Playwright Amie M Marie's latest play, Scrounge, is a story about the unfairness of the benefits system on disabled people.
Enjoy House of Gucci, Encanto, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, King Richard, It's a Wonderful Life, A Boy Called Christmas and No Time To Die.
A performance of Lear’s The Dong with a Luminous Nose, an all-singing, all-dancing tribute to Moulin Rouge, craft workshop tricks and cinema treats.
Jo Hartley returns for question-and-answer session after screening of new coming-of-age drama Sweetheart on Sunday October 17.
Award-winning documentary at South Mill Arts on October 9 precursor to Community Climate Gathering at Thorley during UN's COP26 summit in Scotland.
Season of four films – Wildfire, Our Ladies, Herself and Sweetheart – showcases female talent on both sides of the camera.
Matthew Goodeve has added another thought-provoking short film to his burgeoning portfolio with A Pile of Red.
Test yourself with the questions former Birchwood High School student Eden Nash faced in the history-making edition of the hit ITV quiz show.
National Television Awards: Ex-Northgate and Bishop's Stortford High School boy Billy Price in last four with Danny Dyer and Coronation Street duo.
Indie film reviewer Charlie Hughes gives his verdict on Matt Damon's controversial new movie Stillwater, inspired by the case of Amanda Knox...
Living in the Universe, narrated by former Doctor Who Sylvester McCoy, will take Saffron Screen audience on immersive space journey.
Outdoor production of Mr Stink and circus skills workshop, both in Stortford, part of summer programme of family entertainment in East Herts.
Popcorn and ice cream back on the menu along with other refreshments at the Saffron Walden community cinema's 200-seat auditorium.
Ticket price of £13.50 includes deckchair and headphones – but no concessions or family tickets, meaning cost for family of four will be £54 per film.
Tilda Swinton affirms her status as one of Britain's finest actors in Pedro Almodóvar's The Human Voice, says Indie film reviewer Charlie Hughes