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12th September 2019

Theatre

Review: Food Wars

There’s been lots of talk recently about food shortages and empty shelves, about our country not being able to sustain itself with self grown and produced food and it’s reliance on goods imported from other countries. But a new production by Ipswich’s Eastern Angles theatre company shows that this is not something related to current

West End Shows come to Ipswich

This Autumn, the West End will be dancing to your doorstep at the Ipswich Regent Theatre. Whether rock music, inspiring true stories, or rags to riches tales are your jam, there’s something for everyone. Kicking off the Autumn season is the spectacular Queen and Ben Elton musical We Will Rock You, showing from 23rd until

Review: Edith – In the Beginning

The discovery of the treasures at Sutton Hoo are arguably the greatest British archaeological find. This new play written by Karen Forbes follows the story of Edith Pretty a wealthy widow who had made her home, with her husband and later her son, at Sutton Hoo. Edith’s husband sadly died of cancer, leaving her to

Review: Romeo & Juliet

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet takes on a whole new lease of life this summer as Red Rose Chain make the romantic classic the focus of their attention for this years Theatre in the Forest. Again Joanna Carrick has sprinkled her creative fairy dust on another of Shakespeare’s original texts, and the result is something rather

Chapterhouse Open Air Theatre

Chapterhouse Theatre Company’s open-air tour marks it’s 20th anniversary year. Throughout the summer, Chapterhouse will be bringing stunning performances of six classic stories to some of the UK and Ireland’s most beautiful outdoor venues, promising to be one of the most enchanting and unmissable events of the summer. www.chapterhouse.org The brand-new show for 2019 is

The Carole King Songbook visits The Spa Pavilion

Following an acclaimed world premiere at Yeadon Town Hall in June, The Carole King Songbook is embarking on a UK-wide tour throughout the summer of 2019. The show will arrive at The Spa Pavilion on 4th August for one night only, an ideal opportunity for local Carole King fans to enjoy a great night out.

Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

Jesus Christ Superstar is a big production… well when the central character is probably the most well known person ever, it has to be BIG! Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote it as a rock opera and it has wowed audiences worldwide, both on stage and screen, since the 1970s. Suffolk based group The

Bobby Robson Saved My Life

A new play, Bobby Robson Saved My Life, is coming to the Ipswich Regent Theatre on Wednesday 31st July; inspired by Sir Bobby’s life and legacy, and on the 10th year anniversary of his passing. Written by playwright Tom Kelly, the play explores how one person can have a dramatic effect on another without even

Outdoor Summer theatre

Summer is the time for outdoor theatre. And this year Stuff of Dreams have come up with a couple of real crowd-pleasers. Same cast, two very different shows, both classic comedies. Touring to beautiful venues across Suffolk and Norfolk until July 14th , Stuff of Dreams will present two productions in rep. William Shakespeare’s A

Feel the Force at Felixstowe’s Spa

July begins with a hugely popular show – The Neil Diamond Experience on Saturday 6th July from 7.30pm with the official UK #1 Neil Diamond tribute singer Dominic Kaye. All the hits including; America, Forever in Blue Jeans, Cracklin Rosie and so much more. Then another powerhouse performance from This Is Me – A Tribute to Shirley

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