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.
Four comics on one night at Cambridge Corn Exchange
The show is described as a celebration of the human mind, from Bohemians to Black Holes, Dali to DNA.
Wunderbar is Eddie’s last tour before he intends to sink his teeth into politics. He has offered to stand for election as an MP, MEP or for Mayor of London. He will fit in somewhere.
Perhaps the peak of his dog poetry was the line showing unconditional love, when an owner states: “You are not my dog” and the dog stubbornly responds: “You are the best owner I’ve ever had.”
It’s undoubtedly Phoenix’s film. His slow transition from socially awkward loner into Rabble-rousing crime prince is utterly captivating and a performance that is already creating Oscar buzz ahead of awards season.
The gallery’s annual Exhibition and Sale is on Saturday and Sunday, November 16 and 17 at the gallery in Castle Street, which will be re-opened for the weekend.
Herring is taking his show on the road so he can tell the bits too libelous to broadcast.
He recited a poem for Prince Charles (O, Charles!), who the poet said went through a “living hell” as a royal, but consoled him in absentia: “It could be worse, Charles… you could live in Reading”.
A night of laughter was brought by professional scientists on September 27 at the Junction in Cambridge.