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What's On Guide W/C September 18

Roger McGough will be part of the second Morecambe Poetry Festival

Here is your guide to What's On in the local area over the coming week.

The Bench - A Tale from Paradise Heights 

From the award winning writer and director of The Haunting of Blaine Manor, a comedy of love, life and loss. 16+ with adult language and themes. 

Wednesday September 20, 7:30pm, The Platform, Morecambe


One Night in Dublin 

The Wild Murphys celebrate Irish classics with tracks including Galway Girl, Tell Me Ma, Dirty Old Town, The Irish Rover, Brown Eyed Girl, Seven Drunken Nights, and many more. 

Thursday September 21, 7:30pm, Lancaster Grand


I’m Muslamic Don’t Panik 

An intimate spectacle of identity, where being British, Iranian and a hp-hop head collide. A joyful evening of dance theatre. 

Thursday September 21, 7:45pm, The Dukes, Lancaster


The Offspin vs Some 41 

A night of tributes to The Offspring and Sum 41 in an evening of total pop punk heaven. 

Friday September 22, doors from 7pm, Kanteena, Lancaster


Morecambe Poetry Festival  

The second festival features a stellar line-up including Carol Ann Duffy, Roger McGough, Jackie Kay , Brian Bilston and Henry Normal and many more. 

Friday – Sunday September 22-24, Winter Gardens and Johnny's Warehouse Bar, Morecambe 


Hymns for Robots present ‘System Reboot’ 

Electronic Music Festival Live and DJ sets from some serious names on the modern electronica scene.

Saturday September 23, doors 3:30pm, The Storey, Lancaster


Laid - James Tribute Band  

Outstanding tribute to the North West indie legends returns with all the hits. 

Saturday September 23, doors from 7pm, Kanteena, Lancaster


Gospel Bayfest  

Live Issue from Northern Ireland will be the host band for the weekend, joined by The Hanna Family, Alex Robb, Victoria Salt, Roy Dreaning and Colin Elliott. 

Friday to Sunday September 22-24, The Platform, Morecambe


Colour Dash  

Beyond Radio is delighted to be your hosts for one of the most colourful fundraising events of the year, organised by and in aid of St John’s Hospice. 

A fun family event in which people run or walk a 3.1 mile route in white T-shirts, while being doused with packets of powdered paint! All entries receive a t-shirt to wear during the dash plus a finisher's medal at the end. 

Sunday September 24, Morecambe central Promenade

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