A professional production of Peter Pan, inspired by J.M. Barrie’s novel, produced by Peterborough based theatre company Lamphouse Theatre.
The Darling family’s life is changed forever when Peter Pan, the boy who wouldn’t grow up, appears at their window one night.
Families will see the centre come to life at 10.30am with this complete magical takeover. It’s time to get excited, our ‘Festive Fiesta’ is unlike anything we’ve done before,” said Centre Director at Queensgate, Mark Broadhead.
Tickets for this performance are £7.50 Full Price (inc fees)
Based on the book by Kathryn Cave
“Dragons come when you least expect it. You turn round…and they’re there.”
Lots of people get them; bad dreams, swirly tummy, feeling prickly. And sometimes they make you feel alone.
This Halloween we can share three classic tales from The Porter’s Lodge. If you are of strong heart and sturdy nerve, then come and join us at The Broadway Suite to hear these cautionary accounts...if you dare!
Popular friendly fair held in pretty village not far from the A1. Up to 14 dealers will offer a wide range of books and ephemera covering a variety of subjects. Also some postcards.
Delicious home made refreshments. Free parking. Admission: adults £1 (children under 15 free). Contact Chris Missing 01245 361609
Pick your pumpkin straight from the field and carve it in time for Halloween!
In addition to the pumpkin fun, at this family friendly event there will be cooking demonstrations, live music, face painting, children’s crafts and some special entertainment.
J M Barrie’s novel Peter Pan is brought to life,
by Peterborough based Lamphouse Theatre Group
The Darlings family’s life is changed for ever when Peter Pan, the boy who wouldn’t grow up, appears at their window one night.
Creative artist, Caroline Kisby of Pink House Arts worked with volunteers from across the Warmington Benefice to create a display of remembrance to the men named on the Rolls of Honour in the five benefice churches.
1,720 hand knitted poppies and leaves together with personalised name labels have been created.
A popular annual event, in the beautiful setting of St Peter’s Church Oundle. Stalls selling Fairtrade foods, crafts, gifts, and toys. Raffle of Fairtrade goods. Charity Christmas cards also on sale. Fairtrade refreshments served.
2018 will be a huge time for Circus as we celebrate 250 years since its birth in London. the brain child of Sergeant Major Philip Astley, the father of modern circus. Astley’s vision & invention went on to become a major art form throughout the world.
Imagine a Brilliant Rock show combined with amazing, bizarre and Dare Devil Circus acts, a stella light show and all performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek. If Quentin Tarantino had directed Cirque Du Soleil you would be half way there.
Adapted for the stage by Robert Alan Evans, from the novel A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines. Kes tells the story of a day in the life of Billy Casper, a fifteen-year-old boy about to leave school and determined not to end up working down the pit like his older brother Jud.
A Salute To The Forties is the ultimate 1940s tribute show transporting you back in time to the 40’s with flags, bunting and webbing in true variety show fashion, packed full of stars from the 40s, artists such as George Formby, Gracie Fields, Max Miller, G.I.