People in the stalls are invited to join the banquet where the ghost of Banquo appears.
As with a play by Luigi Pirandello, it is up to us which one we believe
The other works in the programme were ‘Gloria’ by Vivaldi, ‘Etheldreda’ from ‘Fenland Images’ by the conductor, Andrew Parnell, and ‘Mass in D’ by Dvorak.
Frankenstein presented by Tilted Wig at Cambridge Arts Theatre: Until Saturday, October 7 then touring.
Farm Hall by Katherine Moar at Cambridge Arts Theatre Curious isn’t it that the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima – and Nagasaki not by the...
This show is exhilarating. At the end of the first night performance at Cambridge Arts Theatre the entire audience stood up and cheered, all of them:...
Technically, of course, an older woman courting and hoping to entice a young man into marriage sounds like a classic case of grooming. And as for...
In the history of this island nation, there have been men and women who have left their mark with the most extraordinary acts of courage and...
Demon Dentist is enough to set your teeth on edge. It’s about a witch who steals children’s teeth. Instead of leaving a shiny pound coin under...
Of Mice and Men is a powerful production of a difficult and harrowing play. There are some outstanding performances from a strong cast. Based on the...
This is an elegant opera performed with wit and verve creating a sparkling evening of entertainment. English Touring Opera presents Handel’s Giulio Cesare with a superb...
Jeremiah Horrocks walked much of the way from his home in Toxteth Liverpool to take up his Cambridge place in 1632. The son of a watchmaker,...
Launched in 1977 as a Play for Today on BBC Television, Abigail’s Party – an evening where two married couples get drunk and reveal their secrets – truly...
Mog The Forgetful Cat by The Wardrobe Ensemble at Cambridge Arts Theatre. This is a delightful show, Judith Kerr’s story about Mog the Forgetful Cat is...
It is a lovely irony that a book that is all about how to catch your man and keep him can be performed so excellently on...
It is expected that the store would employ 15 people on a full-time equivalent basis
South Cambs District Council 'aiming to identify a total of at least £2 million in savings by April 2026'
The awards are organised by Nursery Management Today magazine
Dance workshops have focussed on the boys developing their creative and choreographic skills
Peter Smith had been out of prison for just two days when his offending started again.
Peterborough could be left without an indoor public swimming pool unless up to £15million can be found for repairs and...
Friends of the Earth report shows extent of bus cuts across Cambridgeshire
Cambridgeshire police operates a dedicated, confidential hotline, 0800 032 0845, to report drink or drug drivers
The driver of the car, a 25-year-old woman from Potton, Bedfordshire, was uninjured
This was a planned theft with men acting as lookout court told
Harding was foiled by CCTV and fingerprints left at the scene.
Imitation gun on youths during Christmas lights switch on
Tracking device alerts police to stolen Range Rover
Londis has 21 days to appeal to magistrates against the decision.
IFABS Building Services Ltd and MAE Building and Construction burglary victims
TR Events hope to host the parties at Sunnyridge Farm, Mill Road, Lode.
Failure to comply with the partial closure order of Peterborough flat is a criminal offence
PC Christopher Smits, who investigated, said: “The incident was extremely frightening for the young child."
'We have huge aspirations for growth in Peterborough and a key part of our plans is an improved transport system'
Cambridge City Council prosecuted Ben Thornton of Howard Road, Cambridge
“Now anyone who lost a loved one to Covid has somewhere to go and reflect or lay flowers"
The Wheatsheaf junction is a priority for the county council. Casualty statistics make grim reading.
Peterborough City Council says it stores 3,500 tonnes of salt at its contractor's depot
Ben Williams, 32, used a claw hammer to repeatedly hit the victim
The direction will come into force from Monday 1 January 2024 for two years
These were scene on the A14 near Cambridge this afternoon
230 people killed or injured on Cambridgeshire roads since start of 2022 because of drink or drug driver.
Cyber and fraud prevention officer Kate Thwaites said: “These crimes often have a devastating impact on the victims"
PC Cullimore took on the role specifically to support local businesses
The wonky tree will be in pride of place at FACET charity college festive car boot and sale