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 If they've not updated their event here it may be out of date, so please check the organiser’s website or social media for up-to-date information and any activity they may be doing online.

You can also find out about online activities at our What's ONLINE page.

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Dacorum Creatives

Thu 03 to Sat 26 Sep 2020 (3 weeks)

Dacorum Creatives

The HVA Dacorum artists are thrilled to invite you to their Open Studios exhibition this September. We will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday throughout September. Come and see a wide variety of incredible ar.....Read more

Online Latin for Beginners (part 2)

Thu 17 Sep to Thu 15 Oct 2020 (1 month)

Online Latin for Beginners (part 2)

Following the popular Online Latin for Beginners course earlier this year, Clare Harvey leads a continuation of this course online. If you are a complete beginner and would still like to join, please get in touch and we .....Read more

‘In the Beginning’: Genesis 1-11

Wed 23 Sep to Wed 21 Oct 2020 (1 month)

‘In the Beginning’: Genesis 1-11

An online 5-week course. The opening chapters of Genesis contain very familiar stories: Creation, Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, Cain and Abel, Noah and the Flood, the Tower of Babel. These are a puzzle: how l.....Read more

Introduction to Church History

Thu 24 Sep to Thu 10 Dec 2020 (3 months)

Introduction to Church History

Explore the history of the Church in this 10-week introductory course. This course covers the history of the Christian Church in a broadly chronological manner. Each of the sessions will focus on a particular period of.....Read more

Just John: Tales of Archbishop John Habgood

Wed 30 Sep 2020

Just John: Tales of Archbishop John Habgood

Join Bishop David Wilbourne for a joyous evening as he shares tales from his biography of the inimitable former Archbishop of York, John Habgood. John Habgood (1927-2019) was Archbishop of York from 1983-1995, and prior.....Read more

Julian of Norwich and Ecological Consciousness

Tue 06 Oct 2020

Julian of Norwich and Ecological Consciousness

Leave the beholdyng of a wrech that it was schewde to, and myghtely, wysely and mekely behold god… he shall … make you to take it more ghostely and more sweetly then I can or may tell it. Fourteenth-century mystic Jul.....Read more

Emperor Diocletian, Early Christianity and St Alban

Tue 03 Nov 2020

Emperor Diocletian, Early Christianity and St Alban

The Roman Emperor Diocletian (CE: 22 December 244 – 3 December 311) is infamous for his persecution of early Christians (CE:303-311). What were the reasons for this attack upon the nascent Christian Church; what did he .....Read more

Christian Radicalism and the Hope of a World Transformed

Wed 04 Nov to Wed 02 Dec 2020 (1 month)

Christian Radicalism and the Hope of a World Transformed

Behold, I am doing a new thing, now it springs forth, do you not perceive it.” Isaiah 43. 18-19 The call of God has through the ages led men and women to change the direction of their lives completely, enthused by the.....Read more

The Impact of the US Presidential Elections on the Holy Land

Thu 12 Nov 2020

The Impact of the US Presidential Elections on the Holy Land

What will the US Presidential election result mean for Israelis and Palestinians, and for peace with justice in the Holy Land? The US will always be the key ally of Israel. Under President Trump, US policy has been over.....Read more

Women and the Tower of London

Wed 18 Nov 2020

Women and the Tower of London

Join us as we welcome back historian and author Lauren Johnson to help us discover more about the lives of women and the Tower of London. More information to follow. Lauren has previously joined us for talks on ‘Magna.....Read more

Lonely Sits the City - The Book of Ékhah! (Lamentations)

Tue 24 Nov 2020

Lonely Sits the City - The Book of Ékhah! (Lamentations)

Join Rabbi Adam for a look at the language of lament in the book of Éikhah! (Lamentations) and the rabbinic commentaries on it. We'll consider how tragedy is processed through Jewish history and rabbinic interpretation .....Read more

Royal Witches in St Albans

Thu 03 Dec 2020

Royal Witches in St Albans

Buried in St Alban's shrine in our Cathedral lies our only confirmed royal resident, Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (d. 1447). A prince of England who was once heir to the throne, he met a sad end after his beloved wife wa.....Read more

Thomas Becket: His Portrayal Through Time

Wed 16 Dec 2020

Thomas Becket: His Portrayal Through Time

Join us to mark the 850th anniversary of the death of St Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 until his murder at the hands of King Henry II’s men in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170. His image is emblazoned .....Read more

Enrich Online Festival 2020

Sat 05 to Sun 06 Sep 2020 (2 days)

Enrich Online Festival 2020

Herts Inclusive Theatre's Enrich Festival is a weekend event, normally held in Watford, created to give space and visibility to amateur and professional artists with learning disabilities, break down social barriers and .....Read more

Royston Arts Festival 2020

Fri 18 to Sun 27 Sep 2020 (1 week)

Royston Arts Festival 2020

This year's arts festival will be an 'online' affair owing to the Covid-19 situation. We will still have a number of the familiar events onine but will also be taking the opportunity to introduce a number of new ideas wh.....Read more

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