What’s on Bedford: 29 February – 10 March 2024


Your weekly what’s on guide for Bedford and the surrounding area from The Bedford Clanger.

Never miss a thing in Bedford ever again. From theatre to film, live music to art exhibitions, The Bedford Clanger what’s on guide lands every Thursday and is the only guide you need to know what’s on and what’s happening across the Borough for the next 10 days.

The Bedford Clanger’s What’s On Guide is kindly sponsored by The Cellar Bar, Bedford

Thursday 29 February 2024

Dancing: Caper Day featuring Red Cuthbert Morris
The Wellington Arms @ 8pm
Free entry

On 29 February, Red Cuthbert Morris will be dancing at the Wellington Arms at 8pm to celebrate the extra evening the leap year gives us. This is the new tradition of Caper Day, which you can read about the Red Cuthbert blog here.

Red Cuthbert is an inclusive morris dancing side based in Bedford, open to all adults regardlesss of age, gender and ethnicity as folk dancing is for everyone. The side has been going since 2012, and dance a mixture of their own creations, traditional Border morris, and some Cotswold morris. They say, “We seek to fan the flames of a living tradition and make it fun for our audiences and ourselves.”

Friday 1 March until 1 April 2024

Exhibition: Bedford’s Evolving High Street
The Higgins Bedford
Free entry

A photographic display of the past, present and future of Bedford High Street to celebrate the completion of the High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) programme.

The exhibit looks at the ever-evolving High Street through the decades, providing a chance to reflect on what the High Street means to us and to look at the restoration works and community events that have taken place over the last four years.

The HSHAZ Programme has been delivered by Bedford Borough Council with support from Bedford BID, SEMLEP and Historic England.

Friday 1 March 2024

Classical music: Philharmonia Orchestra presents – Just for You
Harpur Centre @ throughout the day

Throughout the day, Bedford’s Harpur Centre will host informal performances from five Philharmonia musicians, filling the shopping centre with the sound of soaring strings and some instantly recognisable classical melodies.

Shoppers will have the chance to meet the musicians, find out more about their instruments and even get involved in the music-making process.

 The Philharmonia will also be bringing its extraordinary virtual reality (VR) installation to Bedford – just by donning the VR headset you can immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of a symphony orchestra.

You’ll hear the music in ground-shaking detail and find yourself right at the heart of the Orchestra, sitting in the string section in front of conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen.

Friday 1 March 2024

Art exhibition: Detweiler Exhibition
Bedford School – Great Hall and Main Foyer Art Gallery @ 7pm
Free entry

Bedford School warmly invites you to one of the highlights of its Creative Arts calendar, the inspirational Detweiler Competition, which is an exciting exhibition of work by Bedford School boys.

Prizes are awarded in four different categories: Art, Music, Drama and Creative Writing and this year’s theme is ‘Life and Death’.

Friday 1 March 2024

Theatre & dance: WomanEwer
The Place Theatre @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £15/£12

An inclusive live performance based on real-life stories from women and Trans women, performed by five professional dancers and survivors of abuse. 

Artistic Director Laura Kenyon uses contemporary dance & theatre to amplify marginalised voices and connect with audiences. This work celebrates womanhood, survival and strength, advocating for women to have their own voice in society, empowering the harmed and shaping once mute spaces.

Friday 1 March 2024

Live music: Double header: The Stalkers and Craigan Brothers & Friends
The Cellar Bar @ 8.30pm
Free entry

For the first set, Chris will be joined by some very talented friends to create a one-off Bedford supergroup – not to be missed. Covers by The Libertines, Billy Bragg and Frank Turner and more.

Saturday 2 – Saturday 9 March 2024

Exhibition: Colourful Horizons
The Eagle Gallery, St Peter’s Street
Free entry

Fine artists, Alexandra Andreica is holding an week-long exhibition at the Eagle Gallery this week. Visit Colourful Horizons until 9 March.

Saturday 2 March 2024

Classical music: Music in Unexpected Places
10.30am Damiano Hair / 11am Kempston Library / 11am Bedford Central Library /1pm Family Hub – Queens Park / 1pm Higgins Museum / 2pm Samsons Academy Gym / 3pm Barley Mow pub / 4pm The Standard pub

Three trios of Philharmonia players will be performing throughout the day in some very unexpected places throughout Bedford that couldn’t be further away from the typical concert hall surroundings.

10.30am Damiano Hair / 11am Kempston Library / 11am Bedford Central Library /1pm Family Hub – Queens Park / 1pm Higgins Museum / 2pm Samsons Academy Gym / 3pm Barley Mow pub / 4pm The Standard pub

These short, free recitals will give Bedfordians a taste of live classical music in a relaxed setting, shifting the boundaries of where live music can be enjoyed.

The Philharmonia will also be bringing its extraordinary virtual reality (VR) installation to Bedford – just by donning the VR headset you can immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of a symphony orchestra.

You’ll hear the music in ground-shaking detail and find yourself right at the heart of the Orchestra, sitting in the string section in front of conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen.

Saturday 2 March 2024

Comedy: Comedy Club for Kids
The Quarry Theatre @ 2pm
Tickets: from £8

Since 2005, the Comedy Club 4 Kids has been getting the best stand-ups and sketch acts from the international circuit to do their thing for an audience of children and their families… but without the rude bits! It’s just like a normal comedy club, but it’s on in the day, kids are allowed in, and thus there is a higher than usual chance of heckles like “why is that your face!?”

Saturday 2 March 2024

Comedy: Jokes and Laffs
The Place Theatre @ 7pm
Tickets: VIP tables £19.99/standard seats £14.99

Rising star of the comedy circuit, Wilson Milton charms and delights with clever observation, curve ball one-liners, and funny anecdotes.  Wilson is picking up an impressive record around the UK and is amongst the leading up and coming comedians. 

President Obonjo of Lafta Republic has been performing stand-up comedy since 2010.  The President is a comedy character, whose set combines political and personal story lines (drawing on his alter ego’s experiences and influences as a British Nigerian), the impact of social media on his life, and the nonsense of modern life.  He is a bit of a charmer in his Field Marshal’s uniform!

Geoff Schumann is an award-winning comedian and radio presenter, described as one of the early pioneers of the Black stand-up comedy circuit. He appeared in the BBC 2 hit show the ‘Real Mccoy’ and was the co-host of the game show ‘Get It On’ also on BBC 2.

Ava Vidal is a cool and composed performer with an intriguing past. Ava became a mother at 18 and spent five years as a prison guard at Pentonville. A chance viewing of a Chris Rock routine inspired her to pursue a career in comedy, and she quickly became a fixture of the stand-up circuit.

Saturday 2 March 2024

Live musci: Tyber and Pete – The Dualers
Bedford Esquires @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £21

The Dualers Duo – Tyber and Pete – return to Bedford for the first time in almost two years.

Saturday 2 March 2024

Live Music:  Five Five Six 
The Cellar Bar @ 10.30pm
Free Entry. 

They are back, so get ready for a great night of legendary rock tunes with Five Five Six.  The Cellar Bar literally rocks when these guys play!

In addition, they will be supported by the Stalkers playing a full one-hour set.  This is a late late event.

Saturday 2 March 2024

Quizzing and drinking: The Thinking Drinkers Pub Quiz – fancy another round?
The Quarry Theatre @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £19.50

After a 2022 sell-out run, the world’s funniest alcohol experts are back in quizness with a brand new show that serves up five discerning drinks for everyone.

A comedy quiz and illuminating tasting.

Saturday 2 March 2024

Live music: Dane Kelly + Lydia Prettyman + Ed Tattersall
Bedford Esquires @ 7pm
Tickets: £8

Dane Kelly and his band are returning to Bedford Esquires for a headline show on 2 March. Support on the night comes from Lydia Prettyman and Ed Tattersall.

Sunday 3 March 2024

Artist Open Studios: POP STUDIO4
POP STUDIO4, 4 Market Hall, The Arcade, Bedford, MK40 1NS @ 10am – 3pm
Free entry

Join POP STUDIO4 on Sunday 3 March for their second open studios of 2024.  Nestled in The Arcade alongside the independent shops and traders, POP STUDIO4 is a collective of artists spanning drawing, painting, illustration and animation. 

Head down from 10am-3pm to meet the artists  Emily BaxterFiona WilsonGiacomo VerduraMo Rahman and Talia Giles and see them in action.  There’s an opportunity to browse and buy original art, prints and greeting cards as well as works currently in progress.

The first Sunday of the month is now the official open studios date for the artists, so if you can’t make the 3 March, make sure you have Sunday 7 April in the diary.  

Sunday 3 March 2024

Poetry: Swan Poetry Evening
The Eagle Bookshop @ 7pm
Tickets: Free but please book via The Place Theatre website

Join the Swan Poetry Society for their monthly reading of poems reflecting the season. This month’s theme is ‘Hello, Good Evening and Welcome!’ This monthly event takes place at The Eagle Bookshop in St Peter’s Street. Enjoy a relaxed evening of poetry and prose with a drink and have a browse of the books.

Monday 4 March 2024

Film: Bedford Film Society presents – I’m Your Man
The University of Bedford, Polhill Avenue @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £69/annual membership, £5/day guest

German-language (with subtitles) sci-fi story about a woman who begins dating a male ‘companion robot’.

Visit the Bedford Film Society website to sign up to become an annual member (£69/year). Alternatively, anyone can turn up before showtime (7.30pm) and pay £5 on the door as a non-member.

Tuesday 5 March 2024

Poetry: Ouse Muse welcomes guest poet Barry Smith
The Eagle Bookshop, St Peter’s Street @ 7.45pm
Free entry

This month, Ouse Muse welcomes poet and festival director, Barry Smith, back to his hometown to read from his acclaimed poetry collections at the Eagle Bookshop.

Barry will be the guest poet at Ouse Muse, Bedford’s live poetry and open mic night. Barry grew up in Bedfordshire and was very active in the local theatre scene from 1970 to 1980. During that time he was chairman of the local theatre group, the Bradgate Players, forerunner of the Swan Theatre and directed several productions at the Civic Theatre and the Bunyan Centre.

He is now the director of the South Downs Poetry Festival and will be reading from his new book ‘Reeling and Writhing’, a collection of his poems written over several decades. 

Tuesday 5 March 2024

Friends of the Higgins talk: Victoria Partridge – Edward Bawden and Me
The Bunyan Meeting @ 12 noon
Free entry but suggested donation to the Friends of the Higgins

Edward Bawden & Me is on at the Higgins from 17 February. Image: The Higgins Bedford
Edward Bawden & Me is on at the Higgins from 17 February. Image: The Higgins Bedford

On Tuesday 5 March, the Friends of the Higgins will be welcoming Victoria Partridge as their guest speaker for a behind-the-scenes look a the museum’s new Edward Bawden & Me exhibition. Victoria is the Keeper of Fine and Decorative Arts at the Higgins and worked with curator Chris Brown to bring together the work of some of the biggest names in contemporary British art and illustration in response to the Higgins’ Bawden collection.

The talk takes place at the Bunyan Meeting on Mill Street at midday, followed by a private guided visit to the Higgins’ exhibition. Entry is free, but guests are invited to make a donation to the Friends of the Higgins’ JustGiving page.

Tuesday 5 March 2024

Live music: Tuesday lunchtime concert
St Paul’s church, St Paul’s Square @ 1pm
Free entry with retiring collection (suggested donation £5)

This week’s lunchtime concert features a piano recital by Leo Little.

Wednesday 6 March 2024

Film: Cinema @ 3 St Peter’s presents – The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
3 St Peter’s Street @ 7pm
Tickets: £12/£10.50/£9/£6

A French musical that delves into the poignant romance between Geneviève and Guy, disrupted by war. Its unique all-singing format and vibrant visuals have earned it widespread praise, including the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and nominations for Academy Awards, solidifying its status as a cinematic classic.

Wednesday 6 March 2024

Children: Jackastory
The Place Theatre @ 9.30am
Tickets: Pay What You Can

Join The Place Team for Jackastory , which runs fortnightly and weekly during school holidays. Listen to members of The Place team read their chosen children’s stories and discover some new favourites of your own. Each session runs for forty-five minutes to an hour, with a break for refreshments.

This will be a very relaxed event with young, and old, being invited to join the readers in an intimate and friendly atmosphere, on a mound of comfortable cushions! (Aimed at 0-6-year olds, but all ages welcome).

Thursday 7 March 2024

Comedy: Kieron Hodgson: Big In Scotland
The Quarry Theatre @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £16

Fresh from a critically acclaimed, sold-out Edinburgh Fringe run and a fourth nomination for Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, Kieran Hodgson takes his brand new, unmissable hour Big In Scotland on tour across the UK.

In 2020, the world changed forever, as Kieran Hodgson moved to Scotland. Now he’s travelling around the still-just-about United Kingdom to tell you how it’s working out. For him and for the Scots.

Thursday 7 March 2024

Exhibition & ‘meet the artists’: Faces – an exhibition by six local artists
Goldington Arts Centre Haylands Way, MK41 9BX @ 5pm – 7.30pm
Free entry

On Thursday 7 March, the Arts Centre Exhibition Space at Goldington Academy will host ‘Faces’, an exhibition of work by six local artists. The exhibition is open to all from 5pm – 7.30pm and there will be the chance to meet the artists involved.

Exhibiting artists this year are Giacamo Verdura, Mique Moriuchi, Mo Rahman (Squid Ink Doodle), Marta Plizga, Samantha Thompson and Yvette Rose Bramwell. Entry to the exhibition will be through the side entrance of the school on Haylands Way and there will be signage to the exhibition. 

Thursday 7 March 2024

Quiz: Esquires Monthly Music Quiz
Bedford Esquires @ 8pm
£2 per person / max six people per team

Brain cells at the ready, it’s Esquires music quiz and everyone’s welcome. Featuring music from the 50’s to the present, it’s £2 per person to enter with teams of up to a maximum of six people.

Cash prize for the winning team.

Thursday 7 March 2024

Live Music: FUSION – A combination of Bandeoke, Karaoke and Open Mic
The Cellar Bar @ 8.30pm / doors open @ 6pm / Happy Hour 6pm – 9pm
Free entry

The Cellar Bar’s FUSION night has something for everyone: a full karaoke setup with over 50,000 songs, sing with your friends or go solo, or why not sing with their house band, no backing tracks but the reassurance of having the words in front of you.

Finally, Bedford’s local musicians are welcome to come along for a jam session. This really is a night for all, a FUSION of musical style and experience.

Friday 8 March 2024

Live music: International Women’s Day celebration
Bedford Esquires @ 6pm – 1am
Entry: bar £2 /Emily Breeze £12.50 / Boombastic 90s night £6

Curated by Esquires’ manager, Jess, all three rooms at Esquires will be open to celebrate International Women’s Day.

The bar will host an all-female DJ lineup, followed by IWD-inspired musical bingo featuring songs by rock goddesses, pop divas and disco queens. A charity raffle will be held in aid of Refuge and they will be taking donations for Bedford All Women’s Centre.

Room 2 hosts Bristol-based pop-noir artist, Emily Breeze with support from Fe Salomon.

The main stage features the ever-popular Boombastic 90s night with the promise of pop gems, anthems and floor fillers.

Friday 8 March 2024

Live Music: Tiptoe Apollo
The Cellar Bar @ 8.30pm
Free Entry

Always keen to support new young acts, the Cellar Bar is delighted to welcome Tiptoe Apollo back to perform. They will be playing classic covers from Arctic Monkeys, Nirvana, The Strokes, The Cure, Foo Fighters and much much more.

They played at The Dublin Castle as a support act in September 2022 and were asked to go back and headline in November. They are officially the youngest band to ever perform or headline there. Not to be missed!

Saturday 9 March 2024

Interactive family fun: Science Labs 2024
The Higgins Bedford @ 11am – 4pm
Free entry but some events are bookable

Higgins Bedford
The Higgins Bedford (image: The Higgins Bedford)

To celebrate British Science Week, head to the Higgins for a range of free STEM activities for families.

Activities include dry-ice experiments, tabletop games, exploring geology and activities for under 5s hosted by Little Science Lab, Ready Steady Roll, The Good Life Garden, Bedfordshire Geology Group and more.

All activities are free, however the Dry Ice workshops and Get Growing workshops must be booked in advance.

Book online here please use promotional code HIGGINS30 to avoid paying a transaction fee.

Saturday 9 March 2024

Classical music: Philarhonia presents – Interactive Insights
St Paul’s Church, St Paul’s Square

The beautiful surroundings of St Paul’s church are the location for the final event in Philharmonia’s programme in Bedford and Kempston town centres.

At the Philharmonia’s Interactive Insight, a group of musicians will be taking the audience on a deep dive into one of the most recognisable pieces of classical music – the opening of Beethoven’s Symphony No 5.

The session will explore the motifs and structure of the piece, and provide otherwise unknown insight into one of Beethoven’s most well-known works. 

The interactive event is open to anyone who is keen to gain a more in-depth understanding of one of the best-loved pieces of classical music, particularly GCSE, A-level and life-long music students.

Saturday 9 March 2024

Creative community: Beds Urban Sketchers draw Castle Road
Meeting spot:  The Gordon Arms @ 10.30am – 1pm
Free to attend

Join the Beds Urban Sketchers on their monthly meet up, this time discovering the buildings, shops and services of Castle Road and surrounding streets. Urban sketching is about sketching your surroundings through observational drawing. There is no right or wrong way, just enjoy this mindful activity whilst also noticing new things you’ve never seen before as you’ve taken the time to stop and look.   

This is a volunteer-led group and is not taught. The group has complete beginners through to professional artists and it’s a welcoming and supportive environment.  It’s free to join in on any of our sessions, you just need to bring your own materials. We’re open to all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Head to the Beds Urban Sketchers Facebook group @bedsurbansketchers to find the event meet up info, or email bedsurbansketchers@gmail.com to find out more. 

Saturday 9 March 2024

Live Music: Sophia Soul & Matt Bedford
The Cellar Bar @ 8.30pm
Free Entry. 

The wonderful Sophia Soul returns to The Cellar Bar this month. This modern-day diva has had an outstanding career in live vocals spanning over 14 years, having previously been the frontwoman for several successful groups and bands.

Afterwards, Cellar Bar regular Matt Bedford will perform some classic 80’s songs.

Saturday 9 March 2024

Live music: The Monochrome Set
Bedford Esquires @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £15

The Monochrome Set formed in 1978, and were heavily influential in the post-punk scene that evolved after the initial scorched earth of punk. The band’s early releases were on the legendary Rough Trade Label before signing with Virgin offshoot Din Disc.

Though The Monochrome Set split in 1985 the next decade saw several reunions for both live gigs and further studio recordings. After a hiatus of over a decade the band reformed full time in 2010 and have since toured all over the UK, Europe, Japan and the USA, whilst also releasing seven new, critically acclaimed, studio albums.

Now in their 46th year, they are beginning a new series of gigs promoting their latest album and playing songs old and new.

The tour promotes their latest album, a collection of Marc Riley Sessions from 2011 to 2022. The band features original Monochrome Set members Bid (guitar/vocals) and Andy Warren (bass) with Athen Ayren on keyboards and Stephen Gilchrist on drums.

Saturday 9 March 2024

Live music: The 2tones Ska Band
Bedford Esquires @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £12

This month sees the return of Northampton’s legendary Ska outfit The 2 Tones to Bedford Esquires.

The eight-piece band formed in 2007 have been blowing away audiences with their unique treatment of classics from the Trojan and 2 Tone Labels mixed with a few cheeky modern classics. If your soundtrack of life has a few of these classics in it then you are in for a good ‘moon-stomping’ night out: Gangsters, Sally Brown, Tears of a Clown. Rat Race, Baggy Trousers, Pig Bag, Message to you Rudy, Ska Train, Town Called Malice, Red Red Wine, This Is Ska, 3 Little Birds, Nightboat to Cairo, Rat Race, Pressure Drop to name but a few.

The last time the band visited Esquires the show sold out in advance, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Sunday 10 March 2024

Dance music:  Retro Vibes
The Cellar Bar @ 3pm – 7pm
Free entry

Fancy dancing along to some 80’s/90’s retro bangers on a Sunday afternoon? Have a few drinks, party hard and still make it home at a reasonable hour? On the second Sunday of every month, the Cellar Bar will be transporting you back in time to an 80’s retro nightclub where night and day become one.

Come as you are, or get into the vibe with some 80s and 90s-themed outfits. The party starts at 3pm until 7pm and entry is free.

Sunday 10 March 2024

Comedy: Jo Caulfield: Here Comes Trouble
The Quarry Theatre @ 7.30pm
Tickets: £18

Voted ‘Comedians’ Comedian of The Year 2022’, Jo Caulfield is “quite simply, a damn funny woman.” (The Guardian) Jo has appeared on Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You, The John Bishop Show, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, The Royal Variety Performance, and Richard Osman’s House of Games. 

Nominated as “the best female Stand Up in the country” (Chortle) and “one of the Top 100 Comedians” (Channel 4), Jo is a regular on Radio 4 and a returning guest on Breaking The News. Jo’s first book, “The Funny Thing About Death” was published in August 2023.

At the Higgins Bedford

Exhibition: Edward Bawden & Me
The Higgins Bedford until
Free entry

Sussex Lustreware are among the featured artists at the Edward Bawden & Me exhibition at the Higgins from 17 February. Image: The Higgins Bedford
Sussex Lustreware are among the featured artists at the Edward Bawden & Me exhibition at the Higgins from 17 February. Image: The Higgins Bedford

Brand new work by some of the biggest names in contemporary British art, illustration and textiles are on display at an exhibition at the Higgins Bedford in celebration of the work of one of Britain’s most inventive and influential artists

Entitled Edward Bawden & Me, the exhibition has been curated by Bawden’s good friend, illustrator and printmaker, Chris Brown and also features work by local artists’ collective, the Circus of Illustration.

Read: Star-studded new Edward Bawden exhibition opens at the Higgins Bedford

You can also read the full article in the February issue of The Bedford Clanger.

Exhibition: On The Wings of a Wire Bird
Higgins Bedford
Free entry

Artist Sophie Gresswell with one of the pieces from her new exhibition at the Higgins Bedford. Image: Bedford Borough Council
Artist Sophie Gresswell with one of the pieces from her new exhibition at the Higgins Bedford. Image: Bedford Borough Council

A new exhibition in the Higgins’ Sir William Harpur Gallery is the result of a year-long journey that has taken artist, Sophie Gresswell, from Luton to the island of St Helena and finally to Bedford.

On the Wings of a Wire Bird opened on Saturday, 3 February and weaves together the threads of empire, destruction, survival, and the enduring impact of Commonwealth heritage on the British identity.

Read: Local artist explores “rich thread of mixed heritage” in new exhibition at The Higgins Bedford

At the Panacea Museum

Exhibition: ‘Panacea: A Cure for All Ills’
Thursday – Sunday @ 10am – 4pm
Free entry

Free healing. Image: Panacea Museum

The current exhibition at the fascinating Panacea Museum explores the ministry which gave the Panacea Society its name.

Originally titled ‘The Community of the Holy Ghost’, their more famous name came later, connected with their international Healing offer. The Society sent out linen squares, blessed by their leader Octavia, these were placed in water to make a therapeutic elixir.  

This exhibition explains the origins of the Healing, how it became so well-known, and why it finally ended.
Entry to the museum and exhibition is free. More information about visiting the museum can be found on their website here.

Every Thursday

Cocktails, Quiz Night & Karaoke
The Cellar Bar from 5.00pm

Pit your wits against The Cellar Bar’s resident quizmaster to see if you can win the jackpot every Thursday from 8pm. £2 per person entry and a maximum of six per team. The winning team will win the jackpot PLUS a round of shots. Followed by Karaoke til close

Every Saturday

Food & drink: Cocktail mixology masterclass
The Cellar Bar @ 3pm / doors open at 12 noon
£30 per person

The Cellar Bar’s resident mixologist, Marley, will explain how to create some outstanding cocktails for your tasting enjoyment. Then, it’s your turn to put what you’ve learned into practice by making (and drinking) three cocktails!

Every Sunday

Live Music: Open Mic Night
The Cellar Bar @ 7.30pm
Free Entry

Guitar, open mic night

Every Sunday, join Mat Roberts for the Cellar Bar’s weekly Open Mic night. An opportunity for new and experienced performers to get up on stage and perform.

So whether you think you are the next Tom Grennan or just want a good night of entertainment, head the to Cellar Bar from 7.30pm.

Theatre highlights by Paula Walker

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