A fair showcasing some of the best handmade arts and crafts in Luton takes place tomorrow.
Artists who like an adrenaline rush can drop into a Luton studio any time until tomorrow as it engages in a 24-hour art session.
A serial burglar who targeted the elderly has been jailed following an appeal on television show Crimewatch.
The Mall is inviting young shoppers to take part in free craft workshops during half term week.
If at first you don’t succeed, try again – particularly if you get encouragement from will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones, Rita Ora and Ricky Wilson.
There’s double delight in the Creagh/Carr Review - the opinions of seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and flamboyant newshound Stewart Carr, theatre lovers both.
Two talented musicians will be performing at the Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre next week.
There’s a busy week ahead at The Stables this week, which is nothing new, but at the same time there’s less choice than you might imagine; plenty of the dates are already fully booked.
Train punk band Eastfield will make a return appearance to The Wheatsheaf in Leighton Buzzard on Friday.
Electric Daisy Carnival swelled its billing with last week’s announcement that more than 30 of the biggest names in house, trance, dance and drum ‘n’ bass will be joining the party at The National Bowl on July 9.
Girls, how would you feel about your other half spending Valentine’s evening with another lady?
Do you remember when the Beatles played in Luton, not once, not twice, but three times!
Four top comedians will be hoping to give you a barnstorming night of laughter at Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre on Saturday.
It’s almost five decades since John ‘Nobby’ Dalton joined the Kinks as a temporary replacement for bass guitarist Pete Quaife - and never really left.
Poet John Hegley presented signed copies of his poetry book to competition winners at Ashcroft High School on Friday, January 29.
Liberty Bell Productions will be visiting Luton to film for the next series, the company is inviting families to apply to take part in the programme.
Matt Adcock reviews 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (15)
In the Creagh/Carr Review, seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and flamboyant reporter Stewart Carr give their definitive opinions of Priscilla Queen of the Desert - the Musical at Milton Keynes Theatre.
If Derren Brown’s amazing mental, artistic and creative abilities leave you feeling a little inferior and wondering if there is anything he can’t do, then rest assured, he can’t do the one thing millions of the rest of us mere mortals can.
Beer and cider connoisseurs will once again gather at the Hightown Community Sports & Arts Centre on York Street for the 33rd Luton Beer and Cider Festival.
Pop-rock heavyweights Busted are the latest name to be added to Newmarket Nights which returns this summer.
Catherine Zeta Jones joined stars of the new ‘Dad’s Army’ film to thank military personnel for their service at a special screening of the film at Joint Forces Command, Chicksands.
Seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and young journo Stewart Carr give their verdicts on Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty at Milton Keynes Theatre.
A little TV star from Biggleswade got his big break playing Prince George on the Tracey Ullman Show.
A small number of the “time machine” cars made famous by Back To The Future could be produced by next year, the DeLorean Motor Company said.
The traditional pantomime character Dick Whittington will be making an appearance this month alongside his faithful companion Fluffy at Eaton Bray Village Hall.
Two female Siberian tiger cubs at Woburn Safari Park will be featured on Blue Peter tomorrow (Thursday).
Matt Adcock reviews The Big Short, starring Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt and Christian Bale
A stand-up show combining comedy, storytelling and bits of a Triumph Herald comes to Dunstable Library tomorrow (Thursday).
As commemorated by today’s Google Doodle, it is 90 years since the first demonstration of television, by Scots-born inventor, John Logie Baird.
Leighton Buzzard Music Club has announced more details about the first concert of the year it has organised for the town.
Buddy Miller & Friends, “Cayamo Sessions At Sea” (New West) The multitalented Mr.Miller is probably best known on this side of the Atlantic for his exemplary work with Robert Plant’s Band of Joy, and the gifted guitarist, songwriter and producer has now unveiled his latest musical creation, a series of intimate recordings made in the studio that he set up in the library on the cruise ship Cayamo. Some top notch roots music practitioners were enticed to collaborate with Miller in these unusual surroundings, with Richard Thompson’s rendition of Hank Williams’ “Wedding Bells” sharing top billing with Kris Kristofferon’s”Sunday Morning Coming Down” and Lucinda Williams’ haunting reimagining of Gram Parson’s “Hickory Wind.”
Plans to give UK holidaymakers access to services such as Netflix, Sky Sports and BBC iPlayer while travelling in Europe were given the go-ahead by MEPs this week.
A new Center Parcs advert featuring a family of bears has been capturing the imagination of TV audiences.
For dance theatre you can really get your teeth into, you need look no further than Matthew Bourne’s vamped up Sleeping Beauty.
Those waiting for the next instalment in the Star Wars franchise will have to wait a little longer than planned.
The “original” social networking site is to close down after only retaining a “handful” of members.
When Katherine Ryan takes her new show on the road to Milton Keynes Theatre on Sunday February 14.
The British Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition is making a welcome return to Stockwood Discovery Centre .
With the awards season underway, the Grove Theatre in Dunstable is showing some of the most acclaimed films around on one of the biggest screens in Europe.
Only a handful of standing tickets remain for this evening’s Stables date in the company of Think Floyd, with complete performances of The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here.
Several things are guaranteed when it comes to MK Theatre’s annual season of events; that the brochures will be brimming with quality stage-fillers, that the annual pantomime will set up shop and raise smiles during the festive period, and that once a year, around this time, singer-songwriter Paul Carrack will make his annual visit.
New wave, punk, rock, blues and soul can be heard when two bands play at the Wheatsheaf in Leighton Buzzard at the weekend.
The elephants and giraffes at nearby Whipsnade Zoo have helped Sir David Attenborough to unveil the secrets of the biggest dinosaur ever to walk the earth, in a brand new BBC One documentary.
A dancer from Leighton Buzzard has gained her first principal role playing Princess Aurora in a ballet version of Sleeping Beauty.
Apart from being the last windmill standing in Bedfordshire, Stevington Mill has a new claim to fame - it has become a practice location for a new documentary about Stephen Spielberg.
A Polish community group, Polonia, is inviting residents to Polish Day on Saturday, January 23, at the Luton Irish Forum.
A music supremo who watched David Bowie launch his world famous Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars album at his event in 1972 has proposed a worldwide simultaneous tribute tomorrow (Saturday).