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Cherelle Nightingill

Cherelle writes about Chelmsford Theatre, Hylands Estate, Chelmsford Museum, the Mayor of Chelmsford and culture and events in the city.

Chelmsford Theatre announces casting for 2023 pantomime

Chelmsford Theatre has announced its casting for this year’s magical pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk.

Celebrating Black History Month in Chelmsford

Chelmsford will be celebrating Black History Month this October with a range of free activities planned across the month.

Chelmsford Science Festival returns this October

Chelmsford Science Festival returns from 18–24 October with an outstanding programme of learning, discovery, and entertainment.

Heritage Open Days celebrates world cultures in Tindal Square

Chelmsford’s Heritage Open Days are holding a day of cultural and historical celebration in Tindal Square.

Sir Grayson Perry’s ‘Alien Baby’ acquired by Chelmsford Museum

Chelmsford Museum has acquired one of Sir Grayson Perry’s ‘Alien Baby’ sculptures.

Chelmsford’s creative community comes together to make their voices heard

Ignite Chelmsford, a network of local creatives formed in 2017, has revised its objectives and developed a new Action Plan.

Chelmsford Theatre launches dementia reminiscence workshop

Chelmsford Theatre has launched a free drama-based reminiscence workshop for people with early onset dementia.

West End classic Blood Brothers arrives in Chelmsford

After months of anticipation, Bill Kenwright’s multi-award-winning musical, Blood Brothers, has arrived at Chelmsford Theatre.

Chelmsford Theatre what’s on Autumn 2023

Chelmsford Theatre’s Autumn brochure has landed, containing a huge array of shows to keep the city entertained as the nights draw in.

Go Ape Chelmsford opens at Hylands Estate

On Saturday 29 July Go Ape’s brand-new Chelmsford location opened at Hylands Estate.

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