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Gates and Walls and Carnivals, which opened on August 4 and runs until September 11, is a collection of drawings and paintings by Chris Seaber
Janet Gordon reviews Revenge by Tom Bower, The New House by Tess Stimson, Dark Objects by Simon Toyne and Unlawful Killings by Wendy Joseph QC
Bishop's Stortford Art Society member Jeffrey Barnes on painting 'local countryside suffering under siege from extreme encroachment'
Copies with the author's signature estimated for sale between £6,000-£10,000 while unsigned, unread set expected to fetch between £5,000 and £8,000
The Empress and the English Doctor: Lucy Ward's exploration of smallpox fight that stretched from Essex to Russia short-listed for book prize.
The Perry Green landmark’s special offer means families can save £8.25 per youngster when pre-booking.
Janet Gordon reviews three novels you'll want to take on your summer holiday, plus your chance to win a new Jane Austen children's collection
Paddy Lennox said: "I'm such a keen supporter of theirs I was thrilled to have the opportunity to get involved."
The South Road venue has joined up with Stort Pride to present two days of entertainment, inclusion, information and self-expression on August 19-20
July 23 gig features master of one-liners Mark Simmons, Britain's Got Talent runner-up Robert White and Essex Comedian of the Year Josh James.
The group is looking to recruit wannabe Soulsters, with people invited to attend its free taster sessions to see if singing really is their thing
Paul Kirkley sees Elbow transport audience to another place with a performance that was less rock concert, more transcendental communal experience.
The frontman with the Scottish superstars, still touring the globe and releasing new music, looks back on 40-plus years ahead of their Audley End gig.
Saffron Walden Museum has borrowed artefacts to illustrate traditional tattoo methods and designs which will be on display until November.
They were too fast to get pics and he got stung waiting for them, but Jono Forgham is thrilled to see badger cubs in broad daylight at Hatfield Forest
The Saffron Walden venue plays host to four outdoor performances of Lewis Carroll's much-loved tale on Friday and Saturday August 19-20
Embrace your inner Roman and dinosaur with activities and shows for the whole family to enjoy this summer at the Bishop's Stortford venue
Corinne Cox, who grew up in Bishop's Stortford, is returning home after years spent touring in the Czech Republic.
Off-West End theatre company Bear in the Air is taking Much Ado About Nothing on an open-air tour of the south of England including Sawbridgeworth.
Student Matthew Goodeve is fast getting a name for himself and his latest offering is an intriguing short called The Soul Project.
Director Margy Kinmouth determined to see Ravilious in pantheon of great British landscape painters with household names like Turner and Constable.
The South Road venue in Bishop's Stortford has a packed May line-up featuring live music, family shows, movies and fascinating local history events