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BRANDED ‘The Rat Pack Of Opera’, Tenors Un Limited formed in 2002 and have really made a name for themselves over the 12 years they’ve been performing. The group are currently supporting their 10th anniversary album ‘Viva La Vita’. As well as two original compositions…

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LIVING TOGETHER Thursday 8th – Saturday 10th May 2014 At MOOT HALL, THE STOW HARLOW CM20 3AG Performances 8pm Comfortable bar at club prices A spokesperson said: “The experienced hand and eye of Jon McNamara has brought innovative casting and a wealth of directorial experience.…

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THE Barron Knights are back at the Harlow Playhouse. They are a humorous pop group bound to have you laughing and dancing. After forming in 1960, The Barron Knights have built up a very impressive resume, including opening for The Beatles and Rolling Stones, and…

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IT IS one of the crowning jewels of Harlow life but of you had any doubts just look at all the shows on this weekend. Friday April 25th The World’s Worst Serial Killers 7.30pm Friday April 25th to Saturday 26th Quartet by Global Theatre Company…

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FOR THREE nights, the Harlow Theatre Company has put on two one act plays as part of the Harlow One Act festival at the Victoria Hall Theatre. The first play was Walk the Walk. Written by Andy Pragnell and directed by Tony Saxby. It told…

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By Harry Tennison So going into Harlow Ballet’s production of Snow White, I had this in the back of my mind. However no sooner was it there then it was annihilated, abolished and ignored because I loved it! The production, choreographed by Hayley Burns was…

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BLEECH + Popdad + She Crazy! Sunday 20th April. Doors 8pm. Entry £5 THIS coming Easter Sunday The Square present a special show for the Easter bank holiday weekend helping raise money for the ‘Sands’ charity. Bleech’s Humble Sky arrives barely a year after debut…

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GRAMMY-nominated singer, Stacey Kent, brings her new album, The Changing Lights, to Harlow Playhouse. The Changing Lights places Kent’s love for Brazilian music centre-stage, featuring Bossa Nova classics like How Insensitive alongside originals by the songwriting team of Jim Tomlinson and acclaimed novelist, Kazuo Ishiguro. …

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Friday 11th April- THE DEAD BETALS + Ugly Love + Young Minorities. The Dead Betas are a “Swirling storm of messy electro punk” – Kerrang! Originating in Devon they have just come back from their second UK tour with Mindless Self Indulgence and are ready…

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FRESH from his stunning appearance on Britain’s Got Talent, top comedy ventriloquist, Steve Hewlett, now embarks on a major theatre tour with his hilarious friends which comes to (Venue name) on (venue date) Steve shot to fame on last year’s BGT, winning over the public…

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ONE OF the things we have been delighted about, in our first nine months of YourHarlow, is the proliferation of artists in the town. Sone work in groups and some, like Lewis Terry, plough a solo furrow. YH went up to Longbanks to interview Lewis…

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These acts have performed all over the world at many of the world’s premier comedy clubs and festivals. Tickets are £10, advance tickets available from www.wegottickets.com – search “harlow comedy club”, or from the Churchgate Hotel. On the bill are: SULLY O’SULLIVAN: Multi award winning…

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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…