From rocking in the aisles to Vampire's Rock to an exhibition on the magic of colour - here are a few things to do in Blackpool today - Friday, February 7, 2020

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Each day we'll bring you a selection of shows and events happening in Blackpool that you won't want to miss. So if you're planning an impromptu night here are today's choices:

Theatre and shows

Steve Steinman’s Vampires Rock – Ghost Train: Starring Steve Steinman and an incredible cast of singers, dancers and musicians, this show will have you rocking in the aisles. The Grand Theatre, Church Street, Blackpool. 7.30pm.

McGuiness and Whitham on Tour: Meet and hear John McGuinness as he reveals all to James Whitham, an expert on motorbike racing. James conducts the interview with John along with the audience Q and A. This is a unique evening, and an absolute must for all sports fans and if you just happen to be a fan of Motor Cycle racing then it is unmissable. Lowther Pavilion, Lowther Terrace, Lytham. 7pm.

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Tool Shed (Tool tribute) & Metropolis (Dream Theater Tribute): Waterloo Music Bar, Waterloo Road, South Shore. 7.30pm.

Social clubs

Roy Rolland: Claremont Conservative Club, Westminster Road, Blackpool.

Kick: Bispham Con. Club, Red Bank Road, Bispham.

Danny Murphy: Bloomfield Club, 128 Bloomfield Road, Blackpool.

Jason Ashton: Hotels and Apartments Club, 122 Coronation Street, Blackpool.

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Donna: Thornton Cleveleys Wings Club. 135, Victoria Road West, Cleveleys. 

Jazz, Swing & Blues with Rachel Hernon: Blackpool RBL Club, 33039 King Street, Blackpool.

The Double Deckers: Stanley Ward Conservative Club, 92-94 Common Edge Road, Marton.


Spotlight on Sculpture: The first in a series of exhibitions that brings together recent as well as long-standing acquisitions in a display that highlights key sculpture works from the collection. Grundy Art Gallery, Queen Street, Blackpool. 10am-5pm.

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The Magic Of Colour: Art exhibition. Three, very talented local artists, enjoy the work of Kathy Rowan, Radka Palmer and Michelle Summerfield. Family friendly, free and open to members of the public. The Solaris Centre, New South Promenade, Blackpool.