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Newmarket: Dizzee Rascal will be entertaining race-goers at Newmarket Nights tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 17:18 07 August 2014 | UPDATED: 17:18 07 August 2014

Dizzee Rascal will be at Newmarket on Friday night

Dizzee Rascal will be at Newmarket on Friday night

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Dizzee Rascal makes his long awaited debut at The Adnams Newmarket Nights tomorrow.

The Bonkers star has a hard act to follow with Tom Jones’ sold out performance breaking the hearts of thousands last Friday.

Sir Tom Jones was back by popular demand for the third time in four years and attracted an estimated of more than 20,000.

Dizzee released his latest album, The Fifth in September 2013 with hits such as Goin’ Crazy and Bassline Junkie.

The last two acts on the bill for Newmarkets summer programme are Wet Wet Wet and Peter Andre.

The Adnams Newmarket Nights are now in their 28th year and promise to be an evening to remember.

The musical Once has proved itself to be a contemporary classic that tells an aspirational story full of tears and laughter. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to director Peter Rowe and the cast as the play opens the New Wolsey’s autumn season

Stately homes, castles, ruins, windmills, gardens and historic boats are all welcoming visitors free of charge for this year’s Heritage Open Days.

The Barton Players are busy rehearsing for their comedy which is being staged next month in the village.

It’s a heart-warming and at times heart-rending performance by this wonderful cast admiringly led by the indomitable Roy Hudd.

HighTide opens next week and Suffolk writer and musician Tallulah Brown is unveiling her new play Songlines, which combines the joys of theatre with that of a live gig. She talks to arts editor Andrew Clarke

Heritage Open Days return to the county this September with two jam-packed weekends of free events.

Fans looking to spice up their lives are in for a treat as Spice Girls show comes to the region.

Cards on the table, Oliver is my second least favourite musical ever; but if anybody could convert me it’s John Hales, who directed the best version of Little Shop of Horrors I’ve seen.

Nicholas Parsons has had many starring roles during his long career. He spoke about not giving in to old age, always learning and a little quiz show broadcast from Norwich.

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