St Albans entertainment venue The Alban Arena has closed its doors while the country battles the coronavirus pandemic.
Adrenaline junkies can satisfy their celluloid fix at a thrilling night of short adventure films in St Albans.
A tribute concert to The Boss that was Born to Run will celebrate the music of Bruce Springsteen in St Albans.
A tribute to the music of ELO and Jeff Lynne will bring a touch of Mr Blue Sky to St Albans.
A macabre circus show is coming to the St Albans stage as part of its 25th anniversary tour.
A rip-roaring comedy music show with a splendiferous injection of Big Band swing is coming to St Albans.
Rock on! Fancy appearing in Queen inspired musical We Will Rock You?
The star of hit BBC sitcom Count Arthur Strong brings his latest tour to St Albans next week.
A SAS hero and bodyguard to stars such as Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise will be talking about his life and career at The Alban Arena in St Albans.
Tickets go on sale today for comedian Jason Manford’s Like Me tour, which includes a date in St Albans.
Cast members of St Albans pantomime Sleeping Beauty are up for two industry awards.
Spurs legend and former England football manager Glenn Hoddle will be talking about his illustrious career in St Albans next week.
A concert tour celebrating the magical music of Burt Bacharach is coming to St Albans this weekend.
Enjoy One Night of Queen in a show that will rock you.
Fresh from leading the BAFTA nominations, catch global smash hit movie Joker on screen in St Albans.
Alongside a steaming glass of mulled wine in The Boot, a turkey dinner at the Fighting Cocks and carols on the hour in the Abbey, Christmas in St Albans really isn’t complete without a visit to the Arena’s annual panto.
Tickets have already gone on sale for next year’s St Albans pantomime at The Alban Arena.
Comedian and Death in Paradise actor Ardal O’Hanlon will swap the exotic island of Saint-Marie in the Caribbean for St Albans this weekend.
Alexander Armstrong, the host of BBC game show Pointless, brings his debut stand-up tour to St Albans this week.
Acclaimed folk and roots duo Show of Hands will be appearing live in St Albans this week – as a four-piece.
Singer Toyah Willcox will be appearing live in concert in St Albans next week.
Cheers! A festival for lovers of gin and Prosecco is coming to St Albans next month.
Chart-topping You To Me Are Everything British soul, funk and dance group The Real Thing are coming to St Albans.
American folk-rock duo Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel recorded some of the most memorable hits of the 60s and 70s.
Classic Motown hits will be performed by a former member of The Drifters in St Albans.
Pay your respects to the heroes of D-Day at a choir’s concert.
Get ready to do the Time Warp at St Albans Film Festival’s launch day at The Alban Arena.
A show featuring the biggest hits of Phil Collins, Genesis, Mike & the Mechanics and Peter Gabriel is coming to St Albans.
Former Strictly finalist and S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens will reach for the stars when she returns to the St Albans stage later this year in a groovy new dance show.
A quality line-up of stand-up comedians will have the audience in stitches in St Albans at June’s Live at The Alban Arena night.
Roll over Beethoven, because the greatest tribute to Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra is coming to St Albans.
An all-singing, all-dancing comedy set in a department store will be bringing the Menopause to St Albans.
A tribute to one of the greatest rock bands of all time can be seen on stage in St Albans.
The real-life tale of a group of singing fishermen from Cornwall can be seen on the big screen in St Albans.
Original rock ‘n’ roll star Marty Wilde will perform in St Albans as part of his 80th birthday tour.
A Have I Got News For You regular will be improvising with his comedy mates in St Albans.
Madeleine Burton reviews St Albans Musical Theatre Company’s production of Our House at The Alban Arena.
There was national pantomime success for St Albans at the industry’s awards night – oh yes there was!
Put on your Baggy Trousers and head over to the House of Fun for Madness musical Our House in St Albans this week.
The main cast members of this year’s St Albans pantomime Sleeping Beauty have been announced.
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved dragon Zog can be seen live on stage in St Albans during the Easter holiday.