THURSDAY 21ST NOVEMBER
We Should Panic...19:30 – 21:30 St Paul’s Church, Ashby High Street, Scunthorpe, Event: The Isle of Axholme Orchestra’s autumn concert is on the subject of the CLIMATE CRISIS and will feature Robert Steadman’s new work, “We Should Panic…” which uses words by Greta Thunberg and the orchestra get to play a variety of bottles and glasses and other recycled items. There’ll also be music by Chopin’s ‘Raindrop Prelude’, the finale of Stravinsky’s ‘Firebird’ and Einaudi’s ‘Elegy for the Arctic’.
Scunthorpe Winter Rucksack Project 2019 -10:00 – 13:00 @ The Forge Project Working with the Forge to ensure all donations are distributed to the most needed in Scunthorpe. Previous years have been a great success and helped out so many vulnerable people. Making a rucksack pack couldn’t be easier! Please fill a rucksack with the listed items or donate individual items to make a bag. Items do not need to be new, but we ask them to be in a good, clean condition.
The Adult Panto – Peter Panties– 19:30 @ Plowright Theatre
Knock Knock Comedy Club 20:00 @ The Baths Hall
Mercury & May Queen Tribute @ The Penny Bank. £7. Tickets available online & the bar. 7pm Sunday 24th November. Ian Adams Is Freddie Mercury.
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Starlight Arts need your help. Starlight run arts, drama and music workshops for disabled adults.
This year many family traditions will be broken for the first time in years, one of those traditions that will be sadly missed by many in the area is visiting the yearly Pantomime at the theatre with our favourite panto dame Annie Fanny.
This year’s Festival of Christmas Trees is happening online this weekend. Organised by the Rotary Club of Scunthorpe, the event raises thousands of pounds each year for the Lindsey Lodge Hospice.
Well, there isn’t much to do this year, no big events or Christmas parties but if you fancy a bit of festive cheer then why not take a tour of the best Christmas lights in the area.