Music News

Thu, 15:07

The Budapest Café Orchestra will bring their traditional Eastern European folk and gypsy-flavoured music to Bury St Edmund’s tonight (Thursday 6).

Folk duo Chris While and Julie Matthews are heading to The Village Hall in Upwood on Friday October 14 as part of their autumn tour.

The most explosive ‘60s show, The Sensational ‘60s Experience, is coming to Peterborough and King’s Lynn next month.

Local banjo man Sean Moyses is to perform at Wisbech Angles Theatre in November.

Former Reading Festival headliners, Wishbone Ash, are to perform at Newmarket Memorial next month as part of their Road Warriors tour.

Theatre News

Mon, 10:12

Hit comedy theatre show, ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’, is coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds for one night only.

Roll up, roll up Mr Fips Wonder Circus is coming to Fenland and we have a competition to please all those big top fans.

The RATz drama group will bring Rock of Ages to life when they perform for several nights at the Angles Theatre, Wisbech.

The Peterborough Gilbert and Sullivan Players are to perform ‘Iolanthe’ at the Key Theatre, Peterborough later this month.

It may be a little while yet before Halloween, but getting Cambridge ready for the night of fright will be Susan Hill’s eerie tale of The Woman in Black.

Arts News

Yesterday, 09:54

Comedian, entertainer and novelist Julian Clary has taken his one-man shows around the world numerous times.

Author Jim Kelly will talk about his writing and how the Fens and East Anglia inspires his stories when he comes to Ely on Thursday (October 6).

Australian comic Adam Hills, who hosts Channel 4’s award-winning ‘The Last Leg’, will perform at the Cambridge Corn Exchange next week.

Hit comedy theatre show, ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’, is coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds for one night only.

Expect a comedy show about history, democracy and capitalism when stand-up Nish Kumar performs at The Junction in Cambridge.

Entertainment News

Friday, September 16, 2016

Are you looking to experience something a little out of the ordinary this weekend? Then the Rainbow Festivals’ next event might be what you’re searching for.

Historian and broadcaster Dr David Starkey is to open a new Visitor and Learning Centre at Peterborough Cathedral next Saturday (10) from 2pm.

Reviews

Sunday, September 25, 2016

As spooky season approaches, a series of Halloween events are to be held at Peterborough Museum, Vivacity Sports Centres and libraries.

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Right from the eerily quiet opening sequence, ‘Don’t Breathe’ builds tension and suspense effortlessly.

John Challis, who is internationally famous for playing ‘Boycie’ in the classic sitcom Only Fools & Horses, will visit Soham next month.

The director of a comedy movie filmed in North Norfolk is set to answer audience questions tonight (14) after a screening at the Luxe Cinema, Wisbech.

Ridiculously rude, unbelievably crude and sometimes verging on distasteful, Sausage Party is unlike any other movie you’ve seen.

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