He’s the best in the world at what he does, and he’s coming to Baldock.
Here’s something for lovers of music who like to savour something out of the ordinary – the National Youth Harp Orchestra of Great Britain.
There’s no excuse for that Monday evening feeling at Royston’s Heath Sports Centre when David Rance’s Rocking Chair Band comes to town.
Legendary bass player Jack Bruce, above, may have played his last gig, but his immortal music will never die.
They’re big in Europe and Canada, they’ve got 20 years of making music under their belt, but a gig in Cambridge next month is a special date for the members of Medicine Hat.
Well, nobody can say it’s a Christmas show that they’ve seen before...
If you got the taste for storytelling during Baldock’s successful Fireside Festival, which came to an end on Sunday, never fear – there are more chances to tap into tantalising tales on the horizon.
Energy, humour, a dash of violence –what’s not to like about Shakespeare’s The Taming Of The Shrew?
Globetrotting comedy controller Paul B Edwards is just back from staging shows in Norway and the Netherlands, but next week it’s back to North Herts for the mirthmeister.
When the nights draw in and the temperature drops, there’s nothing nicer than curling up by the fireside for a good story.