What's on in-and-around Royston June 7 - 13

PUBLISHED: 13:11 07 June 2007 | UPDATED: 15:08 12 May 2010

Thursday June 7 - Gordon Craig Theatre: Dead Guilty (until Sat June 9). Tue-Sat 7.45pm, Thur and Sat mat 2.30pm. £12.50-£16.50. 08700 131030. - Mumford Theatre: The Cross and the Switchblade (until Fri June 8). 7.45pm. £10, £7.50 concessions. 0845

Thursday June 7

- Gordon Craig Theatre: Dead Guilty (until Sat June 9). Tue-Sat 7.45pm, Thur and Sat mat 2.30pm. £12.50-£16.50. 08700 131030.

- Mumford Theatre: The Cross and the Switchblade (until Fri June 8). 7.45pm. £10, £7.50 concessions. 0845 1962320.

- Cambridge Arts Theatre: Hay Fever (until Sat June 9). Mon-Sat 7.45pm, Sat and Thurs 2.30pm. £10-27. 01223 503333.

Friday June 8

- Plinston Hall, Letchworth: The Smyths and Re-order 7.30pm. £11 adv, £13 on the door. 01462 672003.

Saturday June 9

- The Junction: Nearly Dan. £12 advanced tickets. 01223 511511.

- Mumford Theatre: Claire Martin. 7.30pm. £15, £12 concessions. 0845 1962320

- Bassingbourn Barracks: Memphis Belle Hangar Dance. 6.30pm. £20.

- Bushel and Strike, Ashwell: Maxwell, Hammer and Smith. 9pm.

Sunday June 10

- Gordon Craig Theatre: Dominic Kirwan. 7.45pm. £16.50, £15 concessions. 08700 131030.

Tuesday June 12

- Gordon Craig Theatre: The Decorator (until Sat June 16). Tue-Sat 7.45pm, Thurs and Sat mat 2.30pm. £12.50-£16.50. 08700 131030.

- Cambridge Arts Theatre: Nothing But The Truth (until Sat June 16). Tues-Sat 7.45pm, Sat and Thurs 2.30pm. £10-20. 01223 503333.

- ADC Theatre: Cambridge Footlights, Wham Bam (until Sat June 23). 7.45pm. £5-8. 01223 300085

Wednesday June 13

- ADC Theatre: Tommy and the Weeks (until Sat June 16). 11pm. £4-5. 01223 300085.

- The Old Red Lion, Park Street: Out of the Blue. Free. 8.45pm.


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