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Lowestoft-born composer Benjamin Britten founded the world-renowned Aldeburgh Festival in 1948, with the event taking up permanent residence at Snape Maltings in 1967.

Further inland, you’ll now find the John Peel Centre for the Creative Arts

Numerous venues host concerts and gigs include the University of East Anglia Lower Common Room, Theatre Royal and Waterfront all in Norwich, Ipswich Regent Theatre, and Cambridge Corn Exchange.

Latitude, First Light, Forest Live in Thetford Forest and the Norfolk & Norwich Festival (the UK’s longest-running arts celebration), the East offers something for every taste.