“The kids cry when they don’t get a dead rat.”
There are only a few tickets left for a haunted night like no other.
BBC coverage of Morecambe’s “splendid and faintly ridiculous” steampunk festival helped bring in thousands, said organisers.
Readers have submitted their suggestions for their favourite music shops in the area.
When King Charles I was executed in January 1649, it ended seven years of bitter civil war and led to a new era of English parliamentary government.
Following an online vote, with pubs suggested by readers, here are the results of top real ale houses in the region.
Life in post-war 1950s London is full of hope and promise for two East End girls… but there are dark forces at large which threaten to destroy their new beginnings.
Here is a list of fun events coming up this weekend.
Wild families are invited to take part in a variety of spooky activities at RSPB Leighton Moss and Morecambe Bay nature reserve this half term holidays.
The private and unpublished letters of Sir Humphry Davy will be unearthed at a free public lecture from Lancaster University this month.
This Halloween offers something a bit different to the mix in Morecambe.
It can be tough being a teenager – raging hormones, acne, exams, the pressures of social media, nosebleeds, telekinesis...
It’s all systems go at publishers Quercus as they gear up for the unveiling of The Reading Group, an exciting new ebook series by Della Parker, a novelist, short story writer and the agony aunt for Writers’ Forum magazine.
The Plague is rampant in the summer heat of London in 1665 and the king has fled the city… but royal spy Thomas Chaloner has murder on his mind.
The Siege of Sarajevo, which lasted 1,425 days from April 1992 to February 1996, was the longest siege of a capital city in the history of modern warfare and one of the cruellest events in the vicious war in Bosnia…
Known as Britain’s lewdest, crudest and boldest comedian, Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown is set to entertain Lancaster audiences with his 40th anniversary tour.
Children are spoilt for choice this autumn with a selection of wonderful books that take us from the world’s highest mountains and strangest animals to extraordinary rabbit warrens hidden deep below the teeming city of London.
Twenty-three novels in and this lady is not for turning… soft!
Event organisers, A Wing, who turned Williamson Park into a mini festival with Hacienda Classical, are keeping tight lipped about a future event.
Online readers have submitted suggestions for the best real ale pubs in the area.
The bygone era will be celebrated this week – but there is a punk twist.
Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones jog around Florence in a bid to stop half the world getting killed by Dante- obsessed nutty Billionaire Bertrand Zobrist`s plague-virus.
Remember, remember, the Fifth of November…
A punk festival will help raise vital funds for the Lancaster and District Homeless Action Service.
Lancaster Music Festival was a runaway success so now a singer wants the same thing for Morecambe.
The green valleys and rugged limestone outcrops of the Yorkshire Dales form the stunning backdrop to a beautiful tale of family ties, love, hope and hardship from popular storyteller Diane Allen.
Explosions of sweets, crowdsurfers, a feminist mouse circus, dancing witches, sparkly spandex, laser head experiences, and music, music, music.
Music fans will do a double-take this Friday (October 21) when top tributes to three legends perform at a Morecambe pub.
Best known for his brilliant New York detective Callum Doyle crime thrillers, David Jackson moves nearer to his Wirral home for an exciting new police series set amongst the back streets of Liverpool.
Here is a list of 10 fun things to do next weekend.
My wife recently undertook an ambitious project – completing a 1,000-piece jigsaw of a marina near Marseille.
Sci-fi fans are breathless with anticipation following the release of another trailer for the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Throughout history mankind has been witness to thousands of strange, unexplained ancient mysteries and events, as well as mysterious phenomena.
The Gruffalo is back and he’s hungry! Get ready to feast on an exciting new autumn collection of inspirational reads from Macmillan Children’s Books.
Lancaster indie folk trio The Woodsmen will play their last shows as a full band at the music festival.
Thousands of people are expected to visit Lancaster this weekend for the city’s annual music festival.
There’ll be a huge blast from the past for Lancaster music lovers this weekend when a popular city band from the 1980s reunite for a big show on the castle stage.
A festival where costumed characters celebrate a bygone era is all set to go prime time on BBC TV.
Why would a young mother deliberately throw herself from the top of a multi-storey car park… and why are her friends reluctant to talk?
Get ready for a fright. Here are some spooky ideas of where to go for a scream!
Music lovers got a chance to find out more about their instrumental community during a fun day.
Happy Feet Theatre School has announced it is excited to introduce to audiences old and new their production of ‘That’s Entertainment 2016’.
The Dukes outdoor walkabout production of The Hobbit has won a prestigious UK Theatre Award.
Fashion week turns to murder week in an exciting debut crime thriller from an author who has swapped glamour for grit.
A great story for children at bedtime.
This is the story of a woman who is striving for an idyllic, happy, life with her partner and newborn baby.
Here is a list of fun events coming up.
The Government has stepped into the row over Lancashire’s controversial plan to shut 21 libraries to save money.
This book has been published in conjunction with the Catchup charity to encourage children to read.