What’s On… in Royston and Beyond The Listing What’s On guide is the most comprehensive guide in the area, helping you to plan how to spend your free time. Our online diary and printed pages are reserved for one-off events, rather than reoccurring events, meetings and classes. Click here to visit our online organisation directory for more information on our local clubs and societies.
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10.30am Coffee and Connect @ The Jolly Postie
Coffee and Connect @ The Jolly Postie
May 3 @ 10.30am – 11.30am
An informal business networking event in the centre of Royston. Held on the first Friday monthly, 10.30 – 11.30am at The Jolly Postie. Contact: 01763 887110
2.00pm Toddler Tales @ Royston Library
Toddler Tales @ Royston Library
May 3 @ 2.00pm – 2.30pm
Every Friday, 2.05 – 2.35pm, Royston Library. Toddler Tales is the perfect step on from Baby Rhyme Time, with a mix of lively stories and rhymes for you and your child to join in with. The stories chosen are aimed at toddlers and pre-school children but babies are welcome too. Sharing stories and rhymes with your child helps to develop their listening skills, language and imagination. Enjoy the stories together by sitting with your child during the session and then spend time browsing and borrowing from our extensive range of picture books. This activity is free; however we do welcome a voluntary contribution of £1 per family. www.hertfordshire.gov.uk
7.30pm Dennis Rollins’ Velocity Trio @ Cambridge Modern Jazz, Stapleford Granary
Dennis Rollins’ Velocity Trio @ Cambridge Modern Jazz, Stapleford Granary
May 3 @ 7.30pm
Dennis Rollins MBE – trombone, elec, Pedro Segundo drums/perc, Ross Stanley – organ Dennis Rollins is well-known on the British and international jazz scene and is celebrated for his versatility and muscular approach on that underrated instrument, the trombone. He first gained prominence playing with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra (NYJO), and the legendary all-black jazz big band The Jazz Warriors. Over the years he has established a reputation as an artist of excellence and has lent his unique and stylish talents to some of this country’s, and indeed the world’s, top jazz and pop personalities such as Courtney Pine, Baba Maal, Jamiroquai, US3, Brand New Heavies, and Blur. He is also a key and crowd-pleasing member of the legendary Maceo Parker’s band. £15 / £8 Under 16 www.cambridgejazz.org