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What's on in Hertfordshire: February 2010

PUBLISHED: 12:00 08 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:35 20 February 2013

Find plenty of events to keep all the family entertained across Hertfordshire this month

THEATRE


1st Sandy Wilsons The Boy Friend, Markova Theatre, charity performance at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts. 01442 890222


3rd-4th Moon Fool, re-imagining of A Midsummer Nights Dream, Trestle Arts Base, St Albans


4th An Evening with Larry Lamb, Alban Arena, St Albans


5th Showstoppers, comedy at the Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


9th Comedy Night, Letchworth Arts Centre


10th-13th The St Albans Gang Show 2010, Alban Arena, St Albans


12th Turf Love: Beating Berlesconi, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


13th Comedy Night, Letchworth Arts Centre


17th Chuckle Brothers, Broxbourne Civic Hall


18th Over the Rainbow, the Eva Cassidy Story, Broxbourne Civic Hall


19th-27th Noises Off, a comedy by Michael Frayn, Barn Theatre, Welwyn Garden City


20th 2010: A Space Oddity, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


22nd Screaming Blue Murder Comedy, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


25th Sean Lock Locipedia, Broxbourne Civic Hall


From 26th Company of Ten presents, Hobsons Choice, Abbey Theatre, St Albans


27th Barry Cryer & Ronnie Golden: Unplugged, Radlett Centre


27th The Treason Show, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


27th Tim Vine The Joke-amotive, Alban Arena, St Albans


28th The Chippendales, Alban Arena, St Albans



MUSIC & DANCE


2nd Kyla Brox Band, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


5th Beyond the Barricade, Alban Arena, St Albans


6th Katy Setterfield: Here Come the Girls, Radlett Centre


6th Magic A Kind of Queen, Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar


8th Pianist Amy De Sybel afternoon concert, Benslow Music Trust, Hitchin. 01462 459446


12th Roam, cutting edge dance and percussion, Trestle Arts Base, St Albans


12th Rhodes Rocks! Rhodes Arts Complex, Bishops Stortford


12th Nashville Nights & Dixie Days, Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar


13th Hertford-based choir Quattro Correnti led by new Musical Director, Matt Manchester perform at St Marys Church, Stapleford at 7.30pm. 01992 464808


13th Barbershopera II, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


13th Showaddywaddy, Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar


14th Beth Nielsen Chapman in Concert, Alban Arena, St Albans


17th-20th Southgate College Opera presents The Pirates of Penzance, Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar


19th The all New Voulez- Vouz perform Abba the Concert, Radlett Centre


19th Courtney Pine presents Transition in Tradition, Alban Arena, St Albans


20th Pasin De Buena Vista, Alban Arena, St Albans


20th Stephen Beus piano recital with music by Bach, Liszt, Mendelssohn and Scriabin. Beechwood Park School, 7pm. 01582 840333 ext. 4


21st Fairport Convention in Concert, Alban Arena, St Albans


22nd The Hertfordshire Constabulary Choir, British Schools Museum, Hitchin


23rd Over the Rainbow: The Eva Cassidy Story, Alban Arena, St Albans


24th A Celebration of Life dinner cabaret featuring Barbara Jay with the Tommy Whittle Quartet for the Rotary Club of Elstree and Borhamwood presents Hilton Hotel, Watford, 7pm.
01923 854403


25th Radlett Music Club, Marcus Andrews, Piano, Radlett Centre


25th Stephen K Amos Feelgood Factor Extra Date, Alban Arena, St Albans


26th Paul Carrack in Concert, Alban Arena, St Albans


28th Ray Gelato and His Giants Orchestra: Swing Italiano, Radlett Centre



WALKS & NATURE


6th-28th Snowdrops and guided walks, Benington Lordship Gardens, Stevenage


10th Countryside in and around Borehamwood, four-mile walk exploring the parks and countryside on the edge of town. 01727 848168


14th Friends of Croxley Common Moor event. 01923 727105


14th Dont panic Mr Mainwaring: three-mile walk exploring the defences of the Home Guard from Cheshunt Park. 01462 459395


17th One to One with Raptors at Aldenham Country Park. 0208 953960


25th Wintry Wood Walk, two-mile guided walk, Broxbourne. 01462 459395


27th Learn to Birdwatch with Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust, Stockers Lake Nature Reserve, Rickmansworth. 01727 858901


28th Hartham Common a park through time, gentle stroll to discover the quieter parts of Hartham Common, Hertford. 01462 459395



GENERAL INTEREST


9th Radlett Art Society Lecture: Peter Dart on The World of Carl Faberge, Radlett Centre


11th Stevenage Offshore Cruising Association meeting, Stevenage CIU, 8pm


13th Noahs Ark Childrens Hospice Valentines event, 200 Years of British Entertainment in 60 Minutes by Christine and Peter Padwick, St Andrews Hall, Enfield. 020 8449 8877


13th Royston Valentines Craft and Gift Fair, The Old Bull Inn Hotel, Royston, from 10am to 4pm


From 13th Pancake Fayre, Hitchin.01462 453335


16th Hitchin Pancake Races. 01462 453335


16th Rachmaninov and Russianness Saturday Study Afternoon, Benslow Music Trust, Hitchin. 01462 459446


18th The Plants that Bite Back, join botanical researcher to look at the different ways carnivorous plants catch their food and discover the ones you can see growing wild in Britain, Natural History Museum, Tring


18th Most Haunted Live on Stage, Alban Arena, St Albans


20th Dominic HcHugh presents The musicals of Alan J Lerner and Friedrich Loewe, Saturday Study Afternoon, Benslow Music Trust, Hitchin. 01462 459446


21st Wedding Fair and Jazz Brunch, Hatfield House


29th Name That Tune quiz evening, Letchworth Arts Centre



EXHIBITIONS


From 1st Murphy Radio Exhibition, Mill Green Museum


From 1st Are You Being Served, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Letchworth Garden City


1st-25th Art from Fearnhill and Highfield, exhibition by sixth-formers from Letchworths secondary schools, Letchworth Arts Centre


1st-26th Elaine Graham Exhibition, Letchworth Arts Centre


1st-25th Art from Fearnhill and Highfield Schools, Letchworth Arts Centre


1st-25th Arts Award exhibition, Letchworth Arts Centre


1st-26th Elaine Graham Exhibition, Letchworth Arts Centre


4th-29th Kim Raymont Exhibition, Woodcuts and lithographs, Letchworth Arts Centre


From 6th What the Postman Saw, Bushey events on postcards from the Museums collection, Bushey Museum


From 27th Henry Moore: Sheep, exhibition of Henry Moores much loved sheep images on display at the newly refurbished Hertford Museum



CHILDREN & FAMILY


2nd Colourful Caterpillars, crafts for under-fives, Natural History Museum, Tring


6th Opening Eyes Theatre Company: Dick Whittington, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


13th Old McDonald and the Three Pigs Plus, Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar


15th and 18th Make a snapping shark, crafts for over-fives, Natural History Museum, Tring


15th and 18th Make a brightly coloured paper lizard, crafts for over-fives, Natural History Museum, Tring


15th Maypole and Country Dancing for children, British Schools Museum, Hitchin


15th-16th Room on the Broom, scary fun for children aged three-plus, Alban Arena, St Albans


16th Pandoras Box Theatre Company presents Katy and the Nurgla, suitable for children aged four to nine years, Radlett Centre


16th Design your own shopping bag activity, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Letchworth Garden City


17th Fishy Dishes, craft drop-in sessions, Natural History Museum, Tring


17th In Grandmas Footsteps, drop-in activities from 10am to 3pm, British Schools Museum, Hitchin


17th Pandoras Box Theatre Company presents Burglar Bill, suitable for children aged three to eight years, Radlett Centre


17th Create a hat from the past 100 years, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Letchworth Garden City


18th Make an old-fashioned sweet box, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Letchworth Garden City


27th Blunderbus Theatre: The Dragons Daughter, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead


28th How Cold My Toes, childrens theatre, Trestle Arts Base, St Albans



FARMERS MARKETS


6th Great Hormead: Village Hall, 10am to 12.30pm


6th Hatfield: White Lion Square, 9am to 2.30pm


6th Sawbridgeworth: Bell Street Centre Car Park, 9.30am to 1.30pm


14th St Albans: Market Place, 10am to 4pm


13th Tring: The Market, Brook Street, 9am to noon


21st Wheathampstead: East Lane Car Park, 10am to 1pm


19th Hexton: St Faiths Church, 1pm to 4pm


27th Harpenden: Lower High Street, 10am to 2pm


27th Hitchin: Market Place, 8am to 2pm


27th Tring: The Market, Brook Street, 9am to noon


27th Little Hadham: Village Hall, 8.30am to 11.30am


VENUES Abbey Theatre, St Albans 01727 857861; Alban Arena, St Albans 01727 844488; Barn Theatre, Welwyn Garden City 01707 324300; British Schools Museum, Hitchin 01462 420144; Broxbourne Civic Hall 01992 441946; Court Theatre, Tring. 01442 823130; Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage 08700 131030; Hitchin Museum and Art Gallery 01462 434476; Letchworth Arts Centre 01462 670788; Market Theatre, Hitchin 01462 433553; Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead 01442 228095; Rhodes Arts Complex, Bishops Stortford 01279 651746; Radlett Centre 01923 859291; Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth 01923 711063; Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar 01707 645005


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