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20th July 2018

Theatre

Review: Polstead – Eastern Angles

An extremely talented all female cast brings the story of Maria Marten and the true story of her murder in the Red Barn to life in Eastern Angles latest offering – Polstead. The Murder in the Red Barn is one of those tales that is fixed in the history of Suffolk. A young woman killed

Red Rose Chain present Much Ado About Nothing

It’s almost that time again! The highlight of the summer when the fantastic Red Rose Chain theatre company return to bring you Theatre in the Forest! And this year is going to be incredible as they take on Shakespeare’s most madcap comedy, Much Ado About Nothing amongst the trees at Jimmy’s Farm. Not only is

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

New play tells story of The Red Barn Murder

The murder in the Red Barn is one of those stories that sticks in the mind. It has all the elements of a classic period drama – Maria Marten killed by her lover William Corder, his subsequent trial and hanging, public outrage and fascination with the twists and turns of the plot. Now, Eastern Angles are bringing this infamous tale to the

Suffolk Young People’s Theatre: Footloose – the musical

Following the resounding success of their previous productions, Made in Dagenham and Guys and Dolls, Suffolk Young People’s Theatre are returning to Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds with their fully staged version of the hit West End and Broadway Musical, Footloose: The Musical (Wed 25th – Sat 28th July). Brooklyn born, city boy Ren thinks

The Riverside Musical Theatre Company: “Showstoppers”

The Riverside Musical Theatre Company (formally known as the R100 Choir) are back performing at The Riverside Theatre on Saturday 23rd June to light up the stage with ‘Showstoppers’, a show full of songs from the world of musical theatre. Featuring favourites from “Phantom of the Opera,” “Oliver,” “The Greatest Showman,” “Me and my Girl”

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

Ayckbourn classic

The Deben Players presents “Neighbourhood Watch” a comedy by Alan Ayckbourn. Brother and sister Martin and Hilda Massie, the newest residents on the Bluebell Hill development, lead a quiet Christian existence. Just as they are preparing for a housewarming gathering a misunderstanding sets the Massies on a journey, which they will regret. They agree to

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