White suits, trademark caps, falsetto harmonies – that’s got to be the Rubettes.
Fans of big band music will be making a beeline for Baldock next week when Hitchin-based Shades of Swing and the Mike O’Neill Big Band join forces to present a bill of classic tunes.
English Touring Opera at Cambridge Arts Theatre until Saturday, April 30. Review of Mozart’s Don Giovanni by ANGELA SINGER.
Tune into the distinctive sound of the Man in Black when the Baldock & Letchworth Folk, Blues & Roots Club stages a special Wednesday night session as part of this year’s Baldock Festival.
They’ll be starting to pull pints for the ninth Baldock Independent Beer Festival on Friday and the ale will continue to flow all weekend – and there’s plenty of music being laid on to make sure the event really rocks.
Nicholas Briggs may not be a household name, but his voice was the stuff of nightmares for many a nervous young Doctor Who fan.
If you have no plans this weekend, the best plan is to see Of Mice and Men. As Robert Burns almost said: “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” Boy, do they just?
There’s no denying that Donna Fallon has led a colourful life.
Variety is the spice of life, and there’s plenty of theme and variation on offer from Letchworth’s Settlement Players this weekend.