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James Ravilious exhibition

The new exhibition at the Fry Art Gallery running until Sunday, July 24 features black and white photographs by James Ravilious (1939-1999) together with some of his, and his father Eric Ravilious’s wood engravings.

Jennie Eclair

Jenny Eclair’s shows usually sell out months in advance so now might be the time to book tickets for How to be a Middle Aged Woman (Without going insane) at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on Thursday, October 6.

Shappi Khorsandi

Top comics, Jeremy Hardy, Shappi Khorsandi, Lucy Porter and Stephen K Amos are coming to perform at Haverhill Arts Centre this season. Jeremy Hardy will be there on Wednesday, June 1 and booking is now open for Shappi Khorsandi on Friday, September 23, Lucy Porter on November 4 and Stephen K Amos on November 17. All the shows are at 8pm. Tickets from 01440 714140 or

Haverhill Arts Centre
Eddie Izzard

He would be funny in any language and performs shows in tongues he doesn’t claim to speak, but Eddie Izzard is playing his Force Majeure 333 show in French, England and German.

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Red Shed Mark Thomas

Red Shed is the latest show from blood red comic Mark Thomas, who just wants to make the world a better place really. It’s just been announced for Cambridge Junction as part of a national tour.

Richard Herring

Richard Herring’s show Happy Now? will be in the Cramphorn Studio at Chelmsford’s Civic Theatre on Thursday, May 19 and Cambridge Junction on May 20.

Jeremy Hardy

It’s Jeremy on Jeremy. A show by top comedians and actors in support of Jeremy Corbyn called JC4PM is at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Tuesday, May 17. It will be compered by comedy legend Arthur Smith who turned down a Perrier lifetime award and includes Jeremy Hardy who won a Perrier Award and accepted it.

Linda Robinson

Artist and printmaker, Linda Richardson from Little Bardfield has a free exhibition of paintings, linocuts and etchings at Finchingfield Guildhall from Sunday April 17 to Monday, May 2. This will be her last exhibition before she moves to the Shetlands to take inspiration from different wildlife vistas.

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