Ethereal folk singer Emily Mae Winters will perform at the Cambridge Junction on Saturday December 2.
The Wisbech Music Society is to host an evening of fiddle music inspired by folk traditions from England, Eastern Europe and across the world.
Former members of The Beautiful South including singer Alison Wheeler and lifelong sax player Gaz Birtles will perform at the Apex Theatre in bury St Edmunds later this month.
All roads lead to Norwich for a night of deep bass with some of the best known names in the scene to welcome in the new year.
Cambridge International Jazz Festival will host a masterclass from world-famous solo percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie on November 19.
Our guide to Christmas pantomimes in King’s Lynn, Peterborough and Wisbech this winter
Intoxicating theatrical phenomenon People, Places & Things is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre this week.
Following their revue show ‘Community Spirit’, MADAOS is now in rehearsal for their Christmas concert, to be performed at the March Community Centre, Station Road, March, on Thursday December 14.
Tall Stories return to the Cambridge Arts Theatre this weekend with a magical, musical adaptation of The Gruffalo’s Child.
Shelagh Stephenson’s experiment with memory and family, The Memory of Water, is coming to the Corpus Playroom in Cambridge.
Welsh comedian and star of Gavin & Stacey, Rob Brydon, is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange later this month.
Local artist Thelma Chambers is holding a solo art show at the Grey Friars Art Space in King’s Lynn throughout November.
A drag queen, comedy hypnotist and medium are coming to Whittlesey for a night of alternative entertainment to raise money for charity.
Ten of the artists who regularly work at Savage Studios in Chatteris are holding an exhibition at March Town Hall from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 November.
A Wisbech artist will take part in a free exhibition with two other local artists in King’s Lynn from this weekend.
Renowned elephant conservationist and wildlife television presenter, Saba Douglas-Hamilton is coming to Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge on Friday November 24.
Be one of the first to skate on The North Pole Festival Cambridge’s largest ever ice rink from this month.