Events

We attend and host a variety of events, seminars and conferences throughout the year. If you'd like more information about any of our events, please contact our office on 01733 568408 or email info@pect.org.uk.

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Current Events

Get involved with our Green Festival activities for 2017: Planet B! The activities are organised in partnership with Metal and The Green Backyard, with funding from Arts Council England.

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Interested in wildlife? Join the Bugs and Beasts Safari Weekend taking place this month in Werrington. Find out details here...

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Four-time Oscar-nominated film about human resilience in the face of environmental disaster. Featuring stunning performances from first-time actors, including 6-year old Quvenzhané Wallis, this film is a brutal but beautiful eco-fairy-tale.

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A day of performances and food, bringing people together to celebrate cultural diversity in Peterborough.

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The Smugglers Festival is set to be a fun-filled day of live music, arts and crafts, discussions and activities at The Green Backyard.

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The first rule of Write Club... tell everyone about Write Club.

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The Future Museum of Now is a look at everyday objects of the early 21st century, presented as an exhibition of the future conceived by Claudia and fellow artist Steph May.

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Join Peterborough in Transition at Chauffeur's Cottage to watch Tomorrow (Demain), winner of Best Documentary at the 2016 Cesar Awards.

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Poly-Technic invite participants to develop and design a protest poster relating to a personal concern. The posters will be displayed or as part of a large-scale projection.

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Do you sometimes wonder why you have so many possessions and why it’s hard to give them up? This project is calling for the people of Peterborough to let us in on how much stuff they own and to reflect on what these objects mean to them.

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Mass meditation has been shown to reduce stress and crime rates, as well as there being many benefits of meditation for yourself too.

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One young couple. One changing world. She’s certain she knows the man she loves, but he’s hiding a disturbing secret. A look at our future through the eyes of the first generation to tackle it head on.

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Soul Happy and their 'Pay it Forward Tribe' are proud to be part of the Planet-B event to offer you a reconnective day to help the people and environment of Peterborough.

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This community picnic in Cathedral Square will attempt to feed 1,000 people to highlight how much food is wasted by the average family each year.

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Come and jump on board the Pickers, Pluckers and Packers bus as it parks up in St Johns Square and listen to tstories from local poets and artists about workers in Peterborough.

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The Beast is a large scale procession through the city. Operated by people from across the globe who chose to live and work in Peterborough, The Beast celebrates the vital role these workers play in keeping city’s ‘machines’ working.

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Join Peterborough in Transition for a coffee and a discussion at The Green Backyard!

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Welcome to another opportunity to 'Pay it Forward' and to give back to your local community (whilst getting some fresh air too), this time in the form of a litter pick!

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You are invited to a community dinner at Metal to discuss the UK’s ‘so-called housing’ crisis. Over dinner we’ll discuss social housing, right to buy schemes, homelessness, homeowners, travellers, luxury flats and property developers.

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Are you bored of hearing about Brexit? Does Brexit actually mean Brexit? Or has this Brexit malarkey brought some interesting topics to the forefront?

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Are you ages 12-18 and looking for something to do this summer? Come and join a creative workshop using photography, sound and architecture to explore what life will be like in the future!

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Directed by renowned animator Hayao Miyazaki, this animation is a statement on the ecological devastation brought on by human advancement, the story follows the battle between Princess Mononoke and a mining village.

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Come along to this wonderful (bring and share) picnic on St Johns Green and meet fellow vegans and vegetarians.

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Daniel Blake (Dave Johns) is a 59-year-old widowed carpenter who must rely on welfare after a recent heart attack leaves him unable to work. Despite his doctor's diagnosis, British authorities deny Blake's benefits and tell him to return to his job.

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A special Planet B themed Drink and Draw. Everyone is welcome to come to The Ostrich Inn for a drink and a draw – we welcome all skill levels!

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Join us for Planet B’s Day Gathering to explore together ways we can adapt to the realities of climate change and think in new ways about what this means for us and how we live.

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The world is getting crowded; people are living longer and it has become the norm to have three or more children. With food poverty, global warming and our oceans full of plastic we ask - is it time we stopped having children?

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Question Time Cabaret is a fun, rowdy, political knees-up. A night of hilarious, naughty and gut-wrenching performances from some of the UK’s hottest talents.

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We’d like to invite children, young adults and the taller people who are responsible for them to a tea party at Metal.

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Pledge to help the earth become more sustainable, in order to preserve and protect our planet. You will be held to keep your pledge and get given a certificate as proof.

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Past Events