Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

Cel­e­brate 100 days to the Par­a­lympics with a three day taster event ses­sion start­ing to­day. Peo­ple with a dis­abil­ity, and their fam­ily, can try a sport at Peter­bor­ough’s Re­gional Fit­ness and Swim­ming Cen­tre, Ferry Mead­ows and Peter­bor­ough Re­gional Col­lege. Call 01733 863783 to find out more. Peter­bor­ough Pan­thers are in ac­tion tonight. Birm­ing­ham Brum­mies are the vis­i­tors to the East of Eng­land Show­ground, rac­ing starts at 7.30pm. The Dic­ta­tor (pic­tured) proved to be a huge box of­fice suc­cess over the week­end. See the film at Peter­bor­ough Show­case Cine­mas at 7.25pm, 7.55pm, 8.30pm, .35pm and

10.05pm tonight. Per­for­mances of Bu­gle Boy in Peter­bor­ough this week will now just be Wed­nes­day only. Catch it at the Key Theatre at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Call 01733 20723 to book tick­ets End your Mon­day with a smile by watch­ing Knocked Up tonight. The com­edy, star­ring Seth Ro­gen, is on Chan­nel 4 from 10.35pm.

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