One of the world’s greatest violinists, Pinchas Zukerman, plays Elgar’s hauntingly beautiful violin concerto at an event in Cambridge next month.
The sounds of big band swing music comes to the Fens when a night of musical perfection comes to Wisbech St Mary village hall.
The Searchers return to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange next month to perform a selection of their classic hits.
Norfolk Symphony Orchestra returns to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Sunday with works by Rossini, Chopin and Shostakovich.
A Fenland alternative rock band holds five concerts in the area next month as part of its new album tour.
A play that tells the story of life in an English village at the turn of the 19th century is brought to the stage thanks to students at the Neale Wade.
English Touring Theatre returns to Cambridge Arts Theatre next week to perform Tom Stoppard’s masterpiece, Arcadia.
He famously declared ahead of touring with The King’s Speech that “the one thing I have on my side is I do a good Australian accent”. Jason Donovan, happily, has much more than that in his favour.
A group of talented young actors are putting on their version of an Alfred Hitchcock classic spy thriller this week at the Angles Theatre.
Ely Cathedral is known for hosting a variety of events, but last night when the theme of ‘messing about with boats’ was the order of the day, it must have been a first.
Illustrator and writer Julie Parker is holding an exhibition of her work at Octavia View, in Wisbech.
Comedy and cocktails is the order of the night at a new monthly comedy club in Cambridge, which holds its first session next week.
The work of some of the UK’s most talented young illustrators has gone on show in Cambridge.
Lovers of the arts are being asked to help shape a £1 million project for the area after the Arts Council agreed funding for an innovative scheme covering Fenland and Forest Heath.
King’s Lynn Corn Exchange’s comedy club continues its spring season this month, with four comedians set to take to the stage.
Peppa Pig and her little brother George trot back to Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough, for a day of Easter family fun.
One of the most exciting and ambitious King’s Lynn Festival programmes has been revealed for its 65th running.
Wisbech Community Development Trust celebrates 10 years of owning and running the Oasis Centre, on Friday, with a six hours of activities.
Bikers from across the area are expected to gather at Guyhirn when a weekly chew and a brew night kicks off for the season next month.
Easter bunnies are running wild at Peckover House in Wisbech with a seasonal trail for families.
An Easter fun day is in Wisbech when there are a host of free activities for children.
Wisbech Market Place will host a craft and gifts fair, run by Markets and Events Ltd, on Monday, April 6.
Mother’s Day at Peckover House has an extra dose of sparkle with a Sunday afternoon tea at the National Trust’s venue.