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SPEAKEASY NIGHT The pop­u­lar night re­turns to Peter­bor­ough to­mor­row. Those set to im­press with their po­etry and rhyme in­clude Laura Dockerill (pic­tured). It’s at the Brew­ery Tap, in West­gate, from 8pm. En­try costs £4.

1 The stage ver­sion of the clas­sic BBC sit­com Hi-De-Hi is on at the Peter­bor­ough Key The­atre all this week. Em­merdale’s Peter Amory and mas­ter of farce Damian Wil­liams head the cast. Tonight’s show is at 7.30pm. To book call 01733 207239. 2 Dad’s Army re­turns to To­lethorpe Hall this week. Af­ter a suc­cess­ful run with Othello, the Stam­ford Shake­speare Com­pany bring back the BBC clas­sic for the sec­ond of its four runs. Tonight’s show is at 8pm. To book call 01780 756133. 3 Can Eng­land’s crick­eters carry their T/20 form into the 50 over game? New stars in­clud­ing Craig Kieswet­ter and Michael Yardy are ex­pected to line up against the for­mi­da­ble Aus­tralians to­day. Live cov­er­age on Sky Sports and BBC Ra­dio 5 live sports ex­tra from 2.30pm. 4 The pop­u­lar Speakeasy night re­turns to Peter­bor­ough to­mor­row. Those in line to im­press with their po­etry and rhyme in­clude Laura Dockerill (pic­tured), Toby Woods and The Anti Poet. It’s at the Brew­ery Tap, in West­gate, from 8pm.

En­try costs £4. 5 Huw Ed­wards presents cov­er­age of Ge­orge Os­borne’s first Bud­get as Chan­cel­lor with ex­pert anal­y­sis from the BBC’s Stephanie Flan­ders, Robert Pe­ston and Nick Robin­son. BBC2 from noon to­day.

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