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Here is your weekly guide to entertainment in North Lancashire and Morecambe Bay.

Paul Smith: Pablo

The Scouse funnyman’s latest hilarious show. SOLD OUT but contact Box Office for waiting list.

Wed/Thurs May 15/16, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand


‘Hitchcock meets Lord of the Flies’ in this exciting new comedy-thriller by emerging writer Josie White.

Wed/Thurs May 15/16, 7:30pm, Dukes Lancaster.

The Amy Winehouse Band (Malt Room)

Amy’s original band celebrate her era defining music and live performances with the only completely authentic reimagining of the Amy Winehouse sound.

Steve Wickham & Ray Coen (Theatre)

Traditional Irish sounds.

Thursday May 16, 7:30pm, Kendal Brewery Arts Centre.

Wired for Sound

Stars In Your Eyes winner Jimmy Jemain performs his renowned Cliff Richard tribute.

Friday May 17, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand.

Jessica Fostekew: Mettle

A brand new stand-up show about passion, pace and purpose from the critically-acclaimed comic.

Friday, May 17, 8pm, Dukes Lancaster.

Malin Lewis

Innovative Scottish influenced music.

Friday May 17, 7:30pm, Kendal Brewery Arts Centre.

The Big Easy

Friday May 17, 8pm, Zeffirellis, Ambleside

The Bohemians - Queen Greatest Hits Tour 2024

A comprehensive re-enactment of Queens greatest hits by one of the best tributes on the circuit.

Saturday May 18, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand.

The Retrosettes Duo

Saturday May 18, 8pm, Zeffirellis, Ambleside

Festa Italia

Various events from Saturday May 18 to Sunday May 26, including free outdoor music concert in Market Square on May 25 at 7.30pm and 'Gran Finale' day of activities in city centre on May 26

Promenade Concert Orchestra - Ernest Tomlinson Centenary Celebrations

A programme to celebrate the centenary of the birth of one of UK’s well-known light music composers.

Sunday May 19, 3pm, Morecambe Platform

Things We Do For Love

A revival of the classic West End hit comedy, produced by Bowness Theatre Festival.

Various dates – May 17 – June 1, Old Laundry Theatre, Bowness-on-Windermere

Guys & Dolls

Presented By Barrow Operatic and Dramatic Society.

Tues-Sat, May 14-18, The Forum, Barrow.

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