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What’s on | Editor’s pick – November 2016

Light up the night sky
November wouldn’t be November without a family firework display. This is one of the region’s most spectacular, with plenty of additional treats and diversions on offer, as well as tasty food and drink.
Firework Fiesta
Saturday, 5 November, 5 pm
East of England Showground, Peterborough

Expanding your horizons
Part of the Thomas Cook season at Peterborough Museum, which is celebrating all that’s wonderful about experiencing other cultures and travelling to far-flung, foreign destinations. Enjoy this taste of Spain, with music, food, and much more.
A Taste of Spain
Friday, 11 November, 7 pm
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough

Music for the soul
Probably the region’s most popular folk group, Pennyless return to the Voodoo Lounge in Stamford, one of their favourite venues. Expect seasoned classics and new works from this tight-knit trio.
Sunday, 13 November, 4 pm
Mama Liz’s Voodoo Lounge, 9a North Street, Stamford

Amazing sounds
Mendelssohn’s masterpiece Elijah is performed by Peterborough Choral Society to mark its Silver Jubilee. Anne McDonald conducts the 80-strong chorus, four international soloists and the acclaimed Queen’s Park Sinfonia.
Saturday, 19 November, 7.30 pm
Peterborough Cathedral, Minster Precincts, Peterborough

Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit…
Before they were Chas and Dave, Chas Hodges and Dave Peacock were two of the most in-demand session musicians in the business, and their easy, breezy style belies two artists who are still envied and admired in equal measure for their outstanding skills and talents. Catch them live at The Cresset  with songs old and new.
Chas & Dave – The Full Story Live
Sunday, 20 November, 7.30 pm
The Cresset, Bretton Centre, Peterborough


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