It’s show time again
A NEW year in Cambridge can only mean one thing for entertainment enthusiasts – an exciting new line up of some of the UK s top performers. During the new season people of all ages and with all tastes can expect to see an assortment of music, drama, dance
A NEW year in Cambridge can only mean one thing for entertainment enthusiasts - an exciting new line up of some of the UK's top performers.
During the new season people of all ages and with all tastes can expect to see an assortment of music, drama, dance and comedy.
For comedy, Jethro returns in February along with Jimmy Carr in January, while music will be brought to the city by chart-toppers Amy Winehouse and Lemar, who are set to sing some of their hits in February and March.
For audience participation Sing-A-Along Abba is returning in April, and for the youngsters Scooby Doo Live On Stage will be coming to the Corn Exchange in February.
Meanwhile at the Arts Theatre plays such as Oklahoma (February), Horrible Histories (April), The Taming Of The Shrew and Twelfth Night (April) are bound to keep audiences glued to their seats.
The West End's spine-chiller The Woman In Black will also be making an appearance in March along with The Hound Of The Baskervilles.
- 1 Herts sex offender assaulted victim while she slept
- 2 Royston judoka Reid relishing Commonwealth Games chance
- 3 Bassingbourn Village College students win Pitch for the Prize competition
- 4 7 of the most beautiful churches in Hertfordshire
- 5 Tractors take to the streets to raise money for hospital
- 6 What to see in the sky in July: Year's biggest supermoon and meteor showers
- 7 Royston Museum finally reopens following two-year closure
- 8 'Hooded thieves' stole three vehicles
- 9 Census data reveals Hertfordshire population boom over last decade
- 10 Royston Town Council declares climate emergency
At The Junction, songstress Nerina Pallot and a show to keep the children entertained, The Gruffalo's Child, are events to get the new year off to a great start.