Musicals - Do the Time Warp
PUBLISHED: 11:36 10 March 2006 | UPDATED: 21:44 28 May 2010
IF you've never done the Time Warp before, you'll get your chance this evening as the Sing-along-a Rocky Horror Picture Show arrives in our area. The Corn Exchange is the venue for a screening of the camp standard, complete with subtitles so you too can s
IF you've never done the Time Warp before, you'll get your chance this evening as the Sing-along-a Rocky Horror Picture Show arrives in our area. The Corn Exchange is the venue for a screening of the camp standard, complete with subtitles so you too can sing-along to kitsch classics such as The Time Warp and Sweet Transvestite.There will be hip swivelling in abundance on Saturday as Elvis on Tour - the Legend reaches Cambridge. Spanning the king's career from the early days of rock 'n' roll to the late sixties Comeback Special, Elvis on Tour stops off at the city's Corn Exchange tomorrow. Tickets cost £17.50.London-based reggae funk outfit The Bellagios are playing Cambridge this weekend. Combining hip hop lyrics with Latin percussion, the Bellagios are appearing on Saturday night at the Soul Tree, Guildhall Place, Cambridge. A re-working of Shakespeare's Richard III is the main attraction at the Cambridge Arts Theatre this weekend. Director Tom Cornford leads a student company in the Marlowe Society's take on Shakespeare's first major hit. Richard III continues until Saturday. Tickets are priced at £10 and £15.The King's Theatre in Newmarket plays host to the award-winning musical Godspell. Catch it until next Friday, with tickets costing between £7 and £10. The Royal Shakespeare Company brings its touring version of The Canterbury Tales to the Fens this week. Littleport Leisure Centre is the venue for Chaucer's bawdy insights into the human condition. Tickets coste between £15 and £24 and there are performances continuing until Saturday. New film releases this week include a remake of Wes Craven's 1977 horror The Hills Have Eyes (18), Anthony Hopkins's latest The World's Fastest Indian (12A) and a drama set in the world of sports betting - Two For The Money (15) which unites Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey.