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Omid Djalili brings his stand-up show Schmuck for a Night to Cambridge Corn Exchange on April 15.

Reginald D Hunter will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Sunday, May 28 with his show Some People V Reginald Hunter and will sell out. About half the seats are already sold.

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National treasure, broadcaster, poet and comic Ian McMillan will be joined by leading cartoonist Tony Husband at Holy Trinity Chrishall Church on February 24 for a fast-flowing, rapid-rafting adventure in which two hilarious men reflect upon life.

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Barry Cryer says the trick to comedy is to “get the laughs in early”.

Haverhill Arts Centre

Hannah Croft and Fiona Pearce, stars of BBC Radio 4’s The Croft & Pearce Show, winners of the Spirit of the Edinburgh Fringe award, and proud recipients of the official Edinburgh Fringe (2016) Total Sell Out Show, present their brand new sketch show, Croft and Pearce are not Themselves, at Cambridge Junction on Friday, February 10.

BBC Radio

Multi award-winning comedian Simon Munnery brings his a new stand-up show to Cambridge Junction on January 27. He promises an opening to die for, seven wry observations, a tone poem, four fresh skits and two new commandments.


A new exhibition called Life in an English Village at Braintree Museum has a display of prints and drawings by the Bardfield Artists, including some original black and white sketches by Edward Bawden, unseen for 20 years.

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