What's on

Exhibitions

Gustave Moreau: The Fables

Waddesdon Manor. To 17 Oct. Gustave Moreau (1826-98) was one of the most brilliant and influential artists associated with the French Symbolist movement. This exhibition aims to display some of the most important works he ever made, unseen in public for over a century.

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Exhibitions

The Virtual Art Shop

To 31 Oct. Free online art exhibition showcasing paintings, prints, jewellery and glassware from local artists. Sales from the site raise money for the Chilterns MS Centre, a local charity supporting people living with multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Music

Mark Harrison Band

Blues Bar, Tring. 8pm.

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Film

Ashridge House Open Air Cinema

Ashridge House. Entry 5.30pm, movie 9.30/45pm. 1 Jul: Mamma Mia! 5 Jul: The Italian Job, 6 Jul: Rocketman, 7 Jul: A Star is Born.

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Music

John Verity Band

Blues Bar Tring, 8pm.

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Theatre

Twelfth Night

Open-Air Tring Memorial Park 2pm. From £15. William Shakespeare's masterpiece and most popular comedy is an amazing rounded play for actors and audience alike.

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Theatre

Atalanta Forever

The Rising Sun, George Street, Berkhamsted, HP4 2EG, 2pm. The Fight for Women's Football. A new play by Amanda Whittington which looks at the story of the pioneering women in football in 1920.

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Comedy

Sunrise Festival

Court Theatre, Pendley, Tring. To 9 Jul. £10 adult, £5 student. 1 original musical, 2 shows, 3 Directors, 4 original plays. See website for more details, dates and times.

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Theatre

A Dog’s Tale

The Rising Sun, George Street, Berkhamsted, HP4 2EG, 7.30pm. Poppy Hollman's new comedy caper which looks at canines past and present and the enduring love between people and their dogs.

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Theatre

A Dog’s Tale

Fishery Wharf Café, Fishery Road, Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1NA, 7.30pm. Poppy Hollman's new comedy caper which looks at canines past and present and the enduring love between people and their dogs.

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Theatre

Atalanta Forever

Fishery Wharf Café, Fishery Road, Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1NA, 7.30pm. The Fight for Women's Football. A new play by Amanda Whittington which looks at the story of the pioneering women in football in 1920.

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