An exhibition of fascinating images and personal memories of life around the lake over the last 60 years By the Freshwater Biological Association
Photographic portraits of people who served in the armed forces everywhere from Normandy to Iraq are currently on display at a Lancaster theatre.
The Happy Feet Dancers are back to entertain us again
he Dukes presents romance against a wartime backdrop when the first UK stage adaptation of A Farewell To Arms is performed at the Lancaster theatre from October 10-25.
The ‘Mark Steel’s in Town’ show, based on the Radio 4 series in which I write a show centred around each town, has now been to at least 5 million places. It’s a sparkling verdict on humanity that I’ve mocked them all and somehow am still alive.
A one-off theatre experience for both cast and audience comes to The Dukes on October 24. Each performance of Horizontal Collaboration is ‘new’ each time it’s staged with four new actors reading the scripts for the first time so they, like the audience, have no idea what happens next.
The Festival Market is inviting you to get into the spirit of Halloween with pumpkin carving and a pumpkin parade. Children can also take part in a ghost hunt ot visit the market's very own haunted house.... if they dare!
Mitch Benn claims he is the 37th Beatle. Find out why at The Dukes in October
Hailing from the Isle of Skye, the Peatbog Faeries are the figurehead trailblazers of the Celtic dance music renaissance.
Grab a bargain or get rid of your clutter at one of the largest table top sales in the area.