Scott Bamber gives you his round up of What’s On in Blackpool & The Fylde Coast this weekend!

Michael Morpurgo’s Farm Boy
Farm Boy is the follow up to the much loved novel War Horse by Michael Morpurgo and is brought to the stage at The Grand Theatre for two nights, Sunday 23rd & Monday 24th of September. The story of a lifelong Devon farmer recalling tales of the English countryside, farm life and growing up to his visiting Grandson is brought to life by New Perspectives Theatre Group  and co-produced with Scamp Theatre. For more information and tickets see Grand Theatre.

Bands at The Blue Room
This Saturday night at The Blue Room sees three acts taking to the stage from around half 8 onwards. A small admission fee may be required on the door, but for a full night of live music it will be totally worth it. Playing on the night are The Getsettes, The Shintellas (formally Last Stand) and Tony Challoner (ex lead singer in Mozarts).

The Clone Roses
For the final evening of Blackpool Live 2012 . The Arena at The Winter Gardens sees The Clone Roses playing on Friday evening. These four northern lads are of course a Stone Roses tribute act. So you pretty much know what you’re going to get. Having been around for years and playing gigs up and down the country and beyond, even supporting The Happy Mondays at Brixton Academy. This is a must for any fan of the original Stone Roses songs, music, sound and even the Manc swagger. For info see Blackpool Live.

WinStock – The Stanley Park Band Stand
Sunday sees the final Band Stand event of the summer. With four bands providing a mixture of covers and original material throughout the afternoon. Weather Permitting, the entertainment will run from 1pm through to 4pm and feature performances from Concrete Jungle, The Shintellas, The Getsettes and The Black Sands. This event is free.

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