10 of the best

Your guide to events you must not miss this week

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1 Open Day Ex­otic Pet Refuge, Deep­ing St James, Oc­to­ber 14

The fi­nal open day of the year and your last chance to get up close to more than 250 crea­tures of all kinds at the sanc­tu­ary.

Opens 10am 2 Magic Day The Fleet, Flet­ton, Oc­to­ber 14 Peter­bor­ough So­ci­ety of Ma­gi­cians host the Sale Ex­change and Lecture Day with lec­tures by top na­tional ma­gi­cians and plenty of ta­bles with new and sec­ond­hand magic, ideal for some­body just want­ing to get in­volved. Doors open at 10am, clos­ing at 4pm.

www.ps­ma­gi­cians.co.uk 3 Bri­tain’s Got Tal­ent au­di­tions Ser­pen­tine Green, Oc­to­ber 13 The Bri­tain’s Got Tal­ent team will be in the cen­tre from 12noon to 4pm. If you think you’ve got a tal­ent which can im­press and en­ter­tain, you will be in with a chance of se­cur­ing a place at one of the judges’ au­di­tions in 2019. Open to any per­former of any age, with any tal­ent.

4 Stephen James Smith Stam­ford Arts Cen­tre, Oc­to­ber 12

Stephen James Smith is a Dublin poet and play­wright cen­tral to the rise of the vi­brant spo­ken word scene in Ire­land to­day. His po­etry videos have amassed over 2.5 mil­lion views.

stam­for­sarts­cen­tre.co.uk 5 Cliff Richard Live 60th An­niver­sary Tour Show­case Cinema, Oct 12

Sir Cliff Richard is with­out a doubt one of our great­est mu­si­cal trea­sures. With a stag­ger­ing 103 al­bum re­leases, a record break­ing 123 sin­gle hits and the equiv­a­lent of 20 years spent in the UK charts, voted Bri­tain’s “Ul­ti­mate Pop Star”, 2018 sees Sir Cliff cel­e­brate his 60th an­niver­sary in the mu­sic busi­ness. Now for the very first time, Cliff will bring his en­thralling live show di­rect to the big screen, live from Manch­ester Bridge­wa­ter

Hall. 6 Peter­bor­ough Lo­cal His­tory So­ci­ety St Mark’s Church, Lin­coln Road, tonight Peter Gold­smith, Chair­man of the Trus­tees of Par­son Latham’s Hos­pi­tal, Oun­dle, is the so­ci­ety’s speaker and will be talk­ing about the his­tory and work of the or­gan­i­sa­tion. All wel­come. Starts 7.30 pm. 7 Pa­tience Stam­ford Corn Ex­change, un­til Oc­to­ber 12

Stam­ford Gilbert & Sul­li­van bring you Pa­tience – the tale of two men be­ing in love with the same woman! One has all the other young women in the vil­lage hang­ing on to his ev­ery word , the other is an ide­al­ist who has only be­come a poet to win the girl. www.stam­ford­cornex­change.co.uk


8 Mu­seum of the Moon Peter­bor­ough Cathe­dral un­til Oc­to­ber 14

A vis­ually stun­ning in­stal­la­tion by artist Luke Jur­ram. At an ap­prox­i­mate scale of 1:500,000, each cen­time­tre of the in­ter­nally lit spher­i­cal sculp­ture rep­re­sents 5km of the moon’s sur­face.

www.vi­vac­ity. org 9 Frankie Vah The Key, Oct 17

Luke Wright’s one-man show is a blend of con­fes­sional standup seg­ments, ten­der love scenes, pound­ing ver­bal ex­plo­sions, archive film and new mu­sic. It is the story of a young ide­al­is­tic lad from Es­sex ex­posed to bright city lights and the volatile pol­i­tics of the 1980s.

vi­vac­ity.org 10 Wish­bone Ash Stam­ford Corn Ex­change, Oc­to­ber 14

Dis­cover for your­self why Wish­bone Ash re­main one of the most en­dur­ing and pop­u­lar bands in Bri­tish Rock. With mil­lions of al­bums sold, their iconic twin-gui­tar sound in­spired bands from Thin Lizzy to Iron Maiden and pro­duced such clas­sics tracks as The King Will Come, Throw Down The Sword & Blowin’ Free.

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