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Thursday, February 21, 2019
Leisure

Leisure

Vibrant St Albans offers you the best of theatres, pubs, guided walks and beautiful, historic parks. Activities include local golf courses, swimming pools, tennis courts, health clubs and adventure centres for children. Whether you are a visitor or resident, this town provides endless opportunities for exploration and healthy pursuits.

Practical Philosophy Course

Discover how ancient philosophy makes sense today. An upcoming course will help show you how.........

The St. Albans half-marathon is coming….

Every year St Albans holds one of the largest charitable events in Hertfordshire, the St Albans Half Marathon. This year will be no exception.....

Friends of Verulamium Park

Local group, the Friends of Verulamium Park is doing great working in preserving and maintaining the biggest park in St. Albans

Music on the streets of St Albans!

On a crisp Saturday morning, if you wander down French Row in St Albans, you might find a bearded man wearing a cap and strumming his guitar. In front of him is a sign which reads ‘Leukemia Busters’. I wanted to find out more about this man known as Breezy…

Director of the Art Fund speaks in St. Albans

Braving difficult weather conditions, the audience of Art Fund members heard David Barrie outline the work and history of the organisation with illustrations of works ranging from a Bronze Age Dirk to an Andy Warhol.

Upcoming events at the abbey theatre

St Albans is the city where it all happens! Who needs London’s West End when we have it all here at home. In the coming months, there is a lot on offer to those who love entertainment and a few hours of escapism!

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Jim Rodford Memorial Show – Alban Arena January 20th 2019 –...

There was a real family affair at the Alban Arena on January 20th. Friends, family and fans of the late great rock musician Jim Rodford gathered at the theatre to pay tribute to a local hero. At the side of the stage under a spotlight was a poignant reminder of the musician who had died in St Albans 12 months earlier – his bass guitar and hat.