Events

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) none of the events listed on Creative Hertfordshire should be taking place unless they are online events.  Events on this website are added by artists and arts organisations themselves. If they've not updated their event here it may be out of date, so please check the organiser’s website or social media for up-to-date information and any activity they may be doing online.

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Spring Sing online

Fri 29 Jan to Fri 19 Feb 2021 (3 weeks)

Spring Sing online

SINGING AND SHARING - RELAXED ONLINE SESSIONS OF HARMONY SINGING WITH JENNY GOODMAN SPRING SING 4 sessions of songs to boost you into Spring and through lockdown. Songs of new beginnings, nature, hope and comm.....Read more

LAL!: The Spybrarian with Jon Mayhew

Tue 19 Jan 2021

LAL!: The Spybrarian with Jon Mayhew

Meet brilliant author Jon Mayhew and find out more about his brand new book, The Spybrarian. Hello! My name’s Jon and I’m an author. I love reading, writing, running, quizzes and riddles! I grew up playing in the r.....Read more

LAL!: My Hair with Hannah Lee

Tue 02 Feb 2021

LAL!: My Hair with Hannah Lee

Join author, actor and activist Hannah Lee for both an entertaining storytime and an inspiring true story. She’ll be reading her delightful picture book My Hair and talking about why we all need to see faces that look li.....Read more

Talking Zebras Zoom Sessions

Sat 16 Jan 2021

Talking Zebras Zoom Sessions

A regular on-line get together of like minded folk to read / recite or just listen to prose and poetry . The pieces may be self-penned or by some other writer. Everyone gets at least 1 -- 4 minute slot and possibly more.....Read more

Old English 2

Wed 20 Jan to Wed 24 Feb 2021 (1 month)

Old English 2

This five-week course is designed as the follow-on from our beginners' course, and will continue to introduce grammar while consolidating work undertaken in the first course. This course will have a more text-based focus.....Read more

The Origins of Western Art

Thu 21 Jan 2021

The Origins of Western Art

This talk is the first of three that will trace the development and stylistic characteristics of Western Art. The term 'Western Art' both describes the art of western Europe and is also often used as a general category .....Read more

Poetry Workshop: Connecting from Home

Thu 28 Jan 2021

Poetry Workshop: Connecting from Home

Join our Poet-in-Residence, Dan Simpson, for a creative poetry workshop, connecting you to the cathedral, the world - and yourself. Broadcasting from a hidden space in St Albans Cathedral, you'll see the building in a.....Read more

Depicting the Dead

Thu 04 Feb 2021

Depicting the Dead

How can we tell what people who lived and died centuries ago might have looked like? We are now able to look upon the face of the medieval abbot John of Wheathampstead, and have invited Professor Caroline Wilkinson, who .....Read more

Tolkien on Temptation, Temperament, and Theology

Tue 23 Feb 2021

Tolkien on Temptation, Temperament, and Theology

Are some people inherently good, and some evil? Are some characters simply helpless in the face of their flaws, or can they be overcome? Do our choices in the moment or a predetermined destiny dictate whether we will .....Read more

Science and Faith (SACT and SACT+)

Tue 23 Feb to Tue 23 Mar 2021 (1 month)

Science and Faith (SACT and SACT+)

Science and Christianity have done more to shape our understanding of the world and the way we live than any other cultural and intellectual movements. Yet together they raise profound questions. Does science demolish f.....Read more

Reading the Bible from Medieval to Modern Times

Tue 02 Mar 2021

Reading the Bible from Medieval to Modern Times

Christianity has one foundational text. However, the techniques by which Christians read the Bible vary enormously. These variations of method account for some of the historical divisions between churches. This talk wil.....Read more

Understanding Eating Disorders

Thu 04 Mar 2021

Understanding Eating Disorders

Can Christian teaching and practice aid us in understanding eating disorders? This talk, given during Eating Disorders Awareness Week, will integrate reflections on personal experience of eating disorders, contemporary .....Read more

Henry lll, Matthew Paris, and St Albans Abbey

Sat 13 Mar 2021

Henry lll, Matthew Paris, and St Albans Abbey

Join us for a joint talk hosted by the Friends and the Cathedral’s Adult Learning programme. This talk will explore Henry III's close relationship with St Albans chronicler Matthew Paris and what we can learn of the cha.....Read more

Exploring the Mystery of Christ

Thu 18 Mar 2021

Exploring the Mystery of Christ

Holy Week, starting shortly after this talk date, is the high point of the church calendar, when we are invited vividly into the contemplation of the suffering, death, and resurrection of Christ. And yet, it can also be.....Read more

Loving Angels Instead?

Thu 25 Mar 2021

Loving Angels Instead?

One in three Britons believe they have a guardian angel. One in ten reports seeing an angel. Yet the same surveys show just one in four describing themselves as religious. Have angels, traditionally God’s messengers, be.....Read more

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