Category: What’s On
Bedfordshire Police is holding its first county-wide charity football tournament and is looking to recruit teams of boys and girls for both the under 14 and under 16 tournaments.
Taking place in aid of Embrace, a charity that supports young people whose lives have been impacted by serious crime, the seven-a-side tournament kicks off on Sunday 28 April at Kempston Rovers FC in Hillgrounds Road, Kempston, with a maximum of 10 players in each team.Read More
The 2019 Relaxed Opening sessions for people with autism at The National Museum of Computing are already proving highly popular and visitors are advised to register promptly for the increasingly popular sessions.
Sponsored in 2018 and 2019 by Paessler AG, the global network management specialist, the award-wining Relaxed Opening sessions provide a calm environment for families who often find the crowds and noise of public attractions too stressful for some family members.Read More
Tenderlore the Alternative-Folk trio is coming to Cranfield on 22 March 2019. They bring their rich vocal textures and exciting guitar based songs to entrance you.
The trio, Hayley McDonnell, Olly Lewis and Rob Kitney met whilst at university in Southampton as fellow singer/songwriters. Inspired by each other’s music they began to collaborate on each other’s songs and make their mark on the local music scene.
Applications have opened for this year’s National Youth Music Camps, which take place over three weeks during July and August.
The National Youth Music Camps offer young people of all musical abilities the chance to come together and take part in an inspiring and varied week-long music and camping experience. Now in their 49th year, they are managed by The Stables Theatre in Milton Keynes, one of the UK’s leading music organisations. Alumni include Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Guy Chambers (songwriter for Robbie Williams) and Tim Firth (writer of Calendar Girls). This year’s Camps will be taking place at Piper’s Corner School in Great Kingshill near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.Read More
Brian McFadden has a brand new album out, Otis, and he’s taking it on tour around the UK this April 2019. He will be visiting Liverpool, Birmingham, Southampton, Milton Keynes and Glasgow.
Brian’s album, Otis, was released in January 2019 and it pays tribute to the soul legend Otis Redding. Brian is going back to his love for soul music that showcases his voice at the very best. It can also be expected that the Westlife hits will appear amongst the set, which you all know and love.Read More
The inaugural Bedford Festival of Motoring in June 2019 is being brought to the town by Bedford Borough Council in partnership with Adrian Grubb of Events with Panache. Adrian has previously been involved with the successful launch and management of the Stratford-upon-Avon Festival of Motoring.Read More
February marks the beginning of LGBT History Month and the theme this year is Peace, Reconciliation and Activism. As part of LGBT History Month, The Higgins Bedford is very excited to be a hub venue for the OUTing the Past Festival for the second year running.
From 11am till 4pm at The Higgins Bedford there will be stall holders with information on LGBT History, as well as LGBT rights, support and activism. Confirmed stalls include Schools Out UK, Q Youth Bedford and the Terrence Higgins Trust.
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