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26th May 2017

Entertainment

Suffolk Show Preview

Excitement is building with just days to go until gates open at the county’s greatest event, the Suffolk Show. Held at Trinity Park on Wednesday 31st May and Thursday 1st June, organisers are set for the most hotly-anticipated event in the county’s calendar with thousands of fun activities, experiences and attractions for the whole family

Ballet Black: Triple Bill including Red Riding Hood

Ballet Black are back following a sell-out show at DanceEast in 2016 that delighted a new generation of dance fans with its ‘dash, daring and joie de vivre’ (Guardian). In her latest mixed bill, Artistic Director Cassa Pancho commissions bold choreography once more, blending the classical and contemporary, narrative and abstract, for her ballet company

Come and see the Clangers!

The team at Ipswich Museum is busy preparing for next month’s launch of the “Clangers, Bagpuss & Co” exhibition. The children’s favourites are taking over the Ipswich Art Gallery in High Street to bring a ray of summer sunshine over the holidays. They will be joined by Ivor The Engine and Noggin the Nog; clearly

Latitude line-up announced

Latitude Festival has announced the line up for their twelfth edition, which takes place from Thursday 13th until Sunday 16th July 2017 in the stunning grounds of Henham Park, Suffolk. Fresh from their Best British Group win at the BRIT Awards and two sold-out nights at the O2 Arena, The 1975 will headline Friday night

Circus brings worldwide acts to Suffolk

The multi award winning Russells International Circus will be returning the Suffolk in the near future stopping off at Ipswich, Felixstowe and Stowmarket. This years sensational all human spectacular features stars of the Romanian state circus alongside the best of British circus skills. One of the many new attractions include the Cirque Berserk Riders all

Return of popular Photography Festival

Ginnel Foto Fest made its debut last May as an alternative arts festival in the heart of the town’s Westgate Ward. An urban space in Clarkson Street was opened to the public to exhibit high quality photos for the benefit of the community. The now established Ginnel Foto Community is delighted to announce this year’s

Theatre celebrates 80 years

Colchester’s Mercury Theatre celebrates 80 years since the formation of the Repertory Company and 45 years since the current building opened it’s doors on 10th May 1972 for the first time. The theatre company – then known as the Colchester Repertory Company – had been established some 35 years earlier by Robert Digby and Beatrice

Review: Bring on the Bollywood

All the colour, energy and drama that you can expect in a Bollywood movie is brought to the New Wolsey stage in this vibrant Bollywood inspired musical from the Leicester-based Phizzical Productions. Like most Bollywood movies this production is a love-story but it’s not all serious, there’s plenty of humour in there too. The principal

Ipswich youngster’s CD raises money for homeless

11 year old Roma Manteiga Nicholson, from Ipswich, is hoping to raise £2000 for Suffolk-based charity Selig, which runs a number of local projects to support the homeless and victims of domestic abuse. The thoughtful St Albans RC High School pupil has recorded a three-song EP which will go on sale at Sailmakers shopping centre

The Music from the Boats That Rocked

A guest star radio DJ presents an evening of music from the Golden Era of Radio when the BBC was ignoring pop music and the Pirates ruled the airwaves. A multitude of 1960s/70s performers – including THE HONEYCOMBS, the legendary singer TONY BURROWS (Famous for his work with The Ivy League, The Flower Pot Men,

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