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.
Transgender comedian Jordan Gray, who hit the headlines after stripping on live TV during an appearance on Friday Night Live, is coming to Cambridge.
Angela’s Cambridge show will reflect on marriage, being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and her love of nuclear bunkers.
A play inspired by the secret wire tapping of German nuclear scientists imprisoned in a Godmanchester stately home in 1945 is coming to Cambridge.
From the outrageous to the hilarious, Rob Manuel has heard people admit to all kinds of bizarre behaviour – including what Cambridge has ’fessed up to
Rain did not stop the players putting on an hilarious show – with nods to Vanilla Ice, emo teenagers and kilt wearers everywhere.
An interview with director David Crilly.
Other events include a beer festival, a concert showcasing the work of Ivor Novello, a feast day, a dance night and a quiz night.
The studio on Glisson Road, Cambridge, has taught many West End performers.
Twelfth Night and The Merchant of Venice, have been adapted for a new stage version by Madeleine Forrester, who also directs the production.
The stars of a new play about the friendship between two literary giants reveal how it feels to be bringing it to an audience,
Steve will be bringing his Ocean live show back to venues across the country, including Cambridge, later this year.
Director James Grieve promises audiences are in store for feel-good fun.
The star tells us about family life, equality and her love of gardening and painting.
The Death in Paradise star tells us about his new play Charlotte and Theodore and his TV shows.
Joe Absolom reveals the reactions he gets around the country.
The famous parenting podcaster and I'm a Celebrity winner discusses returning to the stage and bonding with Princess Kate over mum guilt.