A structured history of bras – as well as a more intimate understanding of undergarments – awaits those who attend a talk by ‘The Knicker Lady’ this Spring.
Performers from an amateur musical theatre company were out in force last Saturday for the launch of their new production in Saffron Walden market square.
Reality TV collides with period drama Downton Abbey in this brilliant new parody coming to Bishop’s Stortford.
Fans of singing sensation Katherine Jenkins are being offered the chance to meet the star when she brings her 21-date UK tour to Cambridge.
Cue the screaming teenage girls as the next best thing to the world’s biggest boy band will be performing live in Chelmsford.
Peter Pan, the swashbuckling family pantomime, has landed in Chelmsford this winter as the panto season kicks off in style.
Have yourself a very swinging Christmas by feasting on an array of jazz movie classics this festive season, performed by the town’s favourite jazz singer Joanna Eden.
A charity quiz night is being held in aid of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign tonight (Tuesday).
With the festive season fast approaching, Audley End House and Gardens is giving people the chance to celebrate Christmas the Victorian way.
Star violinist Nicola Benedetti has added a second date at Saffron Hall following a huge demand for tickets.
TV funnyman Alan Carr is appearing at Saffron Walden Town Hall next month as part of a warm up for his 2015 UK tour.
Here is a round-up of some of the fireworks displays in and around Uttlesford...
History was made at Saffron Hall as singers from across the globe were invited to take part in the first ever opera hosted at the multi-million pound auditorium.
What do you get when you mix a Seattle comic, a cheeky Geordie, a deadpan satirist and a quick-witted compere?
When 18-year-old Chris Newton left his Chrishall home seven years ago, mother Glenys had no idea that some of her most testing parenting years lay ahead.
The curtain opens on Saffron Hall’s eagerly-anticipated 2014/15 season when the powerful forces of the London Philharmonic Orchestra come to town.
The final young support act to appear at the Blues & Rock Weekender is...Shaun Colwill.
Blind Summit follow Mortal Tides on the Saturday night of the Saffron Walden Blues & Rock Weekender double-header.
Carrying on the family affair, brothers Noah and Jed Bevington make up half of Mortal Tides, who play at the Blues & Rock Weekender on Saturday night.
A father and his two daughters will be taking to the stage on Saturday night as the Blues & Rock Weekender continues with The Hooligans.