A new exhibition and pop-up shop celebrating the Arts & Crafts heritage of Letchworth will open for the festive season, located in the town’s Community Museum
Q. What do you get if you cross badminton, tennis and table tennis? A. Pickleball - the fastest growing racquet sport
Pickleball, the fastest growing racquet sport in Europe, is coming to Letchworth with a new club starting on 24 November.
A performance of Shakespeare's comedy, As You Like It, featuring local boy Adam Buchanan, comes to Broadway Theatre in November.
An exhibition of works by Gordon House (1932-2004), an artist and graphic designer influential in the British Pop Art scene and brought up in Letchworth, will go on display at the Broadway Gallery next month.
The former car park at Plinston Hall has reopened this week aimed at commuters and long stay visitors to Letchworth town centre.
Be The Best grant recipient, Leona Lee, continues racking up her gold medal count following a successful under-13's tournament in Hertfordshire.
Letchworth Garden City’s rich Arts & Crafts heritage has been brought to life in a new book by Town Historian Josh Tidy and Aimee Flack from the Garden City Collection.
A theatre performance of King Arthur, based on the book Arthur: High King of Britain written by War Horse author Michael Morpurgo, is coming to Broadway Theatre on 26 October.
A poignant story of a boxer who was also a conscientious objector comes to Broadway Theatre Letchworth later this month.
The Hunting of the Snark, a musical based on the classic poem by Alice in Wonderland creator Lewis Carroll, will be performed at the Broadway Theatre on 4 October.
Brass Eye director Michael Cummings has released a documentary featuring never before seen footage from the spoof news show.
Families are in for a treat this autumn, with a new season of stage productions suitable for all age groups at the Broadway Theatre in Letchworth.