Entertainment listings

Entertainment listings.
Entertainment listings.

This week’s entertainment listings.

THURSDAY

The Rest Is History, the Dukes, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 7pm, 01524 598500.

Films at the Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 7.30pm Life On The Home Front (U); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon local musicians; 1-3pm Good Afternoon with Brendan Cronin; 5-7.30pm Boogie Bill’s Piano Bar; 9-11pm Protest Poetry with Steve ‘Spot’ Pottinger; 9pm-midnight Folk Night with Howard Haigh.

2020 Vision Street Gallery on Morecambe Arena.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Lancaster Castle, follow Lancaster Castle on Facebook to find out more.

WW1 and WW2 Paintings and Drawings, by David Hartnup, the Sanctuary Room, Lancaster Library.

Forgotten Voices: A Play By Malcolm Mckay, the Heron Theatre, Beetham, 7.30pm for age 12+, £8, www.theheronthe​atre.com, 01524 62819.

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

Ribble Steam Museum Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station. OXYOPIA, Exhibition by Benjamin Oliver, the Ashton Memorial Gallery, Williamson Park, Lancaster.

Wes Martin, artist in Residence at Lancaster Castle, a painting a day.

The Stonewell Tavern, Church Street, Lancaster, French Connection 3pm, The Hairpiece Suite 9.30pm.

FRIDAY

Soul AM Motown and Northern Soul music, Rotunda Bar, Midland Hotel, Morecambe, 8pm. Free admission.

The Rest Is History, the Dukes, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 7pm, 01524 598500.

Films at the Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 6.10pm Under The Skin (15); 8.30pm Godzilla (12A); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

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

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

2020 Vision Street Gallery on Morecambe Arena.

A Corner of a Foreign Field – WW1 and WW2 Paintings and Drawings, by David Hartnup, the Sanctuary Room, Lancaster Library.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Lancaster Castle, follow Lancaster Castle on Facebook to find out more.

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

Forgotten Voices: A Play By Malcolm Mckay, the Heron Theatre, Beetham, 7.30pm, 01524 62819.

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

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

Spotlight, The Storey, Lancaster, doors open 8pm, £4.

The Stonewell Tavern, Church Street, Lancaster, Zolero, 9.30pm.

SATURDAY


Catch The Wind Kite Festival, Morecambe seafront, sky full of spectacular shapes and colours, music stage in front of the Platform, 01524 831997, email info@moremusic.​org.uk.

Little Mermaid Ballet, the Grand Theatre, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £17.50/15.50 conc, £10 child, 01524 64695.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Lancaster Castle, follow Lancaster Castle on Facebook to find out more.

Films at the Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 2pm RSC Encore – Henry IV Part 1 (12A); 7pm RSC Encore – Henry IV Part 2 (12A); £13/12 conc, 01524 598500.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon local musicians; 3-5.30pm Bill and Phil host Jazz Cafe.

Guided walk, The Train now Standing, meet at the Platform, Morecambe, 2pm, £3, Peter Wade, 01524 420905, no need to book.

Live entertainment, singer/band, Wm Mitchell, Westgate, Morecambe, from 9pm.

Cross Bay Walk with Cedric Robinson, Arnside to Kents Bank, in aid of Galloway’s, £10 per person, £5 for under 16s, email emma.russ@gallo​ways.org.uk, 01772 744148.

Follow the footsteps of your family in WW1, Lancaster Library and Lancaster and District Family History Group, 10am-noon, 01524 751504.

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

A Corner of a Foreign Field – WW1 and WW2 Paintings and Drawings, by David Hartnup, the Sanctuary Room, Lancaster Library.

2020 Vision Street Gallery on Morecambe Arena.

The Rest Is History, the Dukes, Moor Lane, Lancaster, 7pm, 01524 598500.

Midsummer Hothouse Ceilidh, More Music, the Hothouse, Devonshire Road, Morecambe, 7.30pm, £8/5, 01524 831997, www.moremusic.o​rg.uk.

The Stonewell Tavern, Church Street, Lancaster, Chas Ambler on piano 3pm, Sold to the Sky 9.30pm.

Lancaster and District Choral Society, Music for a Summer’s Evening, Lancaster Priory, £10/6 conc, 01524 582394.

SUNDAY

Catch The Wind Kite Festival, Morecambe seafront, music stage in front of the Platform showcasing local artists, stalls, workshops, 01524 831997, email info@moremusic.​org.uk.

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

Films at the Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 7.30pm Godzilla (12A); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Clearbeck Garden, Tatham, 11am-5pm, £3, children free.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon 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.

2020 Vision Street Gallery on Morecambe Arena.

Cross Bay Walk with Cedric Robinson, Arnside to Kents Bank, in aid of Galloway’s, £10 per person, £5 for under 16s, emma.russ@gallo​ways.org.uk, 01772 744148.

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

Charity Gardens Open Day, Heywood House, Littledale Road, Brookhouse, 1-5pm, £3.50.

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

The Stonewell Tavern, Church Street, Lancaster, Record Hop – Northern Soul Tunes 5pm.

MONDAY

Films at the Dukes Cinema, Moor Lane, Lancaster: 6pm Godzilla (12A); 8.35pm American Interior (12A); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster: 10am-noon local musicians; 9pm-midnight Modern Jazz Monday.

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

Celebrate Wimbledon with Afternoon Tea at Lancaster Castle, follow Lancaster Castle on Facebook to find out more.

A Corner of a Foreign Field – WW1 and WW2 Paintings and Drawings, by David Hartnup, the Sanctuary Room, Lancaster Library.

OXYOPIA, Exhibition by Benjamin Oliver, the Ashton Memorial Gallery, Williamson Park, Lancaster.