What’s on in Spalding

Spalding Ukulele Orchestra.
Spalding Ukulele Orchestra.
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Events in the Spalding area from Thursday, February 25 to Wednesday, March 2


Free art session: creative journal making, with special emphasis on integrating those experiencing mild to moderate mental health issues, Spalding Library, 2-4pm, 01406 701013.

Bingo: Elizabethan Centre, Whaplode Drove, doors open 7pm for eyes down 7.30pm, 01406 330388.

Pinchbeck Photographic Group: Twofold competition evening with Three on a Theme and Circles digital images and prints, Pinchbeck East Primary School, 7.30pm, entry £3.50, all welcome.

A Textile Exhibition: display by Jacqui Parkinson inspired by passages from the Old and New Testament, in the New Building at Peterborough Cathedral, 9am-5pm, free entry.

Changing fashions in the time of Jane Austen talk: by Izabela Pitcher, Georgian Splendour to Regency Elegance, part of What did the Georgians ever do for us? lecture series, Peterborough Museum 7.30pm, entry £5/£4 from 01733 864663.


Psychic night: St Barbanas Hospice, Clover Way, Spalding, 7pm, £10 per person including coffee and cake.

Evening of clairvoyance: with Christine Malkin, Ivo Day Centre, Spalding, 7.30pm, 01775 721067.

Quiz night: Donington Church Hall, 7.30pm, tables up to four people £5 per person to include supper, BYO, drinks glasses provided, 01775 820248.

Still Singing Up a Storm: Kimber’s Men singers and musicians, Morton Village Hall, 7.30pm, 01778 570370.

Geology workshop: with Helen Gould, Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, 2-3pm.

Race and supper night: Spalding Lions, South Holland Centre, Spalding, 7pm for 7.30pm, £8.50 to include bangers and mash, 01775 760383.

Cake stall: in aid of Lutton church flower festival funds, Long Sutton Church hall, 9am-noon.

Pavanotti: alter-ego of Pinchbeck singer Jeff Woods, in concert, St Laurence Church, Surfleet, 7.30pm, £10 entry includes wine and nibbles, profits to the flower fund, 01775 680746.

Clarice Cliff lecture: Brian Phillips, Spalding Gentlemen’s Society lecture series, Spalding Grammar School, 8pm, entry £2.

Karaoke: Riverside Bar & Restaurant, Sutton Bridge, 9pm, 07711 212736.


Still Singing Up a Storm: Kimber’s Men singers and musicians, Market House, Long Sutton, 7.30pm, 01406 366767.

Karaoke: Mad Soundz Karaoke, Lamb and Flag, Whaplode, 8.30pm.

Snowdrop walk: St Mary’s Whaplode, 11.30am-3.30pm, and craft fair in the village hall 10am-4pm.

Quiz night: Alan’s quiz night, The Elizabethan Centre, Whaplode Drove, maximum four per team, £1 per person, all money back in prizes, 8pm for 8.30pm.

Open garden: 21 Chapel Street, Haconby, near Bourne, 11am-4pm, entry £3, children free.

Rummage sale: plus tombola, cakes, refreshments, The Ruby Hunt Centre, Donington, 10am-2pm, free entry.

£1 sale: clothes, accessories, jewellery, household goods, CDs, books, toys etc, all £1, Broad Street Methodist Church, Spalding, 10am-1pm, entry 20p, proceeds to Vision21 project.

Spalding Ukulele Orchestra concert: Broad Street Methodist Church, Spalding, 7pm, tickets £6 include light refreshments, proceeds to Vision21 project, 01775 769438.

Monthly coffee morning: tea/coffee and cake together with bring and buy, including farming and horticulture books from 1950s and 1960s and earlier, St Bartholomew’s, West Pinchbeck, 10am-noon, free entry, all welcome.

Craft fair: Whaplode Village Hall, 10am-4pm, free entry.

Winter Bird Watch: Vine House Farm, Deeping St Nicholas, tours (in own vehicle) from 10am, £5 per person, book on 01775 630208.


Snowdrop walk: St Mary’s Whaplode, 11.30am-3.30pm.

Open garden: 21 Chapel Street, Haconby, near Bourne, 11am-4pm, entry £3, children free.

Nene Valley Railway: Winter rail-car Sunday specials, details from 01708 784444.

Heritage and theatre: Egg Box Theatre six-week project to find out how heritage matters and create a new production, open to anyone, Pinchbeck Church Hall, 10.30am-4pm, details from 07712 231326.


Spalding Arts & Crafts Society: Isabel Coe demonstration on how to create a picture of an estuary scene using mixed media, 7.30pm, preceded by AGM at 7pm, Pinchbeck Village Hall, £4.50 guests including tea and coffee, all welcome.

Spalding and District Stamp Club: M Caswell, The Fraiser Room, Surfleet, 2pm, 01775 762661.


South Holland Centre, Spalding

NT Live, As You Like It, Thursday, 7pm, Dad’s Army Friday 7.30pm, Saturday 2pm, and 7.30pm, Sunday 2pm, Monday 7.30pm, Tuesday 1pm, Wednesday 7.30pm; Exhibition on screen: Renoir Wednesday 2pm.

Peterborough Showcase

For times visit www.showcasecinemas.co.uk


Friday: Live music with DNA, Jolly Crispin, Lutton, 9pm.

Saturday: Cat Turner, Donington Royal British Legion, 8pm, 01775 821112.


South Holland Centre, Spalding: Dodge the Shredder, fundraising workshop for visual arts, Thursday 10am-4pm; National Theatre Live: As You Like It, Thursday, 7pm; Exhibition on screen: Renoir, the Unknown Artist, Wednesday 2pm; Kim Lowings & The Greenwood, Wednesday 8.15pm.

The Cresset, Peterborough: Comedy Club, The Orbison Story, Russian State Opera: Madam Butterfly, Ed Byrne. Key Theatre, Peterborough: National Theatre Live – As You Like It, The Blues Band, YolanDa Brown, Martin Carthy and John Kirkpatrick, The Birthday Party. Stamford Corn Exchange: Think Floyd Pink Floyd Tribute. Stamford Arts Centre: Stamford Senior Youth Theatre – it Snows; Literature at lunchtime: Macbeth, by William Shakespeare.