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21st January 2017

Entertainment

Beat the post-Christmas Blues with a Quiz

Have you had enough of those dark evenings in? Come along for a fun Quiz at the Bell Inn, Kesgrave on Sunday 5th February, 7.30pm for 8pm start.. Tickets will be £5 per person to include food (a vegetarian option will be available). Teams of four. Tickets available from Home-Start, 8a The Square, Martlesham Heath,

New Year at the Apex

Get the new year underway with some great musical entertainment at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds. There are plenty of tributes and variety shows to keep you entertained. Fleetwood Bac replicate the classic ‘Rumours’ line-up on 20 January. The Chicago Blues Brothers pack their show with the best blues, Motown and sweet soul music

Guys and Dolls

Eastern Edge Theatre Company bring their fabulous production of Guys & Dolls to The Spa. This hugely talented youth company recently sold out the studio at the Wolsey Theatre with Bridge Over Oblivion, an original musical written, produced and directed by their team. The Spa have partnered with Eastern Edge to host this fund-raising run

Trianon on Screen 2017

Gallop into the New Year from the court of Camelot to a café in Casablanca with Trianon Music Group for Trianon on Screen 2017. The Group is delighted that Denis King will be attending their first concert of the new season at the Ipswich Corn Exchange. Denis is the Ivor Novello award winning composer of the enduring theme

New Year Concert

Gippeswyk Singers are celebrating the New Year with a special concert featuring Martlesham Brass on Sunday 8th January 2017 at St Michael’s Church in Martlesham Heath. This will be a joyful evening of choral and brass band music to begin 2017, including Bob Chilcott’s wonderful “Little Jazz Mass”. The Singers are delighted to be performing

Review: Cats – Apex, Bury St Edmunds

What better way to finish 2016 than with Cats at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats is based on T.S. Elliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. This superb musical allows each Cat to tell it’s story, there’s lots of favourites including Rum Tum Tugger, Macavity, Mr Mistoffelees, Jennyanydots, Old Deuteronomy

Review: Sleeping Beauty

Enchanted Entertainment return to Ipswich Regent with panto favourite Sleeping Beauty. It’s Sleeping Beauty’s Birthday party, however all is not well… When she was a baby an evil fairy cast a spell on her, that when she turned eighteen she would prick her finger on a spinning wheel and die! Her Father, King Cole, banishes

Review: Jack & The Beanstalk – Felixstowe Spa

It’s panto tradition that The Dennis Lowe Theatre Company take to the stage at Christmas time and this year is no exception as this talent amateur dramatic group brings the tale of Jack and The Beanstalk to Felixstowe. Dame Trott and her son Jack are down on their luck. They have no money and when

Phantom Bantam of the Opera

The Common Ground Theatre Company will be performing The Phantom Bantam of the Opera at St. Mary’s Church Hall, Walton on Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th December. This new production from Pat Whymark and Julian Harries tells the story of young soprano Christine and her childhood sweetheart Raoul who are are made for each other,

Cats delight at The Apex this Christmas

The award winning CTC are thrilled to be returning to The Apex this Christmas with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical masterpiece, CATS! Adapted from TS Eliot’s ‘Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats’, ‘CATS’ is a wonderful blend of fantasy, drama and romance. On just one special night of the year, all Jellicle cats meet at the

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