Music News


Sing along with the Sound of Music with a special screening of the classic film at Three Holes village hall.

Sean Moyses

A festival of music and flowers comes to Upwell to raise money for church funds.

Sam Smith, who will be appearing at Thetford Forest on July 3.

Grammy-award winning vocalist Sam Smith has been announced as the final name in this summer’s Thetford Forest live music line-up.

Europe will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on March 11.

Europe, one of Scandinavia’s biggest Rock bands, return to the UK next month for 14 shows – and you could be at their concert in Cambridge.

Lesley Curtis.

A show celebrating the inspirational music of Eva Cassidy will appear at Long Sutton Market House this spring.

Theatre News


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.

Mark Topping. Picture: MICHAEL WHARLEY.

A one-man play re-enacting the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus is coming to Wisbech.

The Reduced Shakespeare Company.

A comedy troupe will deliver a history of comedy in one night at Peterborough Key Theatre on March 13.

Enjoy a Night of Dirty Dancing at the Key Theatre on March 3.

An all-new stage show featuring all the hits from Dirty Dancing is coming to the Key Theatre, in Peterborough.

Cresset staff and Kev Lawrence of Heart FM present the cheque to Carole Hughes, of Anna's Hope.

Panto season may have only finished two months ago – but tickets went on sale this week for next year’s production at The Cresset in Peterborough.

Arts News

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

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.

Ben Norris.

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange’s comedy club continues its spring season this month, with four comedians set to take to the stage.

The company are performing the Complete History of Comedy at Peterborough Key Theatre

The Reduced Shakespeare Company which brought the world the popular abridged version of all the Bard’s works are back and this time they are playing it for even more laughs.

Corn Exchange: Tony Jameson

A fun-filled programme of entertainment comes to the Corn Exchange at King’s Lynn including rip-roaring comedy and dance your socks off music.

Sea defences mixed media artwork

Photographer and visual artist Rob Morris is exhibiting his work at Octavia View, Wisbech, from today until the end of January.

Entertainment News

Monday, February 23, 2015

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange hosts rare chance to see showbiz legend Des O’Connor live on stage for an evening of comedy, laughter and music.

The exhibition offers a fresh look at the Easter story.

An exhibition of textile art has opened at Peterborough Cathedral to help visitors to look afresh at the Easter story.

A wintry scene at Sacrewell Farm, Peterborough.

Pull on your wellies and join in some activities in the great outdoors this half-term at Sacrewell Farm, near Peterborough.

Bygones & Organ Day at Little Downham Village Hall Ely. Maureen and Bernard Pilgrim entertainers. Picture: Steve Williams.

Preparations have started for the 23rd annual Little Downham Bygones and Organs Extravaganza, which takes place on March 28.

Launch of the 2015 Peterborough Dragon Boat Festival at Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough. Picture: Paul Marriott Photography.

A nurse took to the helm of a dragon boat to mark the launch of this year’s Dragon Boat Festival.



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