Theatre News

Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen's novel, only with more laughter - will be presented by The Pantaloons Theatre Company on Saturday, August 17.

When Doris and Delilah wake up to find something strange and sparkly has fallen from the sky, they are inspired to put on the world's greatest magic show! But how do you make real magic happen?

There is a stage version of the celebrated children's story at The Rhodes Arts Complex

Willy Russell's play Educating Rita is powerful, moving and absolutely hilarious.

The autumn season at Cambridge Arts Theatre, includes Prism, a play about the cinematographer Jack Cardiff who lived in Saffron Walden.

Peppa Pig will help tiny children learn about the orchestra when Peppa arrives with Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and George, at Saffron Hall.

Educating Rita, starring Stephen Tompkinson and Jessica Johnson will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre

A double bill of shows heading for the Edinburgh Festival will be at Cambridge Junction on Tuesday, July 23.

Some of the coachloads of fans who came to Cambridge Arts Theatre to see The Rocky Horror Show, over 40 years since it was written, knew every line of this send-up of both the horror movie and science fiction.

Without doubt the most extravagant production to ever hit the Cambridge Arts Theatre stage, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is unlike anything else you've ever seen.

On its way to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Helen Wood's comedy the National Trust Fan Club will be at the Rhodes Arts Complex on Thursday, July 18.

As the Rocky Horror show comes to Cambridge Arts Theatre from July 15-20, it's creator, Richard O'Brien explains how the show he wrote when he was out of work, over 40 years ago became a world-wide success.

Starring Joanne Clifton, professional dancer from Strictly, Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show comes to Cambridge Arts Theatre from July 15-20, as part of a world tour.

The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, with performances in the college gardens runs from July 8 to August 24.

A stage version of We're going on a Bear Hunt, based on the book by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury, will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from July 12-14, Friday to Sunday.

Sir Michael Parkinson is known and beloved for his skill at interviewing others. On stage at Cambridge Arts Theatre, his own gift for telling stories had the audience rapt, laughing throughout and standing on their feet at the end.

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

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