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3rd April – 11th May A JOURNEY THROUGH PAINTING An exploration of abstraction with beginnings in landscape by MARTIN WALTON complemented by ceramics by FRASER BURCHILL Martin Walton has spent over 50 years as painter, beginning as a landscape painter but over time moving to…

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By Gary Shaw THE latest production by the Moot House Players was the Oscar Wilde classic, The Importance Of Being Earnest. The Players have a local, and even international, reputation for wonderful theatrical adaptions. Their work on this production is certainly no exception. Under the…

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By Jo O’Reilly IF you’re wondering through Harlow Town centre between now and April 29th and need a little respite from the shops, you could do worse than poking your head into Gatehouse Arts new Art of Craft exhibition. With an eclectic display of work…

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JOHN Petters Swing Band will line up tonight with three superb saxophonists at St John’s ARC in Old Harlow tonight (Thursday, March 27). Australians, Steve Dagg and Karl Hird will be joined Cambridge’s premier jazzman, Andy Bowie, in what promises to be an outstanding evening…

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EXCITING opportunities for art commissions, residencies and personal development are to be unveiled on 27 March at the launch of the Essex Network of Artist Studios (ENAS). Its mission to enable Essex artists to thrive and develop through collaborative working, ENAS was conceived in 2012…

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THE headline piece for Harlow Chorus’ concert at All Saints, Hockerill in Bishop’s Stortford on 29 March at 7.30pm is contemporary composer Will Todd’s Mass in Blue, a stunning work combining Todd’s love of improvisation and jazz harmonies with the English choral tradition and Gregorian…

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X-FACTOR star showed what a good sport he was by changing the lyrics of Beyonce’s Halo to Harlow when he performed at the Harlow Playhouse on Thursday night! This was in response to PopJustice’s petition (which collected over 150 signatures in a matter of hours)…

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By Jo O’Reilly SPRING has sprung in Harlow, and comedian Ed Byrne is full of the joys of….being in his 40s. The main auditorium at The Harlow Playhouse and the local-ish, he lives just outside of Bishop Stortford, Byrne is delighting in the privileges that…

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THESE are busy times for Harlow renaissance man, Stief A Billy. Stief is mainly known for his music but these days he spends more of his time treading the boards. YH popped over to the Horn and Horseshoes in Foster Street to chat to Stieff…

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COMMISSIONED by Perth Theatre Company, It’s Dark Outside is created and performed by Arielle Gray, Chris Isaacs and Tim Watts, the creators of the internationally renowned, multi-award winning production, The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer. Joining Watts, Gray and Isaacs, is 2012 Martin…

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THIS spring The Pantaloons theatre company are touring their action-packed and delightfully inventive production of Sherlock Holmes to theatres around the country. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories of master detective Holmes and his amiable sidekick Dr Watson are enduringly popular and this new adaptation by…

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BIG-HEARTED visitors to the Harlow Pantomime gave over £3,000 to St Clare’s Hospice over the festive period. Portfolio holder for Communities, cllr Jean Clark joined Harlow Playhouse manager, Scott Ramsay, Principal of PQA Harlow, Lee Ellaway and Community fundraiser St. Clare Hospice, Rebecca Barnett in…

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02 Gimme The NightBy Hollie Rejis HARLOW folk rock band ‘The Albino Peaches’ kicking the music industry in the back with a brand new song ‘Gimmie the Night.’ The song starts off slow and then fully kicks in with in-depth lyrics from vocalist Daniel Parkin.…

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RECENT stormy weather is set to continue at the Harlow Playhouse this Easter , as audiences are picked up and blown to the magical land of Oz. Featuring all the characters we know and love, Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion will set off on…

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THE LINE-UP for the popular Link Fest concerts has been confirmed. The concerts will take place on three days over the summer: Sunday June 29th and Saturday August 23rd. Sunday 29th June Steve Forward Me and Him Echo Land Repertoire Dogs The Heaters JOANovARC Dr…

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IN HIS new tour, stand up comic Lee Hurst is travelling throughout  Britain to find out what really winds you up. Mostly people get on with living their lives, but everyone has at least one thing that pushes their button and sends them over the edge.…