The Norfolk Symphony Orchestra have begun rehearsing ahead of the launch of its 2015-16 season.
Swim Deep, a five-piece indie rock band from Birmingham will make their return to Cambridge next weekend.
Ann Breen, who has enjoyed a 25-year career in the music industry, is set to perform in Hunstanton next weekend.
The Party Present is getting ready to put on its penultimate soul night of the year, promising to deliver ‘magical soul music memories’ at the March Braza Club.
Pure Vinyl are to hold an old school disco and hog roast at Upwell Village Hall next weekend.
Big family fun under the big top is guaranteed at Mr Fips Wonder Circus which is currently running shows in March.
Tickets for the 2016 tour of Riverdance go on sale tomorrow.
Bill Kenwright is set to re-open the Broadway Theatre in Peterborough this month.
Lord of the Flies arrives at the Cambridge Corn Exchange for an eight-night run next month.
An Inspector Calls is returning to Cambridge for a run of shows at the Arts Theatre this month.
Irish stand up comic Jason Byrne will bring his new show, 20 Years a Clown, to the Junction next weekend.
Illustrator and artist Julie Parker’s month-long exhibition opens in Wisbech on Thursday.
Dara O’Briain will bring his new show to Cambridge for two nights next month.
An Audience with Mrs Moneypenny is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre next month.
How did the Victorian era change the look of the English garden, how did new technology help and how did women become involved in gardening?
The Nene Valley Railway is to host an evening of railway films to raise money for their Night-Mail museum this month.
WildTracks Activity Park’s annual charity karting race and networking evening will take place next month.
Elgood’s Beer Festival returns next weekend with over 150 beers for people to try, including many of the company’s own award-winning brands.
Chatteris Community Cinema returns to the King Edward Centre with a new autumn programme this weekend.