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.
Start the spooky Halloween celebrations in the Café in the Park at 12pm - 3pm. Be prepared to be scared spookless, with lots of vampire-themed antics. Join in pumpkin competitions, go mad at the junior spooks-disco, come in your scariest fancy dress and maybe win the competition. Booking essential, £5, (including food and a drink), tel: 01524 401140 to make sure you are not left out of this spooky spectacular!
Come and make your own hanging fishy friend!
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!
Come and celebrate Halloween with We Are Improv as they perform The Bat, an improvisation show set in the dark!
The Lady Boys of Bangkok are back in another sizzling and seductive production.
Come and make a Halloween card with a spooky surprise. See a ghost ship floating in front of your eyes!
In this brand new show for 2014, Europe’s most successful Elvis Presley tribute artist - Lee Memphis King, presents the ultimate tribute to The King
Wherever you may be, make sure you book a seat for the Lord of the Dance Settee when he visits Lancaster this autumn. Richard Herring’s 11th stand-up show - Lord of the Dance Settee - arrives at The Dukes on October 31.