Royston Crow What's On Guide 26/04 - 01/05/07

PUBLISHED: 13:16 26 April 2007 | UPDATED: 15:05 12 May 2010

MOSTLY AUTUMN

MOSTLY AUTUMN

Thursday April 26 # Cambridge Arts Theatre: Three Sisters. 7.45pm and 2.30pm tonight and Saturday. £10-£27. (Ends Sat April 28). 01223 300085. Friday April 27 # Wimpole Estate: Stately Screenings Outdoor Cinema. Gates open 6.30pm, films will start around

Thursday April 26

# Cambridge Arts Theatre: Three Sisters. 7.45pm and 2.30pm tonight and Saturday. £10-£27. (Ends Sat April 28). 01223 300085.

Friday April 27

# Wimpole Estate: Stately Screenings Outdoor Cinema. Gates open 6.30pm, films will start around 8.30pm at dusk. Bring blankets and seating. Locally- sourced food and drinks are available on both nights.

Tonight's film: The Queen (12A), tomorrow night's film: Great Expectations (PG). Adult £12.50, child £7.50, family of four £30. Price includes a glass of wine or soft drink on arrival.

Saturday April 28

# Cambridge Corn Exchange: Boot-Led-Zeppelin. 7.30pm. £16. 01223 357851.

# Hatfield House: Fine Dining and Wine - Taste and discuss a series of the most prestigious wines with experts as you enjoy a five-course gourmet dinner created especially for the evening to complement and enhance the wines. 7.45-11pm. Tickets £90 per person.

# Plinston Hall, Letchworth: Mostly Autumn, 7.30pm. Lively mix of classic rock and folk. Tickets £12 advance, £14 door. Standing. 01462 672003.

Sunday April 29

# Gordon Craig Theatre: Freddie Starr. 7.30pm. £17.50-£18.50. 08700 131030.

Monday April 30

# Cambridge Arts Theatre: The Bargain starring Susan Hampshire. 7.45pm and 2.30pm on Thursday and Saturday. £10-£27. (Ends Saturday May 5).

Tuesday May 1

# Mumford Theatre, Cambridge: The Gate Escape. 7.30pm on 2.30pm on Wednesday. £9.50, students £8. (Ends Thursday May 3). 01223 352932.


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