American-Russian singer-songwriter Regina Spektor will bring her new tour to the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Monday July 31.
It’s fun for foodies as the Sandringham Food & Drink Festival returns for its third year with another great line-up of chefs.
The Secret Garden Party has announced its full, jam-packed line-up as it prepares to bid a final farewell to the festival circuit.
They’ll be dancing in the square on Sunday July 2 when DixieMix - East Anglia’s hottest jazz band - bring traditional toe-tapping jazz with a twist to a free concert in King’s Lynn.
The West End smash hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre in August.
Room on the Broom - based on the best-selling book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler - comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre from July 11 to 16.
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes will bring his new tour to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange next week.
Hundreds of students and staff at Thomas Clarkson Academy are gearing up for this year’s musical production, ‘School of Rock’.
Set 200 years after the much-loved author’s death, Jane Austen’s comic masterpiece, ‘Emma’, is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre.
The Riverside Arts group of artists will be showing a range of 2D and 3D art in Rick Forward’s New from Old furniture workshop in Little Ouse, as part of Cambridge Open Studios 2017.
“A night of fantastic comedy” is coming to Leverington Social Club this Saturday, June 24.
Isle of Ely Festival enters its second week with theatre performances, visual arts and music this week.
Wicken-based artist Terry Beard has been selected to exhibit her work in Mayfair, London, at Gallery Elena Shchukina.
Reginald D. Hunter will bring his ‘Some People v Reginald D. Hunter’ tour to the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Sunday May 28.
From this week visitors will have the opportunity to see Historic Aircraft Collection’s rare First World War Airco/de Havilland DH9 E-8894 aircraft being rebuilt at Imperial War Museum Duxford.
‘Homecoming’ is the best Spider-Man movie to date, largely because of its compelling story, believable characters and well-developed plot.
The Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey will host an event titled ‘Farm and Countryside’ on Sunday July 9.
Take your furry friends to a family fun day at the RSPCA which is raising funds for rescue animals.