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EDDING HOME: Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran to play gigs in home county

He's coming home - Ed to play in Ipswich Credit: Ed Sheeran

He's coming home, he's coming home, he's coming - Ed is coming home...(repeat until fade).

Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has announced that he'll be playing two gigs in Ipswich next year.

They'll be the final legs of a 23 date European tour. The tour itself starts in Lyon . in France next May.

The singer revealed he'll be playing at Chantry Park next August.

Tickets for the gigs will go on sale next Thursday

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Film crew descends on Cambridgeshire village for new series of Grantchester

Filming for the fourth series of Grantchester. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Filming has been taking place in and around Cambridge for the next series of Grantchester.

It is the first to feature actor Tom Brittney as the Reverend Will Davenport, who will replace James Norton's crime-fighting vicar Sidney Chambers.

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Robson Green says he always looks forward to coming to the region.

He said: "We call it our happy place, especially on a day like this, and especially on a summer like we've had this year."

Robson Green filming in Cambridgeshire. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Joan Armatrading tour visits East Anglia

Joan Armatrading will be bringing her unique rock/jazz blues style of music to a number of venues in East Anglia over the next few weeks.

Joan Armatrading tour visits East Anglia Credit: PA Wire

She started her music career at the age of 16 and forty years on she says she enjoys touring and performing as much as she ever did.

Her has won her a stack of awards and millions of record sales. But she says connecting with a live audience is what empowers her.

And here are the dates of the tour in East Anglia

  • 10/09/2018 Milton Keynes Stables
  • 11/09/2018 Milton Keynes Stables
  • 12/09/2018 Westcilff on Sea Palace Theatre
  • 02/10/2018 Cambridge Corn Exchange
  • 08/10/2018 Bury St Edmunds
  • 09/10/2018 Bury St Edmunds
  • 10/10/2018 St Albans Arena

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Michael Crawford in conversation with Jonathan Wills

Actor Michael Crawford's been in Cambridge helping to raise money for 'The Sick Children's Trust.'

Michael Crawford with Jonathan Wills Credit: ITV Anglia

In the 1970's millions watched him as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do Ave Em before he turned his hand to musicals with Phantom of The Opera.

  • Click below to watch our report on his visit to Acorn House near Addenbrooke's Hospital, one of the homes run by the trust, plus his chat with Jonathan Wills

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