Music News

Friday, August 9, 2019

Reflecting your roots within a piece of music may not be unusual to many artists, but for one Upwell musician, there is certainly something different.

Music fans and festival workers have expressed their disappointment over the last-minute cancellation of a major dance event in Norfolk.

Festival-goers have been left devastated after the Norfolk festival was cancelled just hours before it was due to start.

Ely Cathedral's Octagon Tower will be lit up in rainbow colours to celebrate Pride in Ely 2019.

The Gloria Estefan Experience comes to Hunstanton's Princess Theatre on Friday August 16.

Theatre News

Wed, 10:14

Alice Seabold's The Lovely Bones is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre in November.

Libraries across Cambridgeshire will play host to a new season of arts as part of 'The Library Presents' scheme.

Willy Russell's play Educating Rita is powerful, moving and absolutely hilarious.

An explosive mix of 90s nostalgia is set for Cambridge when boybands 911, Five, Damage and A1 reunite to play their biggest hits.

Arts News

Sunday, August 4, 2019

Join Romesh Ranganathan at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange as he tries out some new material ahead of his new tour.

Staff at one of Cambridgeshire's special schools have come together to film a hilarious leavers' music video.

A controversial piece of art by the infamous Banksy which sold at auction for more than £83,000 is now on display at Ely Cathedral.

Join comedian Rob Beckett as he tries out new material at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange on June 28.

Soaring skyscrapers, desert dunes that lead to adventure and enchanting entertainment are all part of the dizzying heights of Dubai's success.

Entertainment News

Friday, August 2, 2019

Performing at Pride in Ely is teaching teens compassion and acceptance, dance company principal Sara Ford says.

An explosive mix of 90s nostalgia is set for Cambridge when boybands 911, Five, Damage and A1 reunite to play their biggest hits.

Reviews

Yesterday, 15:58

Angel Has Fallen is an edge of your seat ultra-violent action blockbuster that also manages to raise questions about the pointless bloodshed of war and the damaging effects of PTSD.

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Wisbech residents are spoilt for choice as they are invited to sample a variety of cuisines at an international food event.

An exhilarating and brilliantly ridiculous spin off from the Fast & Furious franchise, Hobbs & Shaw brings two of the biggest - and most bankable - names in Hollywood together for two hours and 20 minutes of relentlessly-paced high-octane action.

Three alcoholic ice cream sandwiches will be served at Cambridge restaurant Six as part of Afternoon Tea Week.

Dozens of modified cars descended on the Fens at the weekend to celebrate the opening night of the new Fast and Furious film at The Light Cinema.

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