Britain's What's On Event Guide
Coronavirus: Do check with venue for Cancellations.
Students are invited to take advantage of two weeks’ worth of deals and discounts at intu Watford, from 21 September to 4 October.
intu Watford shopping centre, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 2UB
Today to Sun 4 Oct
This is a group run for all adult Chess enthusiasts. We meet every Monday at Hoddesdon Library (meeting room), all levels including novices are welcome.
Hoddesdon Library, 98 High Street, Hoddeston EN11 8HD
Today, Mon 28 Sep, Mon 5 Oct
Our first ever, trailblazing virtual #HertsOpenStudios is on for the whole of September ...
30 days, 30 themes, 30 years.
Today to Wed 30 Sep
Prizes of £100 (winner) and two runners up prizes of £50 each to be won! Taking part is really easy and fun (and will keep the kids occupied for a little while so you’re a winner too!).
The Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City, (but you can take part at home!) AL8 6HA
Today to Sat 31 Oct
The Townswomen’s iGuild of Buntingford and Beyond is welcoming new members.
Campaigning, crafting, cooking and of course chatting!
Wed 23 Sep, Wed 30 Sep, and more dates until Wed 28 Oct
Due to the coronavirus outbreak we have taken the decision to cancel this years event.
We hope to be back next year with an even bigger event.
Further detail and map at www.stalbansmes.com
Townsend Church of England School, High Oakes, St Albans, Herts AL3 6DR
Sat 26 Sep
The world’s BIGGEST Vintage and Modern Bus & Coach Display featuring special displays including the Hertfordshire Hub showcasing the county’s bus operators.
Hertfordshire County Showground, Dunstable Road, Redbourn, St Albans near Whipsnade Zoo. Bus services from Luton, Dunstable, Redbourn, Hemel, Wycombe, Chesham, Amersham and St Albans and to the Zoo AL3 7PT
Sun 27 Sep
CLIF®, the maker of plant-based CLIF BAR® energy bars, has teamed up with Cycling UK to help the nation do the post-lockdown return to work by bicycle - this comes as almost half of Brits (49%) still
Mon 28 Sep, Tue 29 Sep, Mon 5 Oct, Tue 6 Oct, Mon 12 Oct, Tue 13 Oct
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not new, however the COVID-19 pandemic and the development of intelligent software applications such as Siri, Amazon Alexa and a range of breakthroughs in medicine
Mon 28 Sep
40 years since Aled was a choirboy at Bangor Cathedral, he brings his special concert of music and stories to cathedrals throughout the UK
As one of the classical world’s vocal powerhouses, Aled
St Albans Cathedral, St Albans AL1 1BY
Mon 28 Sep
We are pleased to announce our first Themed Online Book Fair goes live on the 29th September at 12 noon.
Tue 29 Sep to Wed 14 Oct
We are offering a fantastic discount to claim, simply call the box office on 0203 375 3970 and quote ‘JUGGLER’ This MUST be used on the phone at least 24 hours before the show.
St Albans Road
A1081 AL5 2JE
Thu 1 Oct to Mon 5 Oct
Speaker: Robert Moore.
The History of the Grand Union Canal.
Robert joined the Rickmansworth Waterways Trust when he retired from teaching.
Stanborough Centre, 609 St Albans Road, Garston, Watford WD25 9JL
Thu 1 Oct
THRILLSEEKERS in the United Kingdom can enjoy a performance of astounding action as world famous extreme stunt performers descend upon the UK.
Dunstable Road AL3 7PT
Fri 2 Oct
Our annual fund-raising quiz with general knowledge questions and lots of fun - do hope you can join us.
Ticket price includes a tasty salad supper and tea/coffee.
URC Church, Mill Lane, Broxbourne, Herts EN10 7BQ
Sat 3 Oct
ConeBoy is a music, spoken-word and drama show from writer and musician Clive Parker-Sharp. Clive was at the forefront in the punk movement, with such bands as Spizz Energi and The Members, and a...
Pump House Theatre and Arts Centre (Charles Room)
5 Local Board Road WD17 2JP
Sat 3 Oct and Sun 4 Oct
Come and enjoy a day to celebrate apples. This event is just one of many apple days which are run all over the country.
YMCA Community Gym, Russet Drive, St Albans AL4 0DB
Sun 4 Oct
Meeting details to be confirmed. Organised by Bishop’s Stortford & District Philatelic Society - Local contact: To be advised. Potential new members welcome.
Pre-Preparatory Department, Bishop’s Stortford College, Great Hadham Road, Bishop’s Stortford CM23 4BT
Wed 7 Oct, Wed 4 Nov, Wed 2 Dec
Head over to Hertford Castle for some seasonal fun, peruse the craft stalls, take part in the autumn trail where children can hunt around the grounds to tick off the list to get a sweet
Hertfordshire SG14 1HR
Sun 11 Oct
14Sep2020: Maggie Thompson displays Triangles from Liberia and many other countries; 12Oct2020: Annual Competitions & Quiz & Members Entertain; 9Nov2020: Don Davies Entertains.
The Spanish Ambassador’s Suite, Broxbourne Council Offices, Bishops’ College, Churchgate, Cheshunt EN8 9XQ
Mon 12 Oct, Mon 9 Nov
Harpenden based artist Justine Lois Thorpe is again collaborating with two other local artists to present a Pop-Up Art Exhibition this October.
8 Leyton Road, Harpenden (opposite Waitrose) AL5 2TL
Mon 12 Oct to Sun 18 Oct
Cirrus String Quartet with Mike Stanley on Piano. Programme: Haydn String Quartet in B flat Opus 64, No 3, Beethoven Quartet in F minor Opus 95 and Dvorak Piano Quintet in A Opus 81.
URC Church, Mill Lane, Broxbourne, EN10 7BQ
Sat 17 Oct
Shenley park normally hold an Apple day on the third Sunday in October.
This year is a bit different of course and so instead there will be limited activities and no large marquee tent to ensure...
Shenley park, Radlett Lane WD7 9DW
Sat 17 Oct and Sun 18 Oct
Ware Antique & Collectors Fair: 30+ tables offering antiques and collectables
Doors open at 10am to 4pm £1 entry (50p concessions) Free Car Parking Food and drink available
Age Concern Hall, Priory Street, Ware SG12 0DE
Sun 18 Oct
A unique and inspired Antique and Vintage street market with 80 superb traders in the heart of the ancient and picturesque City of St Albans.
Sun 18 Oct
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