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What's On Guide W/C January 22

The Promenade Concert Orchestra

Here is our guide to What's On in entertainment across the North Lancashire and Morecambe Bay area this week.

Most Haunted Live 

Yvette Fielding and the team present the show’s top 10 scares, complete with unseen video footage, plus audience members are taken back to the Victorian age of séance and Ouija board and invited to conduct their very own ghostly investigation. 

Wednesday & Thursday January 24/25, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand

The Wordarium - Lancaster's only spoken word event 

A local open mic poet’s event, featuring very special guest poet, Josie Alford. Entrance £5 with all money raised going to local charities and good causes. 

Wednesday, January 24, 7:30pm, The Herbarium, Lancaster

National Theatre Live – Dear England (Stage on Screen) 

Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale) plays Gareth Southgate in James Graham’s (Sherwood) spectacular hit play that explores nation and game. 

Thursday, January 25, 7pm, Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

Dustbowl Revival

A set of American roots and folk-rock. 

Thursday January 25, doors 7:30pm, Malt Room, Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

Burns Night Ceilidh with Tattie Bogle 

Haggis (including vegetarian option), Scottish dancing and live music, with an experienced caller on hand to lead you through the moves.  

Friday, January 26, 7pm, Arnside Sailing Club

Oh What A Night! 

A musical journey through the incredible career of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. 

Friday January 26, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand

Hue and Cry 

The 80s icons perform all their hits including ‘Labour of Love’, ‘Looking for Linda’, and more across their 12 studio albums. 

Friday, January 26, 8pm, The Platform, Morecambe

Comedy Club 

Sets from Harry Stachini, Tom Taylor, Masai Graham and headliner Liam Farrelly. 

Friday, January 26, 8pm, Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

Jungle Cakes Ft. Ed Solo, Deekline & Benny Page 

Jungle, garage and drum & bass across two rooms. 

Friday, January 26, doors 9pm, Kanteena, Lancaster

Chinese New Year Variety Show 

A highlight of the Lancaster Chinese New Year Festival, with a deep dive into China's rich artistic heritage, through music, dance, and theatre. 

Saturday January 27, 7pm, Lancaster Grand

Lancaster Comedy Club 

Sets from Steve Royle, Matt Foster and Mick Ferry. 

Saturday, January 27, 7:30pm & 9pm, The Borough, Lancaster

The Promenade Concert Orchestra’s New Year Viennese Concert 

With soprano soloist, Rowena Thornton and dancers from the Turning Point Theatre Arts of Lancaster, music from the Strauss family and associates as well as a few surprises. 

Sunday, January 28, 3pm, The Platform, Morecambe

This Is The Kit 

Kate Stables and her band with an alternative set of tunes. 

Sunday, January 28, doors 6:30pm, More Music, Morecambe

A Beautiful Noise – music and tribute to Neil Diamond 

Fisher Stevens celebrates the music and tribute to Neil Diamond, direct from London’s West End. 

Sunday, January 28, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand

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