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It’s a live show! The Comedy Store in Chelmsford City Racecourse

Artists will put work in their windows and gardens - for Open Studios this year

Budding photographers are being encouraged to enter their lockdown images of Cambridgeshire for an online gallery.


The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge has released a collection of ‘art for our time’ greeting cards as a way of providing “a playful perspective on our current lives” during the coronavirus pandemic.

Artists Open Studios will go virtual this year

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

In act one they will perform some of their legendary sketches. In act two they tell stories about their career and invite questions.

Star of The Fast Show and Two Doors Down, Arabella Weir brings her stand-up show Does My Mum Look Big in This to Cambridge Junction

Set in the remote Scottish Highlands, tThe play examines the experiences of three women in three different eras.

Rachel Creeger, the only practising orthodox Jewish woman currently on the UK comedy circuit.

Top photographers have been awarded for their best snaps as the Saffron Walden Camera Club opened its annual photo exhibition at the town library.

Stephen K Amos will involve the audience in his comedy at Cambridge Junction on Friday, January 24.

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