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St Albans is gearing up to host its eighth annual food and drink festival, which will embrace the cathedral city's thriving pub culture with a pop-up Village Green at the heart of the city's 9th-century market place.   The Hertfordshire city has a long history in hospitality: It lays claim to having one of the highest number of pubs per square mile in the UK as well as the oldest pub.

Visitors to Aston Park at the weekend will be able to witness a historic battle as part of Birmingham Heritage Week. The Sealed Knot, the oldest re-enactment society in the UK and the single biggest in Europe, will be staging an English Civil War display in the park on Sunday, September 13. Aston Hall, which stands in the grounds, was itself attacked and badly damaged by Parliamentary troops (Roundheads) during the Civil War.

Wolverhampton Bonfire and Fireworks Night will for the first time ever be hosted by Wolverhampton Racecourse this year. The event will take place on Thursday, November 5, and the racecourse, in partnership with City of Wolverhampton Council, have introduced free parking for visitors and discounted advance purchase ticket prices. The evening entails all the attractions that have been enjoyed at West Park in previous years.

This year's firework spectacular at the Legoland Windsor Resort promises a roaring finale to the season as an all new show-stopping display takes a Lego Ninjago theme. Over three weekends in October – 17/18, 24/25 and 30/31 - the skies will light up in a dramatic pyrotechnic performance perfectly choreographed to a ninja inspired soundtrack, where guests will join LEGO Ninjago heroes Kai, Lloyd, Cole and Jay in an epic pyrotechnic battle against the evil Morro and the cursed realm.

Among the events and partnerships lined up for Chocolate week (12-18th October) this year, Divine Chocolate will be popping up with a MasterChef finalist, introducing a special  chocolate workshop and washing everything down with the fairest chocolate cocktail in London.

For a limited time only, the smallest sculptures in the world by internationally renowned micro sculptor, Willard Wigan MBE, are being housed within the landside All Bar One Bar and Restaurant at Birmingham Airport. Following Willard’s hugely successful American and Australian tour, and whose work has recently been featured in promotion of the new Hollywood blockbuster, Antman, it is fitting that such wondrous works, which are sculptured within the eye of a needle, or on the head of a pin, will be on display in Willard’s hometown of Birmingham, for the travelling world to adorn.

The Australian Pink Floyd Show is back in the UK in 2016 for their ‘THE BEST OF THE BEST’ Tour, kicking off the UK leg at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on the 14 October! Having sold over 4 million tickets in 35 countries, The Australian Pink Floyd Show is hailed as one of the leading concert performances currently operating and have generated their own legacy and heritage.

Experts in the UAV and drone industry have predicted a surge in the training and use of commercial drones for 2016, ahead of the nation’s first ever drone expo. The UK Drone Show is set to take place at the NEC in Birmingham, and due to demand an extra date has been added, now running 5-6 December 2015.

More than 350 paintball teams and thousands of enthusiasts from around the world will descend on Kissimmee to compete in the 2015 NXL World Cup, October 15-18. The event is a collaborative result between the National Xball League (NXL) and the Kissimmee Sports Commission to bring the tournament back to its roots.

Calling all music lovers, there's a new festival happening in Franklin, Tennessee September 26 & 27, 2015. It's not just any festival. It's the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, a two-day experience with an incredible lineup of more than 30 musicians led by legendary artists Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow and Steven Tyler. 

With the present incumbent stating that ‘Spectre’ might signal the end of his spell as a secret service agent, murmurs are about that Idris Elba might succeed Daniel Craig and take up the mantle as the new 007. After starring in four films, Craig is ready to move on from the Bond franchise with speculation that the London-born award-winning star, Elba, is ready to take-up the baton.

The Birmingham Honey Show is returning to Martineau Gardens, a Community Garden, in Edgbaston, on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 September, from 10am until 4pm. Organised by Birmingham and District Beekeepers Association (B & DBKA), this family-friendly, free event will be a chance for people to find out more about the intriguing craft of beekeeping and to immerse themselves in the world of honey.

Mumford & Sons capped off an incredible Summer with a huge British return show at Reading Festival where they also announced details of a UK/Ireland arena tour for later this year, and as promised, Mumford & Sons will return to the UK later this year for their first tour here since 2012. They head out in November for an eleven date run, hitting the Genting Arena on 30th November.