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24th August 2019

Music

Emeli Sandé is coming to Ipswich

Multi-platinum, award-winning singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé MBE has announced her U.K tour ahead of the release of her much anticipated third album ‘Real Life’ set for worldwide release 13th September 2019 on Virgin/EMI. Kicking off in Liverpool on 16th November, Emeli will perform in cities across the U.K. before concluding on 13th December in Hull. Tickets

Heather Small to support Bananarama at Newmarket

Fans of BANANARAMA will be treated to a hit-filled set from the effervescent HEATHER SMALL when she supports the duo at Newmarket Nights on Friday 9th August. As Part of M People, hits including ‘Moving On Up’, ‘One Night In Heaven’ and ‘Search For The Hero’ and albums such as ‘Elegant Slumming’ and ‘Bizarre Fruit’

Ipswich Gang Show 2019

Having last year celebrated their 80th Anniversary since the first Ipswich Gang Show; preparations are now well underway for the 2019 Show. As always this is a Show of all-round family entertainment. There is a nod to the founder of Gang Shows with some traditional Ralph Reader songs in the opening and numbers featuring up

Mozart’s mysterious masterpiece at Snape

Ipswich Choral Society with Music Director Robin Walker return to Snape following their hugely successful performance of Mendelssohn’s ‘Elijah’ in 2017. The concert on 6th April features a mostly Mozart programme including his famous ‘Requiem’ and a world première of ‘The Affirming Flame’ by Tom Randle. Shrouded in mystery, the commissioning of the unfinished Requiem

Grant brings Brahms to Stowmarket!

Local choral society Stowmarket Chorale was delighted recently to receive news of the success of their grant application to Stowmarket Town Council. The £500 grant will help fund the Chorale’s concert of Brahms’ popular Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Hear My Prayer and pieces by Purcell and Britten. It will take place on Saturday 30th March, at 7.30,

Live music at Woodbridge Library

The well-established tradition of live music at a lunchtime in Woodbridge Library continues on Tuesday 19th March with a recital of Songs through the Ages. Sopranos Joy Bounds (a regular with Trianon) and Diana Minter (a member of the St Mary’s Church choir) will be accompanied on the piano by Gillian Barella. The trio perform

Kaiser Chiefs and Bananarama coming to Newmarket

The KAISER CHIEFS and BANANARAMA are to headline Newmarket Nights, on the respective dates of 28th June and 9th August. Newmarket favourites KAISER CHIEFS will return to the course for the first time since 2016. A festival staple, the Brit Award-winning, multimillion-selling band shot to recognition in 2005 with their breakout track ‘I Predict A

Nothing but a good time at The Regent

Dan Looney, Adam Paulden, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Selladoor Worldwide and Gavin Kalin are delighted to announce, Kevin Clifton will join the cast of the award-winning smash-hit musical “ROCK OF AGES” in the role of ‘Stacee Jaxx’. Kevin Clifton will play the role when this hit show visits Ipswich this Spring. An international Ballroom and Latin dancer,

Family Concert

The Ipswich Symphony Orchestra will be holding a concert for all the family on Sunday 3rd March at the Ipswich Corn Exchange at 2.30pm. It’s your chance to explore the orchestra, with scores from Jurassic Park, ET and Born Free. Plus orchestra pops from some of our favourite composers, Bernstein, Bizet, Berlioz, and much more!

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