Mon, 22:27

His voice is instantly recognisable, his look made him one of the most enduring icons of the rock and roll era – and although it’s more than 25 years since Roy Orbison passed away, his music and his legend lives on.

Jon Herring Jazz Band play Baldock charity gig

A jazz event exploring the slave trade and its connections with the Christian faith is coming to Baldock.


What’s in a name? Folk/pop four-piece EdwardAlice aren’t the ones to ask – none of their members are likely to answer to either appelation.


The distinctive sounds of ceilidh music return to Baldock Town Hall next Friday night as the Unicorn team bring another special guest to their monthly sessions.


Tue, 22:06

If laughter is the best medicine, get set for a course of top treatment at Melbourn Village College on Saturday night.

Comic performer Howard Read hails from Letchworth

Letchworth’s own Howard Read, whose Big Howard/Little Howard show has brought him stardom on children’s television, brings his latest fun-filled children’s entertainment to Letchworth Arts Centre next Saturday.

Circus of Horrors is heading to Stevenage

Zombies made famous by Britain’s Got Talent will descend on Stevenage next week to mark the 20th anniversary of a play.

Stevenage dance teacher Stephen Sapsed

Talented pupils who hone their skills at the top dance schools across North Herts will be coming together on Monday night to strut their stuff in aid of a good cause.

Settlement Players My Own Show, February 2015
Alison Muir, Amy Walker, Hazel Jacobs, Val Barber, Jo Roskilly

Never kick someone on the way up, you might meet them on the way down and they’ll be only too happy to put the boot in – that’s the grim lesson for a fading daytime TV star which will be played out on a Letchworth stage next week.


Yesterday, 22:15

The headline act at next week’s Lastminute giggle gigs across North Herts is something of a comedy contradiction.

Curwen's Gallery art exhibition: Brenda Brown, Stacey Leigh Ross and Anna Pye are members of the Royston Arts Society, and Yvonne Peace is a regular exhibitor at the gallery L-R, Stacey, Yvonne, Anna. Brenda

Four artists whose work is on show at a Royston town centre gallery have been talking about their creative process.


The wealth of young talent in Letchworth’s schools will be showcased in two free exhibitions at the town’s arts centre.

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