The Christmas show will go on – well online – at Cambridge Junction this year.
The show will go on this Christmas after Cambridge Arts Theatre confirmed there will be a COVID-safe panto themed adventure taking the stage.
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.
A charity standup comedy night is being livestreamed from Cambridge Junction’s Facebook page tomorrow (Friday, November 20 at 8pm).
Cambridge Arts Theatre has received nearly £1million from the government to help face the ongoing challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
A new student-written comedy musical is coming to the Cambridge stage in the ADC Theatre next month.
Musical Ordinary Days opens at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge next month.
Pantomime is to go ahead at Chelmsford City Theatres this year with a run of Covid-secure performances of Sleeping Beauty, between November 27 and January 3.
Christmas is cancelled? Oh no, it isn’t! Car Park Panto is coming to IWM Duxford this December as the Cambridgeshire site welcomes the world’s first drive-in Christmas show.