Entertainment listings: 04/03/14

Eric Morecambe statue.
Eric Morecambe statue.

This week’s entertainment listings.

WEDNESDAY

Studio Footlights present The Women who Cooked her Husband, The Storey, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £6, 01524 64695.

An August Bank Holiday Lark, The Dukes, Lancaster, 2pm and 7.30pm, prices and tickets from 01524 598500.

Othello, The Shire Hall, Lancaster Castle, 7pm for 7.30pm, £26/24, limited numbers 60 per performance, 01524 64998.

The Robert Gillow, Market Street, Lancaster, 10am-noon Musical Breakfast; 12.30-3pm lunch with local musician; 8.30pm-1am Poker School; 9pm-midnight Stuart Anthony acoustic guitar.

Queens Hotel, Queen Street, Morecambe, karaoke with Deano, 8pm-1am.

Carnforth and District Art Society Exhibition, Carnforth Railway Tearooms, 10am-4pm, free entry.

Art in the Park, Williamson Park, Lancaster, with artist Janet Mary Robinson, for beginners to experienced, 10.30am–12.30pm, £10 per session, 07786 868783, email jmr@jmr.org.uk.

Lunchtime Organ Concert, Trinity URC, High Street, Lancaster, recital by Dr Colin Parsons, doors open 12.15pm, recital from 12.40-1.30pm, free entry, donations accepted.

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 photographer Darren Andrews, 10am-5pm.

Exhibition, Wu Chi-Tsung: Recalibrate, split-site between Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University and The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, landscape, nature and the urban environment.

THURSDAY

Othello, The Shire Hall, Lancaster Castle, 7pm for 7.30pm, £26/24, limited numbers 60 per performance, 01524 64998.

Bath Hotel, Northumberland Street, Morecambe, karaoke with Deano, 8pm-midnight.

Studio Footlights present The Women who Cooked her Husband, The Storey, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £6, 01524 64695.

An August Bank Holiday Lark, The Dukes, Lancaster, 7.30pm, prices and tickets from 01524 598500.

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

Retorica Violin Duo, The Great Hall, Lancaster University, prices and tickets from 01524 594151.

Junk Ensemble: The Falling Song, Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster University, 8pm, prices and tickets from 01524 594151.

Carnforth and District Art Society Exhibition, Carnforth Railway Tearooms, 10am-4pm, free entry.

The Fairfield Association Flora Nature Reserve Talks, with Mike Derbyshire, local historian, The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, 7.30pm, free event, www.fairfieldas​sociation.org.

The Taming of The Shrew, Nice Cafe, Lancaster Castle, 8pm, Bingo Dragon Theatre Company present an hour production, £5, from www.bingodragon​.co.uk.

Exhibition, Wu Chi-Tsung: Recalibrate, split-site between Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University and The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, landscape, nature and the urban environment.

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

FRIDAY

Swing Commanders, The Platform, Morecambe, 8pm, £13/12 conc, 01524 582803.

Railway Correspondence and Travel Society Furness Lakes and Lune Branch, Alan Maclean, former communications director, Virgin Trains, The County Hotel, Carnforth, 7.30pm, all welcome.

Stuart Michaels as Olly Murs, top floor, Post Office Buildings, Market Street, Morecambe, doors open 6.45pm, £2, 07957 860958.

Othello, The Shire Hall, Lancaster Castle, 7pm for 7.30pm, £26/24, limited numbers 60 per performance, 01524 64998.

Ranch House, Marine Road West, Morecambe, DJ Mozzer.

Bradford Arms, Queen Street, Morecambe, karaoke with Deano, 8pm-2am.

Studio Footlights present The Women who Cooked her Husband, The Storey, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £6, 01524 64695.

Steve Hewlett is ... thinking inside the box, The Grand, Lancaster, 7.30pm, £18/16 conc, 01524 64695.

An August Bank Holiday Lark, The Dukes, Lancaster, 7.30pm, prices and tickets from 01524 598500.

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

Lancaster Beerfest, Ashton Hall, Lancaster Town Hall, Dalton Square, 6pm-midnight, celebrating its 25th Anniversary, http://www.lanc​asterbeerfest.o​rg/.

The Actor’s Apology, Heron Theatre, Stanley Street, Beetham, 7.30pm, adults £10, U16s £5, 015395 64283, www.theheronthe​atre.com.

Litfest, Jo Baker, Longbourne, giving a voice to the servants of Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice, Lancaster Library, Market Square, 7.30pm, free but booking advised, www.litfest.org.

The Taming of The Shrew, Nice Cafe, Lancaster Castle, 8pm, Bingo Dragon Theatre Company present an hour production, £5, from www.bingodragon​.co.uk.

Exhibition, Wu Chi-Tsung: Recalibrate, split-site between Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University and The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, landscape, nature and the urban environment.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

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

SATURDAY

Hal Cruttenden, The Tough Luvvie Tour, The Platform, Morecambe, 8pm, £14/12 conc, 16+, 01524 582803.

Othello, The Shire Hall, Lancaster Castle, 7pm for 7.30pm, £26/24, limited numbers 60 per performance, 01524 64998.

Ranch House, Marine Road West, Morecambe, DJ Mozzer.

Bradford Arms, Queen Street, Morecambe, karaoke with Deano, 8pm-2am.

An August Bank Holiday Lark, The Dukes, Lancaster, 2pm and 7.30pm, prices and tickets from 01524 598500.

Lancaster Beerfest, Ashton Hall, Lancaster Town Hall, Dalton Square, 6pm-midnight, celebrating its 25th Anniversary, http://www.lanc​asterbeerfest.o​rg/.

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

The Fairfield Association Flora Nature Reserve, Fairfield Orchard, Sunnyside Lane entrance, 2pm, free, Tarja Wilson, Environmental Projects Officer, Hedgerows and Hedgerow Trees, wellies needed, www.fairfieldas​sociation.org.

Exhibition, Wu Chi-Tsung: Recalibrate, split-site between Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University and The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, landscape, nature and the urban environment.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

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

Holi and Festival of Culture: an evening to celebrate diversity in the Lancaster District, University of Cumbria, free event, email The Hindu Society.

SUNDAY

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster: 5pm The Invisible Woman (12A); 7.30pm The Armstrong Lie (15); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Lancaster Beerfest, Ashton Hall, Lancaster Town Hall, Dalton Square, 6pm-midnight, celebrating its 25th Anniversary, http://www.lanc​asterbeerfest.o​rg/.

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

A Talk by Dave Guest, BBC North West’s Chief Reporter, Scoops, Scandals and Skateboarding Dogs – The Everyday Life of a TV Reporter, More Music, Devonshire Road, Morecambe, 3pm, tickets £10 (including a cream tea) from Val Rogerson, 01524 421552.

Lancaster Comedy Club, The Borough, Dalton Square, £9 on the night, £7 in advance, £12.75 meal deal, show starts 8pm, 01524 64170.

Evening organ recital, The Priory Church, Lancaster, 8pm, with Edward Taylor, £5 on the door.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

MONDAY

Films at The Dukes, Lancaster: 6.10pm The Invisible Woman (12A); 8.30pm 12 Years A Slave (15); £6/5 conc, 01524 598500.

Othello, The Shire Hall, Lancaster Castle, 7pm for 7.30pm, £26/24, limited numbers 60 per performance, 01524 64998.

Exhibition, Wu Chi-Tsung: Recalibrate, split-site between Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University and The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, landscape, nature and the urban environment.

Changing Tracks Exhibition, Bateman Gallery, Carnforth Railway Station.

Jessica Holmes Art Exhibition, The Thomas Storey Gallery, Lancaster.