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Elbow to make a triumphant return to Audley End this summer

Elbow to make a triumphant return to Audley End this summer

Elbow to make a triumphant return to Audley End this summer

01 March 2024

The multi-platinum-selling band will perform their biggest anthems along with new material from the forthcoming album, Audio Vertigo, out on March 22.


Stortford playwright takes drama fans on West End walk with homeless heroine

Stortford playwright takes drama fans on West End walk with homeless heroine

Stortford playwright takes drama fans on West End walk with homeless heroine

01 March 2024

Alan Hall, 62, who has been a resident of Clover Avenue with his wife Jude for 28 years, has written Crimson Eyes – The Walking Play.


Leventhorpe’s award-winning film star Lola Campbell to appear in EastEnders

Leventhorpe’s award-winning film star Lola Campbell to appear in EastEnders

Leventhorpe’s award-winning film star Lola Campbell to appear in EastEnders

29 February 2024

14-year-old Sheering star of BAFTA-nominated movie Scrapper to play troubled newcomer Britney in a special episode on Monday (March 4).


The Damned to headline Saturday line-up at Stone Valley South Festival

The Damned to headline Saturday line-up at Stone Valley South Festival

The Damned to headline Saturday line-up at Stone Valley South Festival

28 February 2024

Stone Valley Festival returns to Pepper Hill Farm at Great Amwell, near Ware, for a sixth staging, from May 24 to 26.


Town’s climate café and climate group join forces for free film night

Town’s climate café and climate group join forces for free film night

Town’s climate café and climate group join forces for free film night

26 February 2024

The screening of Planetary will take place at the New Apton Centre on Thursday March 14 at 6.30pm.


Young songwriters’ chance to impress Eurovision star in Stortford competition

Young songwriters’ chance to impress Eurovision star in Stortford competition

Young songwriters’ chance to impress Eurovision star in Stortford competition

26 February 2024

First Stortford Young Songwriters Competition open to kids in Years 3 to 13 who live or go to school in Stortford, Sawbridgeworth and Stansted area.


Leventhorpe girl Lola’s a winner at London film awards

Leventhorpe girl Lola’s a winner at London film awards

Leventhorpe girl Lola’s a winner at London film awards

23 February 2024

Lola Campbell, 14, from Sheering, named Young British/Irish Performer of the Year at 44th London Film Critics’ Circle Awards.


Stortford sculptor Nicola in American spotlight – but still firmly rooted in her home town

Stortford sculptor Nicola in American spotlight – but still firmly rooted in her home town

Stortford sculptor Nicola in American spotlight – but still firmly rooted in her home town

22 February 2024

After 12 months working with the Long-Sharp Gallery in Indianapolis, the business will be officially representing Nicola Anthony.


Lectures to explore reality of faith, environmental crisis and spiritual experiences

Lectures to explore reality of faith, environmental crisis and spiritual experiences

Lectures to explore reality of faith, environmental crisis and spiritual experiences

21 February 2024

Series of free public Lent Lectures in March at Bishop’s Stortford College will explore the reality of three areas of human existence.


Artists to showcase their work at spring exhibition in Dunmow

Artists to showcase their work at spring exhibition in Dunmow

Artists to showcase their work at spring exhibition in Dunmow

19 February 2024

Dunmow Art Group’s spring exhibition and sale will be held at Foakes Hall on the weekend of March 16-17


Sign of the Times: The Waterboys, Travis and Feeder headline over 30 acts in three days

Sign of the Times: The Waterboys, Travis and Feeder headline over 30 acts in three days

Sign of the Times: The Waterboys, Travis and Feeder headline over 30 acts in three days

16 February 2024

The event returns to Little Hadham for a fourth year from July 5 to 7, its two stages hosting rock, indie, blues, new wave and folk-punk acts.


Ball kick-starts fundraising for this year’s Dunmow Flitch Trials

Ball kick-starts fundraising for this year’s Dunmow Flitch Trials

Ball kick-starts fundraising for this year’s Dunmow Flitch Trials

15 February 2024

BBC Radio Essex’s Sadie Nine, who will again don a wig and gown as counsel when the historic event returns in July, was guest of honour at Flitch Ball


Saffron Screen is to resume running film courses after a four-year break

Saffron Screen is to resume running film courses after a four-year break

Saffron Screen is to resume running film courses after a four-year break

15 February 2024

The session delivered by film writer and lecturer Ellen Cheshire will discuss the greatest films of all time.


Rye Street Hospital next subject for Bishop’s Stortford History Society talk

Rye Street Hospital next subject for Bishop’s Stortford History Society talk

Rye Street Hospital next subject for Bishop’s Stortford History Society talk

13 February 2024

Dr Chris Connell will present a talk entitled “Rye Street Hospital: A Fine Example of Community Self Help”


Artist Philip’s impression of Impressionism

Artist Philip’s impression of Impressionism

Artist Philip’s impression of Impressionism

10 February 2024

Philip Richardson will be giving a talk to Dunmow Art Group and non-members on the history of Impressionism.


Stortford artist Gunta embroiders the truth about Harlow’s history

Stortford artist Gunta embroiders the truth about Harlow’s history

Stortford artist Gunta embroiders the truth about Harlow’s history

09 February 2024

“One of the artists jokingly said that coming from Bishop’s Stortford, I should ‘get over myself’ and take a closer look at Harlow, so I did”


Bishop’s Stortford’s Half Moon pub launches LGBTQ+ night

Bishop’s Stortford’s Half Moon pub launches LGBTQ+ night

Bishop’s Stortford’s Half Moon pub launches LGBTQ+ night

05 February 2024

Stort Pride will also be hosting a film night on Monday, February 5, to celebrate LGBT+ History Month.


Spring is in the air as Audley End Miniature Railway marks 60th year

Spring is in the air as Audley End Miniature Railway marks 60th year

Spring is in the air as Audley End Miniature Railway marks 60th year

04 February 2024

The venue kickstarts its 2024 programme with a Mother’s Day weekend and Easter egg-citement for all the family


Saffron Screen to show more new releases thanks to £50,000 appeal

Saffron Screen to show more new releases thanks to £50,000 appeal

Saffron Screen to show more new releases thanks to £50,000 appeal

31 January 2024

The not-for-profit community cinema has generated £54,000 since last summer which will help mitigate the premium charged for the latest films.


Vote now for Bishop’s Stortford’s entry in 2024’s Hertfordshire Museum Object of the Year

Vote now for Bishop’s Stortford’s entry in 2024’s Hertfordshire Museum Object of the Year

Vote now for Bishop’s Stortford’s entry in 2024’s Hertfordshire Museum Object of the Year

24 January 2024

A medieval silver seal found in Thorley is in the running to become Hertfordshire Museum Object of the Year 2024.


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