What’s on in St Albans

3rd April - 12th May, Creative Living Pop-up Shop

A pop-up store will open on the 3rd April until the 12th May. It will be brimming with unique and creative finds from small independends.
Christopher Place, AL3 5DQ

9th April, 6:30pm - Easter Cupcake Class with Heaven is a Cupcake

You'll will learn how to decorate 6 Easter themed cupcakes. Suitable for beginners and those who are looking to improve their skills. £35.
Unit 1, St Albans Enterprise Centre, Longspring, Porters Wood, AL3 6EN

10th-17th April: Hands on with Hepworth

Be inspired by Barbara Hepworth’s famous sculptures and drawings and, as a family, create your own crafty masterpieces to take home! £2 per child.
St Albans Museum & Gallery, St Peter's Street, AL1 3DH

13th April: The Big Clay Event

Join Dacorum and Chiltern Potters Guild for this messy, making day! Work with experienced potters and help sculpt famous St Albans buildings such as the Clock tower and the old Town Hall in clay. This free event will be held from 11am-4pm.
St Albans Museum & Gallery, St Peter's Street, AL1 3DH

13th April, 19:30: Theatre Organ Concert

Howard Beaumont will be playing at the St Albans Organ Theatre. Tickets are £12.50
320 Camp Road AL1 5PE

13th April, 2:30pm: Fishpool Street - Rags and Riches

Journey from St Michaels along Fishpool Street and take a look at the architecture of some of the 72 listed buildings which range from a manor to workmen’s cottages. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside Verulamium Museum.

14th April: St Albans Opera Theatre Opening

The Organ Theatre opens to the public on the 2nd Sunday of each month from 2.15 p.m. until 4.30 p.m. You can book in advance or pay on the door.
Prices: Adults (£7), Children 11 & under (£3), Senior (6) & Family Ticket (£15)
320 Camp Road AL1 5PE

14th April: Farmers Market

Local specialities, mouth-watering cheeses, seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh herbs, top quality meat, cakes & bread, and much more can be found at the Farmers Market.
St Peter's Street

14th April, 2:30pm: A Monastery Revealed

Find out as we walk from the town and round the cathedral precincts where once stood a mighty establishment …..before it was destroyed by Henry VIII. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

14th April, 11am: Historic St Albans - A City Revealed

Tour well known and lesser known sites of the City – hear about revolting peasants, martyrs, heretics, monasteries and monks. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

16th April: Make a Mosaic family activity

Be inspired by the wonderful mosaics on display and create your own masterpiece to take home! Make your own mosaic coaster, Easter bunny or egg with professional mosaicist, Audrey Montet. Make sure to book a session online.
Verulamium Museum, St Michael's, AL3 4SW

17th April, 11am: Wow! said the Owl

Based on the book by Tim Hopgood. Enjoy a story and then, using recycled newspapers, help make an owl to display in the library. Suitable for ages 3 to 6. Book ahead, £2 per child.

19th - 22nd April: St Albans in 2069

Use your imagination and LEGO building skills to predict how the city will look in 50 years. Build futuristic buildings and spaces fit for the residents who will live our city in 2069.
St Albans Museum & Gallery, St Peter's Street, AL1 3DH

19th April: St Albans vs East Thurrock United FC

Head to Clarence Park to support your local team in the National League South. Kick Off: 7:45pm.

19th April, 2:30pm: Coaching Inns

This fascinating walk also looks at the architecture and the people who were part of this vibrant area of St Albans. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

19th April : Clock Tower is open

St Albans' Clock Tower is the only surviving medieval town belfry in England . From the 19th April the Clock Tower will be open until September 29th for visitors. £1 for adults.

21st April, 2:30pm: Historic St Albans - A City Revealed

Tour well known and lesser known sites of the City – hear about revolting peasants, martyrs, heretics, monasteries and monks. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

21st April, 11am: Victorian St Albans

This walk takes us from the medieval to the age of steam, the railways, factories and even the pioneering days of cinema. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

21st April: Antique & Vintage Market

From 9am-3pm every third Sunday of the month you'll find the Antique & Vintage Marketing on St Peter's Street

22nd April, 11am: Historic St Albans - A City Revealed

Tour well known and lesser known sites of the City – hear about revolting peasants, martyrs, heretics, monasteries and monks. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

22nd April, 2:30pm: Historic pubs of St Albans

This walk traces the changing fortunes of many establishments – some long gone, others re-invented and those that remain virtually unchanged by time.
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

22nd April, 2:30pm: Town Hall Tours: Mayors, Magistrates & Museums

Follow a knowledgeable guide through the newly restored building and discover the fascinating functions and features of the different historic spaces inside St Albans Museum + Gallery. Tickets are free, but are limited to 15 tickets for each tour, so make sure to book in advance.
St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

23rd April, 5:15pm: Dorothy Koomson

Dorothy Koomson will be talking about her latest book ‘The Brighton Mermaid’ Suitable for ages 3 to 6. Book ahead, £7 per adult. £5.00 concs rate for under 18s and over 65s

23rd April, 6:30pm - Spring Cupcake Class with Heaven is a Cupcake

You'll will learn how to decorate 6 Spring themed cupcakes with a range of different flowers. Suitable for beginners and those who are looking to improve their skills. £35.
Unit 1, St Albans Enterprise Centre, Longspring, Porters Wood, AL3 6EN

25th April, 19:30 - Champagne and Super Tuscan Wine and Food Tasting

Two producers of fine wine will be presenting together in one fantastic evening of French bubbly and Tuscan wine. Each wine will be accompanied by locally sourced cheese, cured meats and other gourmet treats with a Franco-Italian theme. Tickets are £36.
Cellar Door Wines, London Road, Unit 1, AL1 1JB

27th April, 2:30pm: Fishpool Street - Rags and Riches

Journey from St Michaels along Fishpool Street and take a look at the architecture of some of the 72 listed buildings which range from a manor to workmen’s cottages. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside Verulamium Museum.

27th April: St Albans vs Torquay United FC

Head to Clarence Park to support your local team in the National League South. Kick Off: 3pm.

28th April, 11am: Historic St Albans - A City Revealed

Tour well known and lesser known sites of the City – hear about revolting peasants, martyrs, heretics, monasteries and monks. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

28th April: St Albans South Signal Box Open Day

Enjoy a great day out at this historic signal box in St Albans. Right by the four-track mainline station, a free-entry attraction for kids, families and railway enthusiasts of all ages.
Click to read about my visit to the South Signal box.

28th April, 2:30pm: Crime and Punishment

Murder, theft, bribery, adultery - just some of the crimes committed here in St Albans down the ages. A fascinating walk, which looks at the lives of some notorious characters in our city's history. The cost is £5 for adults, and £2 for children (5-15).
Start outside the St Albans Museum + Gallery in St Peter's Street.

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