Things To Do In February In And Around Huntingdon
February 5, 2024

Alconbury Weald Comedy Club – Saturday 3rd February

A night of live stand-up comedy in Alconbury Weald’s new Pavilion building!!

“Such a good night, comedy was 1st rate and the bar efficient and reasonable. Will definitely be back”

“Brilliant night at Histon last night, very good comedians, excellent food, drinks reasonably priced with excellent table service, we would definitely recommend one of these evenings.” 

Get in quick to see what all the fuss is about! £10 per person, with a fully stocked licensed bar.

Location: Alconbury Weald Cricket Pitch and Pavilion, The Boulevard, Alconbury Weald, PE28 4YE


An Evening with Jimmy James & his tribute to the greats – Saturday 10th February

Jimmy James singing the songs of the ‘Greats’

Ticket-only event: £10 For tickets call Wendy on 01733 844459, Barbara on 01733 844866 or email

Doors open 7.30 pm

Licensed Bar

Location: Ramsey Mereside Hall, Drover’s Close, Ramsey Mereside, Huntingdon, Ramsey


The Beatles Experience –  Sat 10th February 7:30 pm

The Beatles Experience is the UK’s ultimate Beatles concert show, taking great care in making sure they have the authentic look and sound of the Beatles. The stage costumes are exactly the same design, all the equipment is authentic and of the era of The Beatles including Vox amps, Ludwig drums, Rickenbacker and Gretsch guitars and the famous Hofner violin bass.

The show features hits such as; She Loves You, Twist & Shout, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Can’t Buy Me Love, A Hard Day’s Night, Help, Get Back, Back In The USSR, Let It be and Hey Jude.

Venue and Bar open at 6.15 pm, Show at 7.30 pm

Ticket price: £20.00 *booking fee applies

Location: Huntingdon Commemoration Hall, Huntingdon, PE29 3AQ


Live Wrestling in Huntingdon! – Sunday 11th February at 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The superstars of WrestleForce come to the Commemoration Hall for another incredible afternoon of professional wrestling that the whole family can enjoy!

Location: The Commemoration Hall, 39 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3AQ


Annie Jr. – A HBK School Production –  Tuesday 13th February

In 1930s New York City, an orphan named Annie lives a “hard-knock life” at an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie dreams of being reunited with her parents and escapes the orphanage to try and find them.

Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning musical, Annie JR. delivers the classic story that will leave you grinning from ear to ear.

For tickets call the Box Office: 01480420531

Location: Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Hinchingbrooke School, Brampton Road, PE29 3BN


Great Fen Tree Party – Wednesday 21st & Thursday 22nd February

On Wednesday 21st February, families of all ages are invited to our Great Fen Tree Party! You’ll be improving the site for wildlife by planting many different varieties of trees around the reserve. There will be tree-themed crafts available for the children too and stories to enjoy. The mud kitchen will be set up and the den areas are waiting for your climbing and shelter-building skills.

On Thursday 22nd February, you’ll continue with your planting, but the day will be designed more for our adult volunteers. Families are still welcome to come if you missed Wednesday and still want to help, but they won’t have the same additional activities available.

Bring a spade, if you have one, and gardening gloves. Dress prepared to get muddy and with wellies or walking boots if possible. Refreshments are provided on both days. Donations are appreciated to help cover costs.

Arrive any time between 10.30-2 pm. Activities will be packed away at 2.30 pm. Pre-booking is advisable.

Location: The Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre, 2 Chapel Road, Ramsey Heights, PE26 2RS


Family Bird Box Building – Friday 23rd February

Get hands-on with a craft that’s perfect for all ages as you and your family create cosy homes for our feathered friends. Experienced guides will be on hand to assist as you craft your very own wooden bird boxes using simple hand tools. Each group will receive a kit of parts for their bird box upon arrival, and adults are kindly asked to supervise children using hammers and nails.

There will be a bird box kit provided for each ticket purchased. If you and your family would like to make multiple bird boxes you will need to buy as many tickets.

The event takes place under a large shelter, but remember to dress for the weather and embrace a bit of mud as you walk through the woods from the car park to the workshop. Fear not, though, as a warm fire awaits you in the workshop with a kettle ready to supply everyone with tea, coffee, and hot chocolate. It’s a family-friendly event filled with crafting, nature, and warm beverages.

Tickets: £20

Location: Manor Wood, Grafham Road Grafham Huntingdon PE280BB


Adult Poetry Workshop – Looking Back – Thursday 29th February at 2:00 pm

You are welcome to join poet Julie Stevens in a friendly and fun workshop.

There will be entertaining prompts, ideas and discussions to inspire your writing. Beginners to experienced writers are welcome. The event will be held at the beautifully refurbished creative arts space – Commemoration Hall with the Arts Cafe open.

Tips jar to contribute to preparation costs.

Location:  Huntingdon Commemoration Hall, Huntingdon, PE29 3AQ


Acoustic Night with Vic Lennard – Thursday 29th February at 7:00 pm

Vic Lennard is a talented singer/songwriter who is great with an audience. Vic writes with a passion about everyday topics that listeners relate to, with playing styles that have been compared to several classic acoustic guitarists such as Paul Simon, James Taylor and John Martyn. He covers songs by artists as diverse as Marc Cohn and Coldplay, with intriguing backstories accompanying each song. Hear more at

The first session 7pm, followed by another chance to enjoy Vic’s performance finishing around 9pm. Food and drink are available from the Arts Cafe.

Donations go to the performer.

Location: Huntingdon Commemoration Hall, Huntingdon, PE29 3AQ