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Miles Hunt of The Wonder Stuff recalls a bonkers camping trip with Reeves and Mortimer and why, really, he no longer owns the songs that made him famous.
Singer, actress, author and presenter Mica Paris talks about how aspiring performers can learn a lot from coming to see Fame - The Musical and her friendship with Prince.
Tickets to Ed Sheeran’s much-anticipated Chantry Park concerts go on sale on Thursday, September 27, and will come in two price bands.
Some of the best classical music, jazz, blues, folk and pop stars descend on Suffolk this summer for the Snape Proms.
Rumours of iconic British indie rockers The Libertines headlining a new festival at Ipswich’s Trinity Park this September are true - and we can reveal some of the acts joining them.
Dublin’s finest The Script return to Thetford Forest on June 7. We spoke to the band’s Mark Sheehan.
Known for being one fourth of Britain’s Got Talent winners Collabro, we can exclusively reveal Matt Pagan’s pulling on his tights to appear in this year’s Ipswich Regent pantomime.
Suffolk trio The Kettle Girls are performing a show in aid of The Ipswich Hospital Blossom Appeal and Cancer Research.
Erasure are visiting East Anglia. We spoke to Essex’s Vince Clarke about new album World Be Gone and more.
Newmarket Racecourses welcomes Paloma Faith on June 22.
The line-up for this year’s Aldeburgh Festival has been announced, including the introduction of new £10 tickets for every performance.
Madchester pioneers Happy Mondays will headline this year’s Jimmy’s Festival, we can exclusively reveal.
Internationally acclaimed poet and musician Benjamin Zephaniah, dubbed the people’s laureate, explains why he’s not mellowing with age; quite the opposite in fact.
Anthony Coe of The John Russell Gallery say not that much has changed since Constable and Gainsborough fell in love with our region.
Not everybody got Steps, especially the critics. They still became one of the biggest acts of the 90s and noughties. The resurgent chart-toppers visit Colchester next year so we spoke to Lisa Scott-Lee.