Music, storytelling, theatre, animation shows, radio drama, visual art, magic workshops and poetry performances are just some of the entertainment available online as ‘The Library Presents’ goes virtual because of COVID-19.
The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity has launched an urgent ‘support our services’ appeal as it expects to lose at least £700,000 of potential income over the next six months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Cambridgeshire’s firefighters spread some much-needed positivity across the nation as their synchronised dance routine - which has since been viewed 132,000 times - made it onto one of the country’s most watched television shows.
Strictly Come Dancing’s 2017 winner Joe McFadden (Heartbeat and Holby City) stars in a new production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert at the Cambridge Corn Exchange from February 10-15. Ahead of the show we caught up with him for a chat about what people can expect from the production.
Horrific cases of animal neglect, a company that produced counterfeit sweatshirts “on a mass scale” and the proliferation of illicit tobacco all feature in the annual report by Cambridgeshire trading standards.
Joaquin Phoenix delivers a career-best performance in Joker - a bloody, battered and bruised portrayal of a misunderstood man whose pained existence in a fractured and cruel world leads to worryingly nonchalant outbursts of violence.
An exhilarating and brilliantly ridiculous spin off from the Fast & Furious franchise, Hobbs & Shaw brings two of the biggest - and most bankable - names in Hollywood together for two hours and 20 minutes of relentlessly-paced high-octane action.