What’s happening in Hertford & Ware

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Five great events in Hertford and Ware you won’t want to miss!

Written by Amanda French (www.anoseforfood.com)

It might seem bleak in January, but luckily there are some great events taking place in Hertford and Ware during the next month or so, which will bring a smile to your face.

Cirque Enchantment

The Corn Exchange is being taken over by the official number one tribute act to Led Zeppelin, Letz Zep, on the 20 January. Enjoy hits taken from Led Zepplin’s back catalogue and a great night of live music. £13 per person. (www.hertfordcornexchange.co.uk)


Hertford Theatre is playing host to Cirque Enchantment on 27 January. This concert style cirque performance features stunning performances intersperced with live vocals and of course, amazing circus performers. A treat for adults and children from seven years old. £23 for adults and £18 concessions. (www.hertfordtheatre.com)

Ware Priory

If you are one of the many couples who got engaged over the festive period, then you’ll be pleased to hear that the Ware Priory Wedding Fayre will be taking place on Sunday 28 January. Head over to the priory to check out the venue and meet suppliers of everything from dresses, to cakes and photography. A one stop wedding shop. (www.warepriory.co.uk)

Towards the end of the month on 28 January the Hertford Symphony Orchestra present ‘All At Sea’, the Robert Kiln Concerts for Children at the Hertford Theatre. Come along in sea-themed fancy dress and enjoy audience participation at this short but enchanting concert devised to appeal to children aged 3 plus and their families. (www.hertfordtheatre.com) £8 for adults and £5 for children.

Fancy yourself as the next big thing in music, comedy and more? Then why not sign up for Ware’s annual community talent show taking place at Chauncy School on Saturday 17 February. For more information and to sign up, visit www.lovewareliveware.org

With plenty of things going on in both Hertford and Ware in 2018, there’s no need for the post Christmas blues to kick in.

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