Star violinist Nicola Benedetti has added a second date at Saffron Hall following a huge demand for tickets.
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.
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.
Also playing on the Friday night at the Blues & Rock Weekender is the enigmatic and mysterious Too Cool Kid.
In the second of our previews of the young Uttlesford musicians playing at the Blues & Rock Weekender meet Saffron Walden’s Got Talent winner Dave Vant.
First up in our preview of the young Uttlesford musicians playing at the Blues & Rock Weekender are Room C.