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It’s still a BoyzLife for Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy

Two of the biggest boy bands join forces in theatre production of their biggest hits on Friday 28th February 2020 at Blackburn’s King George’s Hall.

Bigotry, belonging, and a cat called Roger… a National Health Story

Behind the blue curtain - Daniel, a refugee from Eritrea, now training to be a nurse; Rahmiya, a second-generation Muslim doctor; and David, elderly white cancer patient and discredited academic, fretting about his cat, Roger.

BBC TV’s Flog It at Blackburn Cathedral – Broadcast Today

BBC TV came to Blackburn Cathedral way back in 2018, and now the show will finally be broadcast - tonight!

It’s a Hazy Little Thing called Love with Paul Sinha

Paul Sinha brings his latest tour show, Hazy Little Thing Called Love, to Darwen Library Theatre on Saturday 22nd February.

Everything Bublé – All the hits in one show

Everything Bublé is a tribute to the Canadian megastar Michael Bublé featuring all the big hits from the early days right through to his latest hits.

Spirit of the Dance – The Show that Conquered the World

The International smash hit “Spirit of the Dance” celebrates 21 fabulous years as one of the most successful dance shows ever
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GET YOUR MEAL FOR FREE THIS AUGUST with Blackburn Life

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Council staff join local Track & Trace efforts to improve results

Blackburn with Darwen Council has announced it has developed local systems and council staff will now join in the contact tracing system, where the national system has not been successful.

Over 100 restaurants, cafes and pubs where you can get 50% off in and around Blackburn & Darwen!

Over 100 local restaurants, pubs and cafes have joined the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in and around Blackburn & Darwen.

North West of England: new local restrictions – what you can and cannot do

New restrictions on household gatherings in parts of the North West including Blackburn and Darwen.