5 Things to do in the next 24 hours

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - 24 Hours -

1 If you fancy a break from the foot­ball, then spend a day at the East of Eng­land Agri­cul­tural Show, which kicks off in Peter­bor­ough to­mor­row. There’s a full pre­view in to­mor­row’s paper, as well as in to­day’s mini sup­ple­ment. 2Pupils from Peter­bor­ough Re­gional Col­lege present The Michael Jack­son Show at Stam­ford Corn Ex­change to­mor­row night. They will recre­ate all the Jack­son favourites, as well as hits from The Jack­son 5. Tick­ets cost £8, from 01780 766455. It starts at 7.30pm. 3 The Nene Val­ley Rail­way is in ser­vice to­day. A steam ser­vice leaves the Wans­ford sta­tion at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm. Re­turn fares are £12 for adults and £6 for chil­dren. To find out more, call 01780 784444. 4 Wild Tar­get opens at Peter­bor­ough’s Show­case Cine­mas to­mor­row. The com­edy stars Bill Nighy (pic­tured), Eileen Atkins and Ru­pert Grint. Nighy plays a hit­man who tries to re­tire but a beau­ti­ful thief looks set to change his plans. To­mor­row’s times are 11.45am, 2.20pm, 4.45pm, 7.15pm, 9.45pm and 12.10am. In Novem­ber 2009, one of the world’s

5 most iconic sports­men hit the head­lines once again, but for the first time, it was scan­dal rather than tri­umph that brought Tiger Woods into the spot­light. Chan­nel 4 doc­u­ments Tiger’s rise and fall at 9pm tonight.

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