The Academy of Ancient Music is back in Cambridge this March to bring you a performance of Baroque composer Handel’s best-loved operas and oratorios. Handel’s Heroines is a collaboration between the Academy and the London Handel Festival, promising to bring you a thrilling concert. The show includes a dazzling programme of Handel’s work, featuring Serse, Ariodante, Rinaldo and Semele, along with plenty of other fine arias and duets with acclaimed Handelian Laurence Cummings, who brings his unmistakable flair to the show both on harpsichord and as director. The stunning sopranos of Mary Bevan and Jennifer France are thoroughly celebrated throughout the show, which any fan of Handel’s melodies would be a fool to miss. You can catch Handel’s Heroines on Thursday 12 March at 7.30pm at West Road Concert Hall. Tickets from £16.