Please note some bigger events are in close by towns/cities.
19th-20th July- Party In The Park @Normanby Hall
Sat, 20 July, 13:00 – 22:00 Appleby 1940’s Festival 2019
Sat 20th July, 20th Anniversary Tour: Mercury (The Ultimate Queen Tribute)
Sat, 20 July, 10:00 – 16:00, Human Machines Family Funday 20-21 Visual Arts Centre @ Church Square
Sat 20th July- Hull Pride @ Queens Gardens Hull. (Free) Family friendly
Sun, 21 July, 17:00 Sunday Live with Black Orchid @ Penny Bank Pub, High Street, Scunthorpe.
Sun, 21 July, 15:00 – 19:00, Crosby International Day St George’s Church, Crosby
Last night we attended June’s installment of “Knock,Knock” comedy club in the side bar of The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe.
Continue reading Review // Knock, Knock Comedy Club @ Baths Hall
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We like to see for ourselves what people are buzzing about and the new Naga Spice Takeaway on Old Brumby Street (Brumby corner) seems the latest in hot topics when it comes to ordering in. The takeaway opened earlier this month and customers are already impressed. But why?
Continue reading Review // New Naga Spice 12” Box Special
UPDATE: MERCURY & MAY WILL RETURN DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND ON SUNDAY 24TH NOVEMBER AT THE PENNY BANK PUB IN SCUNTHORPE! Buy tickets for Mercury & May Tribute (Back By Popular Demand) from Skiddle
Sunday night, it was time for another Live@Five gig at Scunthorpe town centre pub, The Penny Bank. This week was a little different as it was a later start for a big tribute act, Mercury & May. This week was ticketed at £5, but I feel people really got their money’s worth.
Continue reading Review // Mercury & May @ The Penny Bank
Leo Sayer JUST A BOY at 70
Leo celebrates his 70th birthday year with a series of special concerts around the world.
Continue reading Review // Leo Sayer @ Baths Hall
On Sunday afternoon I went to The Penny Bank pub on Scunthorpe High Street for
LIVE@FIVE SUNDAY. It is proving to be a popular place to go on a Sunday afternoon for a real mix of friendly people.
Full house at The Penny Bank Continue reading Quick Review // Lady Monsoon- Live@Five
North Lincolnshire Armed Forces Day returns this year to Scunthorpe’s Brumby Hall Sports Ground on Saturday 22 June 2019.
This year the iconic Spitfire will make a flypast during the event, which will take place between 11am and 5pm.
The free event will also feature entertainment from The Nottinghamshire Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers, plus children’s entertainment from Nutty Norman and live music.
Armed Forces Day is the chance to show your support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from those currently in service, to veterans, cadets and their families.
There will be lots happening throughout the day for all the family to enjoy.
A range of food and drink stalls will be there on the day, including ice cream, doughnuts, coffee, burgers and even a double-decker bus bar!
Further details can be found on our website.