One hundred years to the day after its first performance - Gustav Holst’s magnificent Planets Suite will ring out in Ely Cathedral.
An Ely woman will celebrate the release of her debut album with a performance at Julia’s Tearooms.
Elgood’s is preparing for a three day beer festival in Wisbech next – back they say by popular demand.
Sundown Festival was an infusion of sound that saw a euphoric eclipse of nostalgia and present day chart hits collide.
Hundreds of festival-goers flocked to Sutton’s Pavilion Field at the weekend to catch the acts performing at the village’s Feast event Picnic in the Park 2018.
World-renowned ballet dancer, choreographer and television personality Wayne Sleep will lead the cast of Cambridge Arts Theatre’s pantomime this Christmas.
This is a clever play. So much so that you might feel you want to see it twice to understand it.
My companion spotted Mathew Horne at Paddington Station. We were getting the same series of trains to Windsor where he is starring in a stage version of Rain Man, which arrives next month at Cambridge Arts Theatre.
It seems that The Globe is so utterly bored with Shakespeare’s plays that it will do anything to amuse itself, regardless of whether that results in something entertaining for the paying public.
Internationally acclaimed actors Jonathan Pryce and Dame Eileen Atkins star in Florian Zeller’s major new play The Height of the Storm at the Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Art and design students at King’s Ely will be exhibiting their school work at a Suffolk gallery next month.
It was billed as the 45th annual steam rally as Haddenham once again wafted its way back through the years to provide a reminder of times past.
A three-day event offering people the chance to see some of Ely’s historic buildings for free will take place in September.
Rotarians, scouts and the promise of a squad of 50 volunteer stewards will run this year’s Ely fireworks display on Cherry Hill – and the Ely Standard has agreed to be its print media partner.