This new play by William Gaminara, which is actress Ruth Jones' first stage role since 2006, runs until Saturday, November 17.
The new production about men and power, which discusses the rapidly changing landscape of Brexit Britain, will be on at J2 on Wednesday, November 21.
Sir Ian Mckellen has announced a huge UK tour of one man shows and will be coming to Cambridge for two nights.
Audiences watch a short play for 50 minutes about the life of a struggling single-mother, named Megan K, and then after a short break they are invited to imagine different outcomes for all the characters.
The Cambridge Arts Theatre will provide a stage for the Scottish actress to demonstrate her undoubted talents when Still Alice, starring Sharon in the title role, begins its five-day run on Tuesday, October 16.
This comedic piece, written by and starring former Young Ones actors Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer – and directed by Steven Marmion, artistic director of Soho Theatre – is on at the Cambridge Arts Theatre until Saturday.
No Surrender will be performed at the Cambridge Junction on Sunday, October 14.
The popular image of Queen Victoria is that of a little old lady, spherical in shape, dressed in black and perpetually grumpy. Lucy Worsley wants to make us think again.
An evening spent with two lovely friends and an opportunity to see The Full Monty, what could be better?
World famous ballet dancer, choreographer and TV personality Wayne Sleep will lead the cast of Aladdin at this year's family pantomime.
Best known as Frank Spencer Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, and as the Phantom of the Opera, the actor and singer also does a great deal for charity.