Growing in notoriety and popularity, the Lancaster Music Festival has just been named among the winners in the 2013 Lancaster Tourism Awards. The 5th annual Lancaster Music Festival takes place this weekend, 11th – 13th October. With over 100 performances at over 30 venues, there’s something to meet every taste, whether your passion is blue grass, punk, rock, indie and pretty much everything in between. Most of the shows are free, as are the brochures. The city will indeed be alive with the sound of music.
One of the featured artists is local singer/songwriter Jay Diggins from Scorton, Lancashire – tipped to be an artist on the verge of his big break. Jay’s debut album, ‘Searching’, was recorded at his own purpose built studio in Scorton and launched on 23rd September at Lancaster’s Grand Theatre to co-incide with the start of an international tour which will round off in New York in January next year. Continue reading “Lancaster Music Festival – Something for Everyone”→
In a quest to find food that children love and want to eat, whilst at the same time being healthy and nutritious, Lancaster House enlisted the help of a team of school children from Scotforth Church of England Primary School in Lancaster. The creativity and the passion for food that they expressed proved inspirational and helped shaped the new Sam’s Menu at The Foodworks Restaurant, Lancaster House. On 4th June the children were invited to the hotel where Chef had prepared a taster menu, transforming their creative ideas to an edible reality. Continue reading “Sam Says “A Big Thank You!””→
Say the name “Lancaster” to most people in the street and chances are it will conjure up two distinct images. The historic Northern city with it’s Castle, rich heritage and internationally renowned University. And of course, the name of Britain’s most illustrious and celebrated Bomber Plane, made famous by it’s “Bouncing Bomb” missions during World War II.
May 2013 marks the 70th anniversary since 617 squadron took to the air in a “Lancaster” heading for the Ruhr Valley armed with a revolutionary bomb, (devised by the great inventor Sir Barnes E Wallace), with the primary aim to destroy the great Dams and industrial heart of Hitler’s Germany. “Operation Chastise” was an audacious plan to break down the infrastructure of the industrial factories in central Germany, with “The Bouncing Bomb” which had been devised and tested under great secrecy in Kent and Chesil Beach. Continue reading “Toasting The Lancaster Bomber at Lancaster House”→
Dublé is one of the first and definitely still one of the best Michael Bublé shows around, with a sensational voice that never fails to astound his audiences. This clip is of his opening performance of “Cry Me a River” at Lancaster House Hotel in 2012.
Dublé returns to Lancaster House on Saturday 7th June 2014. Evening inclusive of arrival glass of Bucks Fizz, delicious 3 course dinner & cabaret entertainment from only £32.50 per person. Telephone: 01524 844 822
On Saturday 3rd November the skies above Lancaster will be ablaze with colour with the 2012 Firework Spectacular from the historic Lancaster Castle.
The fireworks spectacular can be seen from a number of viewing areas around the Castle. We recommend viewing the fireworks from Ashton Memorial, a perfect place to see the display without the crowds! Our Reception teams will be able to advise on how to get to the best viewing spots. The general rule is ‘If you can see the castle – you can see the fireworks!’ Continue reading “Lancashire Fireworks Spectacular 2012”→