As one of the characters in Jim Cartwright’s tale says: ‘You seem more interesting things in a pub than on TV’ and that is very true of this moving production of Two running in the intimate setting of The Studio, at Theatre by the Lake, writes Karen Morley-...

Last weekend’s Kendal Festival of Food was so successful that early calculations indicate it was the busiest event in its history. It is estimated tha...
SUNDAY 14 DECEMBER COLIN CAYGILL’S ANTIQUES FAIR Vintage classics, ceramics, silver, clothing and jewellery 10am – 4.00 pm  £1.20 entry Rhege...
Choirs from Hunter Hall School and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School will be performing at the annual Christmas Carol Service organised by Eden District...
This year’s Penrith Winter Festival, sponsored by Cumbrian Homes and Discover Penrith, begins with a weekend of festive fun and entertainment as the t...
The Trout Hotel in Cockermouth will once again welcome the renowned ‘Christmas Decorators’ to deck its halls in exceptional style, following the popul...
Father Christmas was in joyful mood this week as he discovered how many charities working across the UK will benefit directly from local people using...
A team of valuation day sleuths are offering to solve family mysteries and reveal the history behind local people’s curios and treasures. People in South Lakeland are being urged to bring their...
Eden Brewery was a hive of activity this week as final preparations were being made for a special beer that will be sold in pubs to mark English Tourism Week 2015. Members of Eden District...
The first ingredients for this summer’s Eden Food & Farming Festival went into the pot this week. Penrith shopkeeper Greg Forbes from Smoked was the first to grab a stall at Penrith on a Plate,...
Ian Sherwood, an award-winning Canadian musician and songwriter, is all set to enchant Cumbrian audiences when he performs at Orton Market Hall with his unique brand of folk and pop music, all the...