Friday night is ceilidh night at Baldock Arts & Heritage Centre as the Unicorn crew crank up the volume for their monthly session.
In the spotlight this month are Fendragon, with Alison Giles calling.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of the first of the big names to confirm their spot on the bill at this summer’s Rhythms of the World festival, it’s on with the music in Hitchin this weekend.
The event at the town’s Knights Templar School on Friday, April 24, is being organised by Baldock Rotary Club and falls within the national Parkinson’s Awareness Week.
With costumed principals centre stage and a supporting chorus in full voice, Hitchin Thespians will bring a touch of Old Vienna to the town’s Woodside Hall next week.
Two 1980s chart-toppers who remain cult figures on the music scene have been confirmed among the headliners for this summer’s Rhythms of the World festival in Hitchin.
Letchworth’s Settlement Players are serving up an evening of one-act entertainment on Saturday, with three different dramas being staged on the same night.
There’s a Russian revival on the way for Letchworth Arcadians – when the curtain goes up on their production of Fiddler On The Roof next week, it will be the fourth time that the company has staged the evergreen musical.
Cast and crew are cracking on with their preparations for the in-house Easter show at Stevenage’s Gordon Craig Theatre.
Rising stand-up star Andrew O’Neill brings his new Mindspiders show to Letchworth Arts Centre later this month.
There’s a real cyclone of comedy heading our way over the next week, with a stampede of stand-ups stepping up into the spotlight.
Budding comedians can write, perfect and perform their own stand-up routine for family and friends in children’s comedy workshops at Letchworth Arts Centre over the Easter break.