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Borderlines Book Festival Returns to Carlisle 

 The annual celebration of the written and spoken word, Borderlines Book Festival returns to Carlisle for its fifth year.   As the book festival continues to gather momentum – with almost 3,000 ticket holders last year – it looks set to be busy few days. Taking place from Thursday 27 September – Sunday 7 October, Borderlines brings a […]

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The Winter Droving returns to Penrith this October for its 7th year

A magical day of rural celebration, The Winter Droving returns to Penrith for its 7th year on Oct 27th… Once a year, people of Penrith – and further afield – go wild at the annual Winter Droving festival. With traditional markets, rural games, music and a torchlit procession, the festival is a unique celebration of the town and its […]

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Green Room Club returns with The Beauty of Queen of Leenane

This October, Carlisle’s Green Room Club introduce a modern Irish classic that will horrify as much as it humours.    The latest offering from Carlisle Green Room club, takes us to a dilapidated farmhouse in the west of Ireland for Martin McDonagh’s, The Beauty Queen of Leenane.     The claustrophobic mother-daughter relationship between Maureen and Mag is one of […]

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Rainbow flags will be raised across the county as Cumbria Pride returns this September.  

Cumbrians are urged to Fly the Flag for this years Cumbria Pride… To mark 40 years since the creation of the iconic symbol, organisers of Cumbria Pride are hoping to see 40 rainbow flags raised in 40 different locations across the county, promoting unity and acceptance.   The rainbow flag, recognised across the world as a symbol of LGBT social […]

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Carlisle’s Still Got the Blues

The 10th Carlisle Blues Rock Festival is set to bring some of the world’s best together.   After the triumph that was last year’s event, the small but successful Carlisle festival is back with it’s biggest line-up to date. Taking place from 28 – 30 September the event will welcome leading blues acts from around the world to […]

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Ocean Film Festival Makes a Splash this Autumn

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is bringing a night of seafaring adventure to Keswick this autumn, landing at the Theatre by the Lake on 16 September.  This brand-new selection of films features seafaring adventurers rowing treacherous oceans, intrepid surfers riding the world’s biggest waves, and explores our planet’s spectacular hidden depths. Expect mind-blowing marine life and […]

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Reel Rock Film Tour Brings Epic Adventure to Cumbria

The International Reel Rock Film Tour is returns to Rheged on 15 November, bringing a brand-new collection of climbing and adventure films to venues around the country. The Tour will premier four new films starring climbing icons as they attempt to achieve their lifelong ambitions in far-flung locations, from icy Antarctica to the Bedouin canyonlands […]

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Sarah-Louise Young

Cabaret Chameleon character comedy comes to Rosehill Theatre: Saturday 15 September

Character comedy from West End to West Cumbria A star of the West End will bring original songs and award-winning character comedy to West Cumbria on 15 September. Sarah-Louise Young delivers sassy and saucy entertainment through her creations, from tortured French chanteuse La Poule Plombée to washed-up lounge crooner Bernie St Clair. A writer, performer […]

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Museum of Military Life Asks “What is Remembrance?”

Cumbria’s Museum of Military Life in Carlisle Castle will be posing the question at their Autumn Exhibition “Lest we Forget” which opens at the Museum on Saturday 8 September. As the nation turns its thoughts to remembering with the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice on 11th November 1918 fast approaching this exhibition has been created […]

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Allerdale 100

Council to commemorate the end of World War One with community project

Allerdale Borough Council will be working with the community to mark the centenary of the end of World War One in November with its ‘Allerdale 100’ commemoration. The Council has appointed Black Knight Historical, a company that specialises in commemorative events, to work with local schools and community groups to create an installation, titled ‘Hanging […]

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