Luton Town Football Club are lending their support to a charity’s Wear A Hat Day campaign this week.
The Comedy Pet Photography Awards has already received a barrage of strong (and rib-tickling) contenders, but there's still time to enter.
Fresh from successful runs at theatres all over the world, the latest tour by popular choreographer Michael Flatley comes to Milton Keynes Theatre.
Luton Choral Society will perform three masterpieces of French music at St Mary’s Church on Saturday, April 1.
The Grove Theatre in Dunstable has announced its programme for the summer season – promising something for everyone.
You get two for the price of one with the Creagh/Carr Review - the opinions of seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and flamboyant newshound Stewart Carr. Here’s what they thought of Willy Russell’s Shirley Valentine, at Milton Keynes Theatre until Saturday, April 1.
I was a little apprehensive when the casting of Jodie Prenger as Shirley Valentine was first announced as I felt the part so brilliantly played by Pauline Collins in the 1989 film could hardly be bettered… but that was until now!
Matt Adcock reviews Life (15), starring Jake Gyllenhaal
Champneys Henlow is offering mums the chance to step back in time on Mother’s Day.
Richmond Hill Special Needs School West and East have joined forces to create a colourful piece of South Asian truck art.
Three Luton schools will be participating in a special performance, The Jazz Ticket, delivered by Tomorrow’s Warriors, as part of a new music education project.
A dance group who have qualified to represent Britain in the World and European Street Dance Championships are appealing for the public’s help to get them to the finals.
Young talent will jazz up Luton this week with a concert celebrating the centenary of some of the giants of the genre.
A deep-voiced raconteur and a “filth-firing voice of nature” promise to bring laughter to Dunstable this week.
Matt Adcock reviews Get Out (15), starring Daniel Kaluuya1 comment
Willy Russell’s heart warming comedy Shirley Valentine premiered in 1986 and took the world by storm.
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Northern Ballet is bringing history’s most notorious lover to life with a sensual new ballet, Casanova.
Hypnotic and ecstatic music based on Islamic mysticism comes to Luton next week.
A classic tale of Parisian love and loss comes to Dunstable this spring when romantic opera La Boheme takes to the stage.
It's very rare to watch a show where you expect mistakes.
Matt Adcock reviews Kong: Skull Island (12A), starring Tom Hiddlestone and Brie Larson
Legendary TV dating show makes its return to our screens this year and the production company behind it is looking for Luton singletons to take part.
Your celebrated Creagh/Carr Review is back, combining the views of seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and flamboyant newshound Stewart Carr. Here, they review Bilal Zafar’s show at Luton’s Hat Factory. CREAGH SAYS ... After seeing award-winning comedian Bilal Zafar’s hilarious Cakes routine at Luton’s Hat Factory, I’m convinced he’s wasting his time on the stand-up circuit and should be entering politics.
Normally in a show designed for children, special effects and production take centre stage.
The much-loved story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears will be told in ballet form especially for children this month in Dunstable.
An unusual story about a group of agoraphobics and those who are supposed to be caring for them comes to Dunstable this week.
He might be best known for his starring roles in ITV series Broadchurch or time travelling in Doctor Who but Arthur Darvill has demonstrated another strong to his bow.
Lime pictures, producers of hit Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks have issued a warning after it emerged that companies claiming to be recruiting paid extras on their behalf were doing so WITHOUT the knowledge or consent of the producers.2 comments
Indie stalwarts Kaiser Chiefs and Feeder will play the Bedford Park Concerts which return this summer.
A professor in public health has been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of Bedfordshire.1 comment
The 42nd Luton Festival of Dance is fast upon us, with the competition taking place every weekend in March.
Spoken-word and literary talent from Luton and beyond comes to the Hat Factory on Thursday March 2 at 8pm for Utter Lutonia.
Those in need of a pick-me-up will find plenty to lift the spirits at the Grove Theatre in Dunstable in the coming weeks.
Fancy getting your kit off with the aim to find true love? If you’ve exhausted every other dating option apply to be on the new series of Channel 4’s Naked Attraction.
Matt Adcock reviews A Cure For Wellness (18), starring Jason Isaacs