Reviewed by Sarah Tchorzewski There’s nothing new about the well-known tale of Aladdin and his escapades with a princess, a baddie and a magic lamp (complete with genie). But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing new about this performance. If you haven’t been to the Rock ‘n...
Dec
04
  Reviewed by Lizy Long It is said to be ‘a glorious revival’ according to The Times and it most certainly was! Our evening started full to the brim with hopes of a colourful and exuberant West-End musical production and the official Annie tour did not disappoint us...
Nov
07
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds has been running Captioned and BSL interpreted performances for a few years, the more people that are using the service of BSL interpreters and captioning, then the more shows will be made available but they need to know that there is a call for the...
Nov
06
Ipswich Museums have released their October 2019 - March 2020 programme, with something for everyone to enjoy. And remember – entry to Ipswich Museum, Ipswich Art Gallery and Christchurch Mansion is FREE. Highlights include Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk, which opened last month...
Nov
01
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is delighted to present details of the fabulous new spring season line-up. Plenty of great shows on offer with something to suit everyone. The first Theatre Royal production of the year, Shirley Valentine (Fri 31 Jan – Sat 15 Feb), gets the...
Nov
01
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is committed to ensuring that theatrical productions can be accessible to all and the annual pantomime is no exception. For Peter Pan there are three accessible performances scheduled: a BSL Interpreted performance on Wed 11 Dec at 7pm and for the...
Nov
01
There is a lot going on to keep youngsters happy and occupied over the half-term holiday –thanks to Ipswich Borough Council’s progamme of events. Ed, machines and a circus act The Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk Trail gives families a chance to walk in Ed’s shoes and...
Oct
23
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is launching its annual poster competition to celebrate this year’s pantomime, Peter Pan. There are some fabulous prizes up for grabs for the winner. Young people in two age groups under 9 and 9+ are invited to create their own poster based on...
Oct
11
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is delighted to be hosting the live final of Bury’s Got Talent 2019, following the two heats at Conservatoire EAST the final 8 performers have been chosen, along with 4 more “wild card” performers; they will all compete for a share of the £1000...
Oct
11
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is delighted to reveal the first confirmed members of the professional cast of this year’s pantomime Peter Pan, as well as kicking off the search for applicants to join the Young Chorus alongside them (Fri 29 Nov ’19 – Sun 19 Jan ’20). Firstly,...
Oct
06
We talked to our favourite little piggy, Peppa Pig, before the brand new stage show Peppa Pig My First Concert comes to The Apex in Bury St Edmunds! So Peppa, are you excited to be going to a concert with your family this summer, and of course to see an...
Aug
06
The 9th annual One Big Multicultural Festival is due to be held on Sunday 1st September in Ipswich’s Alexandra Park. The family-friendly multicultural event will see performers from around the world including, West Africa, China and India. One of the...
Aug
06