What's On - Key Events
'Banksy' Grappling Hook
Fri 26th Jul 2019 - Mon 30th Sep 2019
An extraordinary art work by the renowned street artist, Banksy, is on temporary display in Ely Cathedral during the summer months. The Grappling Hook (2017) is an original piece signed by the artist, and is presented in the form of a large crucifix with 3 steel grapples and over 4 metre length of knotted rope.
The 'Grappling Hook' is widely acknowledged as one of the most iconic pieces to emerge from Banksy's Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem and is known to have been created as a powerful statement highlighting the struggles surrounding the West Bank and the division of the two most holy cities in Christianity. Banksy refers to the piece as a "military grade grappling hook and combined spiritual ornament". As well as the Grappling Hook, the specially created hand sprayed box is also be on display. It has been described as arresting, moving and polemic and ranks alongside the artist's most significant works.
The Grappling Hook has been kindly loaned to the Cathedral by a specialist collector who wishes to remain anonymous.
Art in Wood 2019
Sat 17th Aug 2019 - Mon 26th Aug 2019
10am - 5pm
Join the Ely Guild of Woodturners at this year's 'Art In Wood' exhibition which will be held at the usual venue (opposite the magnificent Ely Cathedral CB7 4EW) Entrance is free, so do pop in and see what it's all about.
Our members will be submitting lots of their pieces and giving the public a chance to see the versatility of our craft.
For more information about the EGW or our Art in Wood exhibition, check out our website www.elyguildofwoodturners.org.uk and follow us on Twitter @Elywoodturners
Summer Guided Walks - Eel Heritage Walk
Mon 26th Aug 2019
Eel Heritage Walk
Discover the importance of the Eel trade and how it shaped the history of this beautiful city. Marvel at the artworks connected to our Eel Heritage along the way and see Ely with a whole new perspective, with the aid of our knowledgeable guide.
Walks will begin from Oliver Cromwell's House. Pre-booking is advised to avoid disappointment and tickets can be booked on-line. For full details please check website.
Distance approx 1.5 to 1.75 miles
Time 1 hour 15 mins to 1 hour 30 mins
Christopher Somerville on Britain's Cathedrals
Tue 27th Aug 2019
When Christopher Somerville set out to explore Britain's cathedrals, he found his fixed ideas shaken to the roots. Starting out, he pictured cathedrals - Britain possesses over one hundred - as great unmoving bastions of tradition. But as he journeys among favourites old and new, he discovers buildings and communities that have been in constant upheaval for a thousand years. Here are stories of the monarchs and bishops who ordered the building of these massive but unstable structures, the masons whose genius brought them into being, the peasant labourers who erected (and died on) the scaffolding. We learn of rogue saints exploited by holy sinners, the pomp and prosperity that followed these ships of stone, the towns that grew up in their shadows, the impact of the Black Death, the Reformation and icon-smashing Puritanism, the revival brought about by the Industrial Revolution, and the hope and disillusion of two world wars. Meeting believers and non-believers, architects and archaeologists, the cleaner who dusts the monuments and the mason who judges stone by its taste, we delve deep into the private lives and the uncertain future of these ever-voyaging 'Ships of Heaven'.
Children's Holiday Activity Day
Wed 28th Aug 2019
The second activity day at Prickwillow Engine Museum will have a craft workshop with items to make and take home, have fun making models, pictures, scratch art and more. Plus a museum treasure hunt. We would also advise parents to bring along an apron to help keep their child/children clean.
Cost £5.00 per child will also include a slice of pizza, a cake and a drink (please advise special dietary requests before the day) Children need to be accompanied by an adult (no charge for the accompanying adult at the workshop) Other food and drinks available to purchase. Ample free car parking available.
Further details or dietary requests contact Kay on 01353 778442, or Pauline on 01353 720737
Last chance to visit Ely Museum
Sat 31st Aug 2019 - Sun 1st Sep 2019
Ely Museum will close its doors for a year on Sunday 1st September while our exciting redevelopment plans get underway. To celebrate our final weekend, join us for a fun weekend with free entry and lots of fun activities for all ages.
Each gallery will be brought to life with reenactors, crafts, Fenland food tasting and you will have the chance to leave your mark on our graffiti wall.
Mindfulness for Mental Health - Ely Library
Sat 31st Aug 2019
Mindfulness for Mental Health Introductory Talk/Poems/Practice All Welcome
Free Admission. 2pm - 3:30 p.m.
Kim-Joy comes to Ely!
Tue 10th Sep 2019
We're very excited about this: everyone's favourite Great British Bake Off finalist, Kim-Joy is coming to talk to us, and bringing tasters! Infuse your baking with a sprinkle of glitter, a rainbow of colours and a menagerie of woodland creatures with the help of this unique baking book. Whether you want to learn how to make a llama cookie, a cat paradise cake, a panda-madeleine or a choux-bun turtle, there's something here to capture your imagination and spread a little (Kim-)Joy!
Thu 12th Sep 2019 - Thu 17th Oct 2019
Would you like to give your relationship a health check? St. Mary's Church is running a 6 week course at Caffe Nero, Ely High Street.
Thursday nights @ 7.45pm. Come and join us!
To book your place or for more information, contact St. Mary's Church Office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thu 12th Sep 2019
Love Local - Pop Up Evening!
Come and join us at the Maltings, Riverside Ely for a fantastic shopping event! With over 20 local independents exhibiting their amazing products, choose from handicrafts, fashion, jewellery, home interiors and so much more. Tickets are £4 pp and include a welcome bag full of locally sourced produced goodies and a glass of fizz!) Buy your tickets on the door, or pre-purchase from Jensen's, Spotted in Ely Events, Ely's Tourist Information Centre or just email email@example.com
Looking forward to seeing you there, supporting independent shopping!
Herman Melville Study Weekend
Sat 14th Sep 2019 - Sun 15th Sep 2019
'Moby-Dick' is widely regarded as one of the very greatest and most original novels ever written. Yet many are put off by the length, strangeness and seeming difficulty of Herman Melville's masterwork and remain unaware of the range and fascination of his other writings. In fact, 'Moby-Dick' is the central pinnacle of a substantial, varied and brilliant output, extending from the lush Polynesian romance of 'Typee', through to the spare tragedy of 'Billy Budd', and encompassing everything from realistic tales of sea-faring, to sparkling black comedy and eerily prophetic stories of everyday working life - not to mention one of the longest poems in the English language. Robert Jones of Topping & Company - who has long been convinced that this author's richly rewarding creative qualities have too often been obscured by overheated critical commentaries - leads a weekend-long exploration of Melville's work, placing him in the fascinating historical context of early C19th American expansion, tracing his extensive travels by sea and land and following the dramatic fluctuations of his literary reputation. In doing so, he hopes to reveal this truly extraordinary writer as an altogether more lucid and approachable figure than is often assumed.
George Alagiah in Ely
Sat 14th Sep 2019
George Alagiah is known to us all as an outstanding news journalist for the BBC, having been with the corporation since 1989. In his long career, he has interviewed Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu, covered the conflicts in Kosovo and Iraq and won countless awards for his fearless reporting.
Now however, he turns his hand to fiction; his debut novel is set in South Africa and George uses all his experience to tell a story which is suspenseful and enlightening, portraying the new South Africa with authority, precision of detail and his trademark insight.
Travel beyond the iconic
Sun 15th Sep 2019
Travel beyond the iconic postcard picture moments to truly explore off the beaten track destinations of the world. Archer & Gaher Adventures is a local tour operator that specialises in those magical and personal holiday experiences.
This event will focus on such hidden gems and how to travel sustainably to lower your carbon footprint while discovering the world’s most exciting destinations.
- Welcome snacks and refreshments
- Prizes to be won throughout the event
- Destination and holiday experts on hand to answer your questions
So come and join us on the 15th September between 12.00-18.00 at the Poets House to inspire your next adventure.
Martin Walker in Ely
Mon 16th Sep 2019
Bruno, chief of police, faces a dark reckoning with France's past in this page-turning mystery. A rich American art student is found dead at the bottom of a well in an ancient hilltop castle. The young woman, Claudia, had been working in the archives of an eminent French art historian, a crippled Resistance war hero, at his art-filled chateau. As Claudia's White House connections get the US Embassy and the FBI involved, Bruno traces the people and events that led to her fatal accident - or was it murder? Bruno learns that Claudia had been trying to buy the chateau and art collection of her tutor, even while her researches led her to suspect that some of his attributions may have been forged. This takes Bruno down a trail that leads him from the ruins of Berlin in 1945, to France's colonial war in Algeria. The long arm of French history has reached out to find a new victim, but can Bruno identify the killer - and prove his case?
Join us for a gripping evening of crime and mystery with Bruno's creator, Martin Walker.
Miranda Sykes plays Ely Folk Club
Wed 18th Sep 2019
Miranda Sykes, the acclaimed singer and bassist with 'A Show of Hands' returns with a new album and UK tour. After a career spanning over 20 years, during which time she has played with many of the top musicians and singers within the folk world, she will be touring solo as she started out: One woman, one bass and one guitar! Powerful and hard-hitting but also poignant and beautiful, this show is not to be missed. Tickets £12 adv or £13 on the door.
Historian Tom Holland in Ely
Thu 19th Sep 2019
Christianity is the most enduring and influential legacy of the ancient world, and its emergence the single most transformative development in Western history. In 'Dominion' award-winning historian and broadcaster Tom Holland will tell the story of how we came to be what we are, and how we think the way that we do, in the broadest historical context. Ranging in time from the Persian invasion of Greece in 480 BC to the on-going migration crisis in Europe today, and from Nebuchadnezzar to the Beatles, he will explore just what it was that made Christianity so revolutionary and disruptive. Terrific: bold, ambitious and passionate - Peter Frankopan.
The Best in Comedy
Fri 20th Sep 2019
An internationally-acclaimed live act, headliner Adam Hess is an Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated chap and star of ITV’s Tonight at the London Palladium & The Stand-Up Sketch Show as well as performing on Live from the BBC.
Eleanor Tiernan is a hilarious Irish stand-up comedian known for her uniquely oblique world view. She was recently a panelist on BBC Radio 4’s News Quiz and Where’s the F In News?
Kai Samra has quickly risen to becomeone of the most exciting acts on the circuit today, combining an edgy stage presence confident delivery.
Your compare for the evening Phil Ellis is an award winning comedian who has entertained audiences of all ages with his amalgamation of off-beat observational material and physical comedy.
Martin Roscoe plays Shostakovich piano concerto no 2
Sat 21st Sep 2019
Ely Sinfonia celebrates its twentieth anniversary concert with MARTIN ROSCOE plays SHOSTAKOVICH'S PIANO CONCERTO NO 2 in Ely Cathedral. Mozart Symphony No 29 Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2 Beethoven Symphony No 7 with Martin Roscoe, piano Ely Sinfonia Conductor: Steve Bingham Ely Sinfonia celebrates its 20th anniversary with a concert of greats - Mozart's 29th, Beethoven's 7th and Shostakovich's 2nd piano concerto, played by Martin Roscoe.
A long-standing friend of the orchestra, Martin Roscoe is one of the UK's best loved piano soloists. He is a prolific recitalist and chamber musician and has performed all over the world with eminent conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Sir Mark Elder and Christoph von Dohnanyi.
Tickets cost £25, £18 or £15 (reserved), or £8 (unreserved). Concessions are £15 in £18 seats. They are available from Ely Cathedral Box Office (Tel 01353 660349) Email firstname.lastname@example.org or online from https://www.elycathedral.org/events.
Recital - Kings School, Ely
Sat 21st Sep 2019
Come and spend an evening with David Brownlow playing violin and Ryoko Yasujima playing piano. Featuring music by Elgar, Dvorak, Massenet, Chopin and Lizet.
In aid of PARKINSON'S UK CHARITY - CHANGES ATTITUDES. FIND A CURE.
Available online at
Or from Ely Tourist Information, Oliver Cromwell's House, 29 St Mary's Street, CB7 4HF TEL: 01353 662062
Downton Experience - The Band of Hope
Sat 21st Sep 2019
Come and join the 'Band of Hope' for a 'Downton Experience'. In conjunction with the launch of the Downton Abbey movie, this wonderful band will be re-creating the most wonderful evening of dancing and fun taking place at Queen Adelaide Village Hall. Enjoy a glass of fizz on arrival (thereafter bring your own) and please use this opportunity to dress up in the costume of the period and enjoy! Tickets are priced at £10 pp and are available from band members or
Sun 22nd Sep 2019
Ely Cathedral is known affectionately as 'The Ship of the Fens', but on Sunday 22 September, it will once again be transformed into a modern day Noah's Ark, as hundreds of animals are welcomed to the annual 'Animal Service'. This celebration of animals, in aid of local and national animal charities, is undoubtedly one of the most joyful occasions in the Cathedral Calendar as we welcome cats, dogs, ferrets, guinea pigs, tortoises, alpacas and not forgetting our friends from the Donkey Sanctuary!
Chris Riddell in Ely!
Tue 24th Sep 2019
Beloved illustrator and political cartoonist Chris Riddell is coming to Ely to celebrate his beautiful new book. In 'Poems to Fall in Love With' Chris Riddell has selected and illustrated his very favourite classic and modern poems about love. This gorgeously illustrated collection celebrates love in all its guises, from silent admiration through passion to tearful resignation. These poems speak of the universal experiences of the heart and are brought to life with Chris's exquisite, intricate artwork. This perfect gift features famous poems, old and new, and a few surprises. Classic verses sit alongside the modern to create the ultimate collection. We are delighted to welcome Chris to Ely for the first time, and we hope you can join us for this early autumn highlight!
Louise Doughty in Ely
Thu 26th Sep 2019
Once again, Topping and Company in Ely are delighted to welcome the wonderful Louise Doughty to tell us about her new psychological thriller. Platform Seven. 4am. Peterborough Railway Station is deserted. The man crossing the covered walkway on this freezing November morning is confident he's alone. As he sits on the metal bench at the far end of the platform it is clear his choice is strategic - he's as far away from the night staff as he can get. What the man doesn't realise is that he has company. Lisa Evans knows what he has decided. She knows what he is about to do as she tries and fails to stop him walking to the platform edge. Two deaths on Platform Seven. Two fatalities in eighteen months - surely they're connected? No one is more desperate to understand what connects them than Lisa Evans herself. After all, she was the first of the two to die.
Green Month at St. Mary's Church
Sun 29th Sep 2019 - Sun 13th Oct 2019
For decades we have consumed resources as if they are inexhaustible, as if the world is ours, rather than a precious gift from God. Now we see the consequences of our choices - we know that this cannot go on.
In Green Month at St Mary's we'll be looking together at how we respond as a community, as a city and as a global village! Do come and join us each Sunday. Join in with the Green Team, with the Children's Programme and with the Debate! (9:00 Traditional & 10:30 Families) Looking forward to seeing you, Chris, Ruth, Matt & Stephen
Robin Page in Ely
Tue 1st Oct 2019
Robin Page's passion for English tradition set against the invasion of urban crawl has been his life and mission. In this updated version of his 1974 classic, 'The Decline of an English Village', he takes a fresh look at the decline of village life, and still has the ability to radiate enthusiasm for preserving this beloved countryside and its wildlife. We are delighted to welcome Robin back to Toppings.
Jim Al-Khalili in Ely
Wed 2nd Oct 2019
From renowned theoretical physicist, broadcaster and author Jim Al-Khalili, comes this thrilling debut novel drawing on cutting-edge science and set in a near-future full of dazzling technologies. 2041 and the world as we know it grinds to a halt. Our planet seems to be turning against itself - it would appear that the magnetic field, that protects life on Earth from deadly radiation from space, is failing. Desperate to quell the mass hysteria that would surely follow, world governments have concealed this rapidly emerging Armageddon. But a young Iranian hacktivist stumbles across the truth, and it becomes a race against time to reactivate the earth's core using beams of dark matter. As a small team of brave and brilliant scientists battle to find a way of transforming theory into practice, they face a fanatical group intent on pursuing their own endgame agenda: for they believe mankind to be a plague upon this earth and will do anything, commit any crime, to ensure that the project fails... Don't miss this very special evening of science fiction from one of our foremost scientists!
Let's start talking Rubbish!!
Tue 8th Oct 2019
Dealing with rubbish in our homes is a very confusing business. We all want to do the 'right thing' when it comes to recycling. So come along to find out more at a joint event organised by Renew - the Ely Cathedral Environment Group and the Circular Economy Club - CEC Ely Darren Hughes, the Waste Minimisation Officer at East Cambs District Council will talk rubbish with us!!
He will talk us through the maze of what to can be recycled and what cannot be recycled. He will explain the process after the green or blue bin rubbish is collected and he will explain the changes that are likely to take place as a result of the UK government's consultation paper, which is out for discussion. During the evening Peter Bates from the Circular Economy Club - Ely will also briefly talk about future plans to encourage local businesses to more away from the linear economy to embracing the Circular Economy.What's the Circular Economy you ask? Come and find out more! Or go to http://sustain.pjb.co.uk
Entry free - when you bring a piece of rubbish for recycling!
Emma Mitchell in Ely
Wed 9th Oct 2019
Emma's move to the Cambridgeshire Fens turned out to be a life-changing decision. Walks became more adventurous as she photographed, collected and sketched, collating thoughts, words and pictures into a shining work that celebrates not just the vivid aspects of our beautiful local landscape but the depths of its healing spirit as well. We're delighted to welcome Emma as we draw into autumn.
Ely Cathedral Harvest Festival
Fri 11th Oct 2019 - Sun 13th Oct 2019
Admission to the Cathedral on Saturday & Sunday is free of charge.
Friday 11 October - Harvest Festival weekend at Ely Cathedral begins with a Harvest Ceilidh with Catch the Pidgeon Band on Friday at 7.30pm in the beautiful setting of the Lady Chapel.
Saturday 12 October - Floral, food and farming displays will be open between 9am - 4pm. At 1.10pm there is a Lunchtime Concert by the George Heriot's School, Edinburgh Chamber Choir. Evensong takes place at 5.30pm.
Sunday 13 October - The Harvest Sung Eucharist on Sunday (sung by the boy choristers) takes place at 10.30am. At Midday we have our Harvest Lunch. The displays will be open between Midday - 4pm. At 4pm we have our Harvest 'Songs of Praise' with the presentation of Harvest gifts, as a thanksgiving for Harvest Home.
On Monday from 9.30am 'produce' will be on sale at the west end of the nave. This year's supported charities are the East Anglian Air Ambulance and Ely Foodbank.
Glymjack Plays Ely Folk Club
Wed 16th Oct 2019
Glymjacks music is pitched somewhere between the gritty Americana of Nebraska-era Bruce Springsteen and the string-laden indie-folk of Blue Rose Code. Live, Greg McDonald is joined in an acoustic duo line-up by fiddle virtuoso Gemma Gayner, expanding to a trio with bassist Dickon Collinson, delivering a high energy, harmony-rich set of hard-hitting original songs and English folk tunes, which has brought the house down at Cambridge Folk Festival and Broadstairs Folk Week.
The line-up tours the UK throughout 2019. Glymjacks debut album 'Light the Evening Fire' featuring Show of Hands legends Phil Beer and Steve Knightley, and Sam Kelly percussionist Evan Carson, has swept the folk world, with airplay across BBC radio, Acoustic declaring Glymjack as good as contemporary folk comes and the accompanying video being viewed 50,000 times on Facebook. Away from Glymjack, Greg plays in The Phil Beer Band and has composed music for films including Alan Partridge.
Tickets £11 adv / £12 on door
Ely’s Apple Festival 2019
Sat 19th Oct 2019
10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Palace Green (opposite Ely Cathedral), Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4EW
National Apple Day, traditionally held on or around 21st October, was launched in 1990 by Common Ground. Ely has been joining in with the celebrations since 2000 and the event has now become one of the best loved apple festivals in the area. The festival provides interest and intrigue whether you are interested in the educational, environmental or simply fun angle of the day.
Our experts from East of England Apples and Orchard Project will once again be in attendance to identify any apples that you wish to bring along. It is easier to identify if you can bring part of the stalk and/or leaf as well as the actual apple. So, if you have been mystified as to what kind of apples have been growing in your garden all these years, now is the time to find out.
There will be several competitions, demonstrations, birds of prey, Morris dancing, storytelling and activities running throughout the day including the ever-popular longest apple peeling competition, apple and spoon races and apply shy. Yes we pun a lot on apples!
Watergull Orchards, who kindly supply all our apples and bottles of juice for the various competitions, will be on hand to talk you through over 25 varieties of apples as well as over 10 varieties of juice and cider. As you might expect, all our food vendors have an apple twist so from apple teas to pork and apple sausages you can expect a wide variety of apple related culinary delights.
An Evening with Gyles Brandreth
Thu 24th Oct 2019
Giles has been a theatre producer, politician, journalist, author and publisher as well as TV presenter and radio star in a career which has spanned five decades. He is known equally for his record number of appearances on TV's Countdown, for his improvising wit on Radio's Just a Minute and his love of jumpers and teddy bears. In addition, his time as MP for the City of Chester inspired an acclaimed, and still relevant, account of Westminster. Now Gyles has produced 'Dancing by the Light of the Moon', a celebration of the finest uses of our English language from the classics, Auden, Wilde, Shakespeare to our all-time favourites, Milligan, McGough and Armitage, to even our most modern works by Rupi Kaur. There can be few more loved characters around than Giles Brandreth, and the show that goes with his book is 'A total joy', according to The Scotsman. We are over the moon to welcome him to Ely!
Charity Fundraising Ceilidh
Sat 9th Nov 2019
Join in an evening of dance and entertainment in aid of Royal Papworth, Addenbrookes and Macmillan Charities. This fun-packed evening will be held at Needhams Hall, Ely College Downham Road CB6 2SH. The evening will include ceilidh dancing, folk music and a buffet supper. To purchase your ticket please follow the link below, or purchase from Ely's Tourist Information Centre at Oliver Cromwells House, or Babylon Gallery, Waterside Ely.
MacMillan's Stabat Mater with Britten Sinfonia and The Sixteen
Sat 9th Nov 2019
MacMillan's Stabat Mater was first performed at the Barbican in 2016 by Britten Sinfonia and The Sixteen, under the baton of Harry Christophers. On the back of an acclaimed recording and a live streamed performance at the Vatican, these exceptional artists will present the US premiere of Stabat Mater in New York early November before coming to perform the work in the imposing surroundings of Ely Cathedral. James MacMillan's Stabat Mater for choir and string orchestra is a gripping masterpiece evoking a mother's anguish. For the composer, 'beauty is at the heart of our Christian faith' and his new Stabat Mater is sure to be profoundly shaped by his beliefs. But this is a work with deep roots and a universal message; placed next to hauntingly emotional music by Vaughan Williams, Tallis and his own Miserere the Stabat Mater becomes a celebration both of tradition and of radical renewal.
Ely Cathedral Christmas Gift & Food Fair
Thu 14th Nov 2019 - Sat 16th Nov 2019
Now in its eighth year, this popular event is widely acknowledged as one of East Anglia's exceptional Christmas shopping experiences. Over 120 bespoke trade stalls are located in the Cathedral's magnificent nave, its famous Lady Chapel and a heated marquee in the beautiful Cathedral grounds. This high profile event, inside one of Cambridgeshire's most iconic venues, makes Ely Cathedral Christmas Gift & Food Fair a perfect day out.
The Ely Cathedral Christmas Gift & Food Fair takes place on the 14, 15 & 16 November 2019, with a preview evening on Wednesday 13 November. Opening times vary, please check the website for full details. Tickets on sale Summer 2019.
G4 - Christmas
Thu 21st Nov 2019
After sell-out tours in 2017 & 2018, G4 return to Ely Cathedral in 2019 with their biggest and best Christmas tour to date!
With a series of 28 shows in beautiful venues nationwide, these intimate performances see Jonathan, Lewis, Mike and Nick recall the musical experiences of their childhoods. Expect to hear timeless classics such as When A Child is Born, Silent Night and All I Want For Christmas, as well as delightful medleys to evoke the Christmas spirit, all delivered up-close and personal in some of the UK''s most iconic historical venues.
David Mitchell in Ely!
Tue 26th Nov 2019
David Mitchell's bestselling book 'Dishonesty is the Second - Best Policy' is a funny, provocative and refreshing celebration (and commiseration) of the state of things in our - not entirely glorious - modern world. There are many aspects of modern life that trouble award-winning comedian David Mitchell: from the UKIP surge to Brexit shambles, digging up Richard III to breaking up fatbergs, from Big Society to food banks, to nuclear weapons, phone etiquette and twerking. So who better to pierce through the noise, and shed light on these peculiar times. Join us for a night of incisive, hilarious, and brilliantly observed comedy as we tour the absurdities of the present age. Early Bird places are limited, so do book soon to avoid disappointment.
Fri 13th Dec 2019 - Sun 5th Jan 2020
Ely's Magical Pantomime Adventure
The amazing KD Productions have released the dates for this year's Pantomime, Dick Whittington! Come and join in the laughter, fun and frivolity at The Maltings, Ely from December 13th through to January 5th. Tickets now available to purchase from the link below, so get the date in your diary and your tickets booked. Visit Ely will be running a family ticket competition, so keep you eyes peeled for further information.