It’s countdown to family fun time with only 39 days to go until Luton International Carnival explodes on the scene in a riot of colour and entertainment.
Hollywood-style glitz is coming to Cineworld tomorrow (April 17) when Luton actor Dev Sagoo introduces his latest film Amar Akbar & Tony.
Bedfordshire band CC Smugglers are going one way – and that’s up.
There’s a big selection of entertainment coming up at Luton Cineworld in the next few weeks - on top of the usual selection of blockbuster movies.
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is a retired assassin, the best in the business (once killed three people in a bar with just a pencil they say).
I’ve always enjoyed the performances of Austrian-born actor Christoph Waltz, particularly his Oscar-winning turns in Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, although he’s always been on the verge of going a tad too far over the top.
Luton’s first X Factor style talent contest – entitled Unsigned Talent Showcase – has an extraordinary line-up of celebrity judges.
Easter panto is a relatively new concept which is growing in popularity, writes Anne Cox.
There’s nothing like a little perfect nonsense to tickle your tummy muscles and make you smile.
No swashbuckling, shoot-’em-up or superhero antics this week. Instead sisters are doin’ it for themselves and bringing girl power by viewing, well, the er, totally brand new retelling of Cinderella actually.
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).