The king of pop, Elton John, is to perform live in Peterborough for the first time ever.
Bars and Melody, who shot to fame in 2014 when they appeared on Britain’s Got Talent, will perform at The Met Lounge, Peterborough next month.
The rise of Rat Boy stops off in Cambridge on his largest headline tour to date this month.
The March Big Sing will be held at March Community Centre, Station Road, on Saturday October 8.
The RATz drama group will bring Rock of Ages to life when they perform for several nights at the Angles Theatre, Wisbech.
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 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.
An intoxicating and adventurous dash around the world in Graham Greene’s Travels with my Aunt is coming to the Key Theatre, Peterborough.
The new season at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange will please fans of pantomime, comedy, opera and rock ‘n’ roll, among others.
Ross Noble, the king of improvisational comedy, will visit the Cambridge Corn Exchange, Peterborough Cresset and King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this month as part of his 15th tour.
Roar with Laughter, a comedy event being held at the Quy Mill Hotel & Spa in Stow cum Quy, takes place next month.
The secret life of bugs is explored in a new exhibition at the Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Wisbech.
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.
Nene Valley Railway’s Steam Gala will return this weekend on September 10 and 11.
Right from the eerily quiet opening sequence, ‘Don’t Breathe’ builds tension and suspense effortlessly.
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.
Living in a rural area no longer means that you don’t have access to the culture and arts that city-dwellers enjoy. Thanks to the wonder of technology, opera, ballet, theatre and music events are being streamed to cinemas across the world.