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Arts & Crafts

Berkhamsted and Tring Sewing Bee

Northchurch Social Centre, Bell Lane, 9am-12 noon. £5 payable on the day, tea, coffee, biscuits inc. Bring your own equipment and materials. Please book your place as space is limited.

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Kids

Digital Empowerment

The Home Office, Cow Lane, Tring. Wed 17 Apr and Thu 18 Apr 10am-1pm. 10 spaces for your child to take part in an exciting and engaging workshop by Samantha Hollier from Digitally Yours Group, to build their resilience online.

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Music

Sam Kelly’s Station House

Blues Bar, Tring. 8.30pm.

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Music

Love Resurrection

Court Theatre, 7pm. Well known and locally loved electronic dance music collective “‘Housemousemusic.club” with their unique blend of upbeat Balearic style, funky house and techno.

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Talks

I’m Not Really Old

Tring WI, High Street Baptist Church Hall. 7.45pm. Visitors welcome. Speaker: Hugh Grainger. Call Mo Reeley for further information.

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Film

Frantz

Berkhamsted Civic Centre, 8pm. Also 16 Apr. Non-members £5 at door. After WW1 a relationship develops between a German woman and a Frenchman. They experience complex personal conflicts with no easy answers. Dir: Francois Ozon/2016/France/Cert 12A 114min/Subtitles/B&W

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Music

Chroma Ensemble

St Peters Church, Berkhamsted, 7.30pm. CHROMA Chamber Ensemble presents Awakening, Sacred Spaces Tour. Luminous chamber music in an ancient setting.

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Arts & Crafts

Digital Photography Course

The Royal Standard of England, Forty Green, Beaconsfield, HP9 1XS. 9am-5pm. £70-80 inc refreshments and pub lunch. One-day workshop, led by professional photographer Dave Willis.

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Comedy

Mark Watson

The Court Theatre, Tring, 8pm. Also Sat 27 Apr. £18. Mark Watson performs 'The Infinite Show'. Cluster-bombed with yoghurt on 'Taskmaster', half-killed on 'Bear Grylls' Celebrity Island', Watson returns to what he's best at: being indoors.

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Fairs / Festivals

Tring Spring Fayre

A three-week festival opens with a packed programme of seasonal events and activities to get you walking, exploring and enjoying Tring in spring.

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Talks

Medieval Ceramics in British Museum

The Music Room, Berkhamsted School, Mill Street. 7.45pm. Visitors £5. AGM and talk by Dr Beverley Nenk (Curator, Medieval Collections, British Museum).

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Film

Call Me By Your Name

Berkhamsted Civic Centre, 8pm. Also 30 Apr. Non-members £5 at door. A powerful portrait of first love. Over a life-changing summer a precocious 17-year-old and a graduate student discover awakening desire. Dir: Luca Guadagnino/2017/Italy,USA Cert 15/132min

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