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Witchfinder Project set for Ipswich

The Access All Arts cultural event returns to Ipswich Town Hall on Sunday 28th July with live performances from the Witchfinder Project.

Access All Arts showcases local talent and provides the community with the chance to participate in the arts. A number of family activities will be taking place, including live performances from the Witchfinder Project, dance entertainment from Capel Dance, a Collective Mind art exhibition and Festival of the Beats.
The Suffolk Craft Society Shop will also be open and refreshments are available throughout the day from our resident Café-Bar Snobs.

The Witchfinder performances will take place from 2pm onwards by professional performers working alongside Ipswich’s own aspiring performers from local colleges. The Witchfinder Project brings together theatre, music and contemporary dance and is inspired by Matthew Hopkins, the Witchfinder General who sentenced hundreds of suspected “witches” across East Anglia in the 1600s. Audiences will have the opportunity to meet Matthew Hopkins and help him decide the fate of the accused using witch-finding powers.

For an activity schedule or any further information about any of the activities being provided please visit www.ipswich.gov.uk/AAA or call Evie Dunbavin on 01473 433517.

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