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Review: Oysters

Review: Oysters

Oysters, beautifully written by the talented Ivan Cutting, tells the story of Mo, a former boat builder at a busy yard in Essex, who is restoring an old oyster smack that has been recovered from the mud of the river bed.  Helping Mo is Angie, a hard-working apprentice [Read More]

Trianon Concert for Swimming Pool

The Broomhill Pool Trust is working in partnership with St Peters by the Waterfront and Trianon for a special event. The acclaimed Trianon Music Group is performing this benefit concert for St Peters and Broomhill Pool, Ipswich. Tickets are on sale now, but hurry as this is [Read More]

PULSE 2015 is launched

PULSE 2015 is launched

Returning for its 15th year, this 10 day festival offers a bright and inspiring snapshot of contemporary theatre with established and emerging artists both local and those from further afield. Opening PULSE are Britain’s hottest young acrobats, the all-male trio Barely [Read More]

Does your child want to pursue dance as a career?

Does your child want to pursue dance as a career?

The DanceEast Centre for Advanced Training is holding an Open Day on Sunday 19 April at the Jerwood DanceHouse for prospective students and their families to gain an insight into DanceEast’s pre-professional training programme. The Open Day will include a dance workshop [Read More]

New Wolsey announce Autumn Season

New Wolsey announce Autumn Season

Headlining the Autumn season for 2015 at the New Wolsey is a new actor-musician production of the classic swingin’ sixties musical SWEET CHARITY which runs from Thursday 3 to Saturday 26 September, directed by Artistic Director Peter Rowe. Meet Charity Hope Valentine – [Read More]

Concert at St John’s

St John the Baptist Church in Ipswich is the venue for an evening of Spring music.  Trianon Music Group’s choir and orchestra perform at the church in Cauldwell Hall Road on Saturday 18th April 2015 at 7.30pm. Guest conductor Stephen Rumsey makes a welcome return [Read More]

What’s On: April 2015

Your day by day guide to April....what's on and where to go around the Ipswich area [Read More]

Gigs: April 2015

If you're looking for a night out with some live music ... you'll find it here [Read More]

Killer Queen Concert

Killer Queen Concert

Killer Queen formed back in June 1993. Their first public shows were at London University, following in the footsteps of the real Queen who had played their first shows there 21 years earlier. By 1995 Killer Queen’s UK popularity had grown to such an extent they secured a [Read More]

All My Sons – Mercury, Colchester

All My Sons – Mercury, Colchester

If you missed All My Sons when it came to Ipswich earlier this year, you have a second chance to see this stunning piece of theatre when the production returns to the area this April. Written by Arthur Miller, All My Sons is a story of love, family and secrets. Set in [Read More]

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Felixstowe Plant Sale

A Plant Sale will be held at Seaton Road Methodist Church, Felixstowe on Saturday 2nd May from 10am until 12pm. The [Read More]

Hadleigh Community goes Gospel…

Bringing a community together to become dementia friendly is a high priority for the residents of Hadleigh as is [Read More]

Railway museum remembers the War

Railway museum remembers the War

Head to Mid Suffolk Light Railway to get a taste of a branch line in the war years. [Read More]

Scam warning for pensioners

The Ipswich & District Citizens Advice Bureau is warning pensioners in Ipswich about scammers targeting their [Read More]

Review: Oysters

Review: Oysters

Oysters, beautifully written by the talented Ivan Cutting, tells the story of Mo, a former boat builder at a busy yard [Read More]