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Cambridge Handel Opera Company returns with history in mind

Cambridge Handel Opera Company returns with history in mind

Cambridge Handel Opera Company returns with history in mind

28 March 2018

Newly-revived Cambridge Handel Opera Company (CHOC) will be staging the Baroque composer's Rodelinda in The Great Hall at The Leys next month.


Popular drama The Weir starts tomorrow in Cambridge

Popular drama The Weir starts tomorrow in Cambridge

Popular drama The Weir starts tomorrow in Cambridge

05 March 2018

This classic piece of theatre, winner of the 1997 Olivier Award for Best New Play, will be on at the Cambridge Arts Theatre as part of a UK tour.


Strangers on a Train: edge-of-the-seat drama at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Strangers on a Train: edge-of-the-seat drama at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Strangers on a Train: edge-of-the-seat drama at Cambridge Arts Theatre

28 February 2018

This new production, based on the 1950 novel by Patricia Highsmith and made famous a year later by the Alfred Hitchcock film, is on until Saturday, March 3.


Call the Midwife star Jack Ashton is on board for Strangers on a Train at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Call the Midwife star Jack Ashton is on board for Strangers on a Train at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Call the Midwife star Jack Ashton is on board for Strangers on a Train at Cambridge Arts Theatre

25 February 2018

New production also stars Christopher Harper (Coronation Street), John Middleton (Emmerdale) and Hannah Tointon (Mr Selfridge)


Havers and co shine in ART at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Havers and co shine in ART at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Havers and co shine in ART at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

16 February 2018

Three of the UK's finest actors are appearing at the venue in the city until February 24 in a new production of Yasmina Reza's ART.


Nigel Havers play starts its UK tour in Cambridge next week

Nigel Havers play starts its UK tour in Cambridge next week

Nigel Havers play starts its UK tour in Cambridge next week

10 February 2018

One of Britain's best loved actors returns to a city for which he has great and long-standing affection.


The Nutcracker brings joy and snow to Cambridge

The Nutcracker brings joy and snow to Cambridge

The Nutcracker brings joy and snow to Cambridge

04 January 2018

This spectacular new version of The Nutcracker, brought to the Corn Exchange by the Saint Petersburg Classical Ballet, provided the perfect festive family treat.


From hairdos to heroes with Rapunzel at Cambridge Junction

From hairdos to heroes with Rapunzel at Cambridge Junction

From hairdos to heroes with Rapunzel at Cambridge Junction

15 December 2017

The Junction is inviting you to let your hair down this Christmas with its take on the classic story of Rapunzel. Andy Veale and son Harvey took them up on the offer.


Jack and the Beanstalk at Cambridge Arts Theatre: Masterclass of pantomime fun all the way from Amarillo

Jack and the Beanstalk at Cambridge Arts Theatre: Masterclass of pantomime fun all the way from Amarillo

Jack and the Beanstalk at Cambridge Arts Theatre: Masterclass of pantomime fun all the way from Amarillo

15 December 2017

Paul Kirkley and son George head to Cambridge Arts Theatre to catch up with some familiar faces – and new stars – in this year’s panto, Jack and the Beanstalk.


Laragh Homes staff meets cast of Jack & the Beanstalk on now at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Laragh Homes staff meets cast of Jack & the Beanstalk on now at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Laragh Homes staff meets cast of Jack & the Beanstalk on now at Cambridge Arts Theatre

13 December 2017

The cast and crew of the pantomime recently got together with special guests from Laragh Homes, the show's headline sponsor.


Jack & the Beanstalk starring Holly Easterbrook and Tony Christie on at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Jack & the Beanstalk starring Holly Easterbrook and Tony Christie on at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Jack & the Beanstalk starring Holly Easterbrook and Tony Christie on at Cambridge Arts Theatre

10 December 2017

For the second year running, actress Holly Easterbrook will be starring in panto at the Cambridge Arts Theatre over the Christmas period.


Critically-acclaimed People, Places and Things at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Critically-acclaimed People, Places and Things at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Critically-acclaimed People, Places and Things at Cambridge Arts Theatre

22 November 2017

People, Places & Things director Jeremy Herrin gives an insight into tackling a powerful play which looks at addiction and rehab.


Cambridge Literary Festival to host New York-born writer Erica Wagner

Cambridge Literary Festival to host New York-born writer Erica Wagner

Cambridge Literary Festival to host New York-born writer Erica Wagner

20 November 2017

New York-born writer and critic Erica Wagner reveals the story of one of America's forgotten heroes in her latest book. She spoke with the Cambridge Independent ahead of her appearance at the Cambridge Literary Festival.


Review: In the Dark – a 30 minute sound experience

Review: In the Dark – a 30 minute sound experience

Review: In the Dark – a 30 minute sound experience

17 November 2017

I start this piece with a disclaimer.


Cambridge Corn Exchange to host The Three Wine Men

Cambridge Corn Exchange to host The Three Wine Men

Cambridge Corn Exchange to host The Three Wine Men

17 November 2017

Calling all wine aficionados, connoisseurs and indeed anyone keen to learn more about the boudoir of the grape, the Corn Exchange will be turned into a wine-tasting palace for one day only on Saturday.


Michael Frayn talks ahead of Cambridge Literary Festival event

Michael Frayn talks ahead of Cambridge Literary Festival event

Michael Frayn talks ahead of Cambridge Literary Festival event

02 November 2017

One of the finest living exponents of the written word, Michael Frayn, a graduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, is one of only a small number of people writing in the English language to succeed in both drama and fiction.


How the Other Loves, a laugh-out-loud farce on in Cambridge

How the Other Loves, a laugh-out-loud farce on in Cambridge

How the Other Loves, a laugh-out-loud farce on in Cambridge

02 November 2017

There is still time to catch this fantastic Alan Ayckbourn play, starring Robert Daws and Caroline Langrishe, at the Cambridge Arts Theatre.


Smack That (a conversation): As likeable as it is important

Smack That (a conversation): As likeable as it is important

Smack That (a conversation): As likeable as it is important

27 October 2017

A girl called Bev is having a party and you're invited. It's like any party - there's cider and buffet table, and the host isn't a girl you know well. She looks cool in her glittery socks and white trainers. She's even wearing a silver wig. You'd like to be her mate.


David Walliams' Awful Auntie on in Cambridge next week

David Walliams' Awful Auntie on in Cambridge next week

David Walliams' Awful Auntie on in Cambridge next week

19 October 2017

The Cambridge Arts Theatre hosts this thrilling children's play, based on the popular book by writer/comedian David Walliams.


The Best Man on this week at Cambridge Arts Theatre

The Best Man on this week at Cambridge Arts Theatre

The Best Man on this week at Cambridge Arts Theatre

18 October 2017

This tense political thriller, making its debut on the UK stage, stars Martin Shaw and Jeff Fahey.


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