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The Bard loved a mix-up. After being separated as babies, two sets of identical twins with identical names, find themselves in the same place at the same time.

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When they sang Brontë poem, The Night is Darkening Around Me, set to music by composer Adrian McNally, the audience at Cambridge Folk Festival held their breath.

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The monthly cabaret club will welcome the presenter of the Radio 4 show, Wondermentalists who also holds the title of official Radio 4 Wimbledon poet.

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A slapstick reworking of Bernard Shaw's play, which become the musical, My Fair Lady

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Asked by the king if she was effected by the general strike, The Countess of Grantham replies: "My maid was rather curt with me. She's a communist at heart."

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The London Philharmonic Orchestra performed their first concert as resident orchestra at Saffron Hall on September 28.

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A night of laughter was brought by professional scientists on September 27 at the Junction in Cambridge.

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He has retired from presenting Today on BBC Radio 4 but journalist John Humphrys will be at Saffron Hall on Wednesday, October 23 -

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Oscar Wilde's play A Woman of No Importance, which satirised upper class society in the 1890s, has Wilde's usual gossip, snobbery and someone shocked when they find our who their parents are.

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Rock and folk group, Holy Moly and the Crackers will be at Cambridge Junction

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An hour long musical version of the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is on a mini tour.

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This play by Alan Ayckbourn is the third of a trilogy called Things That Go Bump, about a recently bereaved widow, whose late husband just won't leave her alone. Ayckbourn felt it was like Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit.

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With the stage bathed in red light, the statuesque 6ft 5 figure of Hozier arrived alone and began with the moody As it Was, a song about returning.

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Courtney Pine returns to Saffron Hall with pianist Zoe Raham to play standards from their new album

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An evening with Lesley Garrett will be at Saffron Hall on Wednesday, October 9

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Lenny Henry talks about his life and times at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Monday, November 25 and half the tickets are sold already.

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The Lady Vanishes, based on Alfred Hitchcock's splendid 1938 film, and starring Gwen Taylor, will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from September 30 to October 5.

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After a decade of magic shows delighting all ages, magicians Morgan and West are at Cambridge Junction on Sunday and Monday October 20 and 21.

They are Oxford graduates with degrees in physics and chemistry, and they are fully qualified secondary school teachers.

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