Live for The Moment

What’s on | Editor’s pick 16 – 22 September

↑ A stylish lady enjoys Peterborough's Italian festival

The first night of We Love Words
Michael Portillo was at the very heart of the last Conservative administration, beginning as a special advisor in 1979 and by its end, in 1997, a fully elected Member of Parliament of nine years standing. During this talk, Life: A Game of Two Halves, part of Peterborough’s literary Festival We Love Words, Michael will share details of his life and career so far, followed by questions from the floor.
We Love Words: Michael Portillo
Friday, 20 September, 7.30pm
Key Theatre. Embankment Road
Tel: 01733 207239
www.vivacity-peterborough.com

Viva Italia!
For all those dreaming of a Mediterranean holiday this year but not quite managing it, never fear: Peterborough’s Italian Festival is back! Food, music, wine, Vespas, food, Lambrettas, food, an Italian market… and of course, lots and lots of yummy food. This year will include special guest Gennaro Contaldo – a renowned Italian chef who previously worked with Antonio Carluccio at his Neal Street restaurant in London, and once mentored a young man named Jamie Oliver. Other delights at this year’s event are yet to be revealed, but it is certain to bring a true flavour of Italy to Peterborough’s streets.
Peterborough Italian Festival
Saturday, 21 September – Sunday. 22 September
Peterborough, various venues
www.peterborough.gov.uk
www.thefleet-ica.co.uk

Henning really does know bestest
Henning Wehn, Germany’s self-styled comedy ambassador to the UK, will kindly be providing the citizens of Peterborough with some top tips on efficiency, economic prudence, winning at football and raising manufacturing output in his own inimitable and utterly hilarious style.
Henning Wehn: Henning Knows Bestest
Thursday, 19 September
Key Theatre. Embankment Road
Tel: 01733 207239
www.vivacity-peterborough.com

Come on the Posh!
Support our glorious footballing boys as they take on the Milton Keynes Dons on home turf. Buy your match tickets online and pay no booking fees, with free print-at-home service.
Posh home match
Saturday, 21 September, 3pm
Peterborough United football ground, London road, Peterborough
www.theposh.com

Be a chorister for a day
An opportunity for girls and boys in school year 2 to experience singing in the Cathedral Choir. The morning will include musical activities, meeting and singing with current choristers and a tour of the Cathedral. The event will finish with a short service in the Cathedral at 12.30pm which parents and visitors are welcome to attend
Be a chorister for a day
Saturday, 21 September, 10am – 1pm
Becket Chapel, Peterborough Cathedral
To book a place call Penny Wood on 01733 355318 or email

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