An a capella group of women from Herts, Beds and Cambs are stopping off in Stevenage for a show, before flying off to the USA for an international event.
Life might not traditionally start at 60, but for Royston-based accountant John Froggett it would certainly appear that way, as an exciting new ‘career’ beckons – as a performer!
These are the good times, leave your cares behind… Those iconic lyrics epitomise what it means to be at a Chic gig, and at Newmarket Nights they did not disappoint.
This is a clever play. So much so that you might feel you want to see it twice to understand it.
My companion spotted Mathew Horne at Paddington Station. We were getting the same series of trains to Windsor where he is starring in a stage version of Rain Man, which arrives next month at Cambridge Arts Theatre.
It seems that The Globe is so utterly bored with Shakespeare’s plays that it will do anything to amuse itself, regardless of whether that results in something entertaining for the paying public.
A new play celebrating Hertfordshire’s suffrage campaigners of 100 years ago will be touring the county next month.
A Royston painter became Melbourn Community Hub’s artist-in-residence for the day, as she went along to give an insight into her creative process.
It’s almost time for this year’s Royston Arts Festival – where there’s plenty to be discovered.
Crowds turned out for the 14th Meldreth Car Show at the weekend.
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Walter Scott’s bestseller Rob Roy, author Graham Palmer is giving a free talk on the Scottish folk hero at Royston’s district museum.