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July 2011

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This month:

Have fun in July

have fun in July

Check out our complete guide to events and activities in and around St Albans during July and throughout the summer school holidays. You can also download our exclusive ‘free child’ voucher for Butterfly World.

Win tickets to Little Women

Win tickets to Little Women

Write a review before 26 July and we'll enter you into our prize draw to win two tickets to the Little Women musical at Trestle Arts Base from 18 to 20 August.

Read our new magazine

Read our new magazine
Our July issue has an interview with Eddie Izzard, competitions, discount vouchers, a full what’s on guide and much more. Pick it up from mid July at Waitrose, local venues and shops or read it online!

Visit the Gardens of the Rose

Gardens of the Rose
The Royal National Rose Society gardens are open daily from 10am-5pm until 31 July. Adults £5.

Congratulations to ‘Loki’, ‘AnnaF’ , ‘RnK’ and ‘Mrsmum’, our May reviewers who won tickets to Spirit of the Dance at the Alban Arena.

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Laughs in the Park

Win 2 VIP tickets to Laughs in the Park

See comic superstars Eddie Izzard, Ross Noble and Tommy Tiernan live in Verulamium Park on 22, 23 & 24 July. Enter our competition for 2 VIP tickets worth £350 so you can mingle with the stars at the Pimms reception, use the VIP lounge bar, have the best seats and enjoy the pre and post event parties.

 

Dom Pipkin is at Lussmanns on 10 July

 

Enjoy live music this Summer

The 26th Festival of Summer Music runs from 7 to 16 July. Highlights include performances from 4-Mality, Toby Spence, Dame Felicity Lott, Stephen Kovacevich and live jazz pianists at Lussmanns. Meanwhile, Music in the Parks continues on 17 July at Clarence Park and 31 July at Rothamsted Park (both 1.30-5pm).

Seth Lakeman is at the Alban Arena 30 June

 

Don’t miss the rest of the St Albans Festival

The final week of the festival includes music from Seth Lakeman, Rory McCleod, Stan Tracey and the St Albans Chamber Choir. There’s comedy from Allnutt & Simpson, extreme puppetry in The Table and the Festival of Life on 3 July (St Peter’s St) with free activities for all the family.

 

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