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20/01/2021

Theatre

Fionn Whitehead to star in The Picture of Dorian Gray

Fionn Whitehead, star of Dunkirk and Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, will take on the titular role in an upcoming contemporary digital adaptation of the Oscar Wilde classic, The Picture of Dorian Gray. Most recently seen starring in the Lionsgate and Saban Films’ Don’t Tell A Soul, Fionn Whitehead is best known for his critically acclaimed performance

New Wolsey Panto 2020

Review: Snow Queen Panto

Christmas time traditionally means it’s Panto Season…. but what to do when you are faced with a global pandemic with restrictions on how many people can work closely together and the proximity of audiences? Well when you are one of the country’s most imaginative theatres, like Ipswich’s New Wolsey, you think differently and adapt! This

£503,747 lifeline for Suffolk cultural organisations

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and Arts Council England has today announced further awards from its £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund: £58.9million has been awarded through the Fund’s Capital Kickstart grants programme, and over £165million has been offered through the Repayable Finance programme. The Capital Kickstart grants will help cultural organisations across

Horrible Histories Christmas

CHRISTMAS IS CANCELLED? OH NO, IT ISN’T!

CAR PARK PARTY lifted the country’s spirits this summer with the ONLY national tour of comedy, theatre and live music shows. After rave reviews from the public and press, they’re back this winter with CAR PARK PANTO, in partnership with the Birmingham Stage Company and Horrible Histories, to present two amazing performances of HORRIBLE CHRISTMAS

Strictly Star reschedules Burn The Floor tour…

Kevin Clifton and the sensational worldwide Ballroom dance company Burn The Floor return with a bang in 2021! The tour, which was originally due to take place in the Spring of 2020 and was only a week away from opening when the UK went into lockdown due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, has been successfully rescheduled

What a Carve Up - New Wolsey, Ipswich

Online theatre from New Wolsey – What a Carve Up!

The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich, The Barn Theatre in Cirencester and the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield have announced the world premiere of Henry Filloux-Bennett’s online play What A Carve Up!, based on Jonathan Coe’s critically acclaimed satirical novel. The digital production, which will be directed by Tamara Harvey (Home, I’m Darling), chronicles the

Mercury Online Festival 2020

Exciting online festival for Mercury Theatre

The Mercury Theatre Colchester, in association with the University of Essex, Signals and the Lakeside Theatre is thrilled announce the line up to their exciting new Mercury Online Festival. Taking place over the weekend of 21st-23rd August 2020 the festival celebrates the creativity of artists and theatre makers from the East of England, providing them

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