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February Highlights

The Kings Lynn Corn Exchange always have a variety of entertainment, and here’s a few highlights for February. Witness the astonishing comedy sensation LIVE! The Noise Next Door are causing a commotion with their fourth nationwide tour – an anarchic evening of side-splitting jokes, jaw-dropping characters, and mind-blowing songs. Kings Lynn Corn …

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Roman River Music Update

Now approaching its eighteenth year, Colchester-based charity Roman River Music recently appointed a new Learning and Participation Leader, Laura Davison, to develop the integral education and outreach programme that runs alongside its flagship festival. Victoria Steinitz, General Manager of Roman River Music, says Laura is a very welcome addition to …

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Bearded Theory

Bearded Theory will reverberate with the sounds of classic hits including ‘Our House’, ‘Baggy Trousers’ and ‘One Step Beyond’, as we are delighted to announce that North London’s finest nutty boys, Madness will headline the main stage on Sunday night. Madness are one of the UK’s best loved bands, achieving …

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TeenStar Auditions

TeenStar audition dates are now released! TeenStar, the UK’s only competition exclusively for pre-teens and teenagers, have now released their audition dates. This year TeenStar introduces a new category – dancers and dance groups. Enter now for auditions starting in February. New for TeenStar this year, a dance category! TeenStar …

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Cambridge Folk Festival 2017

Cambridge Folk Festival has just revealed the first artists for next year’s bill including one of Britain’s most exciting talents Jake Bugg, who the Festival have invited to return to headline Sunday night with an acoustic set. Jake’s progress from performing in 2012 at the Festival’s smallest stage, The Den, …

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Crab & Lobster Festival

Next May’s eighth Crab & Lobster Festival is set to get off to a cracking start with a star-studded opening concert. As Cromer and Sheringham come together once again to host the festival, Olly Day, Nigel Boy Syer and the Sheringham Shantymen will get the Festival weekend underway as they …

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Sensing Nature

An art collective is launching a new project to make music and connect with nature via a series of taster sessions for visually impaired, amateur musicians. Sensing Nature, a new initiative by Waveney & Blyth Arts, will explore the nature of sound and sound in nature, and will lead to …

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Spring Season at DanceEast

DanceEast is delighted to announce a great line-up for audiences of all ages for spring 2017. Performing on Ipswich’s Waterfront at the Jerwood DanceHouse in the new year will be internationally recognised dance companies, a bunch of great family friendly shows as well as community projects and showcases. With over …

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Olly Murs at Newmarket

Newmarket Racecourses and The Jockey Club Live are proud to reveal that the ‘Troublemaker’ himself, Olly Murs, will be headlining Newmarket Nights on 18th August 2017. Since Olly shot to fame on ‘X Factor’ in 2009, he has crafted four multi-platinum albums and produced 4 number 1 singles with total …

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Last Call For Artists

The deadline is fast approaching for artists to apply to take part in one of the UK’s most successful Open Studios schemes. Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios is a 16-day county-wide celebration and a key event in Norfolk’s visual arts calendar. Hundreds of artists across the region take part in …

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