Film season at Rhodes…

DID you miss some of the blockbuster films at your usual cinema? Then come along to the cinema at Rhodes where you can enjoy a drink and some nibbles in our Theatre Lounge before settling down to watch the film.

Demands for ambulances in Harlow continues to rise

NEW figures have revealed the scale of the demand facing the region’s ambulance service following a 21% increase in emergency calls.
The busy start to 2016 continued for the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) in March, which received more than 98,000 calls – 18,000 more than March 2015.

Harlow Chorus set for 40th anniversary concert

EXIT PURSUED BY A HIPPOPOTAMUS! This is not a stage direction for Harlow Chorus’ 40th Anniversary concert at Chelmsford Cathedral on 16th April ay 7.00pm, but a ‘moment’ in the life of composer David Fanshawe who inadvertently hit a hippo on the head with a canoe paddle during his journeys across Arabia and Africa collecting music for African Sanctus.

Strictly Harlow Playhouse….

STRICTLY Come Dancing favourites Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe will perform a dance showcase spectacular designed to dazzle and wow you. The pro-pairing are best known for their high intensity performances on the hit BBC show and have become family favourites as they push the boundaries of dance to bring the best out of their celebrity couples.

Review: Lady In The Van by The Heath Players

THE problem with taking on a smash film and a cracking script is that you are now performing without the aid of a safety net. However, the Heath Players are no doubt a fearless bunch and have produced a remarkable production of Alan Bennett’s tale of a disturbed lady who takes up residence in a van in the front of this Camden house between 1974 and 1989.

Tories slam Harlow Health Centre Trust over Prentice Place

PROPOSALS for the completion of Prentice Place in Potter Street have been passed by the ruling Labour cabinet at Harlow Council.
But in the last meeting of the civic year, before the councillors go off to fight local elections, the Conservative opposition had some stern words for the
Harlow Health Centre Trust.

Come and join the Silver Swans

BALLET classes have opened in Sawbridgeworth and Bishops Stortford: Ballet for the retired. They have now been running for eight weeks and are increasing in numbers each week. They will be opening a class in Harlow on April 26th at the Womens Inditute Hall 1.30pm -2.30pm.

Kidd Caru to open its doors to parents

KIDDI Caru’s Harlow day nursery will be opening its doors to parents on Saturday 16th April and inviting them to experience the nursery’s varied activities – including Music & Movement, sensory playdough and ‘cooking’ in its outdoor mud kitchen – first hand.