bridge Street, Long Causeway and Cathedral Square. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and will include stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

THAT\'LL BE THE DAY CHRISTMAS SHOW
The Cresset, Bretton

Topped with lashings of Christmas spirit, get ready to party as That’ll Be The Day returns with its brand new 2019 Christmas Show! The UK’s most popular Rock ‘N’ Roll variety show celebrates the festive season with all your favourite Christmas classics from the 50s, 60s & 70s, plus plenty of hilarious comedy! Tickets £27.50 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

CHARITY GIG
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
OPEN MIC WITH GRAHAM CLEAVER
The Blue Boar, Eye
THE PALMY UKE BAND
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road


29 Nov

EVENTS

CRESSET COMEDY CLUB
The Cresset, Bretton

November’s edition of Comedy Club is sure to be another hilarious night out and gives audience members the chance to see the hottest new stars in the comedy circuit up close in an intimate club environment. A right good laugh and a great time had by all is guaranteed! Tickets £14.50 advance on 01733 265705, £16.50 on the door.

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will see dozens of chalet style stalls along Bridge Street, Long Causeway and Cathedral Square. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and will include stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

ACOUSTIC SESSION WITH THE BOATMEN
The Boat Inn, Whittlesey
CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION
The Nag\'s Head, Bourne
GROOVE CARTELL
The Brewery Tap, Westgate
HIGH ROLLERS
The Burghley, Burghley Road
HIT 4 SIX
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
LEFTOVAS
The Ploughman, Werrington
RAMSHACKLE SERENADE
The Blue Bell, Werrington
THE MIGHTY & THE HIGH
The Ostrich, North Street
TRUE 90S
The Crown, Lincoln Road


30 Nov

EVENTS

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will see dozens of chalet style stalls along Bridge Street, Long Causeway and Cathedral Square. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and will include stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

WHITNEY - QUEEN OF THE NIGHT
The Cresset, Bretton

Taking audiences on a magical rollercoaster ride through three decades of classic hits, Whitney – Queen of the Night is a stunning celebration of the music and life of one of the greatest singers of our time. Tickets £26.50, concessions £25.50 on 01733 265705.

LIVE MUSIC

COSMIC RODNEY
The Blue Bell, Dogsthorpe
DIZZY MISS LIZZYS
Charters, Town Bridge
DONUT
The Iron Horse Ranch House, Market Deeping
KICKBACK
Palmers, Long Sutton
KUSHTY
SAMM\'S, Bridge Street
PRIMA VISTA
Fletton Club, Fletton
REVOLVER
The Black Bull, Donnington
SOUL FX
The Burghley, Burghley Road
STEALER
The New Crown, Whittlesey
STIPE (REM TRIBUTE)
The Met Lounge, Bridge Street
SUBWAY 77
The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road
THE ELECTRIC WARRIORS
The Peacock, London Road
THE ONE EYED CATS
The Crown, Lincoln Road
THE STROLLERS
The Parkway Club, Maskew Avenue
TIGER CLUB
The Ploughman, Werrington


01 Dec

EVENTS

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will see dozens of chalet style stalls along Bridge Street, Long Causeway and Cathedral Square. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and will include stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

CHRIS WATSON (3PM)
Charters, Town Bridge
GEORGIA EVANS (2PM)
The Iron Horse Ranch House, Market Deeping
OAKHAM MIC NIGHT
The Brewery Tap, Westgate
PENNYLESS (4PM)
Mama Liz\'s, Stamford


02 Dec

EVENTS

PETERBOROUGH CHRISTMAS MARKET
City Centre, Peterborough

A large new Christmas Market will see dozens of chalet style stalls along Bridge Street, Long Causeway and Cathedral Square. The Guildhall will be turned into a cool Ice Bar, while youngsters can enjoy a trip to Santa’s Grotto, carousel rides and other fun and games. The market will be open daily from 10am until late and will include stalls selling festive food, drinks and goods from all over the world.

LIVE MUSIC

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