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Saffron Walden County High School

The London Philharmonic Orchestra will be at Saffron Hall on Friday, October 2, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski– and we have two pairs of concert tickets for readers to win.

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The Father Cranham and Skinner

Described as the most acclaimed new play of the decade, The Father is at Cambridge Arts Theatre for two weeks – a departure from the theatre’s usual one-week run for every play except the annual pantomime.

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Jeffrey Wilson

New composers will have their music played by top professionals in front of an audience during a music workshop and master class at Chelmsford’s Cramphorn Studio on Sunday, September 20.

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Andy P

Award-winning comedian Andy Parsons brings his stand-up show, Live, Unleashed But Naturally Cautious, to Chelmsford’s Civic Theatre on Friday, September 18.

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Pirates

A comprehensive guide to keep you and your family entertained in Uttlesford over the bank holiday weekend.

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Addenbrooke's Hospital

An all-male cast will present William Shakespeare’s As You Like It in an open-air performance at Harlequin House, Ickleton on Bank Holiday Monday, August 31.

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United Kingdom
Soldiers and Spies

Second World War Soldiers and Spies returns to Audley End House and Gardens on Sunday and Monday, August 30 and 31.

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Joanna Eden Red Curtain

Saffron Walden singer Joanna Eden and Leigh McDonald revive their show The Unbearable Pleasure of Being a Woman at the Eight Bells in Saffron Walden on Sunday, August 30. Described as Fascinating Aida on Red Bull, it’s been 18 months since the pair wowed the St James Theatre, London, and Cambridge’s Creative Cabaret as well as Saffron Walden with their irreverent show about all things female with music, comedy, tragedy and harmony. Over 18s only.

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Ents

Saffron Opera Group will present a concert performance of Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress on Sunday, September 13, with a stellar cast of international opera soloists.

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Much Ado

Shakespeare’s satire on love, the comedy, Much Ado about Nothing presented by The Globe on Tour is in the Master’s Garden Corpus Christi College, Cambridge until Sunday, August 30.

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Cambridge
Pharaoh and the Beats

The second Elsenham Music Festival in the grounds of Elsenham Golf Club will raise money for the St Clare Hospice.

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Junkyard

Two Saffron Walden indie bands are headlinging Cambridge’s Junkyard Festival on Saturday (August 22). Indie-rock act Too Cool Kid, fronted by Jay Plent will close the event and indie folk band Mortal Tides will play as the festival’s penultimate act.

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SWS  Blues Brothers

This bank holiday, Saffron Walden musicians Irish folk band the Hooligans and guitarist Dave Vant, winner of last year’s Saffron Walden’s Got Talent, will support Jumbo and the Jets in a jazz and soul evening.

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Talking Heads

Stephanie Cole, Siobhan Redmond and Karl Theobald give us the beautifully observed monologues of Alan Bennett.

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Kezia Burrows as Vera Claythorne in And Then There Were None

The Agatha Christie Theatre Company presents the stage version of the author’s best-selling book, And Then There Were None at Cambridge Arts Theatre from Monday, August 24 to Saturday, August 29.

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Bill Bailey

Bill Bailey’s latest show Limboland, having toured Austria and New Zealand, will be at Cambridge Junction in Clifton Road on Monday, September 14.

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SWS 33 ENTS

Ruby Wax presents her show Sane New World at the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on Tuesday September 8.

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United States
SWS ENTS 33 McBusted

McBusted, a synergy of McFly and Busted will be at Newmarket Racecourse on Saturday, August 29. The group was created at the end of 2013 after a reunion at the Royal Albert Hall for McFly’s tenth anniversary concert.

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Saffron Walden Museum Battle of Waterloo commemoration. Picture: Joe Higham.

School is out, but the British weather is here to stay, and keeping the kids entertained while it is raining can be tricky.

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Cambridge
Cambridge Folk Festival

Singer Rhiannon Giddens from North Carolina was so good, we didn’t know how the next act was going to follow her. And the next act was Joan Baez.

That’s how great the 51st Cambridge Folk Festival was. It was one of the best in decades. It was one unforgettable act after another and we were all singing and all dancing.

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Addenbrooke's Hospital

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