The adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’ best selling novel Birdsong is coming to Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Rock’n’roll show Dreamboats and petticoats (pictured) starts a run at the Cambridge Arts Theatre on Monday.
Let’s be honest, when the version of Superman which most of us have hot-wired into our cinematic memory banks first hit the screen, we didn’t believe a man could fly despite what the tagline claimed.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking West End show, Cats, is coming to Milton Keynes.
“Fear is not real. It is a product of thoughts you create. Do not misunderstand me. Danger is very real. But fear is a choice.”
Turkey may be one of this summer’s major tourist destinations, but it’s still possible to escape the crowds.
Gourmet food, an A-list international film festival and the opportunity to dangle from one of the world’s tallest buildings confirm Toronto’s status as the entertainment capital of Canada.
With Spain tipped by the Post Office to be the cheapest European destination this summer, Tony Looch takes a coach trip through the north and discovers a wealth of history and impressive architecture.
As the British Museum stages a blockbuster exhibition on Pompeii and Herculaneum, Kate Whiting visits southern Italy to explore the fascinating archaeological sites and take in the beautiful Amalfi Coast.
Cricket St Thomas used to be a safari park and the infamous home of Noel’s House Party. Now Mr Blobby and the exotic animals have all gone home, leaving behind a beautiful, rolling country park and a new kind of stylish family lodge holiday, says Emily Shelley.
A swing band will be rocking out on stage next week.
Random Access Memories is the fourth studio album by French electronic music duo Daft Punk.
Some of the finest soul and swing tracks around will be heard at one Chronicle Country venue this weekend.
Soul and swing are genres appreciated by many a music lover, and fans will be pleased to hear that one of Chronicle Country’s top crooners is in the area this weekend.
A popular Adele tribute artist will be among the acts entertaining gig goers in Chronicle Country this weekend.
Put your money down for some fabulous theatrical productions.
What lurks in the deep, dark wood?
Opera enthusiasts will adore Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte (pictured), as performed by English National Opera. See it at Cambridge Arts Theatre tonight (Friday) at 7.30pm. Tickets cost from £15.
Review by Alan Wooding
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Wednesday 19 June 2013
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