Exciting, in every senseWe’ve got a breadth of performances, activities and events to excite every passion and awaken every sense.
For your eyes and ears, you’ll find a host of regular performance art including music, comedy and theatre. If you prefer something more hands-on try an arts and crafts session - such as a potters wheel workshop. Our many country gardens will give your sense of smell a floral treat. Then there’s the Flavours of Herefordshire Festival which really is the icing on the cake for foodies.
You can find out what’s happening, when and where, during your stay by searching our What’s On calendar.
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What could be better than a super breakfast on a cold winter’s day? Come and join us in the 3rd Ledbury Big Breakfast taking place in and around Ledbury, Herefordshire on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st January – through both mornings from 8.30am. All kinds of breakfasts will be on offer from the lightest fruit and cereals to the heartiest Herefordshire breakfast. You can eat in the warmth of one of our cafés or hotels, or visit our butchers or…Find out more »
Vittorio Grigolo and Matthew Polenzani take turns playing the tortured poet and unwitting adventurer of the title. The roles of the three heroines are shared by an impressive lineup of singing actresses, including Hibla Gerzmava, Susanna Phillips, Erin Morley, Audrey Luna, Christine Rice, and Elena Maximova. Thomas Hampson sings the Four Villains, and James Levine and Yves Abel conduct Offenbach’s sparkling score. 226 minsFind out more »
Celebrated Americana band, The Open Secrets, have recently been selling out shows from Abergavenny to Bristol with their nuanced and fascinating interpretations of Dylan’s work. With an emotional intensity that is all their own, the Open Secrets will take you through both Dylan’s best-loved songs and rarer gems. This evening will prove an absolute delight to devoted Dylan fans and strangers alike.Find out more »
The maestro of feel-good comedy is back on tour with his new show. Fresh from sell-out tours of Australia and New Zealand, as heard on BBC Radio 4 Life: An Idiot’s Guide and What Does the K Stand For? ‘It was all fabulous. But it was when riffing with the audience that Amos truly excelled. With a packed venue ready on his side, Amos drew people into his routines; his finely honed sensibility turned innocent remarks into comedy gold’- Herald…Find out more »
Computers 4 Africa provides a simple solution for the disposing of your redundant working PC. Your computer could be reused giving someone else a better way of life, better education and better opportunities. Our charity encourages the local community to drop off their unwanted working computers, laptops, keyboards, flatscreen monitors and other PC accessories at our local appeal. We will be in your area soon at the Former Dunelm, Unit 3, Salmon Retail Park, 36 Holmer Road, Hereford, HR4 9SB…Find out more »
Would you know what to do if your loved one suffered a life threatening emergency? If not book a place now at a:- FREE Two Hour Heartstart Course (CPR etc) At Staunton-on-Wye Village Hall Tuesday 3rd February 7pm to 9pm Booking essential, to book your place call Barbara Arthur on 01981 500 567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You will learn how to:- call for help, help someone who is unconscious, recognise the warning signs of a heart attack, deal with choking…Find out more »
The Conquest Theatre is taking part in the Deaf 4 Day campaign initiated by the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and showing the classic Buster Keaton silent movie ‘The General’ to help raise money for this charity. The evening will begin with a presentation from a Hearing Dogs for Deaf People volunteer on Deaf Awareness before the film is shown. Johnnie loves two things: his train and the lovely Annabelle Lee. When the Civil War breaks out he enlists…Find out more »
We are teaming up with The Bank House Hotel to host a Ladies Indulgence Day on February 5th 12.00pm-7.00pm and we would love you to be there.
With lots to offer including Honey I Shrunk, La Sultane De Saba Gold Facial and C.A.C.I. demonstrations. There will also be one-to-one Jane Iredale hourly makeover sessions and much more.
Free prize draw on entry – Overnight stay with breakfast for two people in a luxurious executive bedroom or £100 Cecily’s voucher.
Tickets are free so just call us at Cecily’s to book or alternatively The Bank House.
Look forward to seeing you there.Find out more »
Set in the summer of 1984 – Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is on strike. At the Gay Pride March in London, a group of gay and lesbian activists decides to raise money to support the families of the striking miners. But there is a problem. The Union seems embarrassed to receive their support. But the activists are not deterred. They decide to ignore the Union and go direct to the miners. They…Find out more »
All welcome at this popular FREE event for experienced and novice growers. Bring seeds and plants to swap – or come without if this is your first year – full details on our website. Stalls, tool sharpening and children’s activities – food available in the cafe. Please tell your friends and ‘like’ and share our Facebook page: Herefordshire Seed SwapFind out more »
Fresh off a major UK tour with the illustrious Cate le Bon, H Hawkline and band will perform songs from new album, ‘In The Pink Of Condition’. Hawkline is referring to this new album as ‘strange pop, informed by Richard Brautigan and Paul McCartney’s Ram, with Cate Le Bon handling production duties in Los Angeles. Having recently signed to the influential Heavenly Recordings (Beth Orton, Doves, Edwyn Collins), H Hawkline is definitely one to watch. ‘wiry post-punk bearing some fine…Find out more »
Meet new local author, Deane Saunders-Stowe, at the release of his first futuristic science fiction novel, Synthesis:Weave. “A tsunami on a space station. An explosion with no trace of the bomber. Sebastian knows evidence doesn’t magically disappear, yet when he and disabled ex-marine Aryx travel the galaxy to find the cause, there seems to be no other explanation. Can he unravel the mystery before his family, home, and an entire race succumbs to an ancient foe?” With locations based on…Find out more »
Summer 1914. In order to dedicate themselves to a life of study, the King and his friends take an oath to avoid the company of women for three years. No sooner have they made their idealistic pledge than the Princess of France and her ladies-in-waiting arrive, presenting the men with a severe test of their high-minded resolve. Shakespeare’s sparkling comedy delights in championing and then unraveling an unrealistic vow, and mischievously suggesting that the study of the opposite sex is…Find out more »
Formed by Belfast born five-string banjo player Pat McGarvey in 2006 and taking their name from the groundbreaking multi-racial union of sharecroppers and non-landowning tenant farmers founded in Arkansas in the 1930’s (the Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union), the Edinburgh-based Southern Tenant Folk Union are now one of the most highly rated folk and bluegrass outfits in the UK today. Their 6th album ‘The Chuck Norris Project’ is to be launched in January 2015 with shows at Scottish Storytelling Centre Edinburgh,…Find out more »
Bromyard’s version of the long-running British game show with two teams of Bromyard ‘celebrity’ contestants. The ultimate word game where the teams take it in turn to provide three definitions of an obscure word, only one of which is correct. Includes a light supper. Proceeds to the Mayor’s CharitiesFind out more »