Jocelyn Brown, Queen and writing workshops – there’s something for everyone

You’ll be happy to read that this weekend’s cultural calendar is exuberant in its choice, always full of options to celebrate Father’s Day and also boogie to the sound of Jocelyn Brown.

  1. Don’t Stop The Queen Now, Old Fire Station, June 18
    An energetic and realistic tribute performance, bringing Queen’s forty years of reign to life. Perfect for reliving that Freddie Mercury magic.
  2. Nature Festival, Talkin’ Tarn, Brampton June 18-19
    A fantastically family-friendly event where everyone is encouraged to come and celebrate nature, take part in fantastic activities and learn something new.
  3. Father’s Day, June 19
    As Father’s Day approaches, why not take a stroll together in one of the city’s spectacular parks, always perfectly complemented by a stop at your dad’s favorite pub.
  4. Summer Solstice 108 Yoga mala with Emma, ​​The Yoga Studio, June 19 Celebrate the summer solstice by participating in The Yoga Studio’s annual Yoga Mala – practicing this rhythmic, repetitive movement also allows you to experience the energetic yet meditative benefits of yoga.
  5. Writing workshop with Carlisle Writers Group, June 19
    The Carlisle Writers Group will stroll along the river, where Hadrian’s Wall Path travels, and find inspiration in the natural setting, then retreat to the ANBO Club to gather ideas, craft some initial thoughts and polish a finished piece.
  6. Watch Limbo, Tullie House, June 20
    Film screening for refugee week of the award-winning film about four asylum seekers who stay on a remote island in Scotland, followed by a short talk from someone who came to Carlisle as an asylum seeker there a few years old.
  7. Chris Ramsey, The Sands Centre, June 20
    Critically acclaimed comedian Chris Ramsey hits the road for his biggest stand-up tour yet.
  8. Headlining show, The Brickyard, June 18
    An impressive selection of bands from Carlisle and the North East for a night of partying including; Haushinka; Kidpunk and Robots with souls.

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