Winning the Charter Mark for excellence in public service twice, the Cambridge Corn Exchange is one of the UK's finest entertainment venues. It has a capacity of 1,800 and, as a result, is often overlooked by bigger bands and artists. However, it has been host to the likes of Manic Street Preachers, The Feeling, Jimmy Carr and Russell Brand.
Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire has been host to some of the UK's most memorable outdoors concerts and festivals. The first rock concerts took place at Knebworth Park in the mid seventies, when acts like Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin performed to huge crowds.
Despite only having a capacity of around 1,700, the Regent Theatre in Ipswich remains a favourite of artists in both the music and comedy genres but also marks it out as the largest theatre in East Anglia. The Regent originally opened in 1929, where it was known as the Gaumont. The name was briefly changed to the Odeon before becoming the Regent.