Reviewed By Esmee Stimson 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 like, The Slightly Annoying Elephant, The Queen’s Orangutan, Shelia the Hippo and The Bear Who...
Apr
27
There really is something for everybody this year. Whether you’re a novice or expert, young or old, walking with your family or walking alone, you are bound to find a walk that tickles your fancy. There are a range of short walks that are between one and four miles. There are...
Apr
27
Suffolk Libraries is launching this year’s Summer Reading Challenge and appealing for volunteers to help inspire thousands of children to get reading this summer. The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays and helps to get three quarters of...
Apr
27
CBeebies’ arts and crafts hero, Mister Maker, is set to thrill Regent Theatre customers with the hit show Mister Maker & The Shapes Live tour. Mister Maker comes to Ipswich on Tuesday 30th May – just in time to brighten up the half-term holiday. “We had such a...
Apr
27
Ipswich Children’s Book Group and Bookseast are holding a special Children’s Book Festival event on Saturday 13 May in the Lecture Theatre at Ipswich County Library. The ‘Picture A Story’ event features writer and illustrator Chris Riddell who is also currently the Children’s...
Apr
21
It’s back!  The 3rd Beccles Food & Drink Festival will be held on Saturday 27th May, and should be an educational and fun day for all the family. Running from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m., the free event, held in and around the town centre, will follow the successful format...
Apr
19
With an all star cast,  my 8 year old and I, were looking forward to seeing this year’s Ipswich Regent Easter panto; Robin Hood. Unsurprisingly  the theatre was almost at full capacity filled with families and panto fans. The expected sense of anticipation and the...
Apr
18
Maui Waui is a 3 day festival of international music, performance, arts, theatre, circus and cabaret. Now in it 5th year, it is fast becoming one of the area most exciting festivals in East Anglia, pulling in accomplished as well as undiscovered bands and performers from all...
Apr
15
Written by Clare Jessup When I first heard about there being a pantomime at Easter I wasn’t really too sure how I felt about the idea! As a family we are regulars to the Christmas shows and it’s become a firm favourite in our festive calendar. As I sat in the theatre on...
Apr
15
Charismatic presenter Naomi Wilkinson delivers a highly entertaining, funny and educational show at the Regent. The Regent Theatre is becoming one of my favourite places to go to entertain the family, as it brings productions touring the country to our doorstep which...
Apr
15
Performing arts,  seem to be a quite popular activity among youngsters nowadays, and my son has expressed an interest in joining one. Keeping that in mind and the fact that he had just finished the book, we went to DanceEast today to see the CTC’s Junior Company...
Apr
12
SATURDAY 13TH MAY TO SUNDAY 4TH JUNE 2017 You are invited to a party!!!! 2017 marks The Suffolk Walking Festivals 10th Birthday and we would love it if you joined us to help celebrate this wonderful event. We have over 100 walks on offer, providing the opportunity to...
Apr
11