What’s on in Northamptonshire: Feb 26 - Mar 5

King Silly and Friends
King Silly and Friends

THURSDAY, FEB 26

MUSIC

The Chris Parker Jazz Quartet at the Stirrup Cup, Barton Seagrave, 9pm. Free entry.

The Selecter (feat Pauline Black) at The Castle, Wellingborough

Roy Civil at The Jazz Café at Auntie Ruth’s, George Row, Npton, 8pm. £1 entry

THEATRE

Oklahoma, Derngate Auditorium, Guildhall Road, N’pton, 7.30pm. Box Office 01604 624811

Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Royal Auditorium, Guildhall Road, N’pton, 7.45pm. Box Office 01604 624811

How Sweet It Is, The Core at Corby Cube, 11am/2pm. Box Office 01536 470470

OTHER

County Market in The Chantry House, Towcester, 8.30am–noon.

Comedy with Mitch Benn & Andrew Watts (support Richard Todd & Tony Cowards), The Walnut Tree, Blisworth, 8.30pm. £7 admission

Talks for Over 60s at Northampton Museum & Art Gallery, Guildhall Rd, N’pton, 10.30am–11.30am. Martin Wills talks about Northampton Tramways.

FRIDAY, FEB 27

MUSIC

Disco night at Monks Park WMC, Wellingborough Road, Npton, 8pm. Free entry.

Disco at The Sunnyside, Boughton Green Road, Kingsthorpe, Npton, 8pm

Mod Story at Barratts Club, Barrack Road, N’pton, 9pm

Go Back To School with Wicksteed Park, Kettering. Disco with Big Bopper Entertainment, 7.30pm. Tickets £10pp from 01536 512475 or www.wicksteedpark.org and inc bangers & mash school dinner. School uniform optional but encouraged.

Kontra Roots Club at Kennedy’s Bar, Finedon, 8pm. Free admission. More info www.kcbworld.co.uk

PushPop 90s Night at Barratts Club, Barrack Road, Npton, 8pm

FunkyTown presents Jazz, Funk & Soul at Auntie Ruth’s, George Row, Npton, 9pm. For tickets email djlen@jfsr.co.uk

Sam Richards at Kingsley Park WMC, N’pton

THEATRE

Oklahoma, Derngate Auditorium, N’pton, 2.30pm/7.30pm. 01604 624811

Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Royal Auditorium, N’pton, 7.45pm. 01604 624811

Fly High, The Core at Corby Cube, 11am/2pm. 01536 470470

Screaming Blue Murder, Underground, Royal & Derngate, N’pton, 8pm. 01604 624811

OTHER

Quiz Night at Brafield WMC, A428.

R-Zone Club for young people aged 8-13 at the Community Centre, Olden Road, Rectory Farm, 5pm to 6pm. Contact Mel 07979 152746

Craft Club, 11am to 3pm, Church Hall, St Peter & St Paul’s Church, Kettering. 07733 341674. Admission £3.

Masterteam Village Quiz 2015, Village Hall, Gretton, 7.30pm. Teams of 3 are welcome to enter. Entry £6 per team. Must book in advance on 01536 772328 or email lizwatt263@btinternet.com

Old Union Canals Society presents a talk on Boat Builders of Market Harborough by Bob Hakewill. 7.30pm, Village Hall, Great Bowden.

SATURDAY, FEB 28

MUSIC

Nolan Terry, Brafield Working Men’s Club, A428, 8pm.

The Aiden Pryor Band at The Woolpack, Rothwell, 9pm.

The Great Divide at Walnut Tree Inn, Blisworth, 9pm. Free entry.

Tina’s Party & Disco at Queens Park WMC, Cranbrook Rd, Npton

Mikki Jons at Northampton WMC, Sheep Street, Npton

Mod Story at Corby Conservative Club, Corby, 8.30pm

Ginger Pig Band and Saturday Sessions with DJ Ryan Dorrian at Auntie Ruth’s, George Row, Npton, from 9pm.

The Northampton Symphony Orchestra performs at St Matthew’s Church, Npton, 7.30pm. Tickets available otd £14/cons £12

Ballroom and Rock & Roll Dance at Church of the Holy Sepulchre Church Rooms, Church Lane, N’pton, 8pm.

Bryan G at Kettering Rifle Band Club, Havelock Street, Kettering

On Route at Great Doddington WMC, Lower Street

The Shady Bunch at Kingsley Park WMC, Npton

THEATRE

King Silly and Friends, Deco Theatre, Abington Square, Npton, 2.30pm. Box Office 01604 622749

Oklahoma, Derngate Auditorium, N’pton, 2.30pm/7.30pm. 01604 624811

Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Royal Auditorium, N’pton, 2.30pm/7.45pm. Box Office 01604 624811

Fly High, The Core at Corby Cube, 8pm. 01536 470470

Open Mic Story Night, Underground, Royal & Derngate, N’pton, 8pm. 01604 624811

OTHER

Quiz with Everything at Caldecott Village Hall, from 7pm, with fish & chips supper. Individuals and teams of up to six can enter at £8pp. Tickets from June Gower 01536 770046 or Jake & Anthea Hill 01536 770463.

Quiz Night at Semilong WMC, Npton

Wellingborough Ramblers walk (7.5 miles). Start at White Hart PH, Flore, 10am. 01604 810581

Afternoon Walk with Northampton Ramblers (4.75 miles). Meet 2pm outside Craft Centre at Old Dairy Farm, Upper Stowe, for walk to Litchborough.

Morning Walk with The Ramblers Association (6 miles). 10.30am Kislingbury Playing Field, Beech Lane.

Hartwell WI is holding a Jumble Sale in the Community Centre, School Lane, Hartwell, 11am. Entrance 50p.

Annual Flower Festival, theme: “Transport through the Ages”. Duston United Reformed Church, Main Road, Duston, 10am–4.30pm. Free admission.

SUNDAY, MARCH 1

MUSIC

Robbie Allen, Brafield Working Men’s Club, A428, 8pm.

Jazzin’ Around with Close to the Bone at The Walnut Tree Inn, Blisworth, noon–2.30pm. Admission £8

NMPAT Orchestra Spectacular, Derngate Auditorium, N’pton, 6pm. 01604 624811

Bob James at Kingsley Park WMC, Npton

OTHER

Annual Flower Festival, theme: “Transport through the Ages”. Duston United Reformed Church, Main Road, Duston, 2pm–4.30pm. Free.

Morning Worship with Holy Communion at Whitefriars Junior School, Rushden, 10.15am

Badminton Club (ages 16+) at Duston Sports Centre, Npton, 07946 631449

Craft Fair, The Pemberton Centre, Rushden, To book a stall contact annavstanton@yahoo.co.uk. Entry £1, kids free.

Walk with Waendel Walkers Club, circular route starting & finishing at The Spread Eagle, Cottingham (choice of 6 or 12 miles), any time from 10am. For more info www.waendel.org.uk. 50p entry fee

Higham Ferrers Footpath Group – Cogenhoe, Denton, Brafield circular, using a new footpath. Meet 9.25am Saffron Road car park, Higham Ferrers or 10am nr Royal Oak PH, Cogenhoe

Car Boot Sale at Nene Park Stadium, Irthlingborough. Sellers 7am, Buyers 8am. www.neneparkcarboot.info Tel 07712 114819

Morning Walk with Northampton Outdoor Group. Meet on the Green at Badby, 10am (9 miles)

Circular Day Walk with The Ramblers Association (12 miles), 8.30am from Church Lane, N’pton, (rearof Church of the Holy Sepulchre Church) or meet leader for 9.30am start from Sharnbrook, nr church. No dogs.

Old Union Canals Society walk meets nr Park Farm (Bridge 31) on Stanford-on-Avon to Cold Ashby Road for walk along the towpat. Meet 10.45am for 11am start.

MONDAY, MAR 2

MUSIC

Acoustic Open Mic with Darryl & Jim at The Woolpack, Rothwell from 9pm.

THEATRE

Circus Of Horrors, Derngate Auditorium, N’pton, 7.30pm. 01604 624811

OTHER

Pub Quiz, Charles Bradlaugh, Earl Street, Npton, 8pm. £1pp

Lunchtime Bingo at Monks Park WMC, Wellingborough Road, N’pton, 2.30pm

Dance at Camp Hill Community Centre, N’pton, 6pm to 8pm (all ages and abilities welcome). Admission £4.

TUESDAY, MAR 3

MUSIC

Roy Forbes with the Graham Dent Trio at the Wig & Pen, St Giles Street, Npton, 9pm. Free

The Levellers, Derngate Auditorium, N’pton, 7pm. 01604 624811

THEATRE

The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, Royal Auditorium, N’pton, 7pm. 01604 624811

OTHER

Salsa Estrellas at The Picturedrome, Ketttering Rd, Npton, pure dancing and fitness, from 7.30pm.

Body Balance at Stanwick Village Hall, 1.30pm to 2.30pm. £4. 07958 382720

Free Ballroom & Latin Dance lessons, 1.30pm–3.30pm at Eden Close Community Room, Lakeview, N’pton. 01604 787246

Poker Night at The Sunnyside PH, Boughton Green Road, Kingsthorpe, Npton, 8pm

“Chiropractic Myths” with Connor Salter, discussion groups at NASO, St Michaels Road, Npton, 10.30am. 01604 858252.

Morning Walk with The Ramblers Association (5 miles). 10am start from Car Park, World’s End PH, Ecton.

KFA Moves (Leicestershire & Northamptonshire Keep Fit Association), AGM & Rally. Moulton School & Science College, Pound Lane, Moulton, 10.15am. Presentations and demonstrations

WEDNESDAY, MAR 4

MUSIC

Jazz & Blues at Charles Bradlaugh, Earl Street, Npton, 8.30pm. Free entry

The Freight Train Jam at Thomas A Becket, St James Road, Npton, 9pm

Legends Open Mic at Kitty O’Shea’s, St Peter’s Way, Npton, 8pm

Rag Mama Rag, Wednesday Blues Club at The Malt Shovel Tavern, Bridge Street, Npton, 8.45pm. Free entry.

The Retros – Wednesday Beat Scene, The Headland, Longland Road, Npton, 8.30pm.

OTHER

Craft Club, Hazelwood Community Centre, Gainsborough Road, Corby, 7pm. 07910 989410

Mums, Grannies, Childminders & Toddlers meet in the Church Hall, Edinburgh Road, Kingsthorpe, 1.30pm–3pm.

Dance – Rose & Castle Morris practice at Stoke Bruerne Village Hall, 8.30pm. www.rose-castlemorris.org.uk

“The Mind’s Eye” with Peter Liebscher, discussion groups at NASO, St Michaels Road, Npton, 7.30pm. 01604 858252.

Monthly Pub Quiz at The Woolpack, Rothwell from 8pm.

Morning Walk with The Ramblers Association (6.5 miles), 9.30am start from Half Moon PH, Grendon. No dogs.

THURSDAY, MAR 5

MUSIC

All That Jazz at the Stirrup Cup, Barton Seagrave, 9pm. Free entry.

Launch of the Electric Open Mic Night with Jim & Darryl at The Walnut Tree Inn, Blisworth, 9pm. Free entry.

Open Mic hosted by Hannah Faulkner at Walnut Tree, Blisworth, 8.30pm

Bluegrass Jam Session at Kingsley Park WMC, Npton

THEATRE

The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, Royal Auditorium, N’pton, 2.30pm/7pm. 01604 624811

Puppetry Of The Penis, Derngate Auditorium, N’pton, 7.30pm. 01604 624811

OTHER

Fund-raising dinner – Professor Bill Bowring discusses “Why the right to freedom of expression is not an absolute right”, University of Northampton, Sunley Management Centre, N’pton, 6.30pm for 7pm. More info email aroy@northamptonshirerec.org.uk or call 01604 400808. Tickets £20 www.nrec.eventbrite.co.uk

Kettering Stamp & Philatelic Society meeting, St Mary’s Primary School, Fuller Street, Kettering, 7.30pm.