There’s another first for Herts Jazz Club in Welwyn Garden City this weekend. The Gradischnig/Raible Quintet plays Herts Jazz at the Garden City Cinema on Sunday night. This will be Herts Jazz’s penultimate gig at the CW Entertainment venue before moving to the Maltings Arts Theatre in St Albans next month. Featuring Herwig Gradischnig on tenor, Steve Fishwick on trumpet, Claus Raible on piano, Giorgos Antoniou on bass, and Matt Home on drums, this group has been working together since 2014.
A charity walk and fun dog show in Hatfield will help raise funds to buy a riding group a new pony. Ahead of Hatfield House opening for the new visitor season later this month, there’s a chance to walk around the historic estate with your dog – and help a good cause at the same time. The fourth Dogs and Daffs Day will take place at the Hertfordshire stately home on Sunday, March 25.
Fans of chart-topping Irish boy bands Westlife and Boyzone will be able to enjoy a St Patrick’s Day craic in Hatfield this weekend. There will be a huge St Patrick’s Day Party featuring Boyzlife at The Forum Hertfordshire at the University of Hertfordshire on Saturday, March 17. The team behind the College Lane entertainment venue’s Cheeky Wednesdays is organising the biggest St Paddy’s night in town.
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