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St Margaret's School for Girls opens its doors once more as pupil and amateur sleuth Jennifer Cramer returns with her loyal and long-suffering chum, Pippa Tomkins for another adventure. Can they solve this latest mystery and restore order to their sacred school?
An opportunity for all you amateur detectives out there to solve the mystery before all is revealed and possibly win a bottle of wine!
This year's Christmas play is a re-working of the legendary tale of Dick Whittington. We accompany Dick on his journey to London to make his fortune and to eventually become Lord Mayor of London. But there are obstacles in his way and only with the help of the audience does he stand any chance of succeeding
To celebrate their 22nd year on the road Digby's Half Dozen bring you an unforgettable evening of swinging sounds, favourite songs (sung by the 'Four Fairweather Friends'), latin jazz, and georgeous selections from the Great American and British Songbooks. In 2016 the Half Dozen celebrated their record-breaking eleventh win for ?Top Small Group' in the prestigious British Jazz Awards - the 'Jazz Oscars' and "even if you think you don't like jazz" says Digby - "come along and we promise you an unforgettable evening!"
At thirty-six, David is still unable to function in society. In his latest show, the daily-blogging comic dissects his awkward life. His wife threatened to take a show with this title to Edinburgh, so David got in first.
After a nine-year period enjoying the Greek sunshine abroad, Gordon is back home in the UK. In this, his 70th year, he brings his jazz/blues-influenced songbook and golden voice back to theatre audiences countrywide.
Pip's s impoverished childhood takes on a new dimension when he meets the strange Miss Havisham. An unknown benefactor turns Pip into a gentleman but he falls prey to the corruption of money.
Enter the world of Charles Dickens in the company of his great great grandson Gerald Dickens as this remarkable, acclaimed actor performs Dickens' masterpiece "Great Expectations", playing every character himself.
A comedy musical about three sisters and their relationship with their incredibly famous yet vile, cruel and vindictive father.
British jazz diva Jacqui Dankworth and American vocalist/pianist Charlie Wood celebrate some of the great musical partnerships of the 20th century. The concert features classic compositions and landmark recordings by legendary duos like Ray Charles & Betty Carter, Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn, George & Ira Gershwin, Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway, James Taylor & Carole King, and many more.
Jim, whos guitar playing has a unique jazz style and sound, is regarded as the high priest of the instrument by most young jazz guitarists. His quartet was in existence for six years from 1996 and is one of the most powerful ever to appear on the British jazz scene. Zoe Francis started singing jazz while living in New York. Before long she had long running spots in midtown Manhattan working with great musicians including Warren Vache, Joe Cohn, Chris Flory, Harry Allen, Alvester Garnett, Steve Ash and Harry Whitaker.
Jazz pianist Marco Marconi (a regular at The Market Theatre Jazz Night) returns with amazing musicians Tom Farmer on bass & Emiliano Caroselli on drums. The trio will be launching their new album Trialogue. The album is a brilliant mix of Marco's new compositions, a standout medley of a famous film score, funky version of a Bee Gee's number and stunning arrangements of a couple of classic jazz tunes. Jazz pianist & composer Marco Marconi is an inspirational artist regularly performing solo, duo or with his trio throughout the UK & Europe.
The story of the founder and inspiration behind the Royal Proms, who passed away in Hitchin on his way back from a concert in Bedford. Set against the background of the Second World War the play is an insight to the great man and Hitchin during those iconic times.
Continuing this regular series of Hitchin Histories, this year Sir Henry Wood is the subject for dramatization.
Are you actually being stalked, if you sense someone is following you but cannot prove it, cannot see them or can give no rational reason why anyone should want to stalk you? Is the feeling prompted by someone who is cunningly clever and can remain unseen or simply a figment of one's imagination and the sign of impending madness? Don't miss this year's scary but don't come alone!
This tribute show explores the music of a true genius and a unique entertainer with a career spanning from 1939 to 1962. During his 30-year recording career, Cole recorded more than 150 charting singles on Billboard?s Pop, R&B and Country charts, a staggering record that remains unbroken by any other artist ever signed to Capitol Records. Singer Mark Anthony presents this stunning tribute to the music and songs of Nat King Cole supported by a quartet of fabulous musicians recreating the mood of the 1950's Cotton Club.
The fifth episode of the Roman Romp, which recounts Frigella's attempts to leave the Temple of Vesta for the nearby Temple of Venus. All her plans so far have been innocently ruined by her not-too-bright friend Bimbus. Maybe entering the religious 'X Factor Competition' will prove a wonderful opportunity to escape? Don't miss this year's episode of what is viewed by many as the ?Summer' Adult Panto.