JAMES Phelan presents his unique magical prank show that is both jaw-dropping and laugh out loud funny. A night of light entertainment described as extraordinary in The Mirror and legendary by The Sun.
A VERY special session is scheduled for Saturday (23rd February) when John Petters presents “Hoagy, Bix & Bing” at the ARC, St John’s Arts Centre, St John’s Walk, Market St, Old Harlow CM17 0AJ.
THE date for this year’s Harlow Carnival has been agreed and it will take place on Sunday 30 June 2019.
THE SHORT lives of brothers, Percy and William Samuel, read out by Harlow Council’s Paul Keen.
THINK indoor and outdoor seating for 680 people, plus vibrant food and drinks pop-ups; all next to brand-new exciting leisure and social entertainment…That’s The Hall! Lakeside’s hottest street-food vibe. The Hall is the brand new out-of-town concept from Market Halls, who have two major central London sites in Fulham and Victoria redefining the British concept […]
IF you are looking for somewhere to take the family this February half-term why not find out more about Harlow’s history and visit the beautiful Harlow Museum & Gardens just off Muskham Road?
A HARLOW sixth-former is taking on a sky-dive for a very worthy cause.
Make a Will Week in support of Accuro 2019 FROM 11th – 16th March, Longmores Solicitors and Baxter Harries are each offering a free will writing service in exchange for a donation to Accuro (Care Services), a local charity supporting people with disabilities in West Essex. This will be an opportunity for residents to make […]
LOOK out for pop-up performances involving drama, humour, sculpture and dance. The project will be exploring issues of conflict between minorities/majorities- who has the power and how does this shape our stories?
GRATNELLS is the latest company to be awarded the prestigious Manufacturing Guild Mark from The Furniture Makers’ Company after successfully passing the rigorous independent audit.
A CHARITY night called the Not The Royal Variety Show raised hundreds for a local Harlow cause. Hosted by Clare Harrison McCartney, the night at Burnt Mill Social Club ranged from the eccentric to the ridiculous to the fabulous. There was laughter and tears as the musical acts took the audience on an emotional journey […]
EVERY week, we will be showcasing the properties estate agents Howick and Brooker have for sale and for rent.
LOCAL fine artist Jack Freeman, recently stopped by Passmores Academy to hold an interactive portraiture session for pupils and staff. Jack demonstrated the techniques and styles that he most often uses within his portraiture work as well as his use of charcoal as his material of choice.
SHOWING the humorous side, Liz and Kirsten’s previous exhibition in 2016 “Silver Fish and Vermin” looked at the subject of creatures normally rejected and seen with distain. They took this show to Hastings after its successful debut at Parndon Mill. Now they have decided to examine “Goodness” similarly, in all its connotations from angelic and heroic to shocking and possibly stomach churning.
International Women’s Day exhibition at Gatehouse Arts. Full details on poster.
THE short life of Harlow resident, Harry Bird, as read out by David Baker.
A HIGHLY energetic tribute show that follows in the footsteps of the award winning girl band, Little Mix.
USING social media for some small business can be hard, even large ones struggle. For this week’s blog, I’m going to write about how to devise a social media strategy that will be the best for your brand/business/organisation.
GIRLS are putting their best foot forward and reaching their goals in sport.
JANUARY doesn’t start in January. It actually starts in February. How can January possibly start in January when you still have half of Christmas laying around?
LAST weekend, YH went down to The Hare pub to interview Cherry and Peesh. Cherry is a Harlow-based poet who as well scoring solo also works with Newcastle-based Peesh.
THE work of four former Harlow College students is on display at Princess Alexandra Hospital. An evening celebrating their work was held at the hospital. We will put on a news item reflecting the evening but for now here are our interviews with the four artists. Student: Adina Frunza is applying to study illustration Artwork […]
THE SHORT life of Harlow man, George Henry Denham, as read out by Passmores Academy student, Zoe.
WOMEN and girls enjoyed a fitness-filled day at Harlow’s ‘Women Like Us Festival’ which returned due to popular demand following last year’s successful debut.