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Half Term Horrors

Whether you are looking for a bit of fun over the half-term holidays or some scares and chills on Halloween our ‘ghouls out’ guide has you covered. Rosehill Theatre, Mini Messel’s Makers 23 October Have fun at the Halloween-themed Mini Messel’s Makers half-term workshop creating spooky spiders and ghoulish ghosts that will have you quaking […]

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Great events coming up for Oak Tree Animals’ Charity

WALK over fire and glass, scare yourself silly or indulge in a night around the casino table as a north Cumbrian animal charity prepares for a month of excitement. Oak Tree Animals’ Charity, based at Wetheral Shields, has a fun-packed few weeks ahead of it, as the Charity prepares for one of the busiest times […]

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Editor’s Pick West Cumbria October – November

Editor’s Pick West Cumbria October – November The longer nights bring all sorts of strange folk creeping out and we feature one of our nations sporting heroes, a prank-playing magician, an epic skiing adventure and a miserable comedian. An Evening With Paul Gascoigne Whitehaven Golf Club 25 October A once in a lifetime opportunity to […]

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Back to the 1970s with award-winning comedy at the Theatre Royal

For their next show, from 15th to 19th October, the Workington Playgoers will be taking audiences back to the Bad Old Days of the 1970s, with a play that won a Tony Award when it was performed on Broadway. Comedians, by Trevor Griffiths, is still regarded as one of the best pieces of drama written […]

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One small step for Carlisle – One Giant Fireshow

Photo credit Jonathan Becker The Carlisle Fireshow has developed into one of the biggest events of its kind in the UK. The free event attracts a 35,000 strong crowd and has been named in the Times Top 10 bonfire list.  It’s come a long way from the first fire show in 1987, which was organised […]

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Winter Droving – Celebration of Fire, Music and Mayhem

It’s hard to believe that the Winter Droving is only back for its 8th year because the event feels like it’s deeply rooted in some ancient tradition that stretches across generations.  The magical day of rural celebration returns to Penrith on Oct 26th but the two-day festival begins the night before in Pooley Bridge when […]

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Prodigious Poisoners – Murder By Gaslight

Murder by Gaslight is a wonderfully ghoulish audience with two of the most infamous poisoners in British history – William Palmer and Harvey Crippen. Don’t Go Into The Cellar Theatre Company normally brings adaptations of nineteenth-century literature’s greatest ghost and horror stories to modern-day audiences.  Formed in 2010, they are the UK’s finest practitioners of […]

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Flock to the forests, an alien has landed!

For the very first time in history, Forestry England has confirmed that an alien has crash-landed into Whinlatter and Grizedale Forests.  Lu-La, from the Shaun the Sheep Movie:  Farmageddon, in UK cinemas 18 October, is an impish and adorable alien with amazing powers. She has been stranded in the forest and needs to charge her communicator […]

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A Wild Escape in the North Pennines

In our last issue, we sent our readers west towards the Solway Coast but if you head east, another adventure awaits in the North Pennines.  This region has also been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and Carlisle is one of the few cities with two right on its doorstep. The landscape […]

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Whitehaven Theatre Group present Stags and Hens – The Remix

18th – 21st September Whitehaven Theatre Group are back at Rosehill Theatre this September to perform ‘Stags and Hens the Remix’.   It’s written by Willy Russell, who wrote the original play in 1978.  The storyline and period remain unchanged but this “remix” has a quickened pace, new lines and a lot more swearing. Unknown to […]

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