Theatre News

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The English Touring Opera will perform Puccini’s ‘Tosca’, “brimming with lust, corruption and intrigue”, and Gilbert & Sullivan’s all-singing all-dancing comedy ‘Patience’ at the Cambridge Arts Theatre next week.

It is 1977 (again) and part-time department store beautician Beverly and her short-tempered, workaholic estate-agent husband Laurence (Ben Caplan) are entertaining.

A restaging of a dramatic Tour de France race between Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani is coming to the Cambridge Junction on April 26.

Northern Ballet will bring Goldilocks & the Three Bears to life at The Key Theatre in Peterborough on Wednesday April 19.


The Cambridge Arts Theatre is welcoming what has been described as a ruthlessly accurate and painfully funny observation of suburbia comedy.

There is no doubt about it, when Daniel Bell puts his mark on a theatrical production we can be assured of highly entertaining, family fun and ‘Treasure Island’ was no different.

Ever wondered what it would be like to hear Ruth Madoc of Hi-de-Hi fame rap - well wonder no more as you can find out this week at the Cambridge Corn Exchange where she is part of a great cast currrently performing in the musical ‘The Wedding Singer’.


The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show will make its way off the page and onto the Theatre Royal stage in Bury St Edmunds next weekend.

This stage adaptation of Fellini’s 1954 film, La Strada (The Road) is beautiful, brutal, breathtaking and balletic.


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