This is an elegant production of an elegant play. It’s very funny and it’s very French. At around 90 minutes with no interval, Art by Yasmina Reza has three actors on stage the whole time and it’s quick fire debate.
When writer James Graham first offered National Theatre director Jeremy Herrin a play set in Parliament, Herrin said: “Have you got anything else?”
Twenty-two years after the original Robin Williams film comes the sequel to 1995’s Jumanji.
Two meteorologists were tasked with predicting the weather for D Day in June, 1944. The American said the weather would be fine, the Scotsman said it would be stormy.
From Joe Wright, the British director behind such period dramas as Atonement and Anna Karenina, comes Darkest Hour the true story behind Winston Churchill’s early days as Prime Minister.
Written and directed by Rian Johnson, this much anticipated second instalment in the latest Star Wars trilogy follows on directly from 2015’s well received The Force Awakens.
Saffron Walden has been brought firmly into the modern era by Saffron Players with this year’s panto, Snow White. You may look as hard as you like, but there’s not a dwarf to be seen anywhere.
This year’s pantomime from the Saffron Players is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, as ever, the costumes are made by Sue James who worked on Pirates of the Caribbean.
Award-winning, international virtuoso violinist Nicola Benedetti is to be Saffron Hall’s first ever artist in residence.
Ahead of the official announcement of this years Oscar nominations, PAUL STEWARD predicts who has the best chance of taking home a golden statuette.
Paul Steward’s top ten films of 2017
World famous detective, Hercule Poirot gets a big screen makeover in this all-star adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie novel.
After the huge success of his first big screen outing in 2014, everybody’s favourite little bear returns to our screens for this much anticipated sequel.
Scottish director Armando Iannucci brings us this Soviet satire detailing the final days of Russian dictator Joseph Stalin and the subsequent scramble for power after his death.
Marvel’s god of thunder returns for his third solo outing, this time teaming with the Incredible Hulk, as he attempts to prevent Ragnarok the end of all things.
After a break of four years, live music concerts are returning to Audley End House and tickets for the first in the series are on sale now.
Asked for her favourite part of the pantomime, one of the children invited up onto the stage got a laugh from the audience when she said: “The beginning”.
Gardening expert, Barbara Segall was at Harts Books in Saffron Walden on Wednesday, December 6, talking about her new book, Secret Gardens of East Anglia.
Actor Stephen McGann was among friends when he came to talk about his new book, Flesh and Blood at Harts bookshop in Saffron Walden.
The play Young Marx, starring Rory Kinnear at London’s newest theatre, The Bridge is being screened live at cinemas on Thursday, December 7.