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Emma Manton as Doreen and Stephen Billington as Ernest in Confusions written and directed by Alan Ayckbourn 
at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough from  9th July - 26th September.

Britain’s most performed living playwright, Alan Ayckbourn has a double bill of plays at Cambridge Arts Theatre next month.

Mother Goose

Mother Goose on January 29, 30 and 31 will be the 16th annual pantomime presented by Newport Amateur Theatrical Society (NATS) at Newport Village Hall.

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Hempstead panto

The small village of Hempstead, birthplace of the notorious highwayman Dick Turpin will be home to similar villains next month when it hosts the pantomime Treasure Island at Hempstead Village Hall.

Burlesque

Internationally celebrated Burlesque and Cabaret Show Let’s Fall in Love will be at the Rhodes Arts Complex in Bishops Stortford on Saturday, February 6 raising money for the West Essex Young Stroke Support Group.

Cinderella: Susie Mathers, Jonathan D Ellis and Daniel Goode

Cinderella at Cambridge Arts Theatre until Sunday, January 17. Review by ANGELA SINGER.

Rhodes Panto Jack and the Beanstalk

JACK will be climbing his beanstalk at The Rhodes Theatre in Bishop’s Stortford from December 9 to January 2.

Cinderella Haverhill

The scariest act Simon Cowell said he had ever seen will appear in Cinderella at Haverhill Arts Centre, when Phil Blackmore plays Buttons.

Christmas Carol

ctor Clive Francis returns to Cambridge Arts Theatre on Sunday, November, 15, with his acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company performance as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, and other characters from the story. The show is inspired by Dickens’ own first reading and performance of A Christmas Carol in December 1853 at Birmingham Town Hall.

Cambridge

Michael Morpurgo’s magical book I Believe in Unicorns, dramatised as a play, is at The Rhodes Theatre, Bishop’s Stortford on Sunday November 22. The show is set in a library full of books that hold more than stories within their pages. The audience is invited to bring along a favourite children’s book to form part of the set and then to swap it at the end for another book. The story is set in war-torn Europe. Eight-year-old Tomas hates school, hates books and hates stories. Forced to visit the library, he stops to listen to magical tales that the Unicorn Lady spins. By the end, he believes in Unicorns and we do too.

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