Entertainment listings: 16/01/14

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THURSDAY

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, performed by The University of Cumbria, The Duke’s Theatre, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £8/6 conc, 01524 598500.

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster; 2pm Le Week-End (15); 6.25pm Marius (PG); 8.30pm Fanny (PG); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Old time and modern sequence dancing, The Platform, Morecambe, 2-4pm, £2.80.

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

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 12.30-3pm lunch with local musician; 5-7.30pm Boogie Bill Roberts hosts Piano Bar; 9pm-midnight Folk Night with Room Full of Mirrors.

Everything Under the Sun, exhibition of photographs from the Morecambe Publicity Archive from the mid 20th Century, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, £3/2 conc, 01524 382264.

Exhibition, It’s About Time, artist David Herrod, The Thomas Storey Gallery, NICE Bar, Storey Building, Lancaster, 10am-7pm, free entry.

Beloved – Photographic Exhibition, City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster, shot in cemeteries around Lancashire by Darren Andrews, 10am-5pm.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

Kurt Schwitters – His Journeys and Life in The Lake District, Dukes Gallery, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 6-10pm, 01524 598500.

FRIDAY

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, performed by The University of Cumbria, The Duke’s Theatre, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £10/8 conc, 01524 598500.

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster; 6pm Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom (12A); 9pm scratch and sniff Wicker Man (18); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

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

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Winter Gardens, Morecambe, 7pm, with Limelight Theatre, adult £10, child £5, family £25, 01524 582808.

Spotlight Event (Litfest), The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, 8pm, cabaret style live literature night, open mic 8.30-9pm, £4/2 conc.

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

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 2-3pm Ukele Club £3; 5-7.30pm Sue Parish Plays Piano; 9pm-midnight Boogie Bill and Friends.

Iphigenia, Lancaster Castle, 7.30pm, a very rare chance to see The Rose Company’s production of Lady Jane Lumley’s early-modern adaptation of Euripides’ Iphigenia, £5 payment to be made in cash on the door but reserve from https://docs.go​ogle.com/forms/​d/1z1JS_DX7S7NW​azrjIfEE-UwRc6m​UrXo2nh1BQE2q2g​0/viewform.

Everything Under the Sun, exhibition of photographs from the Morecambe Publicity Archive from the mid 20th Century, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, £3/2 conc, 01524 382264.

Exhibition, It’s About Time, artist David Herrod, The Thomas Storey Gallery, NICE Bar, Storey Building, Lancaster, 10am-7pm, free entry.

Beloved – Photographic Exhibition, City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster, shot in cemeteries around Lancashire by Darren Andrews, 10am-5pm.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

Kurt Schwitters – His Journeys and Life in The Lake District, Dukes Gallery, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 6-10pm, 01524 598500.

SATURDAY

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, performed by The University of Cumbria, The Duke’s Theatre, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £10/8 conc, 01524 598500.

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster; 5pm The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (12A); 8.10pm Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom (12A); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

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

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Winter Gardens, Morecambe, 2.30pm and 7pm, with Limelight Theatre, adult £10, child £5, family £25, 01524 582808.

The Difference, Lancaster’s Grand Theatre, 7pm, an evening of exciting praise and intimate worship, £4/5, 01524 64695.

Bird watching walk at Glasson Dock, 8-10am, with Canal and River Trust, contact David Hennessey on 07500 606030.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 3-5.30pm Bill and Phil’s Piano Bar; 6-8.30pm Cool Jazz with Victoria Morris; 9pm-midnight Djangobop.

Everything Under the Sun, exhibition of photographs from the Morecambe Publicity Archive from the mid 20th Century, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, £3/2 conc, 01524 382264.

Exhibition, It’s About Time, artist David Herrod, The Thomas Storey Gallery, NICE Bar, Storey Building, Lancaster, 10am-7pm, free entry.

Beloved – Photographic Exhibition, City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster, shot in cemeteries around Lancashire by Darren Andrews, 10am-5pm.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

Wassailing in Fairfield Orchard, end of Sunnyside Lane, Lancaster, 3-5pm, old Twelfth Night celebration, come dressed as the Oak King or Apple Queen, suggested donation of £1, Andrew Brennand 01524 542795.

Kurt Schwitters – His Journeys and Life in The Lake District, Dukes Gallery, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 6-10pm, 01524 598500.

SUNDAY

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster; 3pm Bolshoi Ballet Live Screening: Jewels, £13/12 conc; 7pm Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom (12A), £6/5 conc; 01524 598500.

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

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

To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day, a journey around Lancaster entitled Exploring The Journeys Of Strangers And Neighbours, from the Jewish Rooms at Lancaster University Chaplaincy Centre, further information from Robbie Smith at robbie.rob.smith1@gmail.com.

Work party on Northern Reaches, meet Millness yard on A65, 9.30am, restore Hincaster Tunnel approaches and tidy Lancaster Canal Trust stables and paddock, contact Keith Tassart on 07747 366084.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 12.30-3pm The Sun Street Stompers; 3-5pm Bill and Phil’s Piano Bar; 5-9pm Max’s Blues Club.

Everything Under the Sun, exhibition of photographs from the Morecambe Publicity Archive from the mid 20th Century, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, £3/2 conc, 01524 382264.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

MONDAY

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster; 6.15pm The Wicker Man (18); 8.20pm Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom (12A); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Chattercakes, every Monday at Morecambe Library, 10am-noon, make new friends, share recipes and natter, all welcome.

Police and Communities Together meeting, Morecambe Library, 4-5pm.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 9pm-midnight Modern Jazz Monday hosted by Swerve Trio.

Everything Under the Sun, exhibition of photographs from the Morecambe Publicity Archive from the mid 20th Century, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, £3/2 conc, 01524 382264.

Beloved – Photographic Exhibition, City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster, shot in cemeteries around Lancashire by Darren Andrews, 10am-5pm.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

Exhibition, It’s About Time, artist David Herrod, The Thomas Storey Gallery, NICE Bar, Storey Building, Lancaster, 10am-7pm, free entry.

Kurt Schwitters, artist, poet, composer and author – His Journeys and Life in The Lake District, Dukes Gallery, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 6-10pm, 01524 598500.

TUESDAY

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 9pm-midnight Salmagundi Tuesday hosted by Sue Parish and Jon Moore with guest acts.

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster; 2pm Philomena (12A); 6.15pm Night Of The Demon (PG); 8.20pm Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom (12A); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Beloved – Photographic Exhibition, City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster, shot in cemeteries around Lancashire by Darren Andrews, 10am-5pm.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

Everything Under the Sun, exhibition of photographs from the Morecambe Publicity Archive from the mid 20th Century, Lancaster Maritime Museum, St George’s Quay, £3/2 conc, 01524 382264.

WEDNESDAY

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 12.30-3pm lunch with a local musician; 8.30pm-1am Poker School with Steve Wintersgill.

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, The Duke’s Theatre, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £8/6 conc, 01524 598500.

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster; 2pm Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom (12A); 6.10pm Fill The Void (U); 8.10pm The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (12A); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Art in the Park, Williamson Park, Lancaster, with artist Janet Mary Robinson, for all abilities, 10.30am-12.30pm, £10 per session, 07786 868783, email her on jmr@jmr.org.uk.

Beloved – Photographic Exhibition, City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster, shot in cemeteries around Lancashire by Darren Andrews, 10am-5pm.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.