Under the Same Sky Higgins Bedford art
The first new exhibition at the Higgins Bedford since lockdown will open this Saturday (3 October) exploring artists' depictions of the sky and the local impact of the weather. Under the Same Sky...
Today (4 October) marks the 90th anniversary of the last voyage of the R101 airship, which left Cardington in 1930 and tragically crashed, killing...
High-profile British artist and former Bedford Modern student, Alex Chinneck has unveiled three identical new public artworks across the UK titled: ‘Alphabetti Spaghetti’. The sculptures which appeared overnight in London, Margate and Sheffield, resemble traditional red...
Tara Gillen
Local photographer, Tara Gillen, has been selected as one of only 100 across the country to be part of a creative project that celebrates and pays...
Elstow
A £750,000 appeal to build a community hall from the ruins of Hillersden Hall next to the historic Elstow Abbey Church is being launched this weekend...
If you’re one of the 7.65 million people who sat down on Sunday night to watch the BBC adaptation of His Dark Materials, you will recognise Bedford-based Sam Gilbey’s latest illustrations. The artist has created the...
Gigs 4 Kids
Bedford Creative Arts' Gigs 4 Kids campaign has successfully exceeded its target by raising £16,999 thanks to support from generous backers. With the fun...
Pilgrims Progress animation
A campaign is underway to persuade Cineworld Bedford to screen the new animated adaption of A Pilgrim’s Progress.  The film launches nationwide on Friday...
Graeme Park
On Sunday morning (4 October), Bedfordians are in for a rare treat, as legendary Haçienda DJ, Graeme Park, will be gracing the In2Beats airwaves...
To kick off LGBT+ History Month this February, the Higgins Bedford is holding a virtual evening of poetry, prose and personal recollections with LGBT+ Poet Laureate Trudy Howson...
It's panto time in Bedford (oh yes it is!) and if you're looking for some inspiration for festive family fun over the Christmas holidays, there's not one...
QP Parade
The popular Queens Park multi-cultural parade takes place on Saturday 29 June, featuring a spectacular sea creature centrepiece made of discarded plastic to highlight the importance of recycling.