A little known encounter between two of the world’s greatest comedy legends is the inspiration for this outlandish theatrical caper, Charlie and Stan.
Ahead of the show landing at the Corn Exchange, Julia Donaldson discusses how she develops her ideas.
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain will be coming to Cambridge next week, starting its run on Tuesday, August 24.
Based on the children’s novel by Roald Dahl, the show was performed twice on Saturday (July 31) at Coleridge School.
Also look out for an adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's Zog.
The Scottish Play began the first night of its lengthy run on Monday, August 2.
Toby Mitchell, joint artistic director of Tall Stories, answered some questions ahead of the first night of the play.
From a Regency serial killer to Agatha Christie, Lucy Worsley will reveal the dark story behind murder becoming a middle class entertainment
A terrifying masterpiece and one of the West End's longest-running plays is on until Saturday, June 26.
The production was named in the Evening Standard’s eight ‘best dance shows to see in 2020’.
The theatre will be bringing live performance to the region once again after its longest period of closure since World War II.
The virtual debate was on the motion ‘This House believes the hype around Shakespeare is Much Ado about Nothing’
Following news that Cambridgeshire will move into Tier 4 on Boxing Day, the final performances will be today (Dec 24).
Parenting columnist Emilie Silverwood-Cope enjoyed a night of panto fun at the Cambridge Arts Theatre's socially distanced show.
Panto is back and Cambridge’s number one Dame reckons this year's is going to be an emotional rollercoaster.
New shows at the ADC include a New York-based musical and, below, a comedy about stealing the crown jewels