Kylie Minogue is kicking off the start of 'Newmarket Nights' tonight.
Her show sold out in under 30 minutes when tickets went on sale back in February with 22,000 people snapping up tickets to see the Australian singer.
She is the first to perform in a series of concerts planned at the town's racecourse over the summer.
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This year's 'End of the Pier' show at Cromer has been launched at a special preview event.
It's the only show of its kind left in Europe and runs from June to September.
There are more than 150 costumes involved in the show, more than 100kg of glitter and 220 metres of LED lights on the stage sets.
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Suffolk soprano Laura Wright will return to her home county later this month to open the Aviva Women's Tour in Bury St Edmunds.
The former Framlingham College student, who is the official anthem singer of the England rugby teams, will perform at the team presentations at Charter Square on 15th June.
She will also be riding the first stage of the Tour for charity.
Stage One of the Tour starts from Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds on Wednesday 17 June and finishes on the coast at Aldeburgh.
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Gary Barlow has done it a couple of times, Suffolk's Ed Sheeran the once and the hope is he may now answer the call to be a wedding singer again for a special bride.
Tracy Henrickson has an incurable disease which has left her paralysed four times - but is determined to learn to walk again for her wedding in five months time.
Friends and family have described Tracy as an inspiration and now tens of thousands of others have joined an online campaign for the Ed to perform as Kate Hemingway reports.
Click below to watch a report from ITV's Kate Hemingway
The official trailer for the new film version of Shakespeare's Macbeth has been released, including scenes filmed at Ely Cathedral.
For the Ely scenes, local people were used as extras alongside stars Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.
The 12th century cathedral has been the location for several blockbusters.
Macbeth is due in cinemas on October 2.
Click below to watch the trailer
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