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31st March 2020

Entertainment

Tina show rescheduled

Smash hit show What’s Love Got To Do With It? has rescheduled its Ipswich date to Wednesday, 25th November. Box office staff at the Regent Theatre are contacting ticket holders so they can transfer their tickets to the new date. A spokesman for What’s Love Got To Do With It? said: “As everyone is aware,

Choral Concert

In aid of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, the Woodbridge Choral Society will present Felix Mendelssohn’s Elijah at the Snape Maltings Concert Hall on Saturday March 28th at 7:30 pm. Conducted by its music director Andrew Leach with more than 90 experienced singers, the 134- year-old choir is one of

CANCELLED: Stowmarket Choir’s Requiem

Stowmarket Chorale have cancelled their forthcoming concert, Fauré’s Requiem, due to be held in Stowmarket on Saturday 21st March 2020. For further details contact pr@stowmarketchorale.org.uk

Ipswich Past and Present

The Ipswich Society is proud to be holding a photographic display on Ipswich Cornhill from the 11th to the 22nd March showing a selection of the images from their PAST AND PRESENT Album from their ever growing image archive. Photographic displays are becoming a regular feature on Cornhill. The Ipswich Society will be showing 30

Savvy Wedding Show

The Savvy Wedding Planner is very excited to be hosting the next Savvy Wedding Show at the lovely village location of Henley Community Centre.  It is an event not to be missed with a selection of Suffolk’s finest wedding suppliers all under one roof.  They will be on hand to offer their professional services to

Dead Good Drama

The award-winning Vamos Theatre back at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds with their brand-new production, Dead Good, a show about living and dying, created in collaboration with palliative care patients and staff. Bob and Bernard have only two things in common – they’re both dying, and they’re not going down without a fight. So,

On the fiddle!

Blazin’ Fiddles celebrate their 22nd year in 2020. With nine albums and many thousands of miles and behind them, and a passion that burns brighter than ever – no other band has quite managed to capture the excitement, sensitivity and raw fire of Scottish music all at once. The Blazers blend solo and ensemble sets, so you

Simply Orchestral!

This weekend: Sunday 1st March is the date of Ipswich Symphony Orchestra’s famous Family Concert. With conductor Adam Gatehouse, our large orchestra will be presenting a whirlwind of fantastic dance rhythms to set toes tapping! From the New York rhythms of West Side Story, to Hungarian and Russian Dances and the Thunder and Lightning Polka.

New Play: Red Skies

POSTPONED DUE TO CURRENT COVID 19 CRISIS With the Seventieth anniversary of George Orwell’s death this year Eastern Angles are bringing Red Skies, their spring tour, to audiences in East Anglia. Written by Ivan Cutting who also wrote Private Resistance, the play centres on a fictional meeting between two of Suffolk’s most famous residents: George

Girls Just Wanna Have FUN!

LADIES OF IPSWICH! Get your voices and your dancing shoes ready for the brand new musical comedy ‘GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN’ coming to Ipswich Regent on April 15th. Written by the same team that brought you the hugely successful Hormonal Housewives this show is guaranteed to not only have you laughing, but dancing in

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