Song & Dance in and around Bedford


March Music Highlights

Here’s our picks of live music in Bedford this month. Pilgrim’s Progress Cantata – first performance in the UK Saturday 14 March at 7pm Bunyan Meeting, Mill Street Tickets: £8/£5 This month, the Romanian Pilgrim’s Progress Cantata will be performed by The Evanghelic Choir and Orchestra joined with Emanuel University Chamber Choir. And what better…


Music Highlights in February

So much music, so little time!  Whatever your taste, there’s loads to choose from in Bedford this month. Bedford Charity Concert in aid of the homeless St Andrew’s Church, Kimbolton Road, MK40 2PF Saturday 8 February at 7.30pm Tickets: £10 via Eventbrite, or from St. Andrew’s Church Centre Office, 01234 216881 Christopher Ridley, Principal…


Best of Bedford – Mark Russell

Mark Russell came to Bedford in 1992 to study at Bedford College and hasn’t left yet. Alongside his studies, Mark began DJing in Bedford’s pubs and clubs, pioneering house nights. Mark and his family live in Bedford and his passion for music is almost equal to his passion for his adopted town. This year, Mark…


December Music Highlights

Philharmonia Cello Quartet Friday 6th December 7.30 pm Christmas Tree Festival Concert St Paul’s Church, St Paul’s Sq, Bedford, MK40 1SQ Tickets £17.50 include mulled wine and mince pie. 01234 783181 or In aid of the church and Bedford Hospital Charity & Friends.   Saturday Night Blender Christmas party Bedford Esquires Saturday 14 December from…


Clanger review: Banton live at Bedford Esquires

[photo credit: Neil McCarty) Banton performed at Esquires on Saturday 2 November, launching is new EP, Ball and Chain. Alison Taylor reviewed the gig.. Having spent much of the year performing solo on a chair due to his broken leg, it’s great to see Banton literally back on his feet, performing with his brand new…


Clanger interview: HMLTD at Esquires

This Friday 18 October, HMLTD bring their much-anticipated show to Esquires. The band’s creative output is unparalleled when it comes to new ‘guitar’ bands. With a wide range of influences ranging from glam punk to electro, with 80’s leanings, HMLTD are one of the most exciting and visceral live artists to have broken out of…

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