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17th January 2020

Theatre

Review: Oliver!

For their annual winter production the highly talented CTC turn their attentions to Lionel Bart’s Oliver! Over the year’s there have been countless tellings of Charles Dickens’ tale of young Oliver Twist, firstly abandoned at a workhouse, then falling in with thieves before being rescued, but it is probably Lionel Bart’s film musical that is

Review: Aladdin – New Wolsey

You know it’s Christmas when the New Wolsey Theatre opens the doors to their annual Rock’n’Roll Panto. And, with a festive puff of smoke, Aladdin opens with bang to start this year’s season. Aladdin is down on his luck, he has no money and has fallen in love with a princess, but he has no

Review: Four and a Half Go Mad…..

Eastern Angles Christmas shows have become a staple diet for those wanting an alternative to fairytale romances, pantomime dames and tinsel. This year the company turn their attention to something a spiffing group of youngsters who call themselves the Famous Four and Half (it’s only a half away from a story you may remember as

Review: Teechers

A CTC Theatre Company production is always a joy to watch and their latest offering, Teechers certainly didn’t disappoint. We all remember our school days and how it felt being in that last year of school, about to leave the comfy confines of lessons and timetables and head out in to the big wide world.

Alexander – All Mouth & Some Trousers

Alexander Armstrong embarks on his first ever stand-up tour with ‘All Mouth and Some Trousers’. It will take him to 18 venues around the UK, kicking off in Coventry on the 3rd November and ending in Northampton on 24th November. In his hilarious new one-man show, Alexander Armstrong bares all, taking us through the strange

Jim Davidson just one of stars at Spa this autumn

From Gold to Rio celebrates Spandau Ballet and Duran Duran on Friday 8th November at 8pm, with the Magic of Motown the following night – Saturday 9th at 8pm and then follows a comic legend on Friday 15th November at 7.30pm with Kevin ‘Bloody’ Wilson, who brings The Almost Awesome Tour into town. Be warned,

Panto at Bury St Edmunds

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is delighted to reveal the first confirmed members of the professional cast of this year’s pantomime Peter Pan, as well as kicking off the search for applicants to join the Young Chorus alongside them (Fri 29 Nov ’19 – Sun 19 Jan ’20). Firstly, returning for the third year in

Rock n Roll Panto

This year, the New Wolsey Theatre is thrilled to present Aladdin – the Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto. This year marks the fifth year Ipswich Building Society have sponsored the New Wolsey Theatre’s sell-out pantomime. Written by Peter Rowe, and performed in the New Wolsey Theatre’s iconic actor-musician style Aladdin – The Rock’n’Roll Panto will be

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 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

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