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The journal, edited by Jacqueline Cooper, also includes a piece by her about an exciting archaeology project in her home village of Clavering.
Poppy Field, who has a studio near Green Tye, chosen to produce life-size bronzes as part of Royal Albert Hall’s 150th anniversary celebrations.
Indie book reviewer Janet Gordon gives her thoughts on the latest novels by Freya Sampson, Nell Pattison, Katerina Diamond and Jenny Colgan
Chrissy Smith, a married mother of three, spent two-and-a-half years researching and writing The Caretaker with an unlikely hero at its heart.
An array of unique Christmas gifts created by skilled and distinguished artists can be bought in The Gallery at Parndon Mill's latest exhibition
Book reviewer Janet Gordon gives her verdict on the latest reads from Harry Sidebottom, Harriet Evans, Lynda La Plante and M.K. Hill
Bishop's Stortford Art Society's second exhibition in the town centre this year runs in Jackson Square from November 16-20
Singer Suggs and the band will become the event's first Thursday night main stage headliner.
Simon Munnery is coming to The Great Dunmow Comedy Club and Laura Lexx is headlining at The Laughing Bishops Comedy Club this month
Clare Harrison McCartney will be joined by headliner Pam Ford plus CJ Hooper, Sara Louise Aston, The Anti-Duhring Battalion Show and Winter Foenander.
Shakila Karim, 24, who performs as Shakila K, aims to be the first pop star of Bangladeshi origin to top the music charts.
The last Retune live show of the year will also feature sets from The Retuners and Phoebe Austin – plus home-made mince pies!
Adult students of Livewire Rock Academy will be rocking the Rose and Crown in Station Road on Friday (Dec 3).
Artists' collective Island Art, a community of boat-dwellers moored around April Island on the River Stort, to showcase arts and crafts.
Rapunzel, A Christmas Carol, Spencer, The Nutcracker, Midweek Music and Santa's grotto among the South Road venue's Christmas offerings
Cat Quigley reviews Water Lane Theatre Company's production of Terry Pratchett's fantasy comedy Going Postal at the Charis Centre.
Bishop's Stortford Musical Theatre Company were back at South Mill Arts with a cabaret-style show of 23 songs from the stage and screen.
A 21-strong cast from Bishop's Stortford Academy of Performing Arts performed Ben Elton's Queen jukebox musical at South Mill Arts.
A performance of Lear’s The Dong with a Luminous Nose, an all-singing, all-dancing tribute to Moulin Rouge, craft workshop tricks and cinema treats.
Jo Hartley returns for question-and-answer session after screening of new coming-of-age drama Sweetheart on Sunday October 17.
Award-winning documentary at South Mill Arts on October 9 precursor to Community Climate Gathering at Thorley during UN's COP26 summit in Scotland.