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7th November 2019

Entertainment

Autumn at Owl Sanctuary

All too quickly the days are shortening and the misty mornings of autumn will soon be upon us. After another busy summer season, the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary’s resident birds are winding down their activities in preparation for the winter. The owls and other birds of prey which have worked tirelessly since Easter to entertain and

Go to the movies in Ipswich

There is still time to buy tickets for a festival celebrating film and locally sourced food and drink. The second Film Feast Suffolk festival will be held this weekend from Friday to Sunday with a host of venues across the county screening movies, documentaries and short films from around the world. Several of the films

Autumn/Winter19 at Ipswich Museums

Ipswich Museums are pleased to announce their programme of exhibitions and events from October 2019 to March 2020. The exclusive Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk exhibition will be on show at Christchurch Mansion until 3rd May 2020. The exhibition explores Ed’s journey from Suffolk schoolboy to global superstar and features dozens of personal items never

Autumn at the Spa

At the Spa Pavilion this month, The Three Degrees grace the Felixstowe stage. The original favourite group of Prince Charles, touring internationally for more than 40 years, visit the Spa on Saturday 12th October at 7.30pm. Then, on Saturday 20th, Letz Zep – the official number one tribute to Led Zeppelin, as if you hadn’t

Review: Food Wars

There’s been lots of talk recently about food shortages and empty shelves, about our country not being able to sustain itself with self grown and produced food and it’s reliance on goods imported from other countries. But a new production by Ipswich’s Eastern Angles theatre company shows that this is not something related to current

Poetry Live at Library

Two well-known local poets will be reading their work at Woodbridge Library in early September. Kate Foley, President of the Suffolk Poetry Society, has published ten collections of poems and is well-known across Europe for her live performances and workshops, often with artists from other disciplines. She is a former head of English Heritage’s scientific

West End Shows come to Ipswich

This Autumn, the West End will be dancing to your doorstep at the Ipswich Regent Theatre. Whether rock music, inspiring true stories, or rags to riches tales are your jam, there’s something for everyone. Kicking off the Autumn season is the spectacular Queen and Ben Elton musical We Will Rock You, showing from 23rd until

Review: Edith – In the Beginning

The discovery of the treasures at Sutton Hoo are arguably the greatest British archaeological find. This new play written by Karen Forbes follows the story of Edith Pretty a wealthy widow who had made her home, with her husband and later her son, at Sutton Hoo. Edith’s husband sadly died of cancer, leaving her to

Ed Sheeran Exhibition opens

A unique exhibition on the life of Ed Sheeran has opened this week in Ipswich to coincide with the Suffolk singer-songwriter playing four “coming home” concerts in the tow this August Bank Holiday weekend. The nine-month exhibition is entitled “Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk” and features portraits by renowned artist Colin Davidson, photography by Mark

Review: Romeo & Juliet

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet takes on a whole new lease of life this summer as Red Rose Chain make the romantic classic the focus of their attention for this years Theatre in the Forest. Again Joanna Carrick has sprinkled her creative fairy dust on another of Shakespeare’s original texts, and the result is something rather

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