What’s on in Huntingdonshire this weekend

Friday (July 16)

THE Merchant of Venice – Buckden Towers, Walled Knot Garden, 7.30pm. �12/�10. Box Office: 01480 810344 or on the gate subject to availability.

CADILLAC Arrest – Rivermill Tavern, Eaton Socon, 9pm.

JO Coppolaro – Market Inn, Huntingdon, 9pm.

JAYNE and Friends – Pig ‘n’ Falcon, St Neots, 8.30pm.

MICKEY Flynn – Three Tuns, Huntingdon, 8.30pm.

RELOADED – Bulls Head, St Neots, 8.30pm.

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KARAOKE – Lord Protector, Hartford, 8pm.

LET’S Paint Together art exhibition (also on Saturday 10am-4pm) – Warboys Parish Church, 10am-9pm. Free entry.

KIMBOLTON Flower Festival (also running on Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday noon-6pm) – St Andrews Church, Kimbolton, noon-6pm, �2.50 on the door. The

Aragon Singers will be performing on Saturday at 7.30pm, �4 on the door or in advance from the Framery.

SUMMER art exhibition by East Anglian artists (running until August 16) – L’bidi Gallery, Abbots Ripton, 10am-5pm (closed on Thursdays and Sundays). Free entry.

Saturday (July 17)

13 THE Musical – Comberton Village College, 3pm and 7pm. �9/�6. Box Office: http://www.riversidetheatrecompany.co.uk/productions.php

MUSIC at the Abbey featuring performances by The Alan Norris Big Band, Abbey Flute Group and Ramsey Choral Society – Abbey College, Ramsey, 6pm-10pm. �12 on the gate or �10 in advance from 01487 813562.

BURLESQUE – Aviator, St Ives, 8.3pm.

ROCK It – Lord Protector, Hartford, 9pm.

DAVID Humphreys organ recital in aid of Buckden’s Living Stones Appeal – St Mary’s Church Buckden, 7.30pm. �10/�8. 01480 811608.

LOUISE King – Hyde Park, St Neots, 8.30pm.

SCALLYWAGS – George and Dragon, Eaton Socon, 8.30pm.

MIDLIFE Crisis – Black Bull, Brampton, 8.30pm.

ORBITAL Kaos – Bell, Great Paxton, 8.30pm.

THE Warning – Pig ‘n’ Falcon, St Neots, 8.30pm.

SOUL Sisters – Anchor, Little Paxton, 8.30pm.

SUMMER Fete with splat-the-rat, treasure hunts and obstacle courses in aid of Huntingdon Gymnastics Club - playing field outside the gym in Claytons Way, Huntingdon, 2pm-6pm. Free entry. Limited parking.

ST Neots annual brewery event with a guest real ale and a charity raffle – Bulls Head, St Neots, from noon.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE Group Ramblers Exton walk (14km / eight and a half miles) – Meet at Exton near the Fox and Hounds pub, 10am. 01480 433105.

SAINTS Crafters Fair in aid of Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind – Free Church, St Ives, 9.30am-4pm.

CAR boot sale in aid of Papworth Hospital Chairty – Slepe Hall Playing Fields, St Ives, 8am-1pm. �5 a pitch from 01480 462784/07808 571414.

FARMERS’ Market (first and third Saturday of every month) – Sheep Market, St Ives, 8.30am-2pm.

FARMERS’ Market (third Saturday of every month) – New Road, Ramsey, 8.30pm-2pm.

FARMERS’ Market (second and fourth Saturday of every month) – Market Square, St Neots, 8am-1pm.

CAR boot sale – Alconbury truck stop, sellers from 7am and buyers from 8am. �6 a car pitch or �7 a van pitch. 50p entry. 01480 384045.

Sunday (July 18)

ARCADIAN Ramblers – Riverside Park, St Neots, 2.30pm-4.30pm.

STEVE Lake – Lord Protector, Hartford, 2pm.

NARROW Daylight – Black Bull, Brampton, 8.30pm.

KARAOKE – Level 2, Huntingdon, from 8pm.

FREE film night with popcorn – Medway Christian Centre, Nene Road, Huntingdon, 6.30pm. 07858 256537.

GARDEN party with African dancing, croquet, boules and a raffle in aid of the Charles Hicks and Roman Gate Patients Group – 3 The Avenue, Godmanchester,

2.30pm-5.30pm. Admission by ticket only. �8 from 01480 432633.

CHARITY fun horse show in aid of Redwings Horse Sanctuary – Equestriana Livery Stables, New Road, Warboys, from 10am. Parking �2.

KIMBOLTON Country Fayre – Kimbolton Castle, from 11am, �6/�3 at the gates or �16 for a family ticket.

CAR boot sale (every Sunday excluding September 5, October 3 and October 31) – Huntingdon Racecourse, Brampton. Sellers 10am and buyers 10.30am. �1 for buyers or �7 a car pitch or �12 a van pitch.

CAR boot sale - Papworth Village Hall, 8am-12.30pm, 10p entry.

To have your event listed for free online and in The Hunts Post, email Natalie.bowyer@archant.co.uk

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