This talented group has been an important part of Letchworth life for over 60 years, and its exhibitions are always a treat. This one will be no exception, with a very diverse range of work spanning a variety of media.
Enjoy beautiful food and riveting drama -- one of Charles Dickens's greatest works, wonderfully adapted for the stage by the "brilliant" (Daily Telegraph) Pantaloons theatre company, with an optional Dickensian pre-theatre dinner from our superb Cafe,
These exciting Saturday mornings for 5- to 11-year olds cover different mediums and creative outcomes using well known artists and art history as an inspiration. No need to book; just drop in. Parents/guardians MUSTsign registration form before leaving children.
Another anarchic evening of great comedy hosted by Paul B Edwards and featuring some of the best stand-ups around. Tonight: Andrew Bird (left) and Ian Stone (below). Licensed bar.
Visiting artist Sarah Stoker, whose work fills our Café Gallery through October, hosts this special morning workshop on ceramic painting.
Fronted by acclaimed singer Joanna Eden ("the UK's answer to Norah Jones and Diana Krall" -- Time Out) and featuring the groovy sounds of the Chris Ingham Trio with special guest Mark Crooks, the clarinet and saxophone star of the John Wilson Orchestra. Jazz at the Movies puts a jazzy spin on the evocative songs and soundtrack themes from classic films including The Aristocats, The Servant, From Russia With Love, Agatha, Let's Make Love, The Pink Panther, The Ipcress File and many more.
Meet William, a 20-something Londoner who drifts from coffee shop to bar, falling in love, self-obsessing and finding solace in The Smiths. Torn between conflicting loyalties to the girl of his dreams and his best friend, William has the chance to become more than half a person.