Former Carlisle Kitchen salesman Matthew Pagan was on stage at the Sands Centre last night with his band Collabro as they began their UK tour.
The theatrical group won Britain's Got Talent last year and have since had a number one album.
They will perform in the city again tonight.
Keswick Mountain Festival has unveiled the details of its 2015 programme.
Olympic, European and Commonwealth triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee is set to be a guest speaker at the event.
The festival will run from May 14 to 17 in the Lake District, and will offer a mixture of outdoor activities, speakers, sports events, and live music.
The number of payouts for damage caused by potholes went up last year in Cumbria.
272 claims were made against the Cumbria County Council for damage caused to their vehicles, a rise of 22 from the following year.
Only 15% of claims were successful, with the council paying out £16,000 in compensation.
The day after Burns night there’s a patriotic flavour to Border Life. Emma Baker goes back to school and discovers that the teaching of Scots language is making a comeback. Fiona Armstrong meets the women who are preserving the very Scottish art of kilt-making – not in the highlands but in Berwickshire. Gill Brown reports on the Borders artist who makes stunning pictures using felt.
The Great North Air Ambulance were called to help an injured three-year-old in the Langley Castle area.
The Langwathby team assisted the North East Ambulance Service after the child fell through the bannister of a stairwell.
At the scene, the Aircrew Doctor and Paramedic assessed and treated the child before flying both the mother and child to a hospital in Newcastle.
The Carlisle Settle Partnership have released a statement in response to the announcement that workers will strike this Thursday as part of an ongoing dispute over compulsory redundancies.
The North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust has released an update regarding the norovirus outbreak at the Cumberland Infirmary.
All non-urgent operations have been postponed this week.
The trust has also issued a further appeal for all visitors to stay at home if they, or a member of their family, has had vomiting, diarrhoea, or 'flu-like' symptoms in the last two days.
All non-essential visitors are asked to stay away from the hospital, and visitors are limited to two per bed and next of kin only.
According to the Trust, the number of patients affected by the virus remains high and it is continuing to circulate widely in the community.
The Scottish Government has called for action at a European level to help dairy farmers who have been hit by falling milk prices.
Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead discussed the issue of milk prices at a meeting of the Council of Ministers in Brussels today.
The price of a two-litre carton of milk has dropped to £1 in many supermarkets.
Mr Lochhead has said he understands that Scottish dairy farmers are facing a "real struggle".