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Comedy masters Marks and Gran on Cluedo 2: ‘There’s no nudity, swearing or blood… but loads of murders’

Comedy masters Marks and Gran on Cluedo 2: ‘There’s no nudity, swearing or blood… but loads of murders’

Comedy masters Marks and Gran on Cluedo 2: ‘There’s no nudity, swearing or blood… but loads of murders’

It’s coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre.


Review: Murder in the Dark comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: Murder in the Dark comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: Murder in the Dark comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Written by Torben Betts, this “spine-chilling ghost story, turned psychological thriller” stars Susie Blake and Tom Chambers.


Susie Blake relishes playing ‘out there’ character in Murder in the Dark

Susie Blake relishes playing ‘out there’ character in Murder in the Dark

Susie Blake relishes playing ‘out there’ character in Murder in the Dark

The ‘spine-chilling ghost story, turned psychological thriller’ also stars Tom Chambers, winner of the sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing.


Theatre Club – A discussion of performance at Cambridge Junction

Theatre Club – A discussion of performance at Cambridge Junction

Theatre Club – A discussion of performance at Cambridge Junction

The club is an informal post-show conversation for audience members to share what they thought about a performance.


George Kemp heads to Cambridge for The Time Machine – A Comedy, and tells us about Bridgerton

George Kemp heads to Cambridge for The Time Machine – A Comedy, and tells us about Bridgerton

George Kemp heads to Cambridge for The Time Machine – A Comedy, and tells us about Bridgerton

‘I was more interested in their mums’ he admits.


Review: The Circle at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Circle at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

Review: The Circle at the Cambridge Arts Theatre

The classic Somerset Maugham play from 1921 stars Jane Asher, Clive Francis and Nicholas Le Prevost


Jane Asher: ‘If it’s wonderfully written then it will stand the test of time’

Jane Asher: ‘If it’s wonderfully written then it will stand the test of time’

Jane Asher: ‘If it’s wonderfully written then it will stand the test of time’

The actress will soon be in Cambridge, taking on the lead role in the latest adaptation of The Circle, Somerset Maugham’s comedy of manners.


Temper Theatre returns with tales of the Fens

Temper Theatre returns with tales of the Fens

Temper Theatre returns with tales of the Fens

Home explores the beauty and hope that lies beyond the tangled recollections of our pasts, confronting vivid visions of a haunted bygone wilderness.


Rising stars sought by National Youth Music Theatre

Rising stars sought by National Youth Music Theatre

Rising stars sought by National Youth Music Theatre

NYMT is holding audition workshops across the UK throughout January and February, including one in Cambridge this weekend.


Review: Hansel and Gretel at Cambridge Junction is full of delights, emotion and social commentary

Review: Hansel and Gretel at Cambridge Junction is full of delights, emotion and social commentary

Review: Hansel and Gretel at Cambridge Junction is full of delights, emotion and social commentary

Maddy Costa delivers a verdict on the Cambridge Junction’s festive show.


Lighting the Dark, ‘an honest tale about Christmas and its traditions’, heads to the Cambridge Junction

Lighting the Dark, ‘an honest tale about Christmas and its traditions’, heads to the Cambridge Junction

Lighting the Dark, ‘an honest tale about Christmas and its traditions’, heads to the Cambridge Junction

Told through folk music, jazz and some seasonal tunes, the piece was written by Martin Green, a member of English/Scottish folk band Lau.


Panto review: Paul Kirkley’s verdict on Mother Goose at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Panto review: Paul Kirkley’s verdict on Mother Goose at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Panto review: Paul Kirkley’s verdict on Mother Goose at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Our columnist enjoys this family Christmas treat set in “our fair city of Cambridge” – the perfect backdrop for this year’s show


I’m Sorry Prime Minister I Can’t Quite Remember – new play the ‘last hurrah’ for Prime Minister Jim Hacker and Humphrey Appleby

I’m Sorry Prime Minister I Can’t Quite Remember – new play the ‘last hurrah’ for Prime Minister Jim Hacker and Humphrey Appleby

I’m Sorry Prime Minister I Can’t Quite Remember – new play the ‘last hurrah’ for Prime Minister Jim Hacker and Humphrey Appleby

On this week at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, the play was written and directed by Jonathan Lynn, co-creator of Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister.


Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None coming soon to Cambridge Arts Theatre

Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None coming soon to Cambridge Arts Theatre

Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None coming soon to Cambridge Arts Theatre

Directed by Lucy Bailey, the play stars Bob Barrett, Joseph Beattie, Andrew Lancel and Nicola May-Taylor.


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