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Access All Arts

Around a thousand people are expected to roll up to have fun at this month’s Access All Arts event in Ipswich Town Hall.

Activities on Sunday 24th November include balloon sculpting, badge making and a chance to see a life-size Christmas tree form before your eyes by balloon sculptor Samuel Stamp-Dod.

The Festival of the Beats will be back, showcasing work by local poets and artists ahead of the three-day festival at the Town Hall on Friday 31st January 2014.

As always, the Suffolk Craft Society shop will be open with their unique Christmas range and the new tearoom will be open throughout the day, serving refreshments from the relaxed, friendly environment of Gallery One.

1000 Faces will also be returning – a project set up by local photographer Gavin King, whose aim is to photograph 1000 locals’ portraits before collating them together on to a large collage culminating a huge installation that will be displayed in Ipswich as a reflection of its diverse culture.

AAA_paintingInteractive badge making and balloon sculpting children’s activities will be available for a small charge of 50p – £1.

Suffolk Film Festival will deliver information about this exciting festival planned for April 2014. So, go along to the Town Hall between noon and 4pm to join in the fun.

Activity schedules and additional information is available from www.ipswich.gov.uk/AAA or call Olivia Grant on 01473 433521.

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