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Curiosity Killed the Cat are just one of the highlights of the 40th Anniversary Havering Show this August Bank Holiday weekend.

An up and coming grime artist from Harold Wood is hoping to win the most votes and secure a “life changing opportunity” in a national music awards ceremony.

There’s something for everyone as residents are invited to look beyond the music at this year’s 40th anniversary Havering Show.

A high-energy show celebrating the music and life of Eric Clapton is coming to Brookside Theatre.

Two of Motown’s former Supremes will be bringing legendary tunes from one of the most iconic female bands to Romford.

A Gidea Park rapper hopes listeners will enjoy his “energetic” summer tune for 2018.

The line-up for the town centre’s first ever indoor festival has been revealed with just one week left until its launch.

A 13-year-old from Elm Park who competed against two other young singers in the knock-out stages of The Voice Kids UK 2018 has accepted “it wasn’t meant to be”.

A 13-year-old from Elm Park sang his heart out in the third episode of a blind singing audition and secured himself a place in the battle round.

Several of Brookside Theatre’s favourite tribute artists are set to rock the stage this August in The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll showdown.

A tribute to one of the world’s biggest bands is set to blow Hornchurch away with their pitch-perfect Sting and The Police performance.

A popular jive and swing band who were semi-finalists on Britain’s Got Talent entertained Romford shoppers as part of their anti-drugs campaign.

Fans of one of X-Factor’s finest exports are invited to see The Little Mix Experience at the Queen’s Theatre.

For one night only the Queen’s Theatre will be transported into 1920s New York City for an evening at Harlem’s legendary nightclub, the Cotton Club.

Sunny weather and a popular performance attracted a full capacity crowd to the popular Langtons Summer Concert, with some residents being turned away from the Hornchurch garden’s gates.

To celebrate more than 2000 performances of jazz at a well-known Hornchurch theatre, Corrigan’s Band of Hope will be holding their biggest concert yet.

An upcoming DJ from Elm Park is aiming high in the music industry by making her name in Los Angeles.

A Karen Carpenter tribute act promises to provide a romantic and magical evening of music for fans at Queen’s Theatre.

Romford Film Festival’s second annual event proved to be a hit at Premiere Cinema with a sell out awards ceremony on Monday.

International music acts, delicious food stalls and lots of lots of glitter - Upminster’s We Are FSTVL was a great start to the summer festival season.

As thousands of music lovers head to Upminster this bank holiday weekend for We Are FSTVL, here are some of the roads that may be closed during the festivities.

Thousands of music lovers will soon be dancing the weekend away as the popular We Are FSTVL makes a comeback.

A successful band who went from performing before small crowds in Romford and Upminster to performing before thousands, have returned with a new album and a refreshed line-up.

The borough’s biggest summer event, the Havering Show is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with music from four different decades.

The Collier Row owners of an independent record label took their music abroad to perform in an international Amsterdam music festival.

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