The Three Musketeers, Williamson Park, Lancaster, from Tuesday
D’Artagnan is told she can’t fulfil her life’s ambition to become a Musketeer because she’s a girl, so she sets out to prove everyone wrong. The Three Musketeers runs until August 18 and is recommended for all adventurers aged 5+. To book, visit www.dukes-lancaster.org or call 01524 598500.
Walking in Others Footsteps, The Continental, South Meadow Lane, Preston, Thursday
Walking In Others Footsteps is a free celebration event of archives, archive film, new film and the magic of the personal. It includes rarely seen archive film from the North West - of Preston Morecambe and Barrow, plus a new, commissioned 20-minute film. Find more details at www.newcontinental.net.
Pottery in the Woods, Wildwood Days, Brinscall, Friday
Join Wildwood Days for an evening of pottery making round the fire with Amanda Healy from Pottery on the Park (based at Witton Park). Making pinch pots and trying different slips, you can either make a set of three mini pots (snack bowls) or one large bowl. Tickets are only £35 per adult including all materials, equipment, firing and glaze and also refreshments – drinks and delicious campfire food cooked over the fire. Spaces are limited so booking is essential. Please dress appropriately for the outdoors - although shelter will be available!
Chris Connor - World Famous Elvis , Lowther Pavilion, Lytham, Friday
Chris Connor has built up a loyal army of fans at the Pavilion and always performs to a full capacity audience. Alongside the Steels band, he recreates two dynamic eras of That’s The Way It Is and Madison Square Gardens. To book online, head to www. lowtherpavilion.co.uk or call 01253 794221.
Hopfest, Preston Grasshoppers, Fulwood, Friday-Sunday
Real ale, gin and music fans will be delighted to hear that the Hoppers Beer & Gin Festival, HopFest, returns next weekend.
There will be a wide range of cask beer, craft ales, lagers, ciders, gins and prosecco to sample, as well as live music, tasty food, touch rugby and networking. Tickets cost from £4 and include a commemorative glass and programme. You can book via www.skiddle.com/festivals/hopfest/