Two Joanna Eden shows will take place at Saffron Hall this Friday, October 23, to support Fairycroft House.
There’s plenty of half-term activities, exhibitions and events for families to enjoy at IWM Duxford this October.
A project that asked 15 to 24-year-olds in Essex to share their experiences of boredom during the Covid-19 pandemic has produced a digital and physical booklet.
The garden at Caldrees Manor, Ickleton, is open for the first time under the National Garden Scheme this Saturday, October 17.
Film critic Paul Steward reviews The Trial of the Chicago 7, which is in cinemas now and arrives on streaming service Netflix on Friday.
Cambridge Literary Festival has received a ‘financial lifeline’ from the government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund.
World War Two aircraft took to the skies over IWM Duxford to commemorate ‘The Few’ at the airfield’s final showcase day of the year.
With the cinema industry facing an unprecedented crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic, a ray of hope has been offered to one Saffron picture house.
IWM Duxford and The Captain Tom Foundation are set to unveil a new display celebrating one of 2020’s iconic personalities – Captain Sir Tom Moore.
A model from Stansted wants September 25 to become the UK’s LGBTQ+ Day - and wants JK Rowling to endorse the campaign.
Film critic Paul Steward reviews The New Mutants starring Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams.
Aviation enthusiasts can get their fix at IWM Duxford this weekend when the airfield hosts another its final showcase day of the season.
Comedian David Mitchell, novelist Matt Haig and Poet Laureate Simon Armitage are among the famous names taking part in Cambridge Literary Festival’s Winter Online Festival 2020.
Mother’s Day ‘Take Two’ will be celebrated at The Eight Bells in Saffron Walden this month.
The Gardens of Easton Lodge at Little Easton near Great Dunmow hold their final Open Day of the season on Sunday, October 11.
Troublemaker star Olly Murs has announced a concert date in Newmarket next summer.
Christmas is cancelled? Oh no, it isn’t! Car Park Panto is coming to IWM Duxford this December as the Cambridgeshire site welcomes the world’s first drive-in Christmas show.
Macbeth is coming to Cambridge for two socially distanced performances at a city church.
Remus Horse Sanctuary in Ingatestone will be opening its gates for only the second time this year on Sunday, October 4 to celebrate World Animal Day, coordinated by the Naturewatch Foundation.
Saffron Hall is set to reopen for live performances with audiences from Friday, October 9.