English Touring Opera at Cambridge Arts Theatre until Saturday, May 30. (Presenting La Boheme May 28, 29 and 30). Review of Donizetti’s The Wild Man of The West Indies on Wednesday, May 27..
The Fete de la Musique, a free festival of international music is being held in Saffron Walden on summer’s longest day, Sunday, June 21.
Stuck for half term ideas for entertaining children? Here’s a run down of some treats on offer.
The young and gifted musicians of The Temple Ensemble, all now based at the Royal Academy of Music in London, will play at St Mary’s Church, Saffron Walden on Saturday, May 23.
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell at Cambridge Arts Theatre until Saturday, May 23. Review by ANGELA SINGER.
David Suchet, one of Britain’s best loved actors, especially for his television role as Agatha Christie’s dectective Poirot, will be putting on a frock to play Lady Bracknell.
Six friends, one tea-party and a spectacular 70s backdrop come together in this production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Absent Friends, at Chelmsford Civic Theatre later this month.
“I like performing where people are having a good time and it’s easy to be heard, and there stands to be a good raucous time after the show,” Reginald D Hunter says in his beautiful Southern drawl.
Films and events on at Saffron Screen from Friday, May 1, to Monday, May 4.
What do you get when you mix the founder of Madness with an ensemble of ska musicians, a funk-spinning DJ and an enormous helping of reggae?
Films and events on at Saffron Screen from Friday, April 24, to Monday, April 27.
Three singing sensations will be lighting up the night at this musical extravaganza next month.
Ballet Central 2015 comes to Chelmsford Civic Theatre featuring a dazzling programme of ballet, neoclassical, contemporary and narrative dance.
Films and events on at Saffron Screen from Friday (April 10) to Thursday (April 16).
Students will be putting on their best Queen impressions for a theatrical production of We Will Rock You.
A structured history of bras – as well as a more intimate understanding of undergarments – awaits those who attend a talk by ‘The Knicker Lady’ this Spring.
Performers from an amateur musical theatre company were out in force last Saturday for the launch of their new production in Saffron Walden market square.
Reality TV collides with period drama Downton Abbey in this brilliant new parody coming to Bishop’s Stortford.
Fans of singing sensation Katherine Jenkins are being offered the chance to meet the star when she brings her 21-date UK tour to Cambridge.
Cue the screaming teenage girls as the next best thing to the world’s biggest boy band will be performing live in Chelmsford.