Go to ...
Ipswich24 Magazine on YouTubeRSS Feed

Breaking News

20th July 2018


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

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

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

Singing star entertains hospital patients

A fabulous nights entertainment from Jade MayJean live on Hospital Radio Ipswich took place on the 12th June. Mark Eley who has previously interviewed Jade four years ago was the programme host. Jade took part in the 2014 episode of ‘The Voice’ and quickly made her mark on the music scene. This July she will

Music at the Thomas Wolsey

As part of the Saints Artisan Summer Market in Saint Peter’s Street, Ipswich, on Sunday 17th June, the Thomas Wolsey Pub will be hosting live music with folk rock duo, Silbury Hill. It is a rare treat to have music at the popular pub and Silbury Hill will be playing from 1pm until 3pm. Entry

June at The Spa

At the Felixstowe Spa the month of June starts off by taking you right back to the golden era of pop with Lipstick on your Collar on Saturday 9th from 7.30pm. Next up is A History of Swing on Friday 15th June, a matinee performance from 2.15pm, with a nostalgic musical trip through the heyday

Musical tribute to The Big O

He’s the man with the sunglasses and the black suit who delivered some of the world’s darkest and most emotional ballads, yet Texas-born Roy Orbison remains one of the most distinctive looking, and sounding performers in modern music. The one and only Barry Steele take’s on the role in The Roy Orbison Story. He comes

10th Anniversary for “Dynamite” show

The world’s first and longest-running tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons – which moved Frankie Valli to say “you guys are dynamite” – celebrates its tenth anniversary with an extra-special performance. . . Critically-acclaimed production Let’s Hang On takes theatregoers on a musical journey through the prolific career of the Rock and Roll

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

Older Posts››