From Sing-a-long Bohemian Rhapsody to an art exhibition - here are five things to do today in Blackpool - Wednesday, February 5, 2020
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
Sing-a-long-a Bohemian Rhapsody: The smash hit film as you have never experienced it before, celebrate Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. The Grand Theatre, Church Street, Blackpool. 7.30pm.
From Downton To Gatsby: Jewellery & Fashion 1890–1929: Presented by Andrew Prince from Fylde Arts Society. In his talk Andrew guides you through the extraordinary periods and events between 1890 and 1929, where the great fashion houses collaborated with the finest of jewellers to produce works of art of outstanding quality and glittering opulence. Lowther Pavilion, Lowther Terrace, Lytham. 2pm.
Back to Back: Bloomfield Club, 128 Bloomfield Road, Blackpool.
Community Concert: Featuring Andy Mudd, Kadie Jo with compere Des Day. Admission £2, Cleveleys Men’s Club, Slinger Road, Cleveleys. 2pm.
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.
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.