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23rd May 2018


Classic FM presenter joins Choir

Many people know John Brunning’s name from his daily ‘drivetime’ programme on Classic FM. But fewer are aware of his work as a composer, despite his having written for many major artists including The King’s Singers, ‘All Angels’ and Katherine Jenkins. To say John’s musical tastes are eclectic would be an understatement: classical, pop, rock

Beth Hart kicks tour off in Ipswich

Ipswich’s Regent Theatre is first stop for the sensational Beth Hart as she kicks off her 14-date tour of the British Isles. The Grammy nominated singer/songwriter brings her band to Ipswich on Thursday 12th April – ahead of her Royal Albert Hall date in May, which has sold out. The support act is the Kris

Don’t miss the magic of Carole King

Theatre sensation Bronte Barbe is preparing for her week in Ipswich next month when she brings the magic of Carole King to the Regent stage. Bronte, an Over the Rainbow finalist, stars in Beautiful – the Carole King Musical from 17th to 21st April. Beautiful is the Broadway and West End smash bringing a conveyor

Star-studded cast bring top musical to Regent

Son of a Preacher Man is coming to the Regent Theatre in Ipswich early next month and it promises to be a star-studded week of performances. Michelle Gayle (“Wolfblood”, “EastEnders” and “Beauty & the Beast”) and Alice Barlow (“Hollyoaks” and “Drifters”) are both taking part in the musical, which is directed and choreographed by Strictly

Our European Friends

You might have heard them at the ice-cream van, or in your favourite tapas bar, or even from the terraces at the Rugby World Cup – some tunes from Europe that have become familiar here as pizza and baguettes.   St Peters Band plays a selection of these at their concert in St Peters by the

Who’s Bad

With a formidable reputation as the world’s longest running and most popular tribute to the King of Pop, Who’s Bad’s power-packed tribute to Michael Jackson has ignited crowds on every continent and can only be described as a jaw-dropping, musical must –see. The only tribute to pre-date his untimely passing, Who’s Bad has sold out

This Sunday: Family Concert

Join Ipswich Symphony Orchestra for a journey through time with their special Family Concert “Time Travellers!” The concert also features the Gusford Primary School Choir and a variety of space characters including Daleks. Come along in fancy dress if you like! You can also try out some of the instruments on stage during the interval.

The Shires book Regent date

The Shires, the biggest selling UK country act of all time, is to hit the road this spring to mark the release of their third album, “Accidently on Purpose”. The Ipswich leg of the tour comes on 22nd May when they take to the stage at the Regent Theatre. Recorded in Nashville, The Shires’ new

Story of legendary couple

Following a critically acclaimed sell out run at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Carole King & James Taylor Story comes to St Peter’s by the Waterfront in Ipswich to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the six-time Grammy Award winner and twenty-time platinum hit maker Carole King and five-time Grammy Award

Summer Concert with Gary Barlow

Gary Barlow to perform in Thetford Forest this Summer as part of Forest Live 2018, the annual concert series organised by the Forestry Commission. Gary Barlow is a British singer-songwriter and record producer who found worldwide fame as a member of British pop group Take That. Since forming in 1989 Take That have won eight

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