Tom Odell has announced a special tour of the nation’s forests for 2015, performing in seven woodland venues as part of Forest Live.
A packed line-up of acts are scheduled to appear at a three-day rock festival coming to Haddenham later this month.
Ely’s Old Fire Engine House restaurant will once again host Ronnie Scott’s All Stars for an afternoon of jazz in aid of Amnesty International.
Celebrated violinist Simon Smith will take centre stage when Norfolk Symphony Orchestra presents Elgar, Brahms and Dvorak on Saturday, May 16, at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
Music fans are waiting to hear if Sam Smith will be recovered in time to perform at the Big Weekend and Thetford after a vocal-cord haemorrhage.
Popular 1970s comedy Abigail’s Party is coming to the Brook in Soham, early next month.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic The Pirates of Penzance is reimagined in an award-winning all-male production that comes to Cambridge Arts Theatre next month.
A new production coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is set to be the perfect half-term treat for youngsters.
Paul Merton is on the road again and visiting the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange with his new show, Impro Chums.
Swaffham Bulbeck Summer Theatre is set to perform the Gilbert and Sullivan classic The Gondoliers.
American born comedian Reginald D Hunter, 46, comes to the Cresset Theatre at Peterborough next month as part of a 45 date tour.
Volunteers involved with the Great Ouse Wetland project are about to share the secret lives of some of the smallest species of wildlife in the UK.
Ely artist, Ted Coney is opening his pop-up gallery again on Sunday afternoons and giving guided tours around his work, which is all about family life and family relationships.
Comedian Jimmy Cricket will be returning to the Brook in Soham this month with a performance designed for all the family, as the show starts just after Sunday lunch.
Stretham artist Robert Crack will be exhibiting his unique collection of portrait paintings in Ely later this month.
Ely and Peterborough rail station are two of just three stops for a unique trip that aims to raise £25,000 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.
Sutton is set to host a fun dog show as part of its annual feast celebrations.
Get your haggling head on and get to the Horefair at Wisbech to grab a bargain at the bank holidya car boot sale.
St Andrew’s Church in Soham will be holding its first flower festival for more than 20 years over the bank holiday weekend.
Visit the beautifully restored Burwell Windmill during National Mills Weekend, this Saturday and Sunday.