Entertainment listings: 12/09/13

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This week’s entertainment listings.

THURSDAY

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon musicians busk for their breakfast (daily); 12.30-3pm local musician; 5-7.30pm Boogie Bill Roberts hosts piano bar; 9pm-midnight Folk Night with Jon Harvison.

Ashtanga yoga with Grace, United Reformed Church, Bowerham Road, Lancaster, 6.30pm, 01524 381091.

Karaoke, Nowhere, Queen Street, Morecambe.

The Patronal Festival, Imogen Mechie with The Gist (a cappella male vocal group), Lancaster Priory, Priory Close, 8pm, £5, 01524 65338.

The Dukes Cinema, Lancaster – Alan Partridge, Alpha Papa 6.25pm; Three Colours: Blue (15) 8.30pm; £6/5 conc, u18s £4, 01524 598500.

Westmorland County Show, County Showfield, Crooklands, M6 Junction 36, 8am-5pm, www.westmorlandshow.co.uk.

LADOS presents Grease, Lancaster Grand, 7.30pm, family (2+2) £35, £11/9 conc, 01524 64695.

National Heritage Open Days, F&M Hall, Carnforth Station, Archives on Display.

Talk: New Acquisitions to The King’s Own Royal Regiment Museum, New Street entrance of Lancaster City Museum, 1pm and 7.30pm.

Tours of the Midland Hotel, Morecambe, noon and 3pm, 01524 424000.

Heritage Open Days, a host of historic venues open their doors for the public to explore and learn more about their heritage and history, further information from 01524 582808/582394.

Heritage Open Days, Sunderland Point, Sambo’s Grave, 11am-4pm, impassible at high tide, 01524 582808 for details.

The Priory: Roman Bath House and Wery Wall, 10am-4pm, St Mary’s Parade, Lancaster, 01524 582808.

Stonewell Tavern, Church Street, Lancaster, French Connection, 3pm.

Lancaster’s Historic Charters Exhibition, Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, 10am-5pm, free admission.

FRIDAY

Last Night of the Proms by Wesley Methodist Church featuring the Pilling Jubilee Silver Band and Wendy Sharrock (soprano), at the Platform, Morecambe, 7pm, £9, 01524 582803.

Jay Ellis sings in the lounge bar of the Trimpell Club, Out Moss Lane, Morecambe, 8pm.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon musicians busk for their breakfast (daily); 2-3pm the Robert Gillow Ukele Club led by Sue Parish, £3; 5-7.30pm Sue Parish plays piano; 9pm-mightnight: MiniKing Go Accoustic.

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

The Dukes Cinema, Lancaster – Call Girl 5.40pm; The Way, Way Back 8.30pm; £6/5 conc, u18s £4, 01524 598500.

LADOS presents Grease, Lancaster Grand, 7.30pm, family (2+2) £35, £11/9 conc, 01524 64695.

National Heritage Open Days, F&M Hall, Carnforth Station, Archives on Display.

Guided tour of Bowerham Barracks, University of Cumbria, Bowerham Road, Lancaster, 11am, 3pm and 7.30pm, 01524 555619.

The Priory: Roman Bath House and Wery Wall, 10am-4pm, St Mary’s Parade, Lancaster, 01524 582808.

Stonewell Tavern, Church Street, Lancaster, Lynchpin.

Lancaster’s Historic Charters Exhibition, Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, 10am-5pm, free admission.

SATURDAY

For Those about to Rock 2013 – Livewire, the AC/DC Show and The ZZ Tops (18+), at the Platform, Morecambe, 7.30pm, £18, 01524 582803.

Lucy Porter, comedy at the Dukes, Lancaster, £14/12 conc, 01524 598500.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon musicians busk for their breakfast (daily); 3-5.30pm Bill and Phil’s Piano Bar; 6-8.30pm Chansons with Xtoff; 9pm-midnight Rob Bee and The Cruise Chip Cabaret.

The Patronal Festival, Lancaster Priory Choir and Festival Orchestra with Andrew Wickens (baritone) and Ian Pattinson (organ), Lancaster Priory, Priory Close, 7.30pm, £15/12/5 students, 01524 65338.

Cross Bay Walk with VSO, Arnside 12.30pm to Grange, 01772 683701 for further details.

LADOS presents Grease, Lancaster Grand, 2.30pm £9, 7.30pm, family (2+2) £35, £11/9 conc, 01524 64695.

The Witherslack Group Annual Art Exhibition, Barwick Hall (next to the church), Witherslack, 10am-5pm, free admission.

National Heritage Open Days, F&M Hall, Carnforth Station, Archives on Display.

Dalton Square and the Friarage Guided Walk, meet at Queen Victoria Statue, Dalton Square, 1.30pm.

Meet the First World War Soldier, King’s Own Royal Regiment Museum, Lancaster City Museum, 1.30-4pm.

Heritage Open Days, Beyond the Castle Guided Walk, 9am and 11am, meet at Nice Bar, The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, contact 01524 62166, claire.dean@lit​fest.org.

Heritage Open Days, Lancaster Town Hall, 10am, 11am, noon, 1pm, 2pm, 01524 582000.

Cross Bay Walk, from Gibraltar Farm Caravan Park, Silverdale at 1.30pm to Flookburgh, Alan Sledmore.

Stonewell Tavern, Church Street, Lancaster, 3pm Chas Ambler on piano, Magic Soundabout.

Lancaster’s Historic Charters Exhibition, Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, 10am-5pm, free admission.

SUNDAY

Morecambe Vintage Day, vintage vehicle rally, art deco guided walks and a vintage tea room, classic motorcycle display at the Winter Gardens, 01524 582808 for information.

Heritage Open Top Bus rides, from the Platform, Morecambe, 10.30am and 1.30pm, 01524 582808.

Art Deco Guided Walk, meet at the Platform, Morecambe, 11am, 01524 582808.

John D sings in the lounge bar of the Trimpell Club, Out Moss Lane, Morecambe 6pm.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Lancaster Jazz Festival, the big jazz breakfasts; 12.30-3pm The Sun Street Stompers; 3-5pm Bill and Phil’s Piano Bar; 5-9pm Max’s Blues Club; 9pm-midnight Jonnies on The Roof Top.

Vintage Village Hall and Tea Room, the Platform, Morecambe, 10am-4pm, free entry.

The Dukes Cinema, Lancaster – The Way, Way Back 7.30pm; £6/5 conc, u18s £4, 01524 598500; Film Quiz in the bar 8pm.

Nina Conti, Dolly Mixtures, Lancaster Grand, 7.30pm, £18, 01524 64695.

The Witherslack Group Annual Art Exhibition, Barwick Hall (next to the church), Witherslack, 10am-5pm, free admission.

National Heritage Open Days, F&M Hall, Carnforth Station, Archives on Display.

Morecambe Town Hall tour, 2.30pm, 01524 582000.

Lancaster Jazz Festival the best in contemporary jazz from around the UK, venues include Lancaster Brewery, The Dukes, The Hall China Street, the Robert Gillow, the Dalton Rooms, and the Borough, see the full programme at www.lancasterja​zz.com.

MONDAY

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Lancaster Jazz Festival, the big jazz breakfasts; 9pm-midnight Modern Jazz Monday hosted by Swerve Trio.

Lancaster Jazz Festival the best in contemporary jazz from around the UK, venues include Lancaster Brewery, The Dukes, The Hall China Street, the Robert Gillow, the Dalton Rooms, and the Borough, see the full programme at www.lancasterja​zz.com.

Lunchtime Lecture, Judges’Lodgings, Lancaster, 1pm, booking for talks is essential, free event, 01524 32808.

Poulton and Morecambe PACT meeting, Morecambe Library, 4-5pm.

The Dukes Cinema, Lancaster – The Way, Way Back 6.15pm; Call Girl 8.30pm; £6/5 conc, u18s £4, 01524 598500.

The Witherslack Group Annual Art Exhibition, Barwick Hall (next to the church), Witherslack, 10am-5pm, free admission.

Film Night, F&M Hall, Carnforth Station, 7.30pm, 01524 735165.

Lancaster’s Historic Charters Exhibition, Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, 10am-5pm, free admission.

TUESDAY

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Lancaster Jazz Festival, the big jazz breakfasts; 9pm-midnight Salmagundi Tuesdays, Andrzej Baranek (keys), Frank Grime (bass) and Sue Parish.

Karaoke, Friary and Firkin, Lancaster.

The Dukes Cinema, Lancaster – The Way, Way Back 6.15pm; What Maisie Knew 8.30pm; £6/5 conc, u18s £4, 01524 598500.

Fun Sail, Bay Sea School, Back Calton Street, Morecambe, 9am-noon, £50 per person, 2-3 hour taster session in 22-foot yacht, 07721 891615.

Steps2Health Walks, Happy Mount Park, Bare, Morecambe, 1-3pm, friendly led walk with a group.

Psychic Night, Regent Leisure Park, Westgate, Morecambe, 7pm, £5, pay on the door, raising funds for Galloway’s Society for the Blind, 01524 414846.

Lancaster’s Historic Charters Exhibition, Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, 10am-5pm, free admission.

WEDNESDAY

Stonewell Open Mic Night, Church Street, Lancaster.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Lancaster Jazz Festival, the big jazz breakfasts; 12.30-3pm lunch with Robin May acoustic guitar folk, jazz and pop classics; 8.30pm-1am Poke School; 9pm-midnight Two Double Basses do Jazz with Adverse Camber.

Elkie Brooks in Concert, Lancaster Grand Theatre, 7.30pm,

£22, 01524 64695.

Talk: Life in Lancaster’s Debtors’ Prison, Lancaster Castle, Shire Hall, 7.30pm, Dr Graham Kemp,

Assistant Manager at the castle, will provide an insightful, interesting and humorous account of what life was like inside ‘Hansbrow’s Hotel’, £2.50/1.50, booking essential on 01524 64998.

Karaoke, Nowhere, Queen Street, Morecambe, 9pm-1am.

The Dukes Cinema, Lancaster – What Maisie Knew 6.20pm;

The Way, Way Back 8.30pm; £6/5 conc, u18s £4, 01524 598500.

Lunchtime Organ Concert with Charles Edmondson (Kendal),

Ashton Hall, doors open 12.15pm, concert 12.40-1.30pm,

free admission with retiring collection.

Fun Sail, Bay Sea School, Back Calton Street, Morecambe, 9am-noon, £50 per person, 2-3 hour taster session in 22-foot yacht, 07721 891615.

Morecambe Winter Gardens Tour, 2-3pm.

The Witherslack Group Annual Art Exhibition,

Barwick Hall (next to the church), Witherslack, 10am-5pm, free admission.