Throughout Baldock Festival, the Engine will be hosting a wide range of nights where you can experience different foods from around the World.
- 29th April – 1st May – Italian (Penne pasta with chicken and mushroom in a cream sauce)
- 3rd – 5th May – Spanish (Paella)
- 6th – 8th May – German (Bratwurst)
- 10th – 12th May – Thai (Thai curry)
- 13th – 15th May – Mexican (Loaded Nachos)
- 17th – 19th May – Belgian (Moules-Frites)
- 20th – 22nd May – Portuguese Peri-Peri Wings)
Food is serviced from 12 noon to 8pm Mon-Sat and 12 noon to 6pm Sun
Baldock Country Market where we make it ourselves, grow it ourselves or bake it ourselves will be back at the Victoria Public House in Sun Street on Fridays. We look forward to seeing you all at 9.00am. Don’t forget we also have free-range eggs and apple juice and lots of fresh vegetables as well as many crafted items. The coffee bar will be open serving teas and coffees including lattes and cappuccinos.
Doors open at 6.30 pm for a 7 pm start.
You are invited to a charity evening held at the home of Lord and Lady Lovelace, raising money for “the Lovelace Charity for Destitute Boys”. The eccentric Lord has decided to hold a dinner but the evening takes a turn for the worse when a horrific murder is committed! Through deduction and the discovery of evidence, dirty secrets and sordid lies are brought to the fore and we need your help to solve this most devious of murders. Our professional actors will ensure you have an amazing evening! All profits from ticket sales will go to Baldock 2nd Scouts who are looking to revamp their camping equipment ready for this summer’s outdoor activities.
Sponsored by Leysbrook – The Community Property Experts.
A welcome drink, dinner and dessert will be provided and is included in the price of your ticket. Over 18s only!
Come and sample six beers from the new Brewpoint range accompanied by classic Italian nibbles. We will introduce each drink to you. Grab a seat from 7.00pm for a 7:30pm start.
When you have found your favourite beer you are welcome to stay and buy a few more at the bar!
Doors and bar open at 7.00pm.
This award-winning film stars Anthony Hopkins playing a man struggling with dementia – with Olivia Colman as his daughter.
Watch the film in the relaxed atmosphere of the Baldock Arts & Heritage Centre, where the bar is open throughout and members of the audience are welcome to stay on afterwards to discuss the film or make suggestions for further showings.