Royston Crow What's On Diary

PUBLISHED: 11:19 07 September 2007 | UPDATED: 15:14 12 May 2010

Thursday Gordon Craig Theatre: Dad s Army (until September 8). 7.45pm. £14-18.50. 08700 131030. The Boxfield Gallery: Jean Picton (until September 9). 08700 131030. Friday Cambridge Arts Theatre: Shadowlands (until September 8). 7.45pm. £10-30. 01223 5

Thursday

Gordon Craig Theatre: Dad's Army (until September 8). 7.45pm. £14-18.50. 08700 131030.

The Boxfield Gallery: Jean Picton (until September 9). 08700 131030.

Friday

Cambridge Arts Theatre: Shadowlands (until September 8). 7.45pm. £10-30. 01223 503333.

The Junction: Club Goo with Black Wire and The Tupolev Ghost. £6 advanced. 01223 511511.

Saturday

Cambridge Corn Exchange: One Night of Queen. 7.30pm. £17.50. 01223 357851.

Gordon Craig Theatre: Lenny Henry: Where You From? 8pm. £22.50. 08700 131030.

Sidney Sussex Chapel, Cambridge: Cosi Fan Tutte. 8pm. £15. 01223 357851.

Sunday

Gordon Craig Theatre: The Misfits. 12-3pm. £15 for jazz and lunch or £5 for just jazz. 08700 131030.

Gordon Craig Theatre: Voulez Vous. 8pm. £16.75. 08700 131030.

Cambridge Arts Theatre: Clare Teal. 7.45pm. £20-10. 01223 503333.

Monday

Cambridge Corn Exchange: Corn Exchange Open Day. 11am, 1pm or 3pm. Free. 01223 457555.

Gordon Craig Theatre: The Patsy Cline Show. 7.45pm. £16.75. 08700 131030.

Cambridge Arts Theatre: How The Other Half Loves (until September 15). 7.45pm. £27-10. 01223 503333.

The Soul Tree, Cambridge: Bearsuit. £6. 01223 511511.

Tuesday

Gordon Craig Theatre: Dangerous Corner (until September 15). 7.45pm. £12.50-17.50. 08700 131030.

Cambridge Corn Exchange: The Gossip. 7.30pm. £13. 01223 357851.


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