The Panto Factor panel – and yes folks, that’s me on the left in the photo – saw some awesome talent at Dunstable’s Grove Theatre on Sunday.
Whipsnade Zoo is attempting to smash the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of origami elephants ever displayed.
With Islamic militants all over the current news agenda, it seems timely to check Anton Corbijn’s new film, A Most Wanted Man, writes Matt Adcock.
Beloved Agatha Christie murder mystery The Mousetrap returns to Milton Keynes Theatre next week as part of its first ever UK tour to mark the show’s 60th anniversary.
Luton’s four Rotary clubs, along with the Rotary Youth Trust for Luton, have joined forces to design and build a modern bandstand – to be known as the Rotary Bandstand – in Wardown Park.
On first look you might not be able to recognise the star of quirky comedy drama FRANK (Curzon).
Young Luton playwright Rebecca Hill is celebrating after winning not one but two accolades at the Edinburgh Festival – the prestigious Fringe First Award from The Scotsman and the Three Weeks Editor’s Award.
University of Bedfordshire student, Sophie Fowkes, has been chosen to exhibit her work in a group exhibition at MK Gallery. It will run until Sunday, September 28.
A newly renovated warehouse in Arundel Road is opening up all sorts of artistic opportunities.
Fancy performing in a full scale pantomime extravaganza? If you’d like to be part of Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood during this festive season at Dunstable’s Grove Theatre, then keep your eyes peeled.
Working in the media you get to meet, or be in the presence of, a famous person or two from time to time. Toyah Wilcox, Chris Barrie, Princess Anne, Gareth Gates and, err, Mister Maker and Andy from CBeebies spring to mind from recent years!
I’ve been to central London and, in particular, the Picadilly Circus/Leicester Square area countless times over the years, but Believe It Or Not I’d never ventured into Ripley’s.
One of the most successful periods of British cinema produced the famous Ealing comedy films of the 1950s.
Adam Wingard reanimates the spirit of the ’80s with slick action/horror thriller The Guest, writes Matt Adcock.
Luton North Rotary Club are presenting a charity concert at Dunstable’s Grove Theatre on Saturday September 27.
Things are hotting up on the festive front as this year’s Panto Factor Judges have been announced.
Last time From the Jam came to town, their concert at Luton’s UK Centre for Carnival Arts sold out two weeks before the performance.
Dawn French fans are in for a treat when the Queen of Comedy comes to Milton Keynes Theatre from September 17 - 20.
Arnie Schwarzenegger’s undemanding style of acting continues to do exactly what it says on the tin.
United We Stand, a highly-anticipated new play based on the story of the “Shrewsbury 24”, is set to preview before its UK tour at Leighton Buzzard Theatre later this month.
Nine years after the hard-boiled graphic novel sensation Sin City burst onto the big screen, co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller (who is also the writer) reunite to take us back to the mean black and white, hyper- stylised streets, writes Matt Adcock.
Billy Joel is notoriously reticent about appearing live.
The search for young stars is on!
The boundaries of taste and logic are stretched to the limit in outrageous comedy NEIGHBOURS (15: Universal).
Galway Girl Sharon Shannon (above) was one of many stars taking part in Luton’s first Fleadh Fiesta at Lewsey Park on Sunday.
The accomplished accordion player – who’s also adept with the fiddle, tin whistle and melodeon – had the crowds roaring for more, singing traditional Irish songs from her best-selling album.
Music 24’s Teela Hughes and Graeme Davis are head over heels with excitement.
The webslinging hero battles a powerful new enemy when a downtrodden engineer develops lethal electrical powers in adventure sequel THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 (12: Sony).
What happens when we unlock the whole 100% cerebral capacity of our brains?, asks Matt Adcock.
Channel 5’s children’s TV strand, Milkshake! is coming to the Grove Theatre on Saturday, September 6.
Love Luton will officially open its second annual Summer in the Sun festival tomorrow in St George’s Square.