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The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

Catch a screen­ing of Sacha Baron Co­hen’s The Dic­ta­tor when it opens at Peter­bor­ough Show­case Cine­mas to­day.

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The thriv­ing Peter­bor­ough Play­go­ers group opens its spring pro­duc­tion tonight. Good Things is at the John Clare Theatre at 7.30pm. Tick­ets cost £9 on the door. It runs un­til Satur­day.

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Charles Dick­ens’ clas­sic tale of crime and pun­ish­ment is re-imag­ined in a pow­er­ful new stage adap­ta­tion. Fa­gin’s Hour is based on the end of Oliver Twist. It’s on at Peter­bor­ough Key Theatre at 7.30pm to­mor­row. Tick­ets cost £9.

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Catch a screen­ing of Sacha Baron Co­hen’s The Dic­ta­tor when it opens at Peter­bor­ough Show- case Cine­mas to­day. It’s on at 11.50am, 2.40pm, 5.15pm, 7.30pm, 8pm and 10.25pm.

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There’ll Al­ways Be An Eng­land is a show cel­e­brat­ing the coun­try’s rich mu­si­cal his­tory. It’s a must for fans of nostal­gia. It’s on at the Stam­ford Corn Ex­change at 2.30pm to­day. Call 01780 766455 to book.

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Tom Hanks has one of his finest mo­ments in the film Cast Away. He plays a Fedex ex­ec­u­tive who must trans­form him­self phys­i­cally and emo­tion­ally to sur­vive a crash land­ing on a de­serted is­land. BBC1 from 10.45pm.

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