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Luton Culture - May 2017 - What's On

Our Summer season is now onsale! 
See what's on this May to August...Dance...Gods and Mortals
Sun 7 May, 4.15pm, The Hat Factory Arts Centre 
Four highly trained and charismatic dancers, UK's only Odissi dance group, who have thrilled London audiences at the Southbank Centre, perform in Luton for one night only. Live music accompaniment lends a special depth and spontaneity to the show. Vocals, tabla, violin and spoken rhythms accompany the dance.
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Thu 18 May, 7.30pm, The Hat Factory Arts Centre
A new twist on a 1000 year old fable, presenting music and dance from South Africa, mixed with urban culture from London and Los Angeles. 
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Voluntaryworks Luton - 25 April 2017

Voluntaryworks Luton25 April 2017General Election 2017 – What charities can and cannot do. This is a useful article setting out how charities can play an important role during elections, as long as they follow the guidance. Click here.
 Training and EventsUniversal Credit - 11 May and 18 May (10am - 4pm) – A full-day course from Bedfordshire Advice Forum, is aimed at people who give advice on benefits to clients, and who want to know the essentials of Universal Credit. Some knowledge of current benefits is required. Click here for more details and prices.Small Charity Week (19-24 June) is the biggest event in the small charity calendar providing free initiatives, competitions and support over six days, for charities or local community organisations with an annual turnover under £1.5 million. See for more information and follow @SCWeek2017 for breaking news. FundingCentral Bedfordshire Council wishes to invite tenders for the supply of Client Transport services…

Cali-R July 1st Biggest summer event

This is going to be such a great day.

e-Luton Update: Luton Council's first digital update, bringing latest Council news to your inbox

e-Luton 13 April 2017  |  Issue #001
A digital future for Luton
What would you prefer your council tax was spent on? Printing a monthly newspaper, or services for local people like education, health and maintaining our roads?
Services, you say? We thought so...which is why we are no longer producing our monthly printed newspaper, Lutonline, We've created e-Luton to share council updates and local news with you digitally.

(If we were wrong about what you prefer, feel free to tell us so using the feedback option at the bottom of this e-update.)

In the very first issue of e-Luton you can: visit our new jobsiteupdate your e-update preferencesdo it online - find out how to save time using our websitesign up for roadworks updatesfind out about our St. George's Day celebrationsread the latest local newse-Luton ​ could  arrive in your inbox on the second Thursday of every month, packed full of news and council updates. We hope you enjoy reading it!
Luton local news and events for the town of Luton, Bedfordshire, UK. Editor Alan Winter.