5 Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - 24 Hours -

1 The Peter­bor­ough Fes­ti­val launches to­day, so be there from the start with the mayor’s pa­rade, from the Em­bank­ment at 11am. The pa­rade will make its way along River­gate and through Bridge Street, be­fore join­ing the mayor in a horse-drawn car­riage and the other spec­tac­u­lar floats in Cathe­dral Square. The pa­rade will then work its way to its fi­nal des­ti­na­tion at Cen­tral Park, where the open­ing cer­e­mony is due to take place at noon. The fun then con­tin­ues

2 with a fan­tas­tic mix of en­ter­tain­ment on stage in Cen­tral Park from noon. The acts in­clude Peter­bor­ough Gospel Choir, The Steve Hes­sion Big Band, fea­tur­ing Ni­cole Lawrence, and X Fac­tor favourites Stavros Flately. Cen­tral Park will be the place to be again on Sun­day, with Rumba Ha­vana Salsa and Or­ches­tra da Cam­era. Check out some the­atre

3 with a dif­fer­ence as part of the Peter­bor­ough Fes­ti­val, with Listed Lido. The play will take place, as the name sug­gests, at the Lido, and will tell the story of li­dos through­out the ages in Bri­tain. Per­for­mances take place to­day and to­mor­row at 7.30pm. Tick­ets cost £10 or £6 for con­ces­sions and are avail­able from the Key The­atre on 01733 207239. 4 In­dulge in some art in unique set­tings with the first week­end of Peter­bor­ough Artists’ Open Stu­dios. Artists across the city will be open­ing their homes and stu­dios to the pub­lic – check out www.paos.org.uk If all that sounds a bit

5 en­er­getic, find your in­ner calm at Peter­bor­ough Cen­tral Li­brary, Broad­way. Learn to med­i­tate with Sa­haja Yoga tech­niques, just turn up at 9.30am.

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