What's on in-and-around Royston April 19 - 25

PUBLISHED: 12:06 19 April 2007 | UPDATED: 15:05 12 May 2010

Thursday April 19 - Cambridge Arts Theatre: Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis starring Maureen Lipman and Lesley Dunlop. 7.45pm and 2.30pm today and Saturday. £10-£27. (Ends Saturday April 21). 01223 503333. - ADC Theatre, Cambridge: Pygmalion by

Thursday April 19

- Cambridge Arts Theatre: Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis starring Maureen Lipman and Lesley Dunlop. 7.45pm and 2.30pm today and Saturday. £10-£27. (Ends Saturday April 21). 01223 503333.

- ADC Theatre, Cambridge: Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. 7.45pm and 2.30pm on Saturday. £7-£9. (Ends Saturday April 21). 01223 300085.

- The Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage: Elkie Brooks. 7.45pm. £21.50. 08700 131030.

Friday April 20

- Cambridge Corn Exchange: Motown Memories - 40th anniversary tour. 7.30pm. £18.50-£19.50. 01223 357851.

- Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage: Curtis Stigers. 7.45pm. £18-£20

- Plinston Hall, Letchworth: Nine Below Zero, 7.30pm. £12 advance, £14 on door. 01462 672003.

Saturday April 21

- The Junction, Cambridge: Arts Careers Fair - seminars, presentations and stalls offering advice and information on careers in the arts sector. Noon-5pm. Free

- Wimpole Estate: St George Food and Beer Celebrations - Celebrate the patron saint of England with traditional English recipes in the Old Rectory Restaurant, complemented by locally produced traditional ales. (Ends Monday)

Monday April 23

- Mumford Theatre, Cambridge: A Week of Short Plays presented by the Cambridge Drama Festival. 7.30pm. Adults £7, concessions £6, season ticket for the week £22, concessions £20. (Ends Saturday April 28). 01223 352932.

Tuesday April 24

- Cambridge Arts Theatre: Three Sisters. 7.45pm and 2.30pm on Thursday and Saturday. £10-£27. (Ends Saturday April 28).

Wednesday April 25

- The Orange Tree, Norton Rd Baldock: Session/Singaround. 8.30pm. Entry £2.

- Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage: Bucks Fizz and Brotherhood of Man. 7.45pm. £15.


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