Whats on in Blackburn with Darwen: 1-7 September

Published Monday 1 September 2014 at 15:56

Blackburn Town Centre:

2nd Sept: Until 30th September “Many Moods of Corporation Park” Blackburn Central Library

4th Sept:  Blackburn is Open First Thursday – Blackburn Festival Preview Party, 4 – 8pm

Photography Exhibition – amazing images taken at last year’s Blackburn festival.

Liz n Lil’s Cafe host a table top Art’s & Craft market 4 – 8pm with live music, also Cath in the Attic will be running a workshop to make your own Festival Headband.

Blackburn Film Club presents – Fritz Lang’s Metropolis at the pop up cinema 63 King William Street. £5 with free Cocktails & Popcorn.

Live music, art & more. Blackburn is Open Shop King William Street

5th Sept: George’s Comedy Club, Windsor Suite, King George’s Hall, 8pm

6th Sept: Motown Showdown, Professional Boxing , King Georges Hall 6.45 pm

Until 15th November:  WW1 Exhibition: Their Story, Our Story, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery

Darwen Town Centre:

2nd Sept: DLT Film Society –The Railway Man, Darwen Library Theatre 2pm

3rd Sept: Afternoon Variety Show, Darwen Library Theatre 2pm – 4.30

5th Sept: An Evening of Clairvoyance with David Holt, Darwen Library Theatre 8.00pm

6th Sept:  Darwen Brass, Darwen Library Theatre 7.30pm

6th & 7th Sept: Trails in the Park, Sunnyhurst Woods, 1pm – 4.30pm

6th Sept to 19th October: A Collection of Seascapes and Landscapes by Michael Wilkinson, Sunnyhurst Visitor Centre


Other Events Around the Borough:

1st Sept: Monday Club, Thwaites Empire Theatre, 2pm.

2nd Sept: The Nine Day Queen – A talk by Norman Pearson, Livesey Library 2pm

2nd Sept: Corpy kids, Corporation Park, 1pm – 3pm.

3rd Sept: Make your own lotions, creams & potions, Wellbeing Farm, Edgworth 6pm

3rd to 6th Sept: World Premier of Yolo, Thwaites Empire Theatre 7.30pm. (no Friday performance)

5th Sept: The Rat Pack is Back, Thwaites Empire Theatre. 7.30pm

5th Sept: Exclusive After Hours Guided Tour, Turton Tower. Afternoon tea and tour starts at 5pm. Tour with light supper starts at 6pm

6th Sept: Blackburn Festival, a free music & arts festival with headline performance from Toploader. Also comedy, food, arts & crafts workshops.  Witton Country Park. 12 noon – 9pm

6th Sept: World Premier of Yolo, Thwaites Empire Theatre. 7.30pm. Tickets: £10.00

6th Sept: Make willow sculptures for your garden, Wellbeing Farm, Edgworth 11 – 4pm

7th Sept: Ribble Valley Riding Club, Witton Country Park 9.30 am



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