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India

Lady Constance Lytton was the daughter of a Viceroy of India, born in 1869, so an archetypal, upper class, Victorian young woman.

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The English Touring Opera (ETO) is bringing a series of productions to Saffron Hall as part of the venue’s autumn season.

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Rome

As Raymond, the savant would say: This is definitely the best play at Cambridge Arts Theatre this year. Definitely the best play....

The first night audience at the venue stood up to applaud and Cambridge audiences rarely give anyone a standing ovation, I say rarely, I mean never.

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Cambridge

The bar was nothing short of ghoulish and demonic. The premiere of Netflix’s The Haunted Hill House was unforgettable.

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London

No Surrender, the celebrated show about an unlikely suffragette, Lady Constance Lytton, who disguised herself as a poor woman because the police refused to arrest a lady - and then wrote the first book about prison from an inmate’s point of view, returns to Cambridge Junction.

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Cambridge

The stage version of Rain Man is tipped to be the best show at Cambridge Arts Theatre so far this year and in a special offer for readers, tickets for the performances Monday to Thursday, October 8 to 11 are available for £20.

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archant

Thirty years after its release, Paul Simon’s Graceland will be sung at Cambridge Junction on Saturday, October 6 by the London African Gospel Choir.

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Cambridge

Don’t tell anyone because these tickets will sell out, but comic poet John Hegley will be at Joanna’s Place in Saffron Walden on Sunday, October 28 in a double bill with former Flying Picket, singer Paul Issaun.

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Sam Smith

Written by and starring Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer, Vulcan 7 is a vingette of two actors who have loathed each other since RADA. Their jealously knows no bounds.

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Saffron Hall has announced a stellar line up of jazz and folk artists among its upcoming autumn season, with performances to suit all tastes.

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The Dunmow Players are limbering up for their production of Little Shop of Horrors, a musical which will include a gigantic man-eating plant that will take up half of the stage when fully grown.

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This is a clever play. So much so that you might feel you want to see it twice to understand it.

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The sixth instalment in the Mission Impossible franchise sees Tom Cruise return as IMF agent Ethan Hunt and is once again overseen by writer and director Christopher McQuarrie, the man behind 2015’s well received Rogue Nation.

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My companion spotted Mathew Horne at Paddington Station. We were getting the same series of trains to Windsor where he is starring in a stage version of Rain Man, which arrives next week, from Monday, October 1, at Cambridge Arts Theatre.

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Cambridge

It seems that The Globe is so utterly bored with Shakespeare’s plays that it will do anything to amuse itself, regardless of whether that results in something entertaining for the paying public.

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The singer, St Vincent (aka Anne Clark) will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Wednesday, August 29.

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The Opera Boys will be at the Rhodes Arts Centre, Bishop’s Stortford on Saturday, September 8.

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