There’s no time like the present to get your children involved in the performing arts – and Dunstable’s Grove Theatre has a cracking summer season coming up with plenty to keep the littlies entertained.
A time-travelling secret agent journeys back and forth through history in search of a bomber who has eluded him throughout his career in sci-fi thriller PREDESTINATION (15: Signature).
England’s patron saint will be celebrated with plenty of pomp, pageantry and patriotic flag waving – and a fearsome fire-breathing green dragon.
Poldark star Robert Daws is headlining the start of the annual Ampthill Literary Festival on April 21 with a beer and books night at the Parkside Hall, Ampthill.
Perennial favourites Chas & Dave are back at Dunstable’s Grove Theatre next month for another evening of music and entertainment on April 10.
A community arts group facing extinction made a triumphant comeback as they revamped a pub toilet into a dazzling work of art.
What began as a fun project by two friends has started a life of its own as Luton’s only alternative LGBT club night celebrates its first year.
There’s a big selection of entertainment coming up at Luton Cineworld in the next month - on top of the usual selection of blockbuster movies.
In the near future, a girl named Tris (Shailene Woodley) is on a mission to stand against the corrupt draconian government led by the evil Jeanine (Kate Winslet).
A chance remark by a university lecturer gave budding Luton playwright Teresa Burns the boost she needed to believe in her blossoming writing ability.
Christopher Nolan, the director who explored the tortured psyche of Batman in the Dark Knight trilogy and the subconscious mind in Inception, now goes to infinity and beyond with cosmic epic INTERSTELLAR (12: Warner).
It’s hard to review an action crime thriller starring Liam Neeson these days without comparing it to Taken, which reset the gold standard for them in 2008, writes Matt Adcock.
James Gandolfini had already laid the ghost of iconic TV Mob boss Tony Soprano to rest with his final film before his death in the summer of 2013.
A trio of madcap ukele players who started raising money for charity in 2012 is now more than 40 strong, with members ranging in age from nine to 79.
Create a dress based on a book, play or fictional character.
A country duo from Bedfordshire have made history by being the first British country act to break into the top ten albums chart.
Meet Chappie (motion captured Shalto Copley) who, in the near future, becomes a walking, talking ‘real’ Robocop, writes Matt Adcock.
Maggie Smith makes the most of the success of TV’s Downton Abbey by playing another wealthy dowager in comedy drama MY OLD LADY (12: Curzon).
Steve Earle & The Dukes, “Terraplane” (New West Records) Steve Earle may have been one of the founding fathers of the alternative country movement but this instinctively contrary character now feels that the time is right for him to explore the earthy delights of the blues. “Terraplane” is the result, and this darkly compelling set provides a rewarding outlet for Steve’s creative impulses as he examines the vagaries of the human condition via standout tracks such as“Better Off Alone” and the semispoken “The Tennessee Kid.
A short film noir shot entirely on location in Luton is starting to make waves on the film festival scene.
Opera lovers – and La Traviata fans in particular – will be delighted to hear that the Ellen Kent production of Verdi’s powerful masterpiece will be staged, as planned, next Wednesday (March 11) at Dunstable’s Grove Theatre.
Mark International Woman’s Day with a scintillating programme of events on Sunday (March 8) at Futures House in Marsh Farm.
Children are being invited to a day of free craft activities at The Mall on Saturday, March 14, to celebrate Mother’s Day. They will be able to decorate a free mug or tea bag holder for their mum’s from 11am till 4pm.
Meet lovely young 19-year-old Jay (Maika Monroe). She’s scared for her life and for good reason, writes Matt Adcock.
Wordfest, the month long festival organised by Luton Culture, has a fantastic line-up of outstanding events planned.
Ahoy, me hearties! Get set for a spectacular Easter treat as The Pirates of Treasure Island prepare to invade Dunstable’s Grove Theatre.