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 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
By Esmee Stimson David Walliams has been called by many the Roald Dahl for a new generation and it’s easy to see why. My children and I are big fans of David Walliams books. We all appreciate his charming tales and anarchic sense of humour. We adore his quirky characters...
Aug
06
If you’re looking for a unique day out, and maybe a break from the burning sunshine, then a visit to Little Hall in Lavenham is a must. This ancient clothiers house has stood guard on the edge of the village’s Market Place since it was built in the 14th Century and offers a...
Jul
24
Haverhill Town Council has again organised a number of free events for Haverhill this summer. The highlights include the Haverhill Historic Vehicle Rally and Road Run (Sunday 14 July 10.00am to 5.00pm) Armed Forces Day (Saturday 29 June from 11:00am) The Big Day Out Wednesday 31...
Jul
06
The festival is proud to have a green policy, recycling 80 % of all rubbish on site. They use Solar energy to power the lighting around the site and have ethical trading and food standards plus only charge their food & drink vendors reasonable rates to keep refreshments...
Jul
05
Where on EARTH are you? Suffolk Libraries are asking this question for their space-themed Summer Reading Challenge, which starts on the 20th July.  The campaign, using the hashtag #SLWhereOnEarth, encourages social media users to post their selfies of...
Jul
05
Nerf gun parties are so much fun for children and parents alike! For the past two years my son Alex (11) has been a fan of nerf guns and loves to play mini battles with his friends. He plays at home, but there isn't enough space to run around, and the bullets get lost and eaten...
Jun
12
Starting on the 13th July, the annual Summer Reading Challenge will be back in full swing, running across all 44 of Suffolk’s libraries as well as the weekly Suffolk Libraries Local sessions in Shotley and Rushmere. Children aged 4-11 are invited to sign up at their...
Jun
11