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What's On Guide W/C March 11

Award-winning comedy show FRIEND (The One with Gunther) comes to The Dukes this week

Here is your guide to What's On in North Lancashire and Morecambe Bay this week.

Show Women

The untold story of extraordinary British working-class entertainment from immigrant, queer, activist and occult perspectives.

Thursday March 14, 7:30pm, The Dukes, Lancaster

 

Litfest 2024

Packed with fiction, poetry, storytelling, history and chances to get involved! Go to litfest.org or search ‘Litfest’ online for the full programme of events.

Friday March 15-26, various venues, Lancaster

 

Stages Live & Loud

More Media Collective presents a showcase of live music featuring new and up-coming young artists. 

Friday March 15 from 5:30pm, More Music, Morecambe

 

The Dream Collector

By the Dukes Young Company, an ensemble play for teenage performers created by award-winning playwright Fin Kennedy.

Friday/Saturday March 15/16, 7pm, The Dukes, Lancaster

 

World Music Night

The Long Walk Chinese Orchestra play traditional Chinese music on authentic instruments followed by the Spanish guitar duo Fretville.

Friday March 15, 7:30pm, Olive Bar, Gregson Centre, Lancaster

 

St. Patrick’s Ceilidh

Traditional folk music and dancing from a band comprised of students at Lancaster Uni.

Friday March 15, 7:30pm, Gregson Centre, Lancaster

 

Rosie Jones – Triple Threat

The comedian’s latest stand-up routine.

Friday March 15, 7:30pm, Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

 

Fleeting Rumours

The North’s premier tribute band to Fleetwood Mac, covering all decades of their back catalogue, including the early years with Peter Green.

Friday March 15, 7:30pm, The Platform, Morecambe

 

A Night at the Great Hall: A Celebration of the Lancaster Music Scene in Words and Music

A live interview with Barry Lucas – the former university entertainments manager responsible for turning Lancaster University into one of the great gig venues of the 1970s and 1980s – followed by performances by five contemporary rock and pop artists.

Saturday March 16, The Great Hall, Lancaster University, 5.30pm

 

Green Days

A tribute to Green Day, with all the hits.

Saturday March 16, doors 7pm, Kanteena, Lancaster

 

Club Tropicana

The UK's Biggest 80s Night!

Saturday March 16, doors 10pm

 

FRIEND (The One with Gunther)

Brendan Murphy’s Worldwide Comedy Award winning show, featuring one man, 70 minutes, 10 seasons, and the entire 236 episodes of the hit 90s TV show retold through the eyes of Central Perk’s very own ‘seventh Friend’.

Saturday March 16, 7:30pm, The Dukes, Lancaster

 

Promenade Concert Orchestra presents Music From the Palm Court

The Promenade Court Orchestra returns for its annual Music from the Palm Court concert with melodies to celebrate the great days of music in the spas and watering places of England of the 1950s.

Sunday March 17, 3pm, The Platform, Morecambe

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