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The third annual Wimpole History Festival from June 20-23 has headliners including Lucy Worsley, Michael Morpurgo, Melvyn Bragg and playwright, Sally Wainwright.

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Irish band, The Hooligans will headline the second Folk at the Fairy session at Fairycroft House in Saffron Walden on Saturday, May 11.

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Fame the musical will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from April 29 to May 4

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The summer season at Cambridge Arts Theatre includes The Girl on the Train, The Remains of the Day, Educating Rita, the Rocky Horror Show, Sir Michael Parkinson and the Cambridge Greek Play.

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The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team – the Red Arrows – are to make a spectacular return to this year’s Flying Legends air show.

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It’s December 1897 and struggling playwright, Edmond Rostand, has run out of ideas for his next piece of work.

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Peter James, the author of The House on Cold Hill, now being staged as a play at Cambridge Arts Theatre, says it was inspired by what happened to him and his former wife in 1988.

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Jazz violinist, Ben Holder will be at Joanna’s Place in Saffron Walden with the Chris Ingham Trio on Saturday, April 27.

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The music of Elgar, Haydn and Beethoven will be played by the award-winning Castalian String Quartet at Saffron Hall on Wednesday, May 1.

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Children’s shows at Cambridge Junction have a free hour of craft activities, called Hands on Happenings, before the play.

These are creative activities led by a visual artists and designed to tiein with the show. No need to book, it’s drop in.

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Rob Auton’s Talk Show was the second best reviewed show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year.

He brings it to Cambridge Junction on Saturday, April 20.

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Elliot Porter, singer, pianist and guitarist, will play to raise money for Uttlesford Food Bank at the King’s Arms in Saffron Walden on Thursday, April 18.

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Alexander McCall Smith joins forces with the BBC Symphony Orchestra to bring to life much-loved characters from Botswana, Scotland and Italy.

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Formed on Canvey Island in the early 1970s, Dr Feelgood remains one of the most popular and exciting live rhythm and blues acts in the world.

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The Selfish Giant is told with puppetry, music and a sprinkling of audience interaction.

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Gibbon takes inspiration from the world of dance, mixing different art forms with circus skills, exploring ideas through movement and devised theatre to create a surreal atmosphere.

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Rough Crossing, now showing at Cambridge Arts Theatre, was written in 1984. Sadly, this play set at sea is rather washed out.

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A free easter trail will be taking place in Dunmow on Friday morning (April 12).

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Audley End Miniature Railway will take families into the enchanted Audley End woods to see the Easter bunny.

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