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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.

An ocean of musical bohemia cascaded over Saffron Hall this week.

Dunmow Art Group will run a series of six watercolour workshops by artist Louise Man, from Monday, September 9.

Variously described as baffling, beautiful, awesome, and thoroughly arresting, Chris Koster's mathematical art is on show at The Curious Goat cafe in Saffron Walden.

The Celebrated Mr Belzoni is a free exhibition on the adventurer, Giovanni Battista Belzoni, known as The Great Belzoni - the circus performer.

Griff Rhys Jones OBE will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Thursday, July 18 with his standup show, All Over the Place.

Artists from Saffron Walden will be among over 200 locations at this year's Cambridge Open Studios.

The 33rd exhibition and sale of work by Newport Art Group will be on Saturday, June 23 at Newport Village Hall.

Look Alive! the latest show from Cambridge Footlights centres on the absurdities of life on planet earth.

Great Bardfield Artists Society holds its Summer Exhibition at The Bell Inn, Great Bardfield on Saturday, June 22.

Artists will be showing and selling their work and offering craft workshops.

A free art exhibition on the theme of night and day will be at Anser Gallows Barn, Hempstead until May 24.

Focusing on the shift in consciousness that occurs over 24 hours, the show is called Day to Night, Dusk to Dawn.

Comedian Angela Barnes's new show, Rose Tinted is about her trying to see the brighter side of life.

Shappi Khorsandi's show, Skittish Warrior - Confessions of a Club Comic is described as a medly of gags and cultural observation.

Sam Avery the "Learner Parent" famous for his award-winning blog, which he started when his twins were born, will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Saturday, June 1.

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.

After a sell-out run at last year's Edinburgh Festival, stand-up comic Ivo Graham brings his show Motion Sickness to Haverhill Arts Centre on Thursday, April 18.

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