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26th July 2017

Theatre

Be A Part of the New Wolsey Theatre’s Production of the Ladykillers!

The New Wolsey Theatre are looking for local mature ladies who are interested in playing a part for their upcoming production of The Ladykillers. Between Thursday 7 September and Saturday 30 September the New Wolsey Theatre will co-produce a new regional tour of the Classic Ealing Comedy alongside Salisbury Playhouse, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and by

Panto has got talent!

Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson will play the title role in Ipswich’s fabulous pantomime, Jack & the Beanstalk, which takes to the stage at the Regent Theatre in December. Jack & the Beanstalk, which runs from 16th until 31st December, will be his sixth panto. George shot to fame after dancing his way to

Review: Bonnie & Clyde

Originally set in the height of the Great Depression, the Eastern Edge Theatre Company have brought the iconic tale of Bonnie and Clyde into the modern era. Incorporating technology and modern dance into the story of robbery and crime, it gives the musical a new and entertaining edge. Fun, exciting and thrilling, the audience are swept

Be part of The New Wolsey’s production: The Ladykillers!

The New Wolsey Theatre are looking for local mature ladies, who would be interested in being a part of their upcoming production of The Ladykillers. Between Thursday 7 September and Saturday 30 September the New Wolsey Theatre will co-produce a new regional tour of the Classic Ealing Comedy alongside Salisbury Playhouse, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and

Exciting July at The Spa

This month the Magic of Motown will light up the stage at the Spa, Felixstowe on Saturday 8th July and then the following weekend Saturday 15th July experience a unique mix of music greats with a host of award winning tribute artists and finalists from some of the UK’s top television shows – Stars in

Sarah Millican back at Regent

After a very successful sold-out Regent Theatre outing last time, Sarah Millican is back in Ipswich next summer with her new tour. SARAH MILLICAN: CONTROL ENTHUSIAST is described as “funny, frank and unapologetically filthy”. What you can be sure of is that it will be an hilarious night out and that tickets will be in

CTC present: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

This Summer, the award-winning CTC will be performing Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at the New Wolsey Theatre from 5th to 8th July with a cast of talented young performers age 14 to 21 years and a live orchestra! Bursting with the rambunctious energy of the original MGM film, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers is

Dad’s Army Variety Show

A salute to the 1940’s! – The ultimate period variety show meets sitcom entertainment. As well as featuring tributes to many of the stars from the WWII era such as George Formby, Gracie Fields, Frank Sinatra, Max Miller and the UK’s No.1 ‘Vera Lynn’, Lorrie Brown, the show is supported by the Warmington-on-Sea Home Guard,

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

IODS (Ipswich Operatic & Dramatic Society) are delighted to bring Dirty Rotten Scoundrels to the New Wolsey Theatre, this fabulous, musical version of the hit comedy film, which starred Michael Caine and Steve Martin. It’s the French Riviera, where the decadent world of sophisticated conman Lawrence Jameson is set to come crashing down with the

Ballet Black: Triple Bill including Red Riding Hood

Ballet Black are back following a sell-out show at DanceEast in 2016 that delighted a new generation of dance fans with its ‘dash, daring and joie de vivre’ (Guardian). In her latest mixed bill, Artistic Director Cassa Pancho commissions bold choreography once more, blending the classical and contemporary, narrative and abstract, for her ballet company

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