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What's On Guide W/C February 13

Rock It Man will be performing at the new Quay-Fest in Lancaster

Here is your guide to what's on in the local area over the coming days.


The smash hit film musical of 2021 about the Family Madigral with lyrics on screen that everyone can’t stop singing.

Thursday, February 16, 1pm, Lancaster Grand



The first ever Baylight ‘23 festival takes place over three days during February half term – February 16-18 and the event is free entry for the public.

It will be open, in the dark, from 6pm to 10pm, on Morecambe prom, for just over a mile from the Sailing Club Jetty to the Midland Hotel and Stone Jetty.

The art trail comprises 12 installations and experiences designed and developed by international and national artists.


Sing-a-Long-a-Dirty Dancing

The smash hit film with lyrics on screen. Fancy dress not obligatory but highly recommended!

Thursday, February 16, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand


Barely Visible

Powerful solo performance exploring identity, objectification and what it is to be a gay, 'barely visible' woman, using physical theatre, pole and contemporary dance.

Thursday, February 16, 7:45pm, The Dukes, Lancaster



Three quayside pubs in Lancaster have teamed up to bring you the brand new live music festival known as Quay-Fest.

The Wagon and Horses, the George and Dragon and the Three Mariners will host the new event running from Friday February 17 to Sunday February 19.

There will be 23 live acts performing across the three pubs in the St George's Quay area over the three days.

Quay-Fest is supported by Lancaster Business Improvement District (BID) and Beyond Radio.

Go to quayfest.co.uk for more details of the line-up.


90s Live!

From Take That to Oasis, Spice Girls to Supergrass, this is the ultimate 90s party night out! 

Friday, February 17, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand


Laurence Jones

A set from one of the best blues guitar players in the world today.

Friday, February 17, 7:30pm, The Platform, Morecambe


Prog at the Priory

Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett is the special guest of organist and pianist Marco Lo Muscio and flautist John Hackett, performing music from the classic era of progressive rock, by King Crimson, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Rick Wakeman and of course Genesis.

Saturday February 18, doors 7pm, Lancaster Priory



Music from the contemporary jazz trio - playful grooves, driving swing, and rich soundscapes.

Saturday February 18, 7:30pm, Heron Theatre, Beetham



A concert dedicated to the greatest glam rocker of them all, Marc Bolan.

Saturday, February 18, 7:30pm, The Platform, Morecambe


The Killer Takes It All

An ABBA themed murder mystery evening, including a three-course meal. Can you find the natural Bjorn killer?

Saturday February 18, 7:30pm, Lancaster House Hotel


True Order

All the hits from Europe's only tribute to the iconic Manchester band.

Saturday, February 18, doors 7pm, Kanteena, Lancaster

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