Spotlight Events in Hitchin
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Hitchin is a market town in England that was voted one of the top 10 places to live in the UK by "The Times". This family-oriented area has numerous events that parents can enjoy with their kids, from jewellery parties to parades. The Hitchin Rugby Club promotes the sport to folks of all ages and hosts many different events each year, and residents also enjoy the reflexology seminars and yoga classes offered from time to time.

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The Murders in the Rue Morgue
  • Saturday 28th November - Until Tuesday 5th January
A dark and foreboding tale from the pen of Edgar Allan Poe which is regarded as one of the original detective stories and an inspiration for Sherlock Holmes. View event
Meet Santa Online
  • Tuesday 1st December - Until Thursday 24th December
This year, we have teamed up with Santa and arranged for him to meet everyone through our amazing online interactive Grotto with state of the art broadcasting technology relayed on the Zoom platform. Not... View event
Women In Business Networking - Hitchin
This monthly meeting of business women is for support, motivation and of course to get more business. View event
Down Old Memory Lane
  • Friday 11th December 7:30pm until 8:30pm
Join us Live Online at AMA Theatre Co. to re-live those Good Old Days of Entertainment on Friday 11th December at 7.30 pm. View event
Meditation at the Schoolyard
Join us in the Schoolyard at the British Schools Museum View event
Aladdin Pantomime
  • Saturday 26th December 7:00pm until 8:00pm
Christmas would not be the same without pantomime and this Christmas is no exception. Many pantomime shows this year have sadly been cancelled but you can still join in with fun on Boxing Day with Aladdin. View event
Talking Francis
  • Thursday 7th January 8:30pm until 9:30pm
One of the all time greats of British Comedy fondly remembered for his famous catchphrases such as "Ooh Missus," or "Titter ye not," or "Nay, nay and thrice nay." View event