Entertainment listings

Entertainment listings.
Entertainment listings.

This week’s entertainment listings.

FRIDAY

LADOS presents Oliver, The Grand, Lancaster, 7.15pm, prices and tickets from 01524 64695.

The Life and Times of Mitchell and Kenyon, The Dukes, Lancaster, 7.30pm, prices and tickets from 01524 598500.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon breakfast music with local musicians; 11.30am-12.30pm Ukelele Club (newer strummers) with Sue Parish; 2-3pm Ukelele Club (experienced strummers) with Sue Parish; 5-7.30pm Sue Parish Plays Piano; 9pm-midnight The Dan Ray Band.

Bradford Arms, Queen Street, Morecambe, karaoke with Deano, 8pm-2am.

Karaoke with DJ Paul, Wm Mitchell, Westgate, Morecambe, 8.30pm.

Cocktail Masterclass, NICE Bar, The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, 7pm, £15, 01524 509094.

Lounge Piano at the Midland Hotel, Morecambe, with Ray Evans, 7-10pm, free admission.

SATURDAY

After Dark Entertainment presents: A Courtroom Murder Mystery at Lancaster Castle, £22.50 includes hot pot supper, 01524 64998 to book.

LADOS presents Oliver, The Grand, Lancaster, 2.15pm and 7.15pm, prices and tickets from 01524 64695.

The Life and Times of Mitchell and Kenyon, The Dukes, Lancaster, 2pm and 7.30pm, prices and tickets from 01524 598500.

Willy Wonka’s Candylicious Ball, The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, 7.30pm, in aid of St John’s Hospice, further information from 01524 382538, http://www.sjho​spice.org.uk.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon breakfast music with local musicians; 3-5.30pm Bill and Phil host Jazz Cafe; 6-8.30pm Anita Anderson and Friends; 9pm-midnight Megan S and support.

Spotlight Writing Workshop – Splicing Verses: Cut Ups, Fold Ins and Other Violent Techniques, The Gregson Centre, Moorgate, Lancaster, 1-3pm, £5, free to unwaged, booking essential on 01524 381642.

Live entertainment, Wm Mitchell, Westgate, Morecambe, from 9pm.

Bradford Arms, Queen Street, Morecambe, karaoke with Deano, 8pm-2am.

Garstang Walking Festival – Bowland to Bay, walks for all abilities throughout the week, visit Garstang Centre on 01995 602125 or email tic@wyre.gov.uk.

Claughton Estate Walk, a walk with the owners of the estate, please bring midge repellent and wear dull coloured outer clothing for walking through the woodland, booking essential, Garstang Centre on 01995 602125 or email tic@wyre.gov.uk £3/£2.

Meet the Keeper, Butterfly House, Williamson Park, Lancaster, 11am.

State of Verbal Undress, The Centre, Low Road, Halton, 7pm, tickets include supper, adults £12, conc £10, children £6.

Moulettes, alternative folk-rock band, More Music, The Hothouse, 13-17 Devonshire Road, Morecambe, 8pm, £85 in advance, 01524 831997.

Carnforth Choral Society Spring Concert, Christ Church, Broadway, Morecambe, 7pm, £8, 01524 730089.

Ribble Steam Museum Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

SUNDAY

Return of the Grumpy Old Women – Fifty Shades of Beige, The Grand, Lancaster, 8pm, £20, 01524 64695.

The Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 4pm NT Encore screening of King Lear (12A), £13/12 conc; 8.15pm The Double (15), £6/5 conc; 01524 598500.

Morecambe Brass Band, Happy Mount Park, Bare, Morecambe, 2.30pm, free.

Vintage and Handmade Market, The Boys and Girls Club, Dallas Road, Lancaster, 9am-1pm, home-made refreshments.

Lancaster and District Conservation Volunteers, Great Wood School, Bare, Morecambe, maintenance of woodland, contact David and Liz Alexander, 01524 412938 (7-9pm).

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon breakfast music with local musicians; 12.30-3pm The Sun Street Stompers; 3-5pm Bill and Phil host Jazz Cafe; 5-9pm Max’s Blues Club; 9pm-midnight Literature and Lyrics with David Kelly.

Car boot sale for Dallam School PTA, Crooklands Farm, Crooklands, 8am, £5 per car, £7.50 per van, 015395 61438.

Garstang Walking Festival – Bowland to Bay, walks for all abilities throughout the week, visit Garstang Centre on 01995 602125 or email tic@wyre.gov.uk.

With One Voice, join Anni Tracy, leader of Dot Crotchet and the Raging Harmonies, Lune Valley Voices and Bowland Community Choir, and guests for a day of glorious harmony singing and laughter, More Music, Devonshire Road, Morecambe, 10am-4pm, £15, book in advance, 01524 831997.

Gresgarth Hall Gardens, Caton, 11am-5pm, £8 adults, accompanied children free, no dogs.

Morecambe Half Marathon, meet at The Fayre and Square Pub, Marine Road Central, 11am, in aid of St John’s Hospice, register at www.lancaster-race-series.co.u​k.

Meet the Keeper, Butterfly House, Williamson Park, Lancaster, 11am.

Lancaster Comedy Club, The Borough, Dalton Square, Lancaster, £9 on the night, £7 in advance, £12.75 meal deal, 01524 64170.

Evening Organ Recital with Jonathon Scott, The Priory Church, Lancaster, 8pm, £5 on the door.

Coffee morning, Lancaster University Babylab, 10am-1pm, learn about Babylab’s research, free event, 01524 592941, www.lancaster.ac.uk/babylab.

MONDAY

The Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 6.15pm The Double (15); 8.20pm The Raid 2 (15); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Talk by Sarah Rose, Community History in Action: The Victoria County History of Cumbria Project, Maritime Museum, Custom House, St George’s Quay, Lancaster, 1pm, booking essential on 01524 382264.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon breakfast music with local musicians; 9pm-midnight Modern Jazz Mondays featuring Swerve Trio.

Belly dancing classes with Desna, The Gregson, Moorgate, Lancaster, 7-8pm, 07966 504931.

Feminist Movie Mondays, The Gregson, Moorgate, Lancaster, 8-10pm, 01524 849959.

Garstang Walking Festival – Bowland to Bay, walks for all abilities throughout the week, visit Garstang Centre on 01995 602125 or email tic@wyre.gov.uk.

Exhibition – How to get ahead in the theatre, porcelain carvings that are purely the product of local artist Alan Ward’s imagination, The Dukes Gallery, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 01524 598500 to check opening times.

Mud and Tide Exhibition, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay.

Ribble Steam Museum Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

TUESDAY

Lunchtime concert at the Platform, Morecambe, with Galloway’s Choir, 12.45-1.30pm, free event.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon breakfast music with local musicians; 9pm-midnight Salmagundi with Sue Parish and Jon Moore.

Morecambe and Lancaster Branch of the Royal Air Forces Association, Headway Hotel, Marine Road East, Morecambe, 1.45pm, talk by Pad Modley, former Tiller Girl.

The Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 2pm The Wrinkles (15); 6.15pm The Double (15); 8.30pm The Raid 2 (15); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Talk, 1917-1918 on the Western Front, the Adult College, Quarry Road, Lancaster, 10-11.30am, £9.90, 0845 600 1331 to enrol, www.lancashire.​gov.uk/adultlea​rning.

Talk, First World War: Causes and Effects, 6.30-8.30pm, 0845 600 1331 to enrol, www.lancashire.​gov.uk/adultlea​rning.

Flaunt it Cabaret, More Music, Devonshire Road, Morecambe, 1.30-3.30pm, suitable for people with learning disability, hosted by pianist Boogie Bill, £6, support workers free.

Food Quiz, NICE Restaurant, the Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, £9.95 per person, perfect for foodie fanatics with a passion for quizzes, 01524 509094.

Garstang Walking Festival, Bowland to Bay, walks for all abilities, further information from Garstang Centre on 01995 602125, email tic@wyre.gov.uk.

Mud and Tide Exhibition, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, paintings of Morecambe Bay and the Lune Estuary by Christine Leadbetter.

Ribble Steam Museum Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

WEDNESDAY

Blofeld and Baxter, two of the titans of UK cricket, the Grand Theatre, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £18.50/17.50, 01524 64695.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon breakfast music with local musicians; 12.30-2pm Lunch with Mendy: Melvin Dodds and Wendy Longworth perform as a due with guitar, trumpet and voice; 9pm-midnight Stuart Anthony; 9pm-midnight Lancaster Folk Club upstairs, bring and instrument and join the folk club scene.

Lunchtime organ recital, St John’s Church, North Road, Lancaster with Alistair MacEwen, doors open 12.15pm, concert 12.40-1.30pm, free entry.

The Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 7pm RSC Live Screening – Henry IV; £13/12 conc, 01524 598500.

Jigsaw _ Improvisation Workshop, music and movement, the Gregson, Moorgate, Lancaster, 3-5pm.

Unique Kidz and Co: Coffee and Cake, West End Impact, 4-10 Heysham Road, Morecambe, for children and young people with disabilities/special needs, 10am-noon.

Queen’s Hotel, Queen Street, Morecambe, karaoke with Deano, 8pm-1am.

Shattering Images Theatre for disabled young adults, the Dukes, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 9.30am-3pm, for ages 16+, 01524 598500.

Active Health Wednesday Walk, Salt Ayre Sports Centre, Lancaster, friendly led walk, 11am, free event, Donna Swarbrick, 01524 847540 ext 206.

Garstang Walking Festival, Bowland to Bay, walks for all abilities, further information from Garstang Centre on 01995 602125, email tic@wyre.gov.uk.

Mud and Tide Exhibition, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, paintings of Morecambe Bay and the Lune Estuary by Christine Leadbetter.