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A handful of events happening this weekend in the Chorley and South Ribble area:

Tuesday, 29th August 2017, 11:13 am
Updated Monday, 11th September 2017, 12:44 pm
An illustrated talk is being held at South Ribble Museum and Exhibition Centre on Saturday

Yerba, Chorley, Sunday, September 3Chorley Little Theatre will be broadcasting live theatre from London’s National Theatre directly to the cinema screen. Set in contemporary London, Billie Piper’s portrayal of a woman in her thirties desperate to conceive builds with elemental force to a staggering, shocking climax. The show starts at 7pm and tickets are £12 and £10. For more information visit Draw, Longton, Friday, September 1Head over to Longton Brickcroft visitor centre any time between 10am and 12am to help create a wall display. All materials are provided. Suitable for ages over 5. Drop-in event, no need to book. Admission £1.Chorley Handmade Market, Chorley, Saturday, September 2From 11am until 4pm in The Lancastrian at Chorley Town Hall, there will be over 30 talented makers and food producers selling their wares. Entry into the market is free. A great event for the family.Illustrated talk, Leyland, Saturday, September 2Dr W.Shannon is giving an illustrated talk entitled Dr. Richard Kuerden: Father of Lancashire History at South Ribble Museum and Exhibition Centre in Leyland. It starts at 11am and admission is free.Vintage Farmers' Market, Mawdesley, Saturday, September 2Cedar Farm is hosting a vintage farmers' market where you can enjoy the beautiful location whilst browsing the vintage fairs and farmers market. It runs from 10am until 5pm.