One of the stars of a West End musical is coming to Luton this bank holiday Sunday, performing a medley of Broadway and Hollywood hits.
Theatregoers can step back in time with a tribute to Dame Vera Lynn in Dunstable next month.
A psychological thriller with twists and turns aplenty comes to Dunstable next month.
Do you have an embarrassing tattoo? Well you could be in luck as TV channel E4’s Tattoo Fixers are looking for people from Bedfordshire to appear on the show.
The much loved musical Mamma Mia comes to Milton Keynes Theatre next week.1 comment
Gail Adock reviews Their Finest (12A), starring Gemma Arterton and Bill Nighy 1 comment
Brits are a nation of telly watchers, and according to a new survey, comedy is always what has kept us glued to the small screen.
An absolutely dazzling kaleidoscope of sensual dance and drama, Northern Ballet’s Casanova is proof that great art can transport you on to a higher plain.
Jez Butterworth’s gritty gangster black comedy Mojo takes to the stage in Toddington next month.
Magic, music and mirth combine at the next Barnstormers Comedy night in Dunstable this week.
It features some of the best known songs in musical history and Dirty Dancing is returning to Milton Keynes Theatre later this month.
We chat to Kenneth Tindall who has put together the Northern Ballet's production of Casanova coming to Milton Keynes Theatre next week
Fly-on-the wall documentary series 24 Hours in Police Custody which follows Bedfordshire Police has been nominated for a BAFTA award.3 comments
Matt Adcock reviews Fast and Furious 8 (12A), starring Vin Diesel and Charlize Theron
Dunstable celebrated a historic day, as Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh visited the town, leaving memories to treasure for a lifetime.
Vienna Festival Ballet presents the classic tale of Cinderella in Dunstable this month.
Strictly Come Dancing favourite Pasha Kovalev brings his new show to Dunstable this month.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced the multi award winning musical of Matilda is coming to Milton Keynes Theatre as part of a UK tour.
Matt Adcock reviews Ghost in the Shell (15), starring Scarlett Johansson
Children at a Dunstable primary school have been in the spotlight with a spectacular production of Disney’s classic stage hit The Lion King.
As Luton residents fought back their tears at a recent Hat Factory film screening of ‘I, Daniel Blake’, a food bank worker shares its parallels with reality.
It's 23 years this month since Michael Flatley, Jean Butler and a huge ensemble of Irish dancers, singers and musicians wowed an estimated 300 million-strong Eurovision Song Contest television audience with the Riverdance routine which is still remembered today as it heralded in a whole new style of dancing.
There’s a chance to experience the magic of bubbles like never before when Louis Pearl comes to the Grove Theatre in Dunstable this month.
Whether it’s divorce or distance keeping you apart, this new show wants to help you unearth those family secrets and reconnect long, lost families.1 comment
Matt Adcock reviews Free Fire (15), starring Cillian Murphy
You get two for one with the celebrated Creagh/Carr Review: The opinions of seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and flamboyant newshound Stewart Carr. Here, they review the Putteridge Bury Gilbert & Sullivan Society’s production of ‘The Pirates of Penzance’, currently playing at the Queen Mother Theatre in Hitchin.
It has been announced that the musical Shrek is making a return visit to Milton Keynes next year.
Milton Keynes Theatre is looking for youngsters to star in a new production of Bugsy Malone.
Talented students at Harlington Upper School were crowned ‘Bedfordshire Schools Battle of the Bands’ champions in a closely fought competition.