Vintage movie suggestions to help get you through the lockdown
The programme manager of Saffron Screen, in Saffron Walden Rebecca del Tufo shares her top tips for films to stream.
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A teacher in Stansted is planning to run 20 marathons in 2020 – and is determined to not let the coronavirus pandemic hold him back.
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Remaining events of Cambridge Science Festival are cancelled
Cambridge Corn Exchange plans to stay open
Concert cancelled because of fears about the coronavirus
Cambridge Science Festival has cancelled the remainder of its scheduled programme due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s described as a thriller but it’s more of a sigh than a scream
“He was the cruelest judge on the show. But he is the sweetest human being and a wonderful raconteur.”
A film as relentlessly entertaining as this deserves to be seen by as many people as possible.
The BBC sitcom is brought to life by two actors playing over 25 characters
This multi-award winning production by Stephen Daldry returns to the Arts after a sell-out London season and an American tour.
Her debut solo album Naked sold over a million copies
With some of the best songs ever written for the stage, this is set in 1950s New York.
The concert opens with Weber’s Oberon Overture, written in 1826, described as one of his finest orchestrations
Cambridge Science Festival has cancelled all hands-on events across both weekends of the festival.
A local singing teacher beat 18,000 vocalists before appearing on The Voice twice this year and getting a chair turn from singer Tom Jones.
A 16-year-old British-Japanese student at the Saffron Centre for Young Musicians (SCYM) has reached the final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year.