The Christmas show will go on – well online – at Cambridge Junction this year.
Saffron Hall is reopening its doors for live concerts, from Friday, December 4.
The show will go on this Christmas after Cambridge Arts Theatre confirmed there will be a COVID-safe panto themed adventure taking the stage.
A series of socially distanced concerts will take place at Cambridge Corn Exchange early next year.
A new Imperial War Museums publication brings Christmas during wartime to life through photos, recipes and exceptional personal stories from the museum’s collection.
Audiences are invited to celebrate the festive season with Scrooge at an adaptation of a Charles Dickens classic.
What does the future hold for the performing arts sector following the coronavirus pandemic? Actress Juliet Stevenson and more discuss the topic as part of the Cambridge Literary Festival’s Winter Festival online.
Tickets have gone on sale for Pete Tong’s Ibiza Classics concert at Newmarket Racecourses next summer.
A charity standup comedy night is being livestreamed from Cambridge Junction’s Facebook page tomorrow (Friday, November 20 at 8pm).
Cambridge Junction has announced a series of socially-distanced live shows in December, the first events to take place in the venue since March.
David Aronsohn, a Saffron Walden resident and a lecturer for Central Saint Martin’s UAL, University College London and London Metropolitan University, is holding further art history sessions online.
While live gigs with audiences are unable to take place at the moment due to the second coronavirus lockdown, Cambridge Jazz Festival has unveiled this year’s digital line-up.
IWM Duxford has temporarily closed due to the second lockdown.
St Clare Hospice will host its annual Christmas quiz virtually this year due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Free online history lectures that are open to everyone are starting on November 11 at 4pm, organised by Cambourne Village College’s History Department.
Visit Essex has launched a county-wide campaign to encourage people to support local businesses, hospitality venues and popular attractions.
Cambridge Film Festival has launched a new collaborative online movie showcase as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This is what’s coming up at Saffron Screen.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People has launched a new Sensory Scavenger Hunt activity pack to keep children entertained over the half term break.
Paul Steward reviews new psychological chiller Saint Maud, which can be seen at Saffron Screen on Friday, November 6 and Monday, November 9, and at Royston Picture Palace on Friday, November 13.