Our top tips for half-term fun
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.
A tribute to the wartime Glenn Miller Orchestra will be paid at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on the 75th anniversary of D Day, Thursday, June 6.
here will be 18 gardens open for charity in Ickleton on Father's Day, Sunday, June 16.
A free art exhibition on the theme of night and day will be at Anser Gallows Barn, Hempstead until May 24.
Focusing on the shift in consciousness that occurs over 24 hours, the show is called Day to Night, Dusk to Dawn.
Comedian Angela Barnes's new show, Rose Tinted is about her trying to see the brighter side of life.
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.
Five gardens in the village of Langley will be open for the National Garden Scheme raising money for health charities on Bank Holiday Sunday, May 26.
What did it feel like for Hungarians in 1956 to arrive in England?
The Big Brekkie, the full English breakfast, is on offer at Thaxted Parish Church on Saturday, May 18 raising money for Christian Aid Week.
Littlebury Arts and Crafts Festival, a new event with open gardens and over 20 artists showing their work, will take place over the weekend of June 1 and 2.
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.
Some 3,000 visitors, a record crowd, visited The Saffron Walden Crank Up show, a festival of steam vehicles over the weekend of Saturday and Sunday May 11 and 12 at Just Like Wendy's in Sparrows Hill, Newport.
Fran Sandham, who made a 3,000-mile walk across the middle of Africa, on his own, spoke to Dunmow U3A (University of the Third Age).
A team of nine runners and one wheelchair racer finished the London Marathon raising nearly £25,000 for St Clare Hospice.
There was an enthusiastic bank holiday turn out for Thaxted Fayre on May 6, the event including a bargain sale of Moorcroft pottery and dances by Thaxted Morris Men.
"I am thrilled, a little bit stunned," said Councillor John Lodge, leader of Residents for Uttlesford, which took overall control at the local elections, upping their seats from 11 to 26.
Howard Rolfe, leader of Uttlesford District Council for five years, said: "We were swept away on a Brexit tsunami."
Felsted Primary School won the day when seven schools battled it out for a physics prize.
Shappi Khorsandi's show, Skittish Warrior - Confessions of a Club Comic is described as a medly of gags and cultural observation.
The Doric String Quartet will play at Linton Village College on June 1 with pianist Jonathan Biss.
The concert is a preview for their performance at Wigmore Hall in London.
Ukulele bands will play on both days at an open garden weekend in Hatfield Heath over the bank holiday weekend raising money for Mencap's Grove Cottage.
Sam Avery the "Learner Parent" famous for his award-winning blog, which he started when his twins were born, will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Saturday, June 1.
Ballet Black's triple bill includes a dance inspired by a miners' strike in South Africa in 1946 - literally a piece de resistance.
The saying goes that girl guides "leave nothing behind but their thanks" but in 1982 some brownies from North Kensington wanted to say thank you to Little Easton by planting a cherry tree.
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
A concert called Inspired by Nature, will be given by Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra at Saffron Hall on Saturday, May 11.