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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Review: Woman in Black

After an amazing 33 year run in London’s West End, Susan Hill’s terrifying tale Woman in Black comes to Ipswich. Haunted by an apparition he encountered working as a young solicitor, Arthur Kipps tells his story of how he was sent to a small market town on the North East Coast of England to attend…

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The Beat The Street Ipswich game enters it’s “Go Travel” week

Players in the Beat the Street Ipswich game can clock up double points on Beat Boxes around traditional commuting hours. This week is ‘Go Travel’ week where people are encouraged to think about walking or cycling to work or school rather than taking the car. All Beat Boxes will be giving out double points from…

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King Arthur

King Arthur – by Le Navet Bete an Exeter based theatre group has been playing at The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich this week. To judge by the happy faces leaving the theatre their telling of the tales of King Arthur are certainly hitting the right note! Le Navet Bete describe themselves as a physical…

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Review: Hags – New Wolsey Theatre

Hags is a fun and entertaining production filled with songs, magic tricks and laughter – it also tells a very dark and disturbing tale from Scratchworks Theatre Company. A true tale of three women from 1682 Bideford who were the last women hanged for being witches. The trio of female actors start the story with…

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Woodbridge Library to celebrate new children’s library

Woodbridge Library are holding a special celebration event this week to formally open their new children’s library. The new area is one of the busiest areas of the library where children of all ages and their parents gather to look for books and take part in regular activities including weekly Stay and Play, Rhyme and…

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All systems go at Suffolk Owl Sanctuary

As Easter approaches, the staff and birds at the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary have been training hard for the start of the annual flying season. Throughout the winter months the resident birds have been enjoying a more relaxed pace of life; moulting out damaged feathers and generally taking a well-earned rest. Just like humans, all the…

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New job club for Felixstowe

Trying to find a job can be a daunting process but help is at hand for jobseekers thanks to The Salvation Army in Felixstowe. From 28th February, the church and charity in the town will be hosting a weekly Job Club where anyone looking for work can get the skills and support needed to find…

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