Here is our What's On Guide to local entertainment over the next seven days.
Play in the Park – Around the World in 80 Days
The Dukes outdoor theatre extravaganza returns with an epic adventure for the whole family! Follow Phileas Fogg as he races against the ticking clock to travel around the world in 80 days.
Nightly at 7:15pm (except Mondays), Williamson Park, Lancaster
Live music from TwentyFourSeven, Slypdexic, Ruins, Geriatrix and the SJ Hospice Choir. Raising money for St John’s Hospice and Rosemere Cancer Foundation, and remembering Morecambe dad of two, Guy Heath, who passed away in 2022.
Tuesday August 15, from 6pm, Johnny's Warehouse Bar, Morecambe.
A set from the popular English singer/songwriter.
Thursday, August 17, doors 7pm, Kanteena, Lancaster
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the band’s debut LP ‘The Crossing’, the band will perform all their hits including ‘Fields of Fire’, ‘Chance’ and ‘In A Big Country’. Featuring support from Gene Loves Jezebel and Diesel Park West.
Friday August 18, 8pm, The Platform, Morecambe.
Straighten Out – tribute to The Stranglers
The band recreate the early Stranglers experience.
Friday August 18, doors 7pm, Kanteena, Lancaster.
A soul and Motown night featuring music from the seven-piece live band.
Saturday August 19, Kanteena, Lancaster.
Model Railway Exhibition
Entry by donation (suggested £3).
Saturday and Sunday, August 19 and 20, from 10am, Carnforth Railway Station Heritage Centre.
The Beyond Radio favourite performs tracks from her new EP ‘Strange Men’ in the Olive Bar. All profits to Alzheimer’s Research.
Saturday August 19, 6:30pm, Gregson Centre, Lancaster.
Summer of Rewind 1973-1999
Lancaster BID presents a programme of live Sunday entertainment showcasing local talent.
Every Sunday, 11:30am to 3:30pm, Market Square, Lancaster