The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is set to perform the first orchestral concert of the 2017/18 Cambridge Classical Concert Series.
Subterranean, a new one-day indoor rock and indie festival, is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange this month.
Two local musicians will perform at Octavia’s Café in Wisbech as part of the After Hours Live concert series next month.
Walpole St Peter’s Church is to host a concert by Coro Stellante Choir on Saturday October 7.
Chatteris Music Society will host a concert by the Hertfordshire Chamber Orchestra on Saturday, September 16.
Join KD Theatre Productions on a magic carpet ride when they perform traditional family pantomime ‘Aladdin’ at the newly-revamped Broadway in Peterborough this Christmas.
Frederick Knott’s psychological thriller Wait Until Dark opens in Cambridge later this month.
A show featuring back-to-back Motown hits is coming to Cambridge on October 28.
The Goldman Sisters will bring their Musical Mystery Tour to The Brook in Soham on Saturday, September 23.
Italian jockey Frankie Dettori, who has won more than 3,000 races, is to host a talk at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton later this year.
Denis O’Regan, Queen’s official tour photographer throughout the 1970s and 80s, will visit Cambridge this week for a one-night-only exhibition.
Create your own fused glass coaster or hanging decoration during a workship at Babylon Gallery next month.
Head to the Babylon Gallery in Waterside, Ely, for a day school focusing on Picasso’s life and work next month.
Joe Pasquale will bring his ‘The Devil In Disguise’ show to The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton on Saturday August 26.
The Friends of Wisbech Museum are hosting a free exhibition at the Wisbech and Fenland Museum from Saturday August 19 to October 21.
Now in its third year and free to attend, Newmarket Food & Drink Festival returns from 10am to 4.30pm this Saturday (16) and Sunday (17).
Oliver Cromwell’s House is to host an “Audience With Jemahl Evans”, author of ‘The Last Roundhead’, to mark the launch of his second novel ‘This Deceitful Light’.
An evening of spiritualism comes to Wisbech with medium John Ennis.
Ely’s annual Heritage Weekend returns tomorrow, Friday September 8, for a three-day celebration of all things historic.