Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .
1 Who will crack under the pressure as Britain’s Got Talent reaches its final week? Ant and Dec present the second semi-final of the popular TV talent show from
7.30pm on ITV1 tonight.
2 But if you would rather show you’ve got talent, then the Cherry Tree’s karaoke night could be right up your street – particularly if you live anywhere near Oundle Road at the Woodston end. It starts at 8.30pm.
3 It’s half-term for schools across Peterborough and what better way to spend it with your little ‘un than by heading to a teddy bear’s picnic. Ferry Meadows is hosting a picnic from noon to 2pm today. Give them a call on 01733 234193 for more information.
4 Looking for a new way to keep fit and meet new people? Then why not try one of the city’s many dancing classes tonight. A whole host of classes include line dancing at Club Caliente at the Parnwell Centre from 7.30pm.
It already feels like 5 months have passed since England lifted the Twenty20 World Cup – even though it was only a matter of weeks ago. However, you can rekindle your love for the short form of cricket tonight when Sussex Sharks take on Somerset Sabres in the first match tonight of the county Twenty20 season. It’s on Sky Sports 1 from 6.30pm.