Music News

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The first female artist to have been voted ‘guitarist of the year’ in the history of the British Blues Awards comes to Newmarket next week for a concert.

Joe Brown rolls into King's Lynn Corn Exchange on Sunday, November 23.

Rock ‘n’ roll legend Joe Brown performs at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, on Sunday, November 23.

Phoenix Calling.

A Fenland based alternative rock band have signed a record deal with a major label.

Theatre News

Friday, November 21, 2014

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange has begun its magical Christmas journey with rehearsals under way for this year’s pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Members of Anglian Players rehearsing for their production of Fawlty Towers.

The eccentric ways of hotel owner Basil Fawlty will be brought to the stage by the Anglian Players next week when the curtain raises on its latest production.

Arts News

Thursday, November 13, 2014

A collection of Bob Dylan’s paintings are on display at a Cambridge gallery.

Joe Lycett at Spalding

Join a night of stand up entertainment courtesy of a trio of top-notch comedians.

Julie Parker

Wisbech illustrator Julie Parker is putting on an exhibition of original art works and prints in her home town.

Entertainment News

Friday, November 21, 2014

Christmas will be even more sparkling this year at England’s greatest Elizabethan house – with a free craft fair, extra seasonal shopping and a feast of festive food.

Des O'Connor

Blood Brothers is the highlight of the new spring season at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

March will be lit up for Christmas on Friday, November 28.

Fenland starts lighting up for Christmas next week with three towns turning on their festive street decorations in three days.

The Rudolph Run takes place on December 7.

Fund-raisers will sport antlers and red noses for the second annual Rudolph Run.

Sharks at Sea Life Sanctuary

Get up close and personal with a world under water at Hunstanton’s Sea Life Sanctuary which is open again after being shut for 10 months where it was damaged in floods.

Reviews

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Nene Valley Railway is once again putting on its Santa Special journeys this festive season.

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The plane is ready and so is Santa- he'll will dropping into RSPCA, Block Fen

Father Christmas will literally drop from the sky to give dogs from an RSPCA rescue centre their treats at this year’s Christmas event.

Still the Enemy Within is screened at the Light Cinema on December 2.

Still the Enemy Within provides a first-hand insight into the experiences of those who lived through the miners’ strike of 1984.

Wisbech, March & District Trades Union Council has organised a screening of the film for December 2 at the Light Cinema, in Wisbech.

JOHN COOK, a retired member of the PCS Union, previews the screening and says it is a ‘must-see film’.

Maureen James

A tale of what ‘really’ happened to King John’s treasure, after he visited Wisbech on his way from King’s Lynn to Swineshead in 1216, will be shared by storyteller Maureen James.

Wisbech Grammar School visit to Jimmy’s Farm. The photo shows the pupils learning about the different breeds of pig.

Food and nutrition pupils at Wisbech Grammar School learnt about the ingredients needed to run a successful farm by visiting Jimmy’s.

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