Events

Clicking on a public event will give you all the detail you need to turn up or book.

Events may be updated and changed, sometimes at very short notice. It makes sense to  subscribe to one or more calendar on your device, so that you can see it wherever you are, using your favourite calendar app. You can do this by going to the google logo at the bottom right hand corner of the calendar. If you do this you will receive calendar reminders and updates.

little green calendar

Events we host are listed as green items on little green calendar (shown below)

Members are sent invitations to member only events by email. If you are a member, please check your inbox for items from us. Member only events may not display for you if you are not a member. If this is the case for you, please contact us.

Please check your emails. If you are not receiving emails but believe you should be, please contact us.

Events hosted by others

Peterborough events are brown. These are events which are highly likely to interest our supporters, but which we are not hosting. Clicking on the event will tell you more.

Peterborough City Council meetings are blue. These are organised by the council.

PinT events are pink. These events are organised by Peterborough in Transition.

If you'd like us to list your calendar or if you would like us to list your event please get in touch

Other Peterborough calendars include:  

Vivacity Events  (events at Vivacity's venues)

Cathedral Events

The Green Backyard 

Peterborough does not have a fully fledged city calendar which embraces everything going on in the city. This is a shame, since at first glance it appears that hardly anything is happening in Peterborough. Locals know better. There is a huge amount of activity in the city. There have been some valiant attempts to achieve a Peterborough events listing and Peterborough City Council was planning to erect scrolling screens in Long Causeway. They haven't gone up yet. We would welcome ideas on how to list events more effectively than we do here.

Some cities, such as Cambridge make very effective use of old fashioned (but laminated) posters on old fashioned fences. Unfortunately, Peterborough has not embraced this technology yet.

The only organisation we are aware of which is trying to post city wide events is Idea1, created by Metal (Peterborough team)They created The Fence (aware that we have one or two real fences in the city, but that people don't post their events on them, Idea1 made a digital fence. If you come across other organisations helping to display events in the city please get in touch and we will list them.

If you have a very large shop window or a fence suitable for posting, please get in touch.