Following the resounding success of their previous productions, Made in Dagenham and Guys and Dolls, Suffolk Young People’s Theatre are returning to Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds with their fully staged version of the hit West End and Broadway Musical, Footloose: The Musical (...
West/Mid Suffolk Bury St Edmunds Library Blooming Great Tea Party for Marie Curie – Saturday 7 July from 10am to 2pm. Drop in to the library for some tea and cake and help to raise money for Marie Curie. Bury Library would be very grateful if anyone would like to...
If you are heading to the Felixstowe beach this holidays, treat the family to some fun and games at Mannings Amusements! You don't need to spend loads of money to have a great time! For only £5 your child could enjoy two rides on their tradition funfair, 1 game of...
Stowmarket Library has launched Suffolk’s newest crime writers’ festival. ‘Skulduggery in Stowmarket’ will take place at the library over four days from 27-30 April. It will involve four days of talks by top crime writers with plenty of crime-related activities to enjoy...
2FACED DANCE COMPANY BRING FAMILY FUN TO DANCEEAST WITH NEW DANCE AND CIRCUS SHOW WHAT THE MOON SAW We will welcome 2Faced Dance Company with What The Moon Saw, a new interactive dance and circus show for the whole family, inspired by the work of Hans Christian Anderson on...
Ipswich Museum is hosting an Ask The Expert day next week and it’s an opportunity for the public to bring along their treasured objects and photographs, share their stories about them and find out a bit more. Organiser Melanie Hollis, curator of the You...
Beasts amongst the Bookshelves – Suffolk Libraries conjures up magical events for Harry Potter Book Night
Several libraries in the county are holding events for this year’s Harry Potter Book Night which takes place next Thursday (1 February). Harry Potter Book Night is the most magical night of the year and the theme for 2018 is ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and the amazing creatures...
The launch of a new season for Ipswich’s Regent Theatre and Corn Exchange means a spring and summer full of top shows – six West End musicals, dance, comedy and opera and even Masterchef and Peppa Pig. The high energy, high kicking and glamorous Watermill Theatre production...
Author Rod Campbell’s best-selling classic children’s lift-the-flaps book Dear Zoo is being brought to life for the very first time in 2018 with a brilliant new stage production. The book was first published in 1982 and has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide and the new...
Let thistles and thickets of Thetford thatch, should evil approach on these thorns it will catch. In this forest cradle safely you’ll keep, not dead but preserved in a hundred-year sleep. Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds are delighted to announce the next family pantomime is going...
Everyone is looking forward to next week’s big Christmas lights switch-on in Ipswich and, for the 24th year running, Disabled (Blue) Badge-holders can drive through Ipswich town centre on two Sunday evenings to enjoy the lights. On 26th November and 3rd December,...
A new date has been picked for Ipswich’s Apple Day after it was postponed at the weekend because of fears of high winds. Now the popular event, which is organised by the Friends of Holywells Park, will take place on Saturday 4th November, between 11am and 2pm. Go...
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