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Kojey Radical to support Paloma at Thetford

Forest Live, the summer concert series presented by Forestry England, has announced that hip-hop and progressive rap artist Kojey Radical will support British pop superstar Paloma Faith in the unique outdoor setting of High Lodge, Thetford Forest on 27 June 2024. Having made an indelible mark on British music since, Kojey Radical released his debut album in 2022 with the record pioneering…

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Ipswich News

Review: Grease

Most people know Grease as the hit movie starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, but long before it was a hit on the big screen it already had a major following as a stage musical. Grease is a story of teenage love, angst and growing up in America in the late 1950s. The attraction of…

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Midnight Walk a success

Colour, fun and a party atmosphere could be seen and heard around Ipswich over the weekend as St Elizabeth Hospice’s flagship fundraiser, the Midnight Walk, came to town. Returning to Ipswich for the seventeenth time, the Midnight Walk saw over 1,150 supporters don their best fancy dress and neon-themed outfits to show their love for the independent…

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Entertainment

Review: Community Service

Community Service is a story inspired by the life of a community hero Trevor Prince. Back in the 1980s Trevor was an aspiring gospel guitarist living in the Birmingham, he went on to become one of the Midland’s first Black Police officers, this brought him into conflict on the streets as well as within his…

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Review: Richard, My Richard

Forget everything you thought you knew about Richard III.   Richard, My Richard is a brand-new play written by Phillipa Gregory, a first for this amazing author who is more well known for her incredible historical novels.  Phillipa explains in the programme, that a lot of what we are led to believe about Richard III…

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News

Suffolk Sound joins Operation Santa Appeal

Suffolk Sound have announced that they have been appointed the official media partner for this year’s Operation Santa Appeal, supporting local charities across Suffolk. The Operation Santa Appeal, a cherished annual initiative dedicated to bringing joy and essential resources to those in need has joined forces with Suffolk Sound to amplify its impact and reach…

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Good new for University of Suffolk

The University of Suffolk is the joint highest climber in this year’s Complete University Guide league table – shooting up 22 places. The Complete University Guide 2025 table now puts the University of Suffolk in 58th position nationally out of 130 institutions. It is the third successive year the university has climbed by 20 places…

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Talk on the 1939 Register

On Monday 18th May the Alde Valley Suffolk Family History Group will hear a talk on ‘The 1939 Register’ by Dr Penny Walters. The England and Wales 1939 Register was devised to produce 40 million Identity Cards during World War II, when rationing was introduced. The information recorded provides a huge bridge between the last…

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Basil Brown Memorial Lecture

The recent archaeological excavations at Rendlesham in Suffolk have revealed details of the royal settlement of the Anglo-Saxon kings of East Anglia during the 7th and 8th centuries. If you found the results of these excavations exciting and intriguing, then here is the opportunity to learn more about this fascinating period of English history and…

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