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Kids Go Nuts For Chester

Saturday, March 18, 2017 - 11:00 at The Dukes, Lancaster LA1 1QE

Dukes: Josie Long Explores Activism in 'Something Better'

7/3/17: Stand up comedian Josie Long has been busy interviewing activists about what they do and why. Her new show at the Dukes on 14 March - 'Something Better' - is all about optimism and hopefulness, about looking for people and finding things to look up to, and wanting more from life.

'One Day Without Us' Lunch Celebrates Migrants' Contribution to Lancaster

20/2/17: Lancastrians enjoyed a special lunch at the Dukes today as part of a national celebration of the contribution migrants make to the UK. The lunch was part of a national inititiative called 'One Day Without Us', which perhaps indicates how long the UK wouldn't last without their daily contribution at almost every level of UK society.

August's Lancaster First Friday brings kindness, music, dance and adventure!

30/7/16: Ludus Youth Dance Company will be performing a 10 minute popup show in Market Square at 1pmFirst Friday returns to Lancaster City Centre on Friday 5th August bringing kindness, bicycles and adventure for adults and children alike. There will be lots of free activities for families to enjoy. Everything will not be as it seems at Lancaster City Museum as it is turned into The Imagination Museum.

Holocaust Memorial Day events taking place through January

7/1/14: A series of events are taking place throughout January in Lancaster to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day, which takes place on 27th January.

Local Cinema Round-Up for 14 - 21 November by Peter Clarke

14/11/13: Poster: The Hunger Games: Catching FireFor up to date local cinema links and day-by-day listings every week visit the Virtual-Lancaster Cinema Page. Read on for the weekly round-up and reviews. New films during this period include crime drama with The Counsellor (18) and action / fantasy with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (12A).

Cinema screenings in Lancaster & Morecambe this week

7/11/13: Poster for 'Philomena' reviewed belowRound-Up for6th to 14th November 2013 by Peter Clarke For up to date cinema listings every week visit the Virtual-Lancaster Cinema Page A poor time for new releases as there are none to report this week.

Waving Cat Set To Charm Youngsters

29/4/13: A fantastical Eastern adventure story told by puppets is set to delight young audiences at Lancaster’s Dukes theatre in May. The Waving Cat of Japan is a visually exciting new show featuring the curious Japanese figurine of folk tales and legends which is said to bring good luck.