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19th July 2019

Theatre

The Carole King Songbook visits The Spa Pavilion

Following an acclaimed world premiere at Yeadon Town Hall in June, The Carole King Songbook is embarking on a UK-wide tour throughout the summer of 2019. The show will arrive at The Spa Pavilion on 4th August for one night only, an ideal opportunity for local Carole King fans to enjoy a great night out.

Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

Jesus Christ Superstar is a big production… well when the central character is probably the most well known person ever, it has to be BIG! Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote it as a rock opera and it has wowed audiences worldwide, both on stage and screen, since the 1970s. Suffolk based group The

Bobby Robson Saved My Life

A new play, Bobby Robson Saved My Life, is coming to the Ipswich Regent Theatre on Wednesday 31st July; inspired by Sir Bobby’s life and legacy, and on the 10th year anniversary of his passing. Written by playwright Tom Kelly, the play explores how one person can have a dramatic effect on another without even

Outdoor Summer theatre

Summer is the time for outdoor theatre. And this year Stuff of Dreams have come up with a couple of real crowd-pleasers. Same cast, two very different shows, both classic comedies. Touring to beautiful venues across Suffolk and Norfolk until July 14th , Stuff of Dreams will present two productions in rep. William Shakespeare’s A

Feel the Force at Felixstowe’s Spa

July begins with a hugely popular show – The Neil Diamond Experience on Saturday 6th July from 7.30pm with the official UK #1 Neil Diamond tribute singer Dominic Kaye. All the hits including; America, Forever in Blue Jeans, Cracklin Rosie and so much more. Then another powerhouse performance from This Is Me – A Tribute to Shirley

Review: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat tells the story of Joseph and his talent for interpreting dreams, his eleven brothers and, of course, the coat of many colours. Joseph’s penchant for being a dreamer gets him into trouble with his brothers when he predicts that they will bow to him, making them jealous. Family friendly

Review: Half a Sixpence

HG Wells is best known for War of The Worlds, but Half a Sixpence is based on his Kipps stories (personal favourites of the author). The musical was written specifically to showcase the talents of all round entertainer Tommy Steele. Firstly a stage show and later a movie. Half a Sixpence is Woodbridge based Company

Review: Little Miss Sunshine – the Musical

Little Miss Sunshine follows a family’s journey as they not only struggle to get from New Mexico to California, a 800 mile trip, but also deal with their own personal problems. The Hoover family have their issues. Mum, Sheryl and Dad, Richard likes to argue. Uncle Frank has relationship issues. Eldest son, Dwayne refuses to

Dressed

Presented by the multi-award winning ThisEgg in collaboration with Made My Wardrobe, dressed. is a true story told by four women who have been friends since school. After being stripped at gun point, Lydia set out to redress herself with a new healing set of armour and now only wears clothes she has made. Combines

Flash – Bang – Wallop!!!

The Company of Four are proud to present the Flash, Bang, Wallop of a performance Half A Sixpence. Based on H.G Wells’ novel “Kipps”: The story of Arthur Kipps, an orphan and over-worked draper’s assistant, who unexpectedly inherits a fortune that propels him into high society and into the arms of a beautiful upper class

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