Theatre News

Sir Michael Parkinson, journalist and broadcaster will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre on Wednesday, June 26.

A theatrical version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Wednesday, June 26.

We would like to introduce our new for 2019 visual journalism project. This is the first show in our venture, Harry and Ben's Entertainment Round-Up.

The Olivier Award nominated An Evening of Eric and Ern will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Would You Adam and Eve It? - a speedy dramatisation of all 90 chapters from the first two books of the Bible will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Saturday, June 22.

Admissions by Joshua Harmon, is about the merits of positive discrimination. If you need quotas then the system must be rotten to the core.

Strictly Come Dancing professionals, Neil and Katya Jones, who are World Latin Showdance champions, have a show at Sadler's Wells in London and we have a pair of tickets for a reader to win.

Two one-act plays and dinner are on offer at Hempstead Village Hall on June 7 and 8 and all for £12.50 a ticket.

A day-long session of performances and discussions about motherhood, called Motherworks, will be at Cambridge Junction on Saturday, June 8.

Two actors play 15 parts in the story of when Hollywood arrives in rural Ireland

The House on Cold Hill is an old fashioned ghost story with some clever modern-day twists.

A stage version of the 1980s television series 'Allo 'Allo, will be at Clavering Village Hall from May 31 to Sunday, June 2.

Alex Kingston and Sarah Hadland star in the West End show Admissions at Cambridge Arts Theatre from June 3-8.

Stones in His Pockets requires two actors to perform all 15 characters, men and women, playing roles from spoilt American starlet to village old timer.

The play has two preoccupations: English politics on the eve of the Second World War, the remains of an old era, and those last remaining, aristocratic households with live-in servants.

Ballet Black's triple bill includes a dance inspired by a miners' strike in South Africa in 1946 - literally a piece de resistance.

Martin McDonagh's play The Pillowman is macabre. Yet this chilling production not only had the audience on the edge of their seats, they were laughing throughout.

Ballet Black, whose artistic director, Cassa Pancho was given the Freedom of the City of London for her contribution to ballet, will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre on May 7 and 8.

A play about the Aberfan disaster at the ADC Theatre Cambridge from May 7-11

Stephanie Rojas, who plays a heart-breaking Carmen, called for the audience to "stand up for the cast of Fame".

A packed Cambridge Arts Theatre rose up in one breath, clapping and singing along to the irresistable theme tune.

We were going to live forever, people would see us and die.

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