What's on in Huntingdonshire this weekend

IF you are stuck for ideas about what to do this weekend, The Hunts Post what s on guide will give you the low down on what s happening in Huntingdonshire. FRIDAY (October 16) A FUNNY Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (also on Saturday) – Burgess H

IF you are stuck for ideas about what to do this weekend, The Hunts Post what's on guide will give you the low down on what's happening in Huntingdonshire.

FRIDAY (October 16)

A FUNNY Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (also on Saturday) - Burgess Hall, St Ives, 7.30pm with a matinee at 2.30pm on the Saturday. �10/�8. 01480 300409.

AN Evening with Mervyn Stutter - Commemoration Hall, Huntingdon, 7.30pm. �8.50/�7.50. 01480 455167 or Card Gallery, Huntingdon.

THE New Seekers - Priory Centre, St Neots, 7.30pm. �15/�14. 01480 388922.

VINTAGE Funfair (also on Saturday 2pm-late and Sunday 2pm-8pm) - Huntingdon Road, Brampton, 6pm-9pm.

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THE First Five Years, an exhibition of prints, paintings and drawings by David Christy (running Tuesday to Saturday until November 14) - St Neots Museum, New Street, St Neots, 11am-4pm. 01480 214163.

ANDREW Ball pianist - Performing Arts Centre, Huntingdon, 7.30pm. �10-�5. 01480 388249.

BEDFORD Brass - Little Paxton school hall, 7.30pm. �6 on the door or in advance from Little Paxton post office or 01480 219022.

ALANS Jam - Pig 'n' Falcon, St Neots, 8.30pm.

FASTER Muttley! - Aviator, St Ives, 8.30pm.

TOM and Pete acoustic - Dragoon, Brampton, 8.30pm.

VIOLET Bones - Royal Oak, Godmanchester, 8pm.

SATURDAY (October 17)

FIRST Brampton Scout Group jumble sale - Brampton Scouts HQ, High Street, Brampton, 2pm-4pm. 50p for adults or free for children.

AUTUMN sale and charity coffee morning in aid of Merry-Go-Round - Bridge Church Office, Unit 4, Bramley Road, St Ives, 10am-2pm. �01480 498801.

GENERAL knowledge quiz and grand draw in aid of Offord Village Hall - Offord Village Hall, 7.30pm. Nibbles provided but bring own drinks. �5 per person. 01480 811697/811126.

BACON butty bonanza by 1st Warboys Scout Group - Outside Davies Newsagents, Warboys, 7.30am-10.30am.

GUIDED walk - Hinchingbrooke Country Park, Huntingdon, 11am.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE Group Ramblers Oundle walk (14km / nine miles) - Meet at Huntingdonshire Riverside car park at 9am for car sharing or at Barnwell Country Park at 10am. Bring picnic lunch. 01480 370239.

RICHARD Cromwell study day - Huntingdon Library and Archive Centre, Princess Street, Huntingdon, 10.30am-4.15pm. �25 including lunch. 01480 372742.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE Philharmonic choir and orchestra with new joint musical director, Adrian Brown - Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Huntingdon, 7.30pm. �10/�6 on the door or 07736814479.

SAHARA - Hyde Park, St Neots, 9pm.

FRENZY - Lord Protector, Huntingdon, 8.45pm.

VOCAL Academy, Free Range and Jennifer Thompson - All Saint's Church, Sawtry, 7.30pm. �7/�5 or free for under 16s. 01487 832949.

LAST Night of the Proms by the Royal Air Force Wyton Voluntary Band - South Hall, Abbey College, Ramsey, 7.30pm. �8/�6.50. 01487 813562.

SPLIT Whiskers in aid of Prostate Cancer Research - Pidley Village Hall, 7.30pm. �5.

ORBITAL Kaos - Three Tuns, Huntingdon, 8.30pm.

VIOLET Bones - Market Inn, Huntingdon, 9pm.

BURLESQUE - George and Dragon, Eaton Socon, 8.30pm.

JOKER - Aviator, St Ives, 8.30pm.

CHUCK Norris - Floods Tavern, St Ives, 8.30pm.

SOUL Patrol - Millers Arms, Eaton Socon, 8.30pm.

SALABANZI - Pig 'n' Falcon, St Neots, 8pm.

SUNDAY (October 18)

CAR boot sale - Papworth Village Hall, 8am-noon, 10p entry.

CAR boot sale - Huntingdon Racecourse, Brampton, from 10.30am. �1 entry.

FRUIT and vegetable fair with apple pressing and tasting - Coneygear Park, Huntingdon, 11am-3pm.

GENERAL knowledge quiz with Ben - Monkfield Arms, Cambourne, 9pm. �1.

GUS Band - Priory Centre, St Neots in aid of the Mayor's Charities, 7pm. 01480 �12.50/�10. 01480 388922.

SPLIT Whiskers - Nelsons Head, St Ives, 2.30pm-5.30pm.

- Email your events to: Natalie.bowyer@archant.co.uk

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