The Falcon Ensemble Orchestra and Canadian pianist Naomi Woo will perform at Chatteris Parish Church on Saturday March 11.
Irish singer Curtis Magee will perform at The Brook in Soham on Sunday March 5.
Acoustic performer Chloe Reynolds will perform at Octavia’s Café in Wisbech next week as part of After Hours Live.
James MacMillan’s St Luke Passion will be performed at St John’s College Chapel in Cambridge on Saturday March 18.
The Hermitage Ensemble Male Voice Choir will perform a concert of Russian Orthodox and Folk Music at Walpole St Peter Church next month.
Invincible, a ‘hilarious, situational comedy about the North/South divide in England, is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre stage next week.
Michael Portillo is bringing his ‘Life: A Game of Two Halves’ show to the Cambridge Arts Theatre for one night only next weekend.
There’s a lovely line in their programme notes explaining the plot of HMS Pinafore that reads ‘ it all works out in the end, hip, hip hooray!’
Viva’s performance of ‘Shakers’ at The Brook in Soham on Thursday night was fantastic.
Alan Ayckbourn’s “darkly funny” comedy ‘Henceforward’ comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre later this month.
Stand-up comedian Richard Herring is coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds this weekend.
Cambridge University Gilbert & Sullivan Society will bring their production of ‘HMS Pinafore’ to the West Road Concert Hall this month.
She may have bid farewell to the Great British Bake Off, but Sue Perkins will be heading to the Cambridge Corn Exchange in February for a night of comedy, tell tales, and a user’s guide to Mary Berry.
Comedian Josh Howie is bringing his Messed Up tour to The Junction in Cambridge on March 11.
Witness some of the UK’s finest magicians at the Angles Theatre in Wisbech this month.
Spend an ‘entertaining evening with Nigel Farage’ at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton later this year.
Hacksaw Ridge is a must see film that tells the extraordinary true story of a solider who volunteered for service in the American army after being horrified by the atrocities of Pearl Harbour.
An audience with The Prince of Wales is coming to Peterborough on Saturday February 18.
Fact is often stranger than fiction and none more so than in this compelling story of a man who traces his way back to his birth mother in a remote Indian village using his memory and Google maps.
A short film about King’s Lynn’s historic annual Mart by local youngsters will be screened for the first time on Sunday, February 5.