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24th February 2017


Celebrate the hairstyles of Ipswich

Did you have a beehive or a Beatles mop? Were mullets or mohicans the rage when you were younger or were you into a suede head look or a tight curl perm? And what about today … are you sporting threads, a taper fade, a dyed Afro or something more radical? Whatever your style, Ipswich

Tavaziva Dance – Africarmen

A fusion of ballet, contemporary and African dance is what makes Bawren Tavaziva’s interpretation of the Carmen story so beautiful, sensual and strikingly powerful. Tavaziva Dance brings Africarmen to Ipswich on Friday 31 March. Performed by six stunning dancers, Africarmen ignites this classic tale of desire, deceit and corruption in an African township where military

So you think you’re clever!!!

Come on, all you clever quizzers – the Mayor of Ipswich wants you to test your knowledge against the best … and the rest. The annual Mayor’s Charity Quiz takes place in the Grand Hall of the Corn Exchange on Thursday 23rd February at 7.30pm. The Mayor, Councillor Roger Fern, said: “This is an eagerly

Tribute to Karen Carpenter

Voice Of The Heart – Karen Carpenter will be at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday 14th February. It is now just over 30 years since the legendary Karen Carpenter passed away, she left behind an amazing catalogue of hit songs and golden memories and is still played daily on radio stations throughout

Dick Whittington

The Company of Four are returning to the Riverside Theatre in Woodbridge this February half term with the traditional family pantomime Dick Whittington & His Cat. The plot is loosely based on the true story of Dick Whittington who became Lord Mayor of London three times back in the 1300’s. Dick Whittington arrives in London

Possibly the funniest play ever!

Kicking off the New Year at The Avenue Theatre is a smorgasbord of exciting shows and events. From world-class live music to top names in comedy – Red Rose Chain’s Spring season has something to entertain everyone! In March, get ready for an unbelievable, immersive tale, guaranteed to delight dapper ladies and gents throughout the

New Artist in residence

A new artist in residence is about to start work at the Ipswich Art Gallery after beating more than 50 other applicants to this sought after post. Jonathan D Boast will move into High Street this month to help inspire local schools, colleges and community groups to engage with the Eduardo Paolozzi: General Dynamic F.U.N. exhibition.

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

The critically acclaimed improvisational frontrunner Showstopper! The Improvised Musical heads out on tour. Fresh from their 2016 Olivier Award Winning West End debut at the Apollo Theatre, The Showstoppers are looking to make 2017 their best year yet one new musical at a time. No two nights are ever the same as The Showstoppers take

Review: Guys & Dolls

Guys and Dolls is a classic stage musical, first playing on Broadway back in 1950, although it’s probably the film adaptation (1955), starring Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando, that brought the piece to most people’s attention. Throughout the years Guys and Dolls has continued to play around the world and attract audiences new and old.

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