Our latest update about the latest cancelled and postponed events in Blackburn & Darwen.
Based on the book by Raymond Briggs and adapted for the stage by Pins and Needles Productions, The Bear, brings dazzling puppetry, delicious music, dreamy storytelling, and dozens of laughs to Darwen Library Theatre for two performances on Sunday 29th & Monday 30th March.
Inspired by the most creative decade in music, The Counterfeit Sixties bring the whole decade to life with a show featuring music from over thirty bands and performers including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks and The Monkees.
Packed with big gags, hilarious stories and poignant reflections about an ordinary man who lived through extraordinary times; Arthur, accompanied by the mellifluous Kirsty Newton tells the story of his own father.
Manchester’s The Slow Readers Club have announced their fourth album, The Joy Of The Return, out on March 20th via Modern Sky UK. The band have also shared their new single, ‘All I Hear’, the first track to be taken from the album.
2020 sees Ribble Valley International Piano Week further broadening its reach as a treasured piano festival in rural North West England.
An unmissable chance to see a world class vocalist up close and personal performing classic hits from across the decades, when Kevin Simm performs at Darwen Library Theatre on Wednesday 22nd April.
ACT TWO will follow on from Waite and Simone’s first offering as a dancing duo, with more old-fashioned variety - dance, comedy and song! It arrives at Blackburn’s Empire Theatre for a matinee performance on Sunday 22nd March 2020 at 2:30pm.
Starting out as the band behind Ian Dury, the Blockheads are a legendary outfit that has grown in stature from the early days of the Stiff tour in 1977, right up to the present day.
A new events and themed pop-up markets area at the heart of Blackburn Market has been named Holme Street. The name comes from a long-lost road that used to connect Ainsworth Street to Railway Road in the town.