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REVIEW: Expect hit after hit when on-song Elton John heads to Peterborough

Music
Dick Whittington Key Theatre panto 2016 EMN-160112-090955009

Fitt puts the wit in Whittington but it is the fairy who shines

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Glamophones

A touch of 1940s Glam comes to Westgate Arcade

Business
Olly Murs

Olly Murs announces Newmarket Racecourse date

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Exhibition: Choose your favourite ‘Peterborough Cathedral at Night’ photo

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Michael Cross: Why music plays a big part in the season’s festivities

Opinion
Tu Danse Musical Mayhem at the KingsGate Centre.

A cast of hundreds entertain across three terrific shows

Arts 1
The Lithuanian community

Public invited to Lithuanian Christmas event at Peterborough Town Hall

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REVIEW: Expect hit after hit when on-song Elton John heads to Peterborough

Music
Peterborough Cathedral Choir

Michael Cross: Why music plays a big part in the season’s festivities

Opinion

Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers to perform at Stamford School

News

The Sherlocks follow the clues 
for gig at The Met Lounge

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Fitt puts the wit in Whittington but it is the fairy who shines

Whats on
Tu Danse Musical Mayhem at the KingsGate Centre.

A cast of hundreds entertain across three terrific shows

Arts 1

Exhibition: Choose your favourite ‘Peterborough Cathedral at Night’ photo

News 2
Tu Danse Musical Mayhem at the KingsGate Centre.

A cast of hundreds entertain across three terrific shows

Arts 1
"Oh Margaret, youre such a Polecat and as for you Susan, you Ninnycock, Ill see you later"

REVEALED: Academic uncovers the best long-lost British swear words

Arts
Pink Mohican Wins Pizza Eating - Original Pic 1985/ Reunion Pic July 2016
Punk Badger Farcue can still remember winning the Pizza Eating Competition
in Cathedral Square in Peterborough in 1985. The contest was organised by
Stefan Malajny, who ran the Papa Luigi pizza restaurant. Stefan said: "I
remember Badger managed to eat his pizza in about two minutes, which was
very fast." Badger was 20 at the time of the contest and worked as a
labourer, building dry stone walls. He said: "My friends encouraged me to
enter and we had to try and eat a 12-inch cheese and tomato pizza as
quickly as possible. I won and got a round of applause and front page of
the local paper." Badger, who has five children, moved to Somerset in 1991 and now tarmacs roads.

Peterborough photographer Chris Porsz reunites subjects from city’s 40-year-old pictures to recreate nostalgic scenes

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Writer draws on Crowland rail memories for new play

Arts

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

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Turkey ready for Christmas lunch,

Restaurant tip for your turkey, veg and Yorkshire puds

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