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Artists Open Studios will go virtual this year

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It’s half term this week, and we hope that all the students, parents and teachers are enjoying some time off home-schooling.

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Royston

Sonic the Hedgehog is a charming and appropriately wacky comedy, with a kind and heartwarming centre.

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From horror studio Blumhouse, comes this original take on a literary classic, with an Oscar-worthy performance from Elizabeth Moss.

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Take Note Essex Concert Band conductor Alan Stratton sent us this video to share.

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A local musician is set to make a loud appearance on the BBC Young Musician semi-final.

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Chart-topping singer Rick Astley’s headline show at Newmarket Racecourses has been rescheduled for 2021.

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Newmarket Nights

A musician who lived in Newport for 30 years decided to go back to his home on Frambury Lane and make VE Day memorable for residents with limited access to entertainment.

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A Saffron Walden musician has spoken about how his life has been affected by the lockdown - in both negative and positive ways.

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A new television station wants young people to take part.

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Sir Tom Jones’ headline show at Newmarket Racecourses this summer has been postponed until next year.

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Newmarket Nights

Films for all ages, childhood, romance, marriage and divorce - all human life is there in the movies

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Riverdance the 25th anniversary celebration, cancelled at Cambridge Corn Exchange in March because of the coronavirus lockdown, has been rescheduled for September next year.

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Strawberry Fair, always on the first Saturday in June, on Midsummer Common, Cambridge, will be virtual this year.

It’s being broadcast on Cambridge 105 Radio.

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Cambridge students in isolation have produced a comedy show of sketches called Monolaughs. This will go out on Saturday, May 9 at 7pm on the ADC YouTube channel for free

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The inescapably moving short film, Sylvia, which has been screened at 40 international film festivals and won 20 awards is now being shown on YouTube.

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BFI Player is an entertainment platform online, just like Now TV, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon and Netflix. But it offers rarer, more revered and lesser known content to the mainstream. View either by renting (from £2.50 to about £10) or by becoming a member.

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While IWM Duxford is closed to visitors during the coronavirus pandemic, Imperial War Museums is bringing history to families across the globe through new digital programming.

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Coronavirus

As the country thanks NHS staff during the coronavirus crisis, IWM Duxford has delved into its archives to share stories of medical heroes from World War Two.

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