Shakespeare, the Beatles and Andrew Lloyd Webber have all crossed the Atlantic to leave a mark on the cultural fabric of the USA, and so has Piers Morgan for that matter – but did you know that burlesque was also a British export?
Anyone with fond memories of last summer’s Roving Comics night, the traditional launch event of the Tringe comedy festival, will be experiencing a dab of deja vu when they check out the bill for a feast of fun planned for Berkhamsted next month.
Supporters of the Gaddesden Place Riding For The Disabled charity are gearing up for one of their big annual fundraising events next month.
If you’ve never taken a trip to the Chiltern Open Air Museum why not take advantage of Saturday’s Museums at Night session, when the Chalfont St Giles site will be open from 7pm to 11pm.
Over a career that spans four decades, guitar virtuouso Eduardo Niebla has been acclaimed for bringing flameno to the fore and adding to it a jolt of jazz.
The refurbished Hastoe Village Hall will open its doors for a classical concert this summer in a bid to raise much-needed funds for the hall trust.
Organisers have revealed times for the highly-anticipated music festival Chilfest, due to be held in Tring in July.
A young songwriting sensation from Aldbury had her tune featured on BBC Radio 6 last week.
When the first notes of a new work being given its premiere by the Dacorum Symphony Orchestra sound out this weekend, you can be sure one member of the ensemble will be paying particular attention.
When drummer Roz Ison first started developing his skills with the sticks while a pupil at Hemel Hempstead’s Cavendish School, who knew what the future would hold?
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Sunday 19 May 2013
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