Cambridge Corn Exchange plans to stay open
It’s described as a thriller but it’s more of a sigh than a scream
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.
With some of the best songs ever written for the stage, this is set in 1950s New York.
A dancer said at the post-show gathering they could feel the energy and enthusiasm coming back to them from the audience.
Some of us think that you have never heard a piece of music until you have seen the Richard Alston Dance Company dance to it - yet, sadly the company says this is to be their final, ever tour - after 25 years on stage.
The play is based on a true story, It is set in a village in the remote Scottish Highlands and told by women in three different eras.
At this children’s play (age guidance 3+) the audience can, as it were, jump on board the broom with the witch and her cat.
In the wake of yet another mass shooting, Senator Henry Jekyll, a bold, young, candidate for the Oval Office, promises to end America’s love affair with guns.