Thursday February 28 o The Late Edwina Black– The Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage, until Saturday, ticket prices and times vary. Friday February 29 o Live Contemporary Music Night – Plinston. Doors open at 7pm. Over 18s only. For more information call 0
Thursday February 28
o The Late Edwina Black- The Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage, until Saturday, ticket prices and times vary.
Friday February 29
o Live Contemporary Music Night - Plinston. Doors open at 7pm. Over 18s only. For more information call 01462 672003.
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Sunday March 2
o Mothering Sunday Jazz Lunch at The Corinthian Restaurant - Three course Sunday lunch while listening to The Jazz Brothers, Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre, adults £19.95, children under-12 £10, call 08700 131 030.
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- 4 Famous faces: A look at Stevenage's most notable people
- 5 Prime Minister Boris Johnson opens Airbus' new £35 million facility
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- 7 Stevenage teen sentenced after sexually abusing young boys
- 8 Floats, fun and fancy dress: Do you remember Stevenage Carnival?
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- 10 Community rallies together to clean up church after 'mindless' vandalism
o The Letchworth Film Club presents The Innocents (12A) - Broadway Cinema, Letchworth GC, 7.45pm, guests £5, call 01462 482006.
Wednesday March 5
o A Taste of Honey with Gill Farrington - How honey has inspired writers from around the world through six novels, tickets £3 on the door.
Thursday March 6
o Pints and Poetry- The Orange Tree, Baldock, £3 on the door.
Saturday March 8
o Hitchin crime writer Adrian Magson signs copies of his book No Tears For The Lost - Waterstone's, Market Place, Hitchin, 10.30am-4.30pm.
o Easter craft fair - Hitchin Museum and Art Gallery, 10am-4pm.
Monday March 10
o Historian Andrew Cook discusses his books Princy Eddy: The King Britain Never Had and Cash For Honours: The True Story of Maundy Gregory - David's Bookshop, Letchworth GC, admission free but must be reserved, phone 01462 684631 or email email@example.com.
Wednesday March 12
o Crime authors Mark Billingham, Sophie Hannah and Jane Hill talk about acclaimed crime novels as part of North Herts Book Festival - The Sun Hotel, Hitchin, 1-5pm, tickets £6 from Waterstone's.
Friday March 14
o The Fairfield Players present Murder In Play - The Memorial Hall, Stotfold, 7.45pm, tickets £5.50 from 01462 626169 or from Cards 'n' Gifts, Stotfold. Also on Saturday, March 15.
o Letchworth GC and Baldock Scouts Gang Show - St Francis College Theatre, Letchworth GC, 7.30pm, tickets £5 from Milletts, Letchworth GC, or by calling 01462 671183. Also on Saturday, March 15 when there is a 2.30pm matinee performance.
Saturday March 15
o War-Torn Skies Over Hertfordshire, hear about Hertfordshire's wartime aviation history in a talk by Julian Evan-Hart - Letchworth Library, 2.30pm, tickets £3, call 01438 737333.
o Nigel Ogden charity organ concert - The Central Methodist Church, Norton Way South, Letchworth GC, 7.30pm, tickets £6 from Geoff Knowles on 01462 676345.
o North Herts Guild of Singers perform Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle - The Coptic Church, Broadhall Way, Stevenage, 7.30pm, visit www.nhgs.org.uk or call the box office on 01462 434318.
Monday March 17
o Reminiscence perform songs from 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s - The Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage, 7.45pm, tickets £12.50 and concessions £10.50.
Saturday March 29
o Orpheus and Eurydice - Queen Mother Theatre, Hitchin, 3pm and 7.45pm, tickets £11 or £8 for concessions.