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Yesterday, 16:36

Up-and-coming folk and indie trio Speak Brother will take to the stage at the next After Hours Live on May 8.

Sam Smith.

Celebrated violinist Simon Smith will take centre stage when Norfolk Symphony Orchestra presents Elgar, Brahms and Dvorak on Saturday May 16 at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

Unlock the Box at Peterborough Cathedral

Music, art and a climate change lecture come to Peterborough Cathedral for a varied early summer programme of entertainment.

Heart of a Coward

A festival celebrating metal music comes to Peterborough next month.

The East Coast Boys will perform the hits of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.

The sound of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons will be recreated by the East Coast Boys later this month at the Key Theatre, in Peterborough.

Theatre News

Monday, April 13, 2015

The three bad baronets of Ruddigore are ready to step out of their portraits for the latest production by Upwell Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

A Mad World My Masters

English Touring Theatre are returning to Cambridge Arts Theatre with the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Thomas Middleton’s, A Mad World My Masters.

Arts News

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Multi-award winning radio host Christian O’Connell will appear at Cambridge Junction on April 24 as part of his first national comedy tour.

Comedian Reginald D Hunter will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange in May

American stand-up comedian Reginald D Hunter will be performing at Cambridge Corn Exchange next month.

Comedian Tony Vino will be performing at After Hours in Wisbech

Comedian Tony Vino will be performing at this month’s After Hours Live at Octavia’s cafe in Wisbech.

Julie Parker at her art exhibition at The Octavia View, Wisbech. Picture: Steve Williams.

Illustrator and writer Julie Parker is holding an exhibition of her work at Octavia View, in Wisbech.

Bob Mills

Comedy and cocktails is the order of the night at a new monthly comedy club in Cambridge, which holds its first session next week.

Entertainment News

Monday, April 13, 2015

Enjoy a night of pampering at Burrowmoor School to help raise money for charity.

1949 Dennis Lancet Duple coach.

More than 3,000 pieces of vintage machinery – including classic steam engines, vintage tractors, specialist cars and rare motorcycles – will go under the hammer later this month.

Peppa Pig

Peppa Pig and her little brother George trot back to Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough, for a day of Easter family fun.


Tue, 15:32

The streets of March will be a melting pot of music, street entertainment and games as hundreds of people pack the town for the seventh St George’s Fayre.

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Flanders Symphony Orchestra

King’s Lynn Festival organisers expect the famous names featuring in this summer’s event will ensure ticket sales get off to a flying start when the box office opens for the 65th festival.

Ashton Blood.

A couple have arranged a charity ball to support a cause close to their hearts.

Burghley House will host a Battle Proms picnic concert.

Tickets for the Burghley House proms picnic concert are selling fast.

Jeffrey Archer

Best-selling author Jeffrey Archer is coming to Ely to talk about his new book Mightier than the Sword.

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