You could have an ABBAtastic night next week at the Empire – Lots more in the What’s On Guide

Top tribute Thank ABBA for the Music are heading back to the Blackburn Empire on Friday 31st January and it is guaranteed to be a great night. Dust of those flares and become the ultimate Dancing Queen.

Please check with venues for latest availibility.

Blackburn Town Centre:

Until 25th July 2020: V&A; William Morris Wallpaper, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Wednesday – Saturday 12noon -4:45pm

28th Jan: Holocaust Memorial Day, Council Chambers, Blackburn Town Hall 1:30pm

29th Jan: Lunchtime Recital, Blackburn Cathedral 1pm

30th Jan -13th Feb: Textile Exhibition, Blackburn Cathedral Crypt (Monday – Saturday 8am until after last service of the day, Sunday 7:45am until after last service of the day)

31st Jan: Peepers, Prism Gallery, Lord Street West 7pm -10pm

1st Feb -16th May: Holding the Vision, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Wednesday –Saturday 12noon -4:45pm

1st Feb: ‘Get Crafty’ Free Arts & Crafts Sessions, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery 12noon -4pm

1st Feb: American Wrestling, King George’s Hall 7:30pm

Darwen Town Centre: 

1st Feb: Comedy Club, Darwen Library Theatre, Knott Street 8pm

Other Events around the Borough:

27th Jan: Blackburn Flower School: Cloche Design; Fresh & Dried, St Marks Club, Preston Old Road, Blackburn 7pm -8:30pm

28th Jan: Blackburn Rovers F.C. vs Queens Park Rangers F.C. Ewood Park 7:45pm

30th Jan: Wrong Jovi vs The Freddie & Queen Experience, Blackburn Empire Theatre 7:30pm

31st Jan -9th Feb: Aladdin; The Pantomime, The Barlow, Bolton Road, Edgworth. Various Times, see:

31st Jan: Thank ABBA for the Music, Blackburn Empire Theatre 7:30pm

1st Feb: Trash & Treasure, The Barlow, Bolton Road, Edgworth 10am -1pm

1st Feb: The Roy Orbison Story: Barry Steele & Friends, Blackburn Empire Theatre 7:30pm

2nd Feb: Blackburn Hawks vs Nottingham Lions, Blackburn Ice Arena, Lower Audley Street 5:30pm

2nd Feb: Bleed Like Me, Blackburn Empire Theatre 6:30pm

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