10 of the best

Your guide to events you must not miss this week

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - 10 OF THE BEST -

1 Con­cert

Peter­bor­ough Cathe­dral, Novem­ber 10

Peter­bor­ough Cathe­dral Choir and Youth Choir, the Cathe­dral Fes­ti­val Cho­rus, Peter­bor­ough Choral So­ci­ety and East Anglia Cham­ber Orches­tra are join­ing forces for a spe­cial per­for­mance of Mozart’s Re­quiem and Joseph Haydn’s Lit­tle Or­gan Mass. The choirs and orches­tra are com­bin­ing for the first time, and will be un­der the di­rec­tion of the cathe­dral’s new Di­rec­tor of Mu­sic, Tansy Cas­tle­dine. The per­for­mance will be part of the cathe­dral’s com­mem­o­ra­tions to mark the 100th an­niver­sary of the Ar­mistice, as well as be­ing part of Peter­bor­ough Cathe­dral’s con­tin­u­ing 900th an­niver­sary pro­gramme.

www.tick­etis­land.co.uk

2 Peter­bor­ough Lo­cal His­tory

So­ci­ety St Mark’s Church, Lin­coln Road, tonight at 7.30pm

The an­nual meet­ing will be fol­lowed by a talk by so­ci­ety mem­ber Carolyn Perkins about St Mark’s Vicarage. pe­ter­bor­oughlo­cal­his­to­ryso­ci­ety.co.uk

3 A Spe­cial Kinda Mad­ness

The Met, Novem­ber 9 Its time to dig out the pork pie hats, the mo­hair suits, and for the ladies, the black and white check dresses. Fans of Mad­ness and The Spe­cials and reg­gae and ska mu­sic in gen­eral are in for a treat when one of the best trib­ute bands to the era bring a trib­ute to both The Spe­cials & Mad­ness – a 2-part show with hits com­ing all the way through. www.skid­dle.com

4 Peter­bor­ough pho­to­graphic

So­ci­ety Park­way Club, Nov 13

Spe­cial guest is well-known and tal­ented pho­tog­ra­pher, Steven Le Prevost, from Guernsey. Ad­mis­sion £4 for non mem­bers.

Starts 7.30pm

5 Peter­bor­ough Civic So­ci­ety

St Mark’s Church Hall, Nov 12 Dr Fran­cis Pryor will be draw­ing on his lat­est book, Paths to the Past En­coun­ters with Bri­tain’s Hid­den Land­scapes, to ex­plain how those land­scapes re­flect and shape our be­hav­iour.

pe­ter­bor­ough­civic­so­ci­ety.org.uk

6 Sawtry His­tory So­ci­ety

WI Hall, Nov 15 A pre­sen­ta­tion by John Dewis on the sub­ject “What did you do in the war, grandma?” from 7.30pm.

Con­tact 01487 831441

7 Un­seen Cromwell ex­hi­bi­tion

Cromwell Mu­seum, Hunt­ing­don, un­til Jan­uary A baby’s gown, a pair of gloves, a purse and a bed­room door lock… these are all just some of the per­sonal items owned, worn or used by the 17 th cen­tury sol­dier and states­man Oliver Cromwell, on pub­lic dis­play for the first time.

www.cromwell­mu­seum.org

8 Ex­hi­bi­tion

Nor­man Cross Gallery, Novem­ber 10-24

A new ex­hi­bi­tion - Cause and Ef­fect - from Fran­cis Reynolds, open on Satur­days from 10.30am to 5pm, other times by prior ar­range­ment. nor­man­cross­gallery.com

9 Peter­bor­ough Arts Cin­ema

John Clare Theatre, tonight In The Square, Chris­tian is the re­spected cu­ra­tor of a con­tem­po­rary art mu­seum, a di­vorced but de­voted fa­ther of two who drives an elec­tric car and sup­ports good causes. His next show is “The Square”, an in­stal­la­tion which in­vites passersby to al­tru­ism, re­mind­ing them of their role as re­spon­si­ble fel­low hu­man be­ings. But some­times, it is dif­fi­cult to live up to your own ideals.

pe­ter­bor­oughartscin­ema.co.uk

10 Photo Ex­hi­bi­tion

Vi­vac­ity Unit, Queens­gate , Nov 9 and 10

In Au­gust and Septem­ber Peter­bor­ough Presents hosted artist-led photo walks around Hamp­ton, Bret­ton and Mill­field. The pho­tos form­ing the Notic­ing our Neigh­bour­hood ex­hi­bi­tion were taken and sub­mit­ted (for pub­lic and ex­pert vote) by par­tic­i­pants on the three walks.

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