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What’s on | Editor’s pick 4 – 10 November

↑ Service of Remembrance, Sunday, 10 November, Peterborough Cathedral

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
One of the most vibrant shops in town flings open its doors to present a gorgeous Christmas launch with original local artwork, treats and goodies galore. Get stocking up on presents for the festive season, from confectionery to ceramics, from photography to handmade soaps.
VIP Christmas Shopping Launch at Art in the Heart
Monday, 4 November, 5 – 8 pm
Art in the Heart, Bridge Street

Funny bones
Award-winning comedian Richard Herring has tackled all kinds of taboo subjects in his time, from religion to the rise of the Nazis. This time around, he’s talking about death and the inevitable meeting we all have lined up with the Grim Reaper, at some point or another. Well, if you can’t beat it, you might as well laugh about it…
Richard Herring – We’re all going to die
Monday, 4 November, 8 – 9.30 pm
Key Theatre, Embankment Road

Share your talent
A special open mic session at Stamford Arts Centre, aimed specially at 12- to 25-year-olds. The relaxed and cosy atmosphere of the Centre is the perfect place to try out any new-found talent or act you may have been working on, and everything is encouraged, from poetry reading to singing.
Stamford Arts Centre Acoustic Cafe
Wednesday, 6 November, 4.30 – 6 pm
Stamford Arts Centre, Stamford

I’ve got my beer in the sideboard here
No, I haven’t messed up and kept a title from the week before last by mistake, I’m using it again because beer is extremely important – so much so that we’re featuring another beer-themed event. This time, Andy Hamilton – beer-fancier extraordinaire and author of Brewing Britain: The Quest for the Perfect Pint – will be in town to talk about all aspects of the heavenly liquid. Bookings can be made at any Peterborough Library or Waterstones book shop (price includes a pint of beer!).
An evening with beer expert Andy Hamilton
Wednesday, 6 November, 7 – 8 pm
The Brewery Tap, Westgate

Remembrance Sunday
Join with others in the community at Peterborough Cathedral to remember the bravery and sacrifice of all those killed during wartime.
Service of Remembrance
Sunday, 10 November, 10.45 am – 12 pm
Peterborough Cathedral, Minster Precincts

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