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20th July 2018

Entertainment

Review: Polstead – Eastern Angles

An extremely talented all female cast brings the story of Maria Marten and the true story of her murder in the Red Barn to life in Eastern Angles latest offering – Polstead. The Murder in the Red Barn is one of those tales that is fixed in the history of Suffolk. A young woman killed

Red Rose Chain present Much Ado About Nothing

It’s almost that time again! The highlight of the summer when the fantastic Red Rose Chain theatre company return to bring you Theatre in the Forest! And this year is going to be incredible as they take on Shakespeare’s most madcap comedy, Much Ado About Nothing amongst the trees at Jimmy’s Farm. Not only is

Brass on the Grass 2018

For over 14 years the Friends of Christchurch Park have brought the summer tradition of free Sunday afternoon band concerts to Christchurch Park.  The concerts are held on the beautiful Upper Arboretum lawn at the Park’s ‘bandstand’, the Arts and Crafts shelter, near the Henley Road entrance.    Everyone is welcome to come along, maybe to

Another weekend of summer fun!

The great Ipswich summer continues this weekend with two fabulous FREE events at Ipswich’s Christchurch Park: Global Rhythm and the Indian Mela. On Saturday (7th July) get ready to travel the globe for a colourful celebration of worldwide music and culture – yes Global Rhythm is back. Between 1pm and 7pm, enjoy live music, art

Splash-tastic at Alton Water

Summer fun in Suffolk just got bigger and wetter, with the launch of a brand-new inflatable Aqua Park at Alton Water near Ipswich. Launching on Saturday 7th July 2018, Aqua Park Suffolk measures more than 8000 square meters and features a staggering 72 obstacles, set to make it the largest Aqua Park to splash down

Review: James Blunt, Newmarket Nights

James Blunt’s third show at Newmarket, The Afterlove Tour, was tremendous fun, humorous and wildly energetic. The iconic venue hosts a range of artists and arriving at the Premier Enclosure, felt a little different to other concerts, with Race goers dressing up for the occasion, and that’s exactly what it was, an occasion to be

July at Stonham Barns

Summer has arrived and at Stonham Barns during July there is lots to do for the whole family. There is the History Alive on Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July with thrilling combat displays, living history encampments from Viking warriors to American settlers. Re-enactment groups and demonstrations, periodic music and entertainment, craft stalls, fun

July at Spa

July is hotting up at the Spa starting off with the brilliant vocal performance of Fleetingwood Mac on Saturday 7th July from 7.30pm. This fresh young band bring across the live sound of Fleetwood Mac, with authentic guitar, keyboard, drums, a man on the bass and of course, those legendary vocals. They are closely followed

New play tells story of The Red Barn Murder

The murder in the Red Barn is one of those stories that sticks in the mind. It has all the elements of a classic period drama – Maria Marten killed by her lover William Corder, his subsequent trial and hanging, public outrage and fascination with the twists and turns of the plot. Now, Eastern Angles are bringing this infamous tale to the

Ipswich Music Day

Ipswich Music Day is the biggest free outdoor music festival in the region and is full of musical talent – emerging talent and old favourites alike. The Final Line up has been announced and, if the names are anything to go by you’re in for a bang in Christchurch Park on Sunday 1st July! Soul

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