Sunday, December 4, 2016
Alison Balsom

The audience was on its feet after the final notes of The Zurich Chamber Orchestra at Cambridge Corn Exchange with soloists Alison Balsom, trumpet and Gabriela Montero, piano.

Meldreth is getting ready to rock with top music from Chase The Ace tonight.


The owner of a Royston Indian restaurant said he is excited about throwing the first Bollywood-themed fundraiser in the town on Friday.



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Dick Whittington, this year’s show at Cambridge Arts Theatre, written by Al Morley with the dame Matt Crosby, has panache and aplomb. It fizzes from the opening moments and keeps up the fast pace right to the end.

People in South Cambs are in for a real treat next weekend as the Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society are currently putting the finishing touches to their annual pantomime, and this year it’s Jack and the Beanstalk.


After nearly 90 years, is Lady Chatterley’s Lover still naughty? This adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s notorious novel at the Arts Theatre, is a veritable kit-off fest as the posh Lady Chatterley gets on down with the earthy gamekeeper Mellors. She does this many many times – one reason why the play is a very long one, almost three hours.

Felicity Kendal did somewhat steal the show in this new version of A Room with a View, directed by Adrian Noble, at the Cambridge Arts Theatre.


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