A presenter of late-night Channel 4 news and political satire The Last Leg comes to St Abans next week.
Anarchist Cook George Egg will be serving up a feast of comedy entertainment in the Hertford Theatre Studio as part of the first Hobgoblin Hertford Comedy Festival.
The inaugural Hobgoblin Hertford Comedy Festival takes place in the county town this week, with organisers hoping it will be the first of many.
Cheeky comic Rob Beckett brings his ‘Mouth Of The South’ tour to Potters Bar later this week.
Comedian Ross Noble will be riding into St Albans later this year for two dates as part of his Brain Dump tour.
For someone who frets, stresses and worries half as much as Mark Watson, the prospect of boarding a 24-hour flight with the risk that they might not be allowed to enter the country at the other end would leave that person in a fraught state.
A new garden sculpture exhibition opens at Knebworth House next week.
A must-see show for Game of Thrones fans is coming to St Albans.
Prepare for a nostalgia party extravaganza as the legendary That’ll Be The Day returns to St Albans this week.
Hundreds of British designer-makers will be at Hatfield House for Living Crafts 2016 this week.
More than 100 visitors attended the launch of the 2016 Hertford Arts Festival at Hertford Castle.