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More details - CIRCUS MONDAO celebrating 250 years of circus
CIRCUS MONDAO is a great show for all the family to enjoy, We have a brand new production for 2018 celebrating 250 years of circus in the UK.
SWINESHEAD/ BOSTON, bicker bar roundabout, A52/ A17 .
Fri 9 Feb to Sun 11 Feb, Wed 14 Feb to Sun 18 Feb

More details - On Stage In Frampton. We present an evening with Mumbo Jumbo.
Mumbo Jumbo-troubadours and raconteurs in a folksy, bluesy vibe. Nominated in the British Blues Awards 2016 and 2012 for songwriting and performance. Features three of the Midlands most experienced blues musicians. They play uplifting original songs along with more familiar numbers.
Frampton Village Hall, Middlegate Road, Frampton.
Sat 17 Feb

More details - HUBBERTS BRIDGE MODEL SHOW Model Railway and General Model Exhibition
Model Railways, Boats, Trucks, Dolls Houses and Miniatures, Farming Displays, Fairground and many other models. Trade stands and Refreshments. Local History Photo Displays. Come and see fantastic scale models.
Hubberts Bridge Community Centre, Near Boston
Sun 18 Feb

More details - 10.30am Sunday Eucharist Service at  St Paul's Church, New England, Peterborough
All welcome to St Paul’s which is situated on a traffic island at New England! Lincoln Rd one side and Bourges Boulevard the other side. Parking next to the church in the Paddock car park. Service is approx 1hr 15mins Every Sunday and Weds a 10.30am service with Holy Communion/Eucharist.
St Paul’s Church, Lincoln Rd & Bourges Boulevard, New England, Peterborough
Sun 28 Jan

More details - Archaeology Adventurers Club
Vivacity’s fantastic activity club for little adventurers during school holidays. For kids aged 8 – 12, it’s a great opportunity to get involved in fun activities, make new friends and try something new. The action-packed activity schedule will be available nearer the time.
Flag Fen Archaeology Park, The Droveway, Northey Road, Peterborough
Mon 12 Feb to Fri 16 Feb

Music and Meditation Concert More details - Music and Meditation Concert
A vibrant session of meditation, together with Indian and Western vocal and instrumental music which will give the participants a unique experience of inner peace.
The John Clare Theatre Peterborough Central Library Broadway Peterborough
Fri 26 Jan

More details - In the Shadow of the Throne: the rise and fall of the Boleyn men
Anne Boleyn dominates the Tudor period, and her story has been re told and re imagined over the centuries. Yet two of the most important and influential men of her life- her father Thomas and brother George- have been vilified, marginalised, and forgotten.
John Clare Theatre Central Library Broadway Peterborough
Sat 27 Jan

More details - On Form
Select: An exhibition curated from the Arts Council Collection Peterborough Museum & City Gallery present a phenomenal display of artworks by internationally acclaimed artists.
Peterborough Museum & City Gallery
Fri 26 Jan to Thu 22 Mar

More details - Tudor Peterborough Walk
Explore Peterborough’s historic city centre with a costumed guide and find out what the city was like during the time of Katharine of Aragon. The tour then enters Peterborough Cathedral where you will hear about the funeral of Katharine of Aragon and other stories from its Tudor history.
Meet outside Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough
Fri 26 Jan, Sun 28 Jan

More details - At Home with the Tudors
Travel back in time to the 1500s at Peterborough Museum, with a chance to meet Tudor characters such as the Barber Surgeon with his gruesome cures.
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough
Sat 27 Jan and Sun 28 Jan

More details - The Great War talks: Just Passing Through
Oral History specialist Beverley Jones shares images and stories from the Women’s United Total Abstinence Council (WUTAC) visitors’ books.
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough
Mon 29 Jan

More details - The Great War talks: The First World War in 100 Objects
Peter Doyle is an author specialising in the British experience, and material culture, of war. In his book, First World War in 100 Objects, he examines the conflict from artefacts that ultimately mean something to people, and which, with correct interpretation, can be shown to mean something to very many more.
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough
Mon 5 Feb

More details - Day School: Roman Peterborough
Join Professor Stephen Upex, the pre-eminent authority on the Romans in the East of England, for our first ‘Day School’. A Day School is the perfect opportunity to gain privileged access to collections in the company of experts and fellow enthusiasts.
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough
Sat 10 Feb

More details - Secret Agents
During World War I, both sides tried to find out secret information about the enemy. From code-cracking, to spies in enemy territory there were lots of ’tricks of the trade.’ This half term, Peterborough Museum asks - do you have what it takes to be a secret agent?
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough
Mon 12 Feb to Fri 16 Feb

More details - The Great War talks: Stow Maries Aerodrome
Stow Maries Aerodrome played a pivotal role in helping defend against attacks by German zeppelin airships and Gotha fixed wing bombers. Forgotten for many years, it remains Europe’s best-preserved WWI aerodrome.
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough
Mon 19 Feb

More details - Chantel McGregor
Chantel McGregor. Artists performing: Chantel McGregor.: Tickets avaiable.
Corn Exchange Theatre, Stamford, Stamford
Thu 1 Feb

More details - Stamford Record Fair
Now well-established as a regular event in this beautiful market town, Stamford’s Record and CD Fair offers music-lovers the chance to buy lots of lovely vinyl records and music on CD from a range of dealers.
St Mary & St Augustine’s Church Hall, Broad Street, Stamford
Sat 17 Feb

More details - Countryside with Company
A beautiful 5 mile walk with views of Culverthorpe Hall and Heydour Church. This walk follows footpaths and farm tracks and takes us past Kelby following the alternative Stepping Out route, continuing through stunning woodland scenery where we’ll find snowdrops in full bloom.
Culverthorpe Stepping Out car park, nearest post code , grid ref TF 019 398
Tue 13 Feb

More details - Class of 2017
As the new year dawns, it brings new opportunity and fresh ideas and we are proud to exhibit some of the UK’s most promising young designers. Class of 2017 showcases the best graduate talent from Britain’s leading institutions for craft and design.
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Navigation Wharf, Carre Street
Today to Sun 11 Mar

More details - One Year On
Selected as the standout talent at New Designers, our sister organisation Design-Nation have awarded their annual One Year On prize to design studio Winter & Kurth and contemporary jeweller Stephanie Holt.
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Navigation Wharf, Carre Street
Today to Sun 11 Mar

More details - Feb Half Term Family Workshop
This fun drop-in workshop led by Emma Britton will be inspired by Upholstery: Evolution to Revolution.
The National Centre for Craft & Design Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford
Tue 13 Feb

More details - Second Sitters Upholstery: Evolution to Revolution
Upholstery: Evolution to Revolution explores the evolution and new revolution within the craft of upholstery.
The National Centre for Craft & Design Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford
Thu 15 Feb to Sun 15 Apr

More details - Woolsthorpe Manor - House of Light
Newton’s work with light at Woolsthorpe Manor changed the world and made this place a beacon for science. We’re inviting the artists and scientists of tomorrow to help tell the story of what happened here 350 years ago and the impact it made on the world. Booking Essential. Phone: 10476 862823.
Woolsthorpe Manor, Water Lane, Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth, near Grantham
Fri 26 Jan to Mon 29 Jan, Fri 2 Feb to Mon 5 Feb

More details - Woolsthorpe Manor - Planets, comets, stars and how we see them
What keeps the stars in the sky, and how does a comet travel' How do we look at a planet and what are we looking at when we do' Find out more at Isaac Newton’s birthplace with family activities, talks for all ages and hands-on demonstrations. Booking Not Needed. Suitable for children.
Woolsthorpe Manor, Water Lane, Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth, near Grantham
Wed 14 Feb to Fri 16 Feb

More details - Woolsthorpe Manor - Come stargazing
Come and explore the skies at Isaac Newton’s birthplace - with local astronomers, a travelling planetarium and plenty of science. Hands-on activities, talks and demonstrations -and, weather permitting, some actual stars! Booking Essential. Phone: 01476 862823. Families welcome. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Woolsthorpe Manor, Water Lane, Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth, near Grantham
Thu 15 Feb

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