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21st March 2019

Theatre

The Tide Jetty – Eastern Angles

The Tide Jetty follows the story of two brothers, Tucky and Nathan who grow up on the banks of Breydon Water alongside tomboy, Eliza. The three of them are inseparable. As they grow older the inevitable happens and both the boys fall for her. But tragedy tears the trio apart and years later it is

Nothing but a good time at The Regent

Dan Looney, Adam Paulden, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Selladoor Worldwide and Gavin Kalin are delighted to announce, Kevin Clifton will join the cast of the award-winning smash-hit musical “ROCK OF AGES” in the role of ‘Stacee Jaxx’. Kevin Clifton will play the role when this hit show visits Ipswich this Spring. An international Ballroom and Latin dancer,

Holby star, Greatest Show and more at The Spa

The month of March begins with the hugely popular The Greatest Show on Saturday 2nd with two performances (5pm and 8pm) including songs from Hollywood. Unleash your passion to sing-a-long to famous songs from best-loved films, in this exciting concert celebration. As well as featuring the biggest hits, “The Greatest Show”, “This is Me”, “Never

Family Concert

The Ipswich Symphony Orchestra will be holding a concert for all the family on Sunday 3rd March at the Ipswich Corn Exchange at 2.30pm. It’s your chance to explore the orchestra, with scores from Jurassic Park, ET and Born Free. Plus orchestra pops from some of our favourite composers, Bernstein, Bizet, Berlioz, and much more!

Review: Beauty & the Beast

Where else but panto would you find Mary Berry and Prue Leith fighting in front of a talking teapot, clock and crystal chandelier. One of literature’s earliest feminist stories, it was nice to see the production team were all women. Not that this is some woke reimagining if you’re bothered by that sort of thing.

Review: My Mother Said I Never Should

As the most widely performed play ever written by a woman, My Mother Said I Never Should, tells a poignant and moving intergenerational story, spanning seven decades to highlight the unconditional love, heartache and struggles of family, being a woman and the innocence of childhood. Using a minimalist all female cast and stage, My Mother

Review: The Band

Manchester, 1993 and five teenage girls are joined in friendship with a common interest – The Band! Having won a competition to see their favourite group, the girls set off for a night of fun, however the evening doesn’t turn out as they’d planned… Twenty-five years on and a reunion is on the cards, not

Ipswich Regent hail panto a success

The smash-hit panto Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs had fairy tale ticket sales, Regent Theatre bosses revealed today (3rd January). A big increase in customers for this season’s pantomime saw more than 20,000 people come through the doors at East Anglia’s biggest theatre – an 8% rise from last year. That led to plenty

Review: A Christmas Carol (The Broadway Musical)

Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” is probably as popular now as it was in the 1800’s. A tale of hope, that no matter what our opinions and beliefs, change is possible…. even when you are as miserable as Ebenezer Scrooge. Although I knew and love Dickens’ classic tale, I must confess that I was not

New Year at the Felixstowe Spa

The New Year at the Spa Pavilion sees the welcome return of Marshall King as ‘Elvis in Concert’ on Saturday 12th January from 7.30pm. This will be his fourth year in a row and each time Marshall brings the house down with his jaw-dropping concert show and 12-piece live band. January is also the month

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