BROADCASTER Steve Lamacq has a special relationship with The Square. He started his journalism career at the Harlow Citizen and has gone onto become a highly accomplished broadcaster and journalist with the BBC.
THE wonderful Harlow Steel Band entertained shoppers in the Water Gardens on Saturday afternoon.
A FREE programme designed to support young people aged 14-18 in Harlow learn valuable skills is set to run during the half-term holiday. The course has a number of engaging workshops run by experienced business owners and young entrepreneurs. Tha Tweet
THE family and friends of former councillor for Old Harlow, Muriel Jolles, attended a tree planting in her memory, following her death earlier this year. She had represented Old Harlow for twelve years until 2016 when she stood down. Her family chose a site at Garden Terrace Road to plant an almond tree, three years […]
HARLOW Playhouse and BBC Music Introducing in Essex join forces to present a very special series of live gigs, all hand-picked to nurture
Have your say in mobile libraries consultation HARLOW residents are being urged to have their say in Essex County Council’s mobile libraries consultation as the deadline nears. There are just three weeks left before the seven-week consultation closes on November 6, so people are encouraged to have their say. Cllr Sue Barker, cabinet member responsible […]
IN Private Lives strong passions and stronger personalities set the stage for a classic battle of the sexes.
The Phoenix Live Lounge is an oasis of creative joy, a lovely versatile venue with a small stage, cabaret tables adorned with candles in bottles surrounded by comfy chairs.
A DOG handler and his canine partner carried out their last paw patrol on Monday October 16, as they retired together.
HARLOW’S Eastenders star, Davood Ghadami survived a dance off to make it to the next round of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Rock n Roll Paradise is the Concert That Should Have Happened now live at The Playhouse, Harlow ROCK ‘n’ Roll Paradise, now in its eighth year, is back for 2017 with a jam-packed show in an exciting new format. The music plays the leading role as it takes audiences on a mystery rock and roll-a […]
The Premiere of: WINTER. Written by Paul Regeli. Directed by Anne Farr. A Family at war with the enemy and each other! Based on true events. In 1939, as Europe descends into war, it seems like a distant distraction compared to the bitter rivalries and jealousies that consume a large and eccentric family living in […]
RAZED Roof Theatre Group is set to win a major award. This will be the culmination of years of work that artistic director, Annette Lidster and her team have undertaken for people with learning difficulties interested in the performing arts. The company will be presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services by the Lord […]
DURING the summer the College held its annual Runway Fashion Show, showcasing the amazing collections created throughout the year by our Level 3 Fashion students, who worked on live briefs with prestigious clients such as Menswear at Debenhams and Diesel. Menswear at Debenhams The brief was to design and create a menswear garment, working with […]
IN this latest mixed bill, Artistic Director Cassa Pancho commissions bold choreography once more, blending the
BRING along your wellies a spade and your packed lunch and join the volunteer gardeners for a day of fresh air and exercise at Harlow Museum.
HARLOW runner, Kelly Burgess hopes to raise smiles, hopes and cash with a number of charity runs in 2016. Since taking up running, Kelly has impressed the running community with her enthusiasm, energy, ability snd positive mindset. But Kelly wants to use her running as a way of raising money for children. Kelly said: “I […]
ON Thursday 19th October, it’s Diwali, so I thought being a Hindu I would share this festival with you.
THE Harlow, Epping Forest & District Branch of the UK’s largest cat welfare charity, Cats Protection, is looking for a new Branch Co-ordinator and network of cat fosterers to join its team of volunteers.
HARLOW resident Jorn Johanson is 70 years old today (Oct 14th). Jorn came from Denmark to Harlow in 1987. He was one of our interviewees for our Harlow is 70 series and so, we thought that Jorn is 70, Harlow is 70 so Happy 70th Jorn! He is such a lovely man and a credit […]
THE Burnt Mill Academy Trust (BMAT) is responsible for schools in Harlow and Stansted with a reputation for transforming standards and achievements. After a year of research, the Trust is working to introduce a unique curriculum across its primary and secondary schools to prepare young people for the competitive world. The curriculum will be tailored […]
Review For All The Fires Not Yet Lit Catherine Ireton Harlow Playhouse Fri Oct 13th THIS is the third Catherine Ireton production that we have reviewed. We really loved “What It It About That Night?” and admired “Leaving Home Party” and so was very much looking forward to “For All The Fires….” Looking back, this […]
Livewire: Our Town, Our Future – a review Harlow Playhouse: Thursday October 12th. By Ian Beckett FOR an hour and a half on Thursday 12th October, Livewire community youth theatre “owned” the Playhouse. At times it felt like they owned Harlow itself and in some respects, in part, creatively, I guess they do. The young […]
FREE Fitness Event in Decathlon in Harlow this weekend. Full details on poster.