A show depicting crime drama with an all-star cast comes to Milton Keynes Theatre next month.
Milton Jones, the king of the one-liner and Mock the Week regular, is back. His new tour, The Temple of Daft, will take him to some of the country’s best-known venues but, in comedy terms, he’s embarking on uncharted territory.
A Luton poet will have her poem published in the National Poetry Anthology after being named as one of the regional winners.
Thousands of people turned up to watch the spectacular Luton Carnival procession through the town centre today.
One of the greatest musicals of all time will be coming to the stage later this month as part of its 50th anniversary tour.
Spectators at Luton Carnival will have a pleasant surprise on Sunday when they see the mascot leading the procession.
Artists from across the county have united to stage what may be the biggest celebration of local art ever held in Bedfordshire.
A stunning collection of songs by one of the most legendary performers of all time comes to the stage at Stevenage next week.
The musical Hairspray is to be performed at The Grove Theatre in Dunstable over the next two nights.
Described as one of the greatest shows on Earth, Barnum is at Milton Keynes Theatre this week.
From the moment you enter the theatre, you are drawn into the world and imagination of PT Barnum’s extravaganza.
Luton’s very own man with the banner made sure his town got a slice of the action as the world watched the boxing match of the century.
Spin Doctors, “Songs From The Road” (Ruf 1212) The latest audiovisual package in Ruf’s excellent “Songs From The Road” series focusses attention on the Spin Doctors’ gig at Bonn’s Harmonie club in October 2013. The bluesy New York rockers have tended to fade from the limelight since their creative heyday in the early nineties but the band are in surprisingly fine fettle here as they celebrate the delights of their illustrious back catalogue with a heavily improvised set featuring perennial crowdpleasers such as “Two Princes, “ “Jimmy Olsen’s Blues” and “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong.”
Year 5 students from primary schools across Luton took part in an art competition organised by Lea Manor High School. The challenge was to draw a picture of themselves, showing what they would like to be in the future.