Menopause The Musical 2 sails into Blackburn this Wednesday starring Cheryl Fergison (EastEnders), Nicole Barber-Lane (Hollyoaks), Rebecca Wheatley (Casualty), and Nicki French (Eurovision). Lots more in this week’s what’s on guide.

Blackburn Town Centre:

Until 25th July 2020: V&A; William Morris Wallpaper, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Wednesday – Saturday 12noon -4:45pm

Until 16th May: Holding the Vision, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Wednesday –Saturday 12noon -4:45pm

Until 5th Mar: Sculpture Exhibition – Harry Clayton-Mills, Prism Contemporary Gallery, Lord Street West

Until 13th Feb: Textile Exhibition, Blackburn Cathedral Crypt (Monday – Saturday 8am until after last service of the day, Sunday 7:45am until after last service of the day)

11th Feb: The Oddfellows, The Salvation Army, Vicar Street 12noon

12th Feb: Lunchtime Recital, Blackburn Cathedral 1pm

12th Feb: Menopause The Musical 2, King George’s Hall 7:30pm

13th Feb: Friends of Blackburn Museum Monthly Talk: A Lancashire Garland; 500 Years of Lancashire & its Dialect by Sid Calderbank, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery 2pm

13th Feb: Textile Exhibition Interactive Talk, Blackburn Cathedral 2:30pm

13th Feb: David Baddiel: Trolls Not The Dolls, King George’s Hall 7:30pm

14th Feb: Hearts & Voices Concert, Blackburn Cathedral 7:30pm

15th Feb: ‘Get Crafty’ Free Arts & Crafts Sessions, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery 12noon -4pm

15th Feb: Luther: The Legend Lives On, King George’s Hall 7:30pm

Other Events around the Borough:

11th Feb: Blackburn Rovers F.C. vs Hull City F.C. Ewood Park 7:45pm

14th Feb: American Four Tops, Blackburn Empire Theatre 7:30pm

15th Feb: St. Silas’ Church Organ Recital, Preston New Road, Blackburn 10:15am

15th Feb: The Greatest Show, Blackburn Empire Theatre 1pm

16th Feb: Lunchtime Music Session, The Barlow, Bolton Road, Edgworth 1pm 16th Feb: Diva Mix, Blackburn Empire Theatre 2pm