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Knight & Spiers at FolkEast

A unique collaboration between folk legends Peter Knight and John Spiers has been announced for East Anglia’s fast-rising festival FolkEast. The three day festival at the glorious 300-acre Suffolk estate of 16th century Glemham Hall will witness the debut performance of the pair on the Broad Roots stage on opening …

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Suprises In Store At The Spa

The Spa Pavilion Theatre is pushing the boat out with a packed Autumn line up bolstered by some surprises. Highlights include The Circus of Horrors on Tuesday 25 October – this spectacular show features an amazing amalgamation of bizarre, brave and beautiful acts all woven into an Alice in Horrorland-type story driven …

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Auditions At The Mercury

This year’s Mercury Theatre panto will be bigger and better than ever and once again, the junior chorus will take centre stage. This is the chance for budding young stage stars to audition to be part of Dick Whittington, alongside Mercury favourites Dale Superville, Anthony Stuart-Hicks, Ignatious Anthony and Glenn Adamson. Auditions …

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Addenbrookes Rocks!

I have to come clean – I have a soft spot for Cambridge Rock Festival.   I remember it when it was called something else entirely and once, in a different life altogether, I was responsible for the technology needed to have the show broadcast live on Radio Caroline. Last year …

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Ímar in the Garden

Ímar, a new Glasgow-based five-piece band who are opening the Cambridge Folk Festival, are to play an exclusive performance at the Cambridge University Botanic Garden the night before the Festival opens. Festival attendees already in Cambridge on Wednesday 27 July who are too excited to wait until the Festival begins …

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Corinne Bailey Rae

After the critically acclaimed release of her new album ‘The Heart Speaks In Whispers’, Corinne Bailey Rae has confirmed the dates for her first UK tour in five years as she brings her sensational live show to major cities across the country. Starting in her hometown of Leeds, the nine-date …

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Gomorrah Season Two

Arrow Films is pleased to announce the DVD and Blu-ray release of the complete second season of the gripping, intense, edge-of-your-seat, Italian crime drama Gomorrah on Monday 25th July. Universally critically acclaimed as the most successful Italian TV production ever, the controversial gang warfare series returned for its second season …

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Art on the Prom

One of the region’s calendar highlights, Art on the Prom, is returning to Felixstowe’s historic promenade on Sunday 4th September, 10am-4:30pm. Now in its 13th year, the free event is expected to draw over 20,000 visitors, offering the public the chance to view and purchase artwork from over 100 local …

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Cambridge Folk SOLD OUT

Cambridge Live, organisers of the Cambridge Folk Festival, have confirmed that the 2016 event has now completely sold out, continuing a 23 year tradition. Now in its 52nd year, the Cambridge Folk Festival remains one of the most enduring and popular folk festivals in the world, bringing an eclectic mix …

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Pride & Prejudice

The Spa Pavilion Theatre at Felixstowe is very excited to announce they have secured their first professional play to celebrate their first year’s anniversary. Pride & Prejudice, the first professional touring play at The Spa for many years, is coming to the seaside theatre on Friday 11th November, exactly a …

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