NEXT Thursday (7.30pm) The Forum at Barrow hosts the Patsy Cline and Friends show. Centre stage will be Sue Lowry, who has been a lifelong fan of Patsy Cline and country music and has put together the special show that celebrates the power of her Patsy’s wonderful music, featuring great renditions of Patsy's Crazy, I Fall to Pieces, and Sweet Dreams. Joining Sue on stage in her Patsy Cline and Friends tribute will be Marc Robinson; Marc will pay homage to country music legend Hank Williams. Box office 01229-820000.

TANNARA have established themselves as one of the UK’s most unique contemporary folk groups. Following the release of their second album Strands, the four-piece band are set for a hectic time with tours in March and September and a summer of festival appearances. On fiddle, harp, guitar, accordion and vocals, they take their sounds to Kirkgate Arts, at Cockermouth on Sunday (8pm). Box office 01900-826448.

ONE Hundred Years of Film Music is the Westmorland Youth Orchestra's next concert staged at St Mary's Church, Ambleside, on Saturday (7.30pm). Under the direction of conductor Fredrik Holm and led by Alistair Burton, the WYO's programme includes Scott Joplin's Entertainer, 21st Century blockbusters such as Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean, plus two movements from Mozart's third horn concerto in E flat major (film Sphere) performed by soloist Robert Hucknall. Tickets at the door.