Cambridge Arts Theatre’s spring season is brimming with entertainment for all theatrical tastes.
A two-week-old baby suffered a “catastrophic brain injury” after being attacked by a Staffordshire bull terrier at the family home in Yaxley, an inquest has heard.
A Papworth Everard man who sexually assaulted two girls at a sports club after telling them they were “stars of the future” has been jailed.
After a sold-out, award-nominated, Edinburgh show, Cambridge mathematics dropout and professional poker player, comedian Ken Cheng reaches Cambridge Junction on January 30.
Ambulance bosses have thanked staff, volunteers and patients for the hard work of frontline teams and using NHS services wisely over the Christmas period.
Rounding up a fantastic couple of weeks of Newmarket Nights announcements, with more due in the new year, Newmarket Racecourse has announced that Pete Tong will perform at the venue in August next year.
The Jockey Club Live and Newmarket Racecourse has announced that Madness will be performing at the racecourse next summer.
A man and a woman have been jailed after they attempted to blackmail a Stevenage man out of thousands of pounds in exchange for a sex tape.
Jess Glynne will be performing at Thetford Forest next summer as part of Forest Live 2019 series of concerts.
The Magic of Motown will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Saturday, December 8.
The NSPCC has received 214 referrals about child abuse in Cambridgeshire during the last 12 months, according to a new report.
Drivers and cyclists in the east of the region will benefit from better roads, thanks to a £54.7 million investment in repairs, the roads minister has announced.
Figures released today (November 7) by Network Rail show that members of the public in East Anglia have prevented suicide on 37 occasions at railway premises in the last three years.
Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art is showing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre until November 3.
A play based on the hit film - Shakespeare in Love - is showing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre in November.
Rick Astley brings his new tour - The Beautiful Life - to the Cambridge Corn Exchange.
The stage adaptation of Lisa Genova’s best-selling novel about early onset Alzheimer’s disease, Still Alice, opens in Cambridge next week.
Internationally acclaimed actors Jonathan Pryce and Dame Eileen Atkins star in Florian Zeller’s major new play The Height of the Storm at the Cambridge Arts Theatre.
St Neots man Kai Nazir has been found guilty of murdering Chris West and attempting to murder his friend Daniel Berryman following a trial at Cambridge Crown Court.
The two men accused of murdering Sam Mechelewski in Hinchingbrooke Country Park have denied the charges against them.
The award-winning all-male troupe return to Cambridge Arts Theatre with another fresh, fun and inventive spin on a classic Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera, Iolanthe.
The multi award-winning company, Mischief Theatre is returning to the Cambridge Arts Theatre with its new comedy blockbuster, Mischief Movie Night.
Newmarket Nights favourite James Blunt returns to the racecourse on June 29.
Bromswold Bike Fest - a Cambridgeshire-based cycling event - is hoping for a record turnout to help it bring its total charity fundraising effort to more than £30,000.
This summer’s Big Weekend and Cambridge Mela takes place on Parker’s Piece, from July 13-15.
A mobile service that offers advice and information on breast cancer is coming to March and Cambridge in June.
The Jockey Club Live and Newmarket Racecourses have announced that the final slot for this summer’s Newmarket Nights season is Magic of Motown.
The multi award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong returns to the Cambridge Arts Theatre later this month.
Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire is being staged at The Arts Theatre, in Cambridge, from May 1-5.
A former Hinchingbrooke Hospital nurse has been jailed after admitting he logged onto an internet chatroom to watch a live broadcast of a man raping a child.