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23rd May 2018


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

May at The Spa

The month of May begins with ‘You Win Again’ which comes to the Spa direct from London’s West End. You can expect all your favourites; ‘Night Fever’, ‘Stayin Alive’ and ‘You Should be Dancin’ by the second half if not before. Fans of Dame Vera Lynn will love ‘Sincerely Yours’ on Tuesday 8th May from

Review: Guest House – Eastern Angles

Eastern Angles are on the road again with their brilliantly poignant production – Guest House. Set in Clacton, Guest House focuses on the lives of Val, Lisa and Chloe – three generations of women; a grandma, a mother and a daughter and the relationship they have with each other and how they face the changing

Gang Show is 80 years old

The Ipswich Gang Show is back this week and celebrating it’s 80th Anniversary…. it might have been going for 80 years but it’s certainly no dinosaur. The original Gang Show format was developed by Ralph Reader and gradually taken up by Scout Groups around the country. The Ipswich version started in 1938 and these days


Kindertransport, from Tuesday 17th to Saturday 21st April, is a timely drama about a Manchester woman’s struggle in 1980 to come to terms with her past in Hamburg 1938, as a nine year old Jewish child facing the threat of World War II. Forced onto a train by her desperate mother, Eva arrives in Liverpool

Beth Hart kicks tour off in Ipswich

Ipswich’s Regent Theatre is first stop for the sensational Beth Hart as she kicks off her 14-date tour of the British Isles. The Grammy nominated singer/songwriter brings her band to Ipswich on Thursday 12th April – ahead of her Royal Albert Hall date in May, which has sold out. The support act is the Kris

Don’t miss the magic of Carole King

Theatre sensation Bronte Barbe is preparing for her week in Ipswich next month when she brings the magic of Carole King to the Regent stage. Bronte, an Over the Rainbow finalist, stars in Beautiful – the Carole King Musical from 17th to 21st April. Beautiful is the Broadway and West End smash bringing a conveyor

Feast of entertainment at The Spa in April

Panto returns to the Spa Pavilion theatre this Easter holidays with the Wizard of Oz. So click your ruby heels together and join them for a magical adventure performed by the hugely talented Talegate Theatre Company. The company last came to the Spa in October with ‘Harry Panto’, the pop music and magical illusions going

Star-studded cast bring top musical to Regent

Son of a Preacher Man is coming to the Regent Theatre in Ipswich early next month and it promises to be a star-studded week of performances. Michelle Gayle (“Wolfblood”, “EastEnders” and “Beauty & the Beast”) and Alice Barlow (“Hollyoaks” and “Drifters”) are both taking part in the musical, which is directed and choreographed by Strictly

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