Suffolk Libraries have added the Britannica All New Kids’ Encyclopedias to the extensive free eLibrary resources. All eight volumes are now available to download and explore as eBooks. The encyclopedias are available as unlimited titles so there is no limit to the number of...
Jan
26
Ipswich Regent Theatre has announced they will be selling tickets for audiences to watch popular pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk, a homemade show filmed and directed by Blue Peter legend Peter Duncan in his own back garden. When theatres across the UK closed...
Dec
15
St Elizabeth Hospice has announced the launch of two new virtual fundraising events for supporters to take part in this Christmas. Following the postponing of the hospice’s Christmas Day Dip 2020, due to Covid-19 safety concerns, the fundraising team have created alternative...
Dec
04
  Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk will be decorated as usual for the festive season and families will be able to join in some fun events in and around the cathedral town. Although there will not be a Christmas light switch on event, the town will still be lit up....
Nov
10
Moyse’s Hall Museum Strikes Back with the 12th Sci-Fi and Action exhibition 24 October – 20 December Moyse’s Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds strikes back with its 12th annual Sci-Fi and Action Exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of the second...
Oct
05
If you want to become a trainee at one of five Partner Museums across Essex and Suffolk, then it is nearly time to apply. Ipswich Museum and Christchurch Mansion, along with museums partners at Colchester, the Long Shop in Leiston, Palace House in Newmarket and the...
Oct
05
Suffolk Libraries are reminding parents that this year’s Summer Reading Challenge offers a great opportunity to rediscover the wealth of children’s books on offer now that libraries are open again. Recent research by the Literacy Trust shows that children have been...
Aug
18
Are you ready for Easter? We live in a uncertain time, with daily updates on how to keep safe from Coronavirus, so there is a chance that some of the events I am sharing could be cancelled. Please check their websites before visiting to avoid disappointment. Hunting for eggs...
Mar
13
There is a lot going on at Ipswich Museums this spring and summer 2020. Get along to Ipswich Museum and Christchurch Mansion for lots of fun during the Easter holidays. Join storytellers, re-enactors and archaeologists at the Saxons in Suffolk day at the Museum in...
Mar
12
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is delighted to announce that this year’s Summer School production will be George Orwell’s razor-edged fairy-tale, Animal Farm. Following the success of Pride & Prejudice, Goodnight Mister Tom and Our Day Out – The Musical, this new in-house...
Mar
12
Following the hugely successful first year in 2019, Doorstep Theatre Festival is back at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds this summer. The festival makes high quality arts activities accessible to primary schools by lessening the restraints of rural isolation and the...
Feb
21
⭐️Please note: if you or your child are successful you will have to pay to take part ⭐️ RARE Productions are an amateur youth musical theatre company, who produce shows giving local children and young adults the opportunity to perform in front of a live audience. This year,...
Feb
18