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Vote Now! - Best Bar None - Houghton Regis And Dunstable

Best Bar None is all about making sure town centres are better, safer and more vibrant places to go out.

You know if you are visiting an accredited venue then everyone there is working hard to make sure you are enjoying yourself, and importantly, that you are doing it in a safe environment.

You can vote for your favourite drinking hole. All the venues that received Best Bar Non accreditation can be voted for, in this way you can show your support through the Peoples Vote.

Vote online or vote in person at the venue before 7 May 2018.

Voting closes on 7 May 2018.

All these venues have achieved 'Best Bar None' status, demonstrating they are responsible businesses when it comes to serving alcohol in the community. The nominations are already in, and you can vote for:

Club Cookies

Creasey Park Community FC

Gary Cooper (Wetherspoons)

Grove Theatre

The Old Sugar Loaf

White Lion

White Swan

The Kings Arms (Houghton Regis)

VOTE HERE


Find out more about the Best Bar None Scheme

2016-01-28: 'All Roads Lead to Rome' At Dunstable Library


A one-man show, All Roads Lead to Rome, is coming to Dunstable Library on 28th January 2016, combining storytelling, comedy and bits of a Triumph Herald Estate.

Chris Dobrowolski  has lovingly repaired his family car so that he can drive it from his childhood home in Braintree to Rome via Turin where his English car was designed.

One review of the show said: ‘This is one of the best shows I have ever seen in a theatre – and it isn't really a show… It's like someone showing you their holiday snaps - except this time you actually want to stay.’

'All Roads Lead to Rome' brings together car mechanics, a road trip, dictators, and the fetishisation of possessions in a solo performance using old photos, new film and surprising mechanical objects.

The doors open at 7pm. This show contains strong language, which would be unsuitable for children under the age of 14. Admission is on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, and after you have seen the show you can donate an amount of your choosing up to £5.

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