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23rd May 2019

Theatre

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

A Multi-coloured Musical!! – Joseph

Bill Kenwright’s ‘Amazing’, ’Superb’, ‘Wonderful’ and ‘Brilliant’ production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sparkling family musical comes to Ipswich Regent Theatre from 25th until 29th June. Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours, this magical musical is full of unforgettable songs including Go, Go, Go

Drama at Woodbridge Library this Saturday

A brand new play is being performed at Woodbridge Library in May – part of a national tour by the Bristol-based group Librarian Theatre. The play is a dramatisation of the Quentin Blake book The Green Ship and is on for one evening only: Saturday 18th May at 6.30pm. The Green Ship is a heart-warming

Review: Grandma Saves The Day

Nearly everyone is familiar with the cartoons of Carl Giles, more so Ipswich residents as he worked and lived in the area. His brilliant drawings graced the pages of the Daily and Sunday Express for many years and the fictitious Giles family, headed by Grandma were instantly recognisable. In this brand new production the characters

Review: An Honest Gentleman

Mention Dick Turpin and everyone will know that he was a notorious highwayman, but chances are if you say Thomas Easter you will be met with a blank stare! Like Turpin, Thomas Easter was also a highwayman plying his “trade” at the same time as his more famous counterpart. An Honest Gentleman is the latest

Sneak Peek of THE TIDY JETTY

Eastern Angles new spring tour show is The Tide Jetty at Stowmarket’s John Peel Centre and is now embarking on a 55 date tour across East Anglia. The play by Tony Ramsay, whose previous hit shows with Eastern Angles include The Long Life & Great Good Fortune of John Clare and Bentwater Roads, features beautiful

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