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Lifecoaches Judy and Adrian Reith's new guide to living the life you want in retirement has lessons for anyone feeling cooped up at home.
The zoo's future may be hanging in the balance, with costs of almost £3,000 a day to look after the animals and no income from visitors
A stash of secret letters, a shadowy figure and one of England’s most famous authors inspired Gill Hornby’s new novel. Alex Spencer finds out more
Cambridgeshire author Bianca D'Agostino has written an uplifting children’s book entitled You Are Not the Boss of Me.
When you have to work and want to keep the kids happy, it's time to press play on our pick of the best children's TV shows available to stream now
Tickety Boo Illustration has created a picture for people to display in their windows.
Cambridgeshire indie rock band Tom Lumley & the Brave Liaison are to release Sign of the Times next month.
Singer-songwriter Tom Robinson is celebrating a landmark birthday this year. But he nearly didn’t make it this far.
Wendy James, as the face of Transvision Vamp, was a global star. Now a solo artist, she will be appearing at the Cambridge Junction in May.
This heart-warming story of two drag queens and a transsexual who take a road trip across Australia is on until tomorrow (Saturday, February 15).
The popular musical, starring Joe McFadden, begins tonight (Monday, February 10) and runs until Saturday (February 15).
Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara, who have won many admirers for their their performances on Strictly Come Dancing, are taking Hollywood on tour.
God of Carnage - a comedy by Yasmina Reza - is on this week at the Cambridge Arts Theatre.
A regular fixture on our TV screens, Tiff Stevenson is back on tour and out to show that stepmothers are not cartoonish villans.
Back for his third UK stand-up tour, Grimsby’s favourite football-loving comedian and choirboy discusses his two passions.
The Endellion String Quartet continued its journey through the complete string quartets of Beethoven on Wednesday evening (February 26).
Organisers say those who have already booked tickets will be offered the choice of a refund or the chance to hold onto the tickets for next year.
Last event of annual showcase reveals society far slower adapting to climate change than to coronavirus
Organisers have cancelled the remainder of the programme to avoid inadvertently exposing visitors and staff to the risk of coronavirus.
This year the festival's theme is Vision, covering new technology, the environment and advances in healthcare - plus a few impressive explosions
Anglia Ruskin University lecturer Jim Butler took up his drawing pad at the Hills Road pub.
A cheeky night out for Valentine's Day at Cambridge University's Museum of Classical Archaeology
Alex Spencer talks with Tom Watson the former deputy leader of the Labour Party who has shunned sugar and turned his health around
Museum Remix display at the Museum of Classical Archaeology will uncover the hidden LGBTQ+ stories from classical history
All the events, and a map, to help you to explore the city’s museums after dark and discover what's lurking in the shadows on Wednesday February 19.
White Watch performed the worm, the floss and a walking handstand while in protective gear.
Diane Louise Jordan recently returned from Rwanda where she watched a 10-year-old boy undergo a single operation that has changed his life forever.
When Mandy Morton's beloved cat died, she took the unusual step of turning her into a fictional detective, as Alex Spencer finds out.
The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge has launched experience vouchers, that allow individuals to send a gift to a loved one they can’t see.
Martin Walters goes in search of a rare bird... and finds it over the border in Norfolk.