Cyclists of all abilities are invited to pump up their tyres and join a brand new Zoo to Zoo Bike Ride this summer.
Matt Adcock reviews Split (15), starring James McAvoy1 comment
Most actors when they take on a part have to do some background research.1 comment
The Advertising Standards Authority has released the 10 most complained-about adverts from last year.
Kind-hearted friends of a talented Luton musician are looking to organise a music competition in his memory.
Strictly Come Dancing winner Joanne Clifton stars in the Jazz Age musical Thoroughly Modern Millie.
Music on Mondays returns to its special programme of concerts highlighting the music of female composers on Monday January 30.
From the schmoozing of a smooth voice to a soulful serenade, there are plenty of tender sounds on their way to the Grove Theatre in Dunstable.
Matt Adcock reviews La La Land (12A), starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone1 comment
Big news in the TV world this morning as Channel 4 has announced that hit ‘90s show Crystal Maze is coming back to our screens.
A former pupil from Cardinal Newman School is on a mission to get students in Luton reading.
Cult classics and big-screen blockbusters feature in a new series of films celebrating the cinema of the 1990s.
A rising star and a comedians’ favourite are among the comics bringing laughs to the Grove Theatre in Dunstable on Thursday January 19.
The introduction of a draconian law designed to force local and national newspapers into a system of statutory press regulation could cost the industry £100 million a year just for telling the truth, the News Media Association has said today.1 comment
Couples wanting to tie the knot this year are being invited to apply for a new series of Don’t Tell the Bride.
The tinsel may have come down and the tree may be on the compost heap but there’s still a little festive sparkle to be enjoyed over the coming weeks.
Today is your last chance to stand up and defend a free British press - and your right to know.7 comments
A year has passed since the sad death of legendary musician David Bowie and fans undoubtedly know their favourite tracks and albums.
Spine-tingling tales by Charles Dickens come to the stage in Dunstable this month.
Following the success of their first dance tour last year, Strictly Come Dancing professionals Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe are undertaking a brand new major tour across the country at 62 venues.
His songs are among the most celebrated in popular music and his skill as a performer is unquestioned.
He’s gone from being one of the top acts on the UK circuit to triumphant performances on top-rated TV shows.
Just four per cent of people think a press regulator should be funded by donations from wealthy individuals and trusts, the Impress model, compared with 49 per cent who believe it should be funded by the newspaper industry itself, as the Independent Press Standards Organisation is, a new YouGov poll has found.
Matt Adcock reviews A Monster Calls (12A)