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What’s on | Editor’s pick – February 2018

↑ Make a Bird Box, Friday, 16 February, Nene Park, Ferry Meadows

Music from heaven
The Cathedral once again plays lucky host to The Sixteen, superstars of the early and Renaissance music scene and official ‘voices’ of Classic FM. This time, they perform Vivaldi’s Gloria.
The Sixteen: Vivaldi’s Gloria
Saturday, 3 February, 7.30 pm
Peterborough Cathedral, Minster Precincts, Peterborough

Laughter from Lithuania
A treat is in store for our Lithuanian friends and family in the city, as Mantas Katleris and Mantas Stonkus – big comedy stars in their home country – rock up at the Broadway for some Lithuanian-language fun and laughter.
Katleris and Stonkus: #ManTaiVienodai
Sunday, 11 February, 5 pm
Broadway Theatre, Broadway, Peterborough

For the birds
A half-term outing with a practical angle – little ones will learn how to make a bird box during this hands-on workshop, as well as more about birds and how to attract them to your garden.
Make a Bird Box
Friday, 16 February, 10.30 am – 12 pm & 1.30 – 3 pm
Nene Park, Ferry Meadows, Peterborough

Making music
If you have a yearning to perform, then Acoustic Café at the John Clare cottage could be right up your street. Free to enter, just bring yourself and any instruments in order to join the show – or just sit and watch!
Acoustic Cafe
Thursday, 22 February, 7 pm
The John Clare Cottage, Woodgate, Helpston

Vintage comedy
A comedy hero who helped radically reshape the medium back in the 80s, Griff Rhys-Jones has had an amazing career alone, and with his late, much-loved comic partner Mel Smith. This evening gives audiences a sneak peek into what may – or may not – have been going on behind the scenes…
Griff Rhys Jones: Where Was I?
Thursday, 22 February, 8 pm
The Cresset, Rightwell, Peterborough


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