Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .
Martin Scorsese directs Hugo, the magical tale of an orphan who lives in the walls of a train station. The film received five Oscars this year, including best cinematography and best art direction. Hugo is this week’s Peterborough Arts Cinema film. It’s on at the John Clare Theatre in Broadway, Peterborough, from 7.30pm tomorrow. Entry to nonmembers is £6. Grab a bargain at the new Thursday car boot sale. It takes place at Pigeons Farm in Thorney, near Peterborough, from 8.30am. For further information, call organiser Norman on 01733 222182. It’s a Spanish affair in this year’s Europa League final. Primera Liga rivals Atlético de Madrid and Athletic de Bilbao face off to be crowned champions of the continent’s second-tier club competition. Live coverage from Bucharest’s National Arena is on Channel 5 from 7pm. ’80s Mania is the official 1980s reunion tribute concert currently taking the UK by storm. It features tributes to Duran Duran, The Human League, Madness (below), Spandau Ballet and lots more. Don’t miss it when it’s on at The Cresset in Bretton, Peterborough, on Friday night. Tickets cost £19.50 from 01733 265705. Aspiring authors can get free advice on how to write and publish a book at Peterborough Central Library tonight. Selfpublished author Simon Potter will lead the session at the library, in Broadway, from 7pm to 8pm. Places must be booked in advance on 01733 864280.