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The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - 24 -

Stay­ing in

1 BOOK: The Ter­ri­ble Pri­vacy of Maxwell Sim by Jonathan Coe, £8.45, Water­stones, Bridge Street, Peter­bor­ough. Maxwell Sim seems to have hit rock bot­tom. Newly di­vorced and un­able to com­mu­ni­cate with his daugh­ter, he re­alises that while he may have 74 friends on Face­book, there is no­body with whom he can share his prob­lems, un­til a strange busi­ness propo­si­tion comes his way, chang­ing his life for­ever. 2 CD: Eminem, Re­cov­ery, £8.99, HMV, Cathe­dral Square and Queens­gate. Detroit-born rap su­per­star Mar­shall Mathers, aka Eminem, fol­lows up 2009’s Re­lapse with Re­cov­ery, his sev­enth stu­dio al­bum. It con­tains some of the most poignant work of his ca­reer.

FOOD: Potato Nests

3 with Sour Cream and Smoked Salmon

In­gre­di­ents: 1 1/2lbs large rus­set pota­toes; 1/4 cup thinly sliced smoked salmon; 1tbsp grated le­mon peel; 3/4 cup sour cream; pinch of salt and pep­per

Prepa­ra­tion: Boil pota­toes un­til soft, re­frig­er­ate. Pulse salmon and le­mon peel in pro­ces­sor, mix in sour cream, re­frig­er­ate. Pre­heat oven to 425°F. Grease 32 mini-muf­fin-tin cups. Peel and grate pota­toes, toss with salt and pep­per. Place potato mix­ture into each muf­fin cup, bake un­til golden. Care­fully re­move from nests, cool for four hours add sour cream mix­ture, serve. 4 TELE­VI­SION: Fri­day Night with Jonathan Ross, 11.35pm, BBC1. Jonathan Ross presents an­other edi­tion of his chat show with an in­ter­view with one of the world’s biggest mu­sic stars, Kylie Minogue. Jonathan also speaks with the sharpest tool in the com­edy shed, Sean Lock, and there’s more mu­sic from Sea­sick Steve. 5 DVD: Foot­ball: World Cup Fi­nal 1966: Eng­land Vs W Ger­many, £2.99 avail­able from HMV in Cathe­dral Square and Bridge Street. Chance to see Bobby Moore lead his team to vic­tory.

Go­ing out

1 PETER­BOR­OUGH Fes­ti­val takes place over two weeks, be­gin­ning to­mor­row with a se­ries of events in Cen­tral Park, in­clud­ing per­for­mances from Peter­bor­ough’s X Fac­tor star, Ni­cole Lawrence and Bri­tain’s Got Tal­ent danc­ing duo Stavros Flately. 2 PUNKY Rebel Me­dia, pic­tured, re­turn to The Met Lounge, tonight. Doors open at 8.30pm and sup­port act Method Be­hind Mad­ness will be on at 9pm. Tick­ets cost £4 in ad­vance, by call­ing 01733 571616. 3 LET your funny bones be tick­led by the Com­edy Con­sul­tants’ lat­est event at Ra­dius tonight. Head­lin­ing is Gary De­laney, and join­ing him are Glen Maney, Tom Goodliffe, Patch Hyde and Adam Tem­pest. Tick­ets cost £10 in ad­vance. E-mail the­com­e­dy­con­sul­tants@ hot­mail.co.uk 4 A NO Frills ceilidh is tak­ing place at St Mary’s Church Hall in Pinch­beck, near Spald­ing, tonight. Danc­ing to lo­cal band The Bel­tonas with caller Sue Gray, the event will also in­clude a dis­play from the Slap­dash Ap­palachian dancers. Doors open 7.30pm. Ad­mis­sion is £2.50.

5 THOMAS the en­gine will be hold­ing his birth­day party at the Nene Val­ley Rail­way. There will be three de­par­tures on Satur­day and Sun­day, at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, with tick­ets now on sale at £12 per per­son, which also in­cludes a trip pulled by one of Thomas’s friends from Wans­ford to Peter­bor­ough and back. Call 01780 784444.

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