Told by the man himself, the uplifting story of Neil Stace, a soldier who served on the front line overseas – and took his trusty sewing machine with him. His skills provided a valuable service for his friends and colleagues with uniform issues, helped him teach Afghani women to sew – and proved a lifeline to sanity under fire.
Sewing on the Front Line
Monday 2 March, 12pm
East of England Showground, Peterborough,
Without doubt in the premier league of English folk, Jon Boden returns to Peterborough with his impressively vast collection of self-penned songs, music from past collaborations, and traditional tunes.
Wednesday 4 March, 7.30pm
Key Theatre, Embankment Road, Peterborough
Weather getting on your nerves? Pay day already a distant memory? The daily commute driving you round the bend (but not to work on time)? Relax and forget about it – for an hour or so, anyway – with a generous helping of laughs at Stamford’s brightest comedy club.
Live stand-up comedy club
Friday 6 March, 8pm
Stamford Corn Exchange, Broad St, Stamford
Looking for a bite
Whether you want to add a wild herb or two to your meals, or get more serious about foraging for supplies, this fun course will start you off on the (wild green) path towards greater self-sufficiency and food for free.
Cambridgeshire Foraging Courses
Friday 27 March,12pm
The Brampton Mill, Bromholme Lane, Huntingdon
Popular comedian Milton Jones brings his endearingly zany new set to Peterborough, where he will share his musings on life with fans old and new alike.
Milton Jones in Milton: Impossible
Sunday 29 March 7.30pm
Cresset Theatre, Rightwell, Peterborough
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