Here is the latest entertainment news in brief.
A festival showcasing the world’s greatest adventure and climbing short films is heading for the Lancaster Grand. The Reel Rock Film Tour will screen on October 2. The films will showcase Alpine legends, climbing icons and adventurers. Call 01524 64695 for more information.
A tribute to US galm rock super group KISS is coming to the Queens Hotel on Morecambe promenade. Krazy Knights will play live on Saturday, September 28 rocking the stage with all the classic hits including ‘God Gave Rock ‘n’ Roll to You’. Contact the Queens or the Pier Hotel for more information.
A new photo exhibition traces ghosts of the Pendle Witches and the plight of the endangered hen harrier. The photographs are of ‘Ghost Bird’, a powerful atmospheric, silent outdoor walking performance and live art installation which took place last year as part of the Pendle Witch Trials’ 400th anniversary. The exhibition will be shown from October 7 to December 6 at Lancaster University’s Peter Scott Gallery.
A concert version of HMS Pinafore will mark the debut of the St Barnabas G&S (Gilbert and Sullivan) Singers on Friday, September 27 at 7.30pm in St Barnabas Church, Regent Road, Morecambe. Tickets are £6 each to include tea/coffee or wine, available local Visitor Information Centres or from St Barnabas’ Church shop.