90 Glorious Years since Her Majesty the Queen’s birth will be celebrated at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
Grab a chance to enjoy an elite brass band performing in Fenland when the group that took the Floral Dance to the charts in the 780s comes to town.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich will give an acoustic performance at the Fopp store in Cambridge in support of his new album After the Rain.
Professional American roots guitarist John Emil will stop off at Cambridge and Impington next week as part of his fifth UK tour.
Cambridge Clarinet Choir will perform at Babylon ARTS, Ely this weekend.
Hollywood and Broadway legend, Stefanie Powers, will visit the Cambridge Arts Theatre alongside in a production of 84 Charing Cross Road.
The 39 Steps is coming to Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds next month.
A student production of KES is coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds next month.
It’s not an easy job sending up Shakespeare. People must have been doing it for the past 400 years. But the cast this week at Cambridge Arts Theatre run away with it.
The mysterious Scarlet Pimpernel is expected to appear in the cloisters of Peterborough Cathedral on Thursday August 25 when Boxtree Productions present their swashbuckling outdoor theatre show at 7.00pm.
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 Society of East Anglian Watercolourists (SEAW) is holding an exhibition at Babylon Gallery, Waterside, Ely.
Ely’s first pop-up Escape Room is coming to Oliver Cromwell’s House at the weekend.
Big van banger racing is at King’s Lynn on Bank Holiday Monday in a charity family fun day to raise money for cancer.
The people of Fenstanton will celebrate the 300th anniversary of the baptism of landscape architect Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown with a floral and choral tribute.
The RSPCA is inviting horse-lovers to get involved with all things rescue when a team from the charity comes to Equifest from August 17 to 21.
Star of stage and screen, actor Nigel Havers, will be in conversation with Radio 4 presenter Libby Purves at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds later this month.