Weekend What's On - Four things you can't miss in the St Albans area this weekend

Weekend What's On - Four things you can't miss in the St Albans area this weekend

Weekend What's On - Four things you can't miss in the St Albans area this weekend

First published in News by , Features Writer

Here’s your guide to the best things to do this weekend in the St Albans area.

1. Dancemania 2014 - See local talent, and guest performers from London, with dancers of  all ages showcasing street dance, hip hop and break dance to contemporary and street jazz. Abbey Theatre, Westminster Lodge Hollywell Hill, St Albans, Saturday, June 7, 7.30pm. Details: 01727 85786, abbeytheatre.org.uk  

2. An Evening of Music and Wine with the Piatti Quartet - A novel and relaxed way to enjoy the most beautiful chamber works ever written. Programme includes Beethoven, Dvoøák and Schumann.  St Saviour‘s Church, Sandpit Lane, St Albans, Saturday, June 7, 7.30pm. Details: 07789 008 160, tonywigramfestival@gmail.com  

3. Harpenden Carnival - Organised by the Harpenden Round Table and featuring live music by local schools and Rockschool, a BMX stunt show, motorbike stunt show and an aerobatics fly over display team.  Rothamsted Park, off Amenbury Lane, Harpenden, Saturday, June 7, 12:30pm to 6:00pm. Details: harpenden.roundtable.co.uk  

4. Open Garden - West House‘s garden is open for the first time in 18 years. Professionally landscaped 40 years ago it has recently been the subject of a makeover and the two thirds of an acre features woodland, herbaceous plants and more than 60 roses. West House, Bride Hall Lane, Ayot St Lawrence, Saturday, June 7, 10am - 5pm. Details: ngs.org.uk

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