East of England Arena, April 30-May 2
The trucking extravaganza that is Truckfest returns to Peterborough as it celebrates 40 years.
Full details here
International Food and Drink Festival
Charters beer garden, April 30 and May 1
Around 20 different food kiosks plus free festival entertainment throughout – Saturday will feature a DJ set from Eclectic Ballroom from 2-8pm and Generation 5pan will perform from 10pm; then on Sunday it will be the turn of Jazz Underground from 12-3pm and Dan Poole from 3-6pm.
Full details here
All Railways Great And Small
Nene Valley Railway, Wansford Station, Stibbington, April 30, May 1 and 2
Explore the world of trains from model railway displays (courtesy of March Model Railway Club) to full size steam trains that will be running on the tracks this bank holiday weekend.
Spring Craft Fair
Crowland Abbey, May 2, 10am-4pm
Craft items available will include: Art, Stationery, Sewn and Knitted Items, Pottery, Flowers, Jewellery and Moulton Mill products. Refreshments available. Entrance is £1
Giovanni Pernice – This Is Me
The Cresset, May 3
Paying homage to the music and dances that have inspired Giovanni’s career, from a competition dancer to one of the biggest names on the hit BBC show.
Peterborugh Arts Cinema, John Clare Theatre, tonight
After her grandmother dies, Nelly is taken to her mother's childhood home, where she encounters Marion, a girl exactly Nelly's age and to whom she bears a striking resemblance.
One Night In Dublin
The Cresset, May 5
For nearly 15 years Middi and his legendary band The Wild Murphys have been playing Irish music to the masses and now they’re bringing Murphy's Pub to The Cresset!
The Wild Murphys celebrate all the Irish classics including Galway Girl, Tell Me Ma, Dirty Old Town, The Irish Rover, Brown Eyed Girl, Seven Drunken Nights, Sally MacLennane, When You Were Sweet Sixteen, Whiskey In The Jar, Wild Rover and Molly Malone to name just a few!
The Cresset, April 29
The ultimate tribute to Neil Diamond featuring Gary Ryan, as seen on 'Stars in Their Eyes'. Taking it back to where it began, this musical journey celebrates 50 years of a legend.
The Cresset, May 4
Starring Amelle Berrabah (Sugababes), Nicole Faraday (Bad Girls) and Wendi Harriott (The Voice) as Dionne, Monique and Rachael otherwise known as 80s chart topping trio ‘The Fabulettes’
New Theatre, until Saturday
Jeremy Edwards stars in the political thriller from best selling crime novelist Hilary Bonner.
Read the review here
Deepings Literary Festival
Various locations, April 28-May 1
A number of local authors, TV presenter Pam Rhodes, Flag Fen founder and archaeologist Francis Pryor (sold out) and are all taking part. Handforth Parish Council clerk Jackie Weaver will talk about her life as a councillor, a clerk and as chief officer.
Details and tickets at www.stamfordartscentre.com