Clare Hammond’s piano recital was no ordinary event. A varied and in many cases a highly demanding programme kept the listeners in awe.
Empowering, sassy and with a timely feminist message, ‘Six’ brilliantly remixes the stories of some of history’s most famous women for the 21st century.
It was supposed to be a seated concert but a capacity crowd of 1,500 people were up and dancing when The Gipsy Kings played at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Monday, July 9.
Have you ever been to a family rave before? If not, now’s your chance, because Big Fish Little Fish are bringing their multi-award-winning event back to Ely.
Ely’s Babylon Gallery will host performances by two bands on Friday July 20.
This Saturday (July 21) at 7pm the curtain rises on a compelling piece of reality theatre at Littleport Village Hall.
A ‘loverly’ open air production of the timeless musical theatre classic My Fair Lady will be performed by Viva Soham to the backdrop of Beechhurst Hall.
The Littleport Players is an amateur theatre company whose superb performances merit a professional London theatreland venue.
KD Theatre’s production of ‘We will Rock You’ certainly ‘rocked’.
It’s been barely six months since the last instalment, yet Solo – A Star Wars Story sees us journey to a galaxy far, far away once more.
Among the eccentrics at this year’s Cambridge Comedy Festival will be George Egg and his Anarchist DIY Chef show. He combines cooking and comedy to make a three course meal using power tools, office equipment and hair dressing appliances.
Two local artists are to showcase their work at The Old Fire Engine House in Ely.
Ely’s version of the Royal Academy Summer Show is at The Old Fire Engine House until July 8.