Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - 24 -

1 One hun­dred school­child­ren from ten city pri­mary schools are per­form­ing a dance show at the Peter­bor­ough Key The­atre to­mor­row. It’s called Wel­come To My World and starts at 7.30pm. To book call 01733 207239. Head to the vil­lage of Help­ston

2 and visit a sum­mer ex­hi­bi­tion. Art in the Cot­tage is be­ing dis­played in­side the John Clare Cot­tage, pic­tured. The art is work by stu­dents from the Peter­bor­ough Col­lege of Adult Ed­u­ca­tion. It’s open daily from 10.30am to 4pm. Dis­cover more about The Ber­lin

3 Air­lift at the Soke Mil­i­tary So­ci­ety monthly lec­ture to­mor­row night. The talk, at Peter­bor­ough Mu­seum, is given by Bernard Howard. It starts at 7.30pm. To find out more call 01733 747474. 4 Don’t miss the lat­est episode of Luther on BBC1 tonight. Sus­pected of murder, Luther goes on the run to try and prove his in­no­cence. With Alice’s as­sis­tance, they set out to­gether to ex­act re­venge on the real killer. From 9pm. 5 The very funny Four Lions is be­ing screened at Peter­bor­ough Show­case Cine­mas this week. Di­rected by Chris Mor­ris, the film is a satire fol­low­ing a group of Ji­hadi Is­lamist ter­ror­ists from Sh­effield. To­day’s tim­ings are 7.05pm and 9.30pm.

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