Royston Crow What’s On Guide - 13/09/06

PUBLISHED: 13:33 13 September 2006 | UPDATED: 14:49 12 May 2010

THEA GILMORE: At The junction next Wednesday.

THEA GILMORE: At The junction next Wednesday.

Thursday # Boxfield Gallery, Stevenage: Fiona Benjamin will be exhibiting her mosaic creations. (ends October 1). # Royston Museum: The Land That Time Forgot. (Until September 24). # The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge: Mission Impossible? Ethics and Choice

Thursday

# Boxfield Gallery, Stevenage: Fiona Benjamin will be exhibiting her mosaic creations. (ends October 1).

# Royston Museum: The Land That Time Forgot. (Until September 24).

# The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge: Mission Impossible? Ethics and Choices in Conservation. (until September 24).

# Kettle's Yard, Cambridge: Lines of Enquiry: thinking through drawing. (ends Sunday). For more information call 01223 352124.

Friday

# Audley End House: Experience Day - Photography. 10.30am-4.30pm. £45 including lunch.

# Cottered Community Centre: Live Rock 'n' Roll Night in aid of Herts Society for the Blind. 8pm. £8 including supper. For tickets call 01992 588145.

Saturday

# Hatfield House: Shakespeare Sonnet Walks. 11am-4.30pm. £8. (ends tomorrow). For more information call 01707 643620.

# The Cambridge Corn Exchange: Estampas Portenas in Tango Fire. 7.30pm. £16.50-£22.00.

Sunday

# Hitchin Folk Club: Tanglefoot plus Keith Pearson. 7.30pm.

# The Cambridge Corn Exchange: Puccini's Madama Butterfly. 7.30pm. a

£21.00-£31.00.

# Heritage Centre, Manor House, Buntingford: Buntingford Architecture - the exhibition looks at past and present buildings in the market town. 2-5pm. Admission free.

# The Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage: Street Dance Productions. 2.30pm and 7.30pm. £8.00 and £13.00. Under 15s £3.50 discount.

Monday

# Cambridge Arts Theatre: Heroes starring Art Malik. 7.45pm and 2.30pm on Saturdays. £10.00-£27. (Ends September 23).

Tuesday

# The Cambridge Corn Exchange: The Vagina Monologues. 7.30pm. £19-£21.

Wednesday

# The Junction, Cambridge: Thea Gilmore. 8pm. £15.


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