What's On: January 2020

Saturday 4 January 1 day only

Event:Stay and Play at Hertford Museum
Details: Saturday 4th January 2020 10am - 4.30pm
Drop in and play with some traditional toys and get hands on with a family craft activity.
Its Free! Donations welcome!
Venue:Hertford Museum
Contact:Ruth Hursey

Saturday 18 January 1 day only

Event:Little Berkhamsted & Bayford Memory Day
Details: Saturday 18th January 10.30am-12.30pm
At Little Berkhamsted Village Hall, Church Road SG13 8LY
Drop in for tea and cake, share your memories of these wonderful East Herts villages and help us prepare for our Spring exhibition!
Its free!
Venue:Hertford Museum
Contact:Ruth Hursey

Saturday 25 January 1 day only

Event:Picture This! Hertford Museum Image Library Launch
Details: Saturday 25th January, 3 - 5 pm
After 5 years of fundraising and 2 years of development, the Picture This! project is almost complete and we will be launching our brilliant new image library at the museum. Over 10,000 images have already been loaded and we will be adding more soon. You can browse for free and purchase prints to display at home.
Venue:Hertford Museum
Contact:Ruth Hursey

Tuesday 28 January 1 day only

Event:Toddler Tuesday at Hertford Museum – Monster Mayhem!
Details: Tuesday 28th January 2020
10.15 - 11.30 am
Join us for crafts, singing, stories and fun in our friendly museum. £3.50 per child, including drink and snack for children. Booking essential at the museum at www.ticketsource.co.uk
Venue:Hertford Museum
Contact:Ruth Hursey

Friday 31 January

Event:Simon & Garfunkel: Through The Years
Details: Critically acclaimed as one of the worlds greatest tribute shows, Simon & Garfunkel Through The Years returns with an all new production. Featuring a live band and stunning vocal harmonies, this spectacular concert takes audiences on a journey through songs and history of Simon and Garfunkel.

The show is a celebration of the incredible rise to fame of two boys from Queens, New York who would go on to become the most successful folk-rock duo of the 1960s, selling 38million albums in the US alone and winning 10 Grammy Awards. In 1981 they performed to over half a million people in their home town of New York and in 1990 they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

One of the greatest tribute shows anywhere in the world - Stuart Cameron, BBC and ITV Broadcaster

Hear all of the hits such as The Sound of Silence, Mrs Robinson, The Boxer and the iconic Bridge Over Troubled Water in this unmissable show.

Venue:Hertford Theatre, The Wash
Contact:Hertford Theatre
Tel:01992 531 500

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