Not much needs to be said about this institution of film which we are absolutely blessed to have in our county.
Head to www.borderlinesfilmfestival.co.uk or pick up a programme to see the full listings and fringe events.
Students from Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma Art & Design at Hereford College of Arts have been working at Berrington Hall, near Leominster, for the last few months to produce an exhibition of work which reflects their take on life at the National Trust house and grounds.
Recently opened and locally crowdfunded ceramics studio, CUP, is opening it's doors to the public to encourage people to get their hands stuck in to some clay.
It’s okay if it’s your first time, or you’re a seasoned professional.
A relaxed, multi-media, untutored but well-structured life drawing session, with the bonus of being able to draw one of the models throughout her pregnancy.
Just £10 for two hours, and you can buy a big roll of paper on the night or bring your own materials. Takes place every Tuesday in March (5th, 12th, 19th).
A discussion and presentation night introducing some new mental health and wellbeing businesses available in Hereford.
“Brick History is a journey through pivotal moments in world history, modelled in LEGO® bricks by Warren Elsmore and his team of artists. Forget dry lists of kings or endless battles – this is history brought to life at a relatable, human level, featuring key figures from Mozart to Martin Luther King, scientific discoveries from the Big Bang to DNA, and recent history from mobile phones to the moon landings.
"Enjoy the LEGO models, from tiny recreations of Concorde and Titanic that would sit in your hand, to an impressive 1.5m square castle bustling with activity in periods of both peace and war.”
Elspeth Ann and Tom Rees are two Herefordshire-based musicians who have been on the radar for a few years now. They’re holding a live performance of their new project album at the local and belovedly independent Firefly bar on March 15, with support from Hereford goth-folk go-hard Caddisfly.
Entry is free, but be nice and bring some donation pennies to help feed some of our best local produce(rs). Starts at 9pm.
After the last two evenings sold out The Bookshop have released another date for this culinary tour through Bookshop chef Tom Lynch’s love of India.
Tickets available online through The Bookshop website.
Spend three and a half hours being guided through the Weir Garden’s edible bounty, with a talk on foraging and a communal lunch made from your hard earned produce.
On the eve of the final decision on Brexit, Barbar Cafe in Union Street, Hereford, is holding a party to celebrate and commiserate to the sounds of Last Tree Squad in their cafe garden, followed by reggae and hip hop DJs into the night in the bar.
The Kaleido DJs and their Funktion One soundsystem take over the brewery for their first party of the year. And it's free.
Running from 4pm - 11pm at the very cool, very metallic microbrewery and taphouse on the edge of Hereford, Wobbly Brewery.