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We are very pleased to announce BURY TOMORROW.Tickets are already flying out for these british metalcore stars make sure you get in quick!Find out more »
Grow Up Grandad by Gordon Steel This is an inter-generational story that deals with love and loss, hope and sadness, as the relationship between Poppy and her Grandad is first thrown together and eventually torn apart. While their relationship is volatile it’s also very funny and strewn with moments of real tenderness. This play is provocative, touching and not at all predictable! A UK mainland amateur premiere. Contains mildly offensive language. Wednesday 18th to Saturday 21st October at 7.45pm + Sat…Find out more »
“It is my intention to astonish you all!” When a spirited young working woman inherits a farm from her uncle, no-one expects her to run it alone… This powerful story of swift sexual passion and slow-burning loyalty centres on Bathsheba Everdene - proud, intelligent and impulsive - whose life is complicated by three different men - respectable farmer Boldwood, seductive Sergeant Troy and devoted Gabriel Oak - making her the object of scandal and betrayal. Based on the famous novel…Find out more »
Flushed with their stage successes, the Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society is poised to conquer yet another dramatic idiom as their latest production sails an ocean liner into the world of 1930s musical comedy.Find out more »
Various locations across Cambridgeshire Libraries across Cambridgeshire present an exciting line up live performances this Autumn. Events range from Theatre performances, a cappella singing and comedy for kids.Find out more »
As British Summertime draws to a close, the Long Shop Museum in Leiston will be turning up the heat with a fabulous weekend of engines in steam, an array of ales and some toe-tapping tunes to keep you entertained after hours - as the Real Ale and Traditional Music Festival runs from Friday 20th – Sat 21st Octo Ticket prices to follow, but admission will include a free Long Shop Museum pint glass. For full details, please keep an eye on see www.longshopmuseum.co.uk.Find out more »
Friday 20th October, we kick off the Oxjam Peterborough Festival in style with an evening of Motown, Classic and Northern Soul from firm favourites The Motor City Vipers! Bring your dancing shoes and help us raise valuable funds for Oxfam, GB. Tickets available from the venue, band members or via www.wegottickets.com/oxjamFind out more »
Musical migration and cross fertilisation was at a peak in the eighteenth century. Arriving in England (Giusseppe Samartini made London his home) the Italian concerto grosso was soon adopted by London's fashionable musical circles.Find out more »
Part of the Lunchtime Concert Series. Free to attend.Find out more »
Pop Divas – Live! Friday 20th October 6pm The best songs from all your favourite female stars in one fabulous fun-packed show – that’s Pop Diva’s Live! Little Mix will cast some Black Magic, Katy Perry will Roar and of course, Adele will be saying Hello as five enormously talented girls bring you up close and personal with the greatest pop performers of today. Meghan Trainor, Arianna Grande, Taylor Swift and Rihanna will all be dropping in to the biggest…Find out more »
The Waterfront Present Justin Currie & The Pallbearers + Les Johnson and Me The Waterfront, Norwich Friday 20th October, 2017 Doors 6.30pm Curfew 10.00pm After 22 years toiling in the moderately successful pop/rock outfit Del Amitri, Justin Currie made the rash decision to go it alone in 2003, spending the next four years fannying about writing, drinking and doing any weird non-rock gig he was invited to participate in; jazz shows, folk shows and soul shows added more saggy strings…Find out more »
The Waterfront by arrangement with Selective Agency Presents DODGY (Acoustic) + I Said Goodbye The Waterfront Studio Friday 20th October 2017 Doors 6.30pm, please note 10pm finish Free Entry for ticket holders to Propaganda after the show (over 18s only) 14s+ £15.00 Advance http://www.dodgyology.com DODGY ACOUSTIC LIVE PERFORMANCE Dodgy started life 27 years ago. In that time they released 6 albums, countless singles, toured the World, criss-crossed the UK, as well as managing to take a well-earned break for 10…Find out more »
Join us on the Friday 20th October 2017 at a brand new venue just 2 minutes drive from the Froize in Wantisden Valley. Our very first Folk on the Farm, will feature the brilliant duo Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar (who some of you may remember from our Folk at the Froize programme in 2016). Not only will you get to see this absolute gem of a Northern duo perform, but also Cambridge based The Willows who’s first album ‘Beneath Our Humble Soil‘ was nominated for Best Debut…Find out more »
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