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24th August 2017

Music

Gilbert O’Sullivan celebrates Five Decades of Music

One of the industry’s true legends, 2017 will mark an astonishing 50 years since Gilbert O’Sullivan made his first foray into the music business with the release of his debut single ‘Disappear’. It launched O’Sullivan on a career that is still thriving five decades later seeing him dominate the charts in the seventies and continue

A night of the Bee Gees and Abba

The world’s longest-running ABBA concert show is coming to Felixstowe to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Swedish super group’s biggest selling hit – Dancing Queen. The song was a million-selling, number-one hit in 13 countries and it forms the climax to the international hit stage show Thank You for the Music. The production –

Joe McElderry at The Regent

Joe McElderry – Saturday Night at the Movies Live! is coming to Ipswich’s Regent Theatre this summer for a special evening of fabulous West End entertainment. Joe is joined by special guest stars from the musical Joseph, including Any Dream Will Do runner-up Keith Jack, who is also a Regent panto favourite. They will be

UK’s No 1 tribute to ABBA & Bee Gees comes to Spa

The world’s longest-running ABBA concert show is coming to town to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Swedish super group’s biggest selling hit – Dancing Queen. The song was a million-selling, number-one hit in 13 countries and it forms the climax to the international hit stage show Thank You for the Music. The production –

Folk East 2017

A unique collaboration between folk legends Peter Knight and John Spiers, seen for the first time at FolkEast 2016, will return to the fast-rising East Anglian festival this August. The three day festival at the glorious 300-acre Suffolk estate of 16th century Glemham Hall witnessed the debut performance of the pair on the Broad Roots

Brass on the Grass 2017

Following last year’s record-breaking series of band concerts, the Friends of Christchurch Park are pleased to present the 2017 season of Brass on the Grass.  Four sunny Sundays last year brought out their biggest ever crowd to the beautiful surroundings of the Upper Arboretum to listen to the bands, have an ice cream, eat a

Pop Chorus: Summer Concert

Pop Chorus the quirky Suffolk-based choir is bringing together over 150 singers from all five of its community singing groups to perform its biggest ever summer concert at Ipswich Corn Exchange on Saturday 15th July. The ‘Lose Yourself In The Music’ concert will be an audio-visual spectacular celebrating pop songs from The Beatles and Dusty

Global Rhythm and Indian Mela

The Ipswich summer fun continues next weekend with Global Rhythm and the Indian Mela. Both events are FREE and are held in Ipswich’s Christchurch Park. On Saturday (8th July), Global Rhythm takes centre stage – well, three stages actually – between 1pm and 7pm, with six hours of roots and dance music from around the

A Vision of Elvis

A Vision Of Elvis is one of the world’s leading touring Elvis productions. Celebrating all the music of Elvis Presley from Sun Studio’s through to ’68 Comeback with the finale being the Concert Years engaging audiences with an uplifting and authentic Elvis experience. Fresh from a smash hit European tour, A Vision Of Elvis returns

Now this is really saying something! – Bananrama Tour

Robert De Niro’s waiting and so is the rest of Suffolk as tickets go on sale for the legendary Bananarama, who are coming to the Ipswich Regent as part of a new tour. It’s the first time the all-girl group’s original line-up has ever been on tour. Keren, Sara and Siobhan shot to fame in

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