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Grapevine Editorial Team

Grapevine Magazine was first published in 1991 - making 2016 our 25th birthday. The small Editorial Team, based in Ipswich, Suffolk collate information about live entertainment across East Anglia for the magazine's well known listings. In addition the team publishes reviews and interviews on all forms of entertainment.

Grapevine’s Festival of the Year 2017

Grapevine is delighted to announce their inaugural Music & Arts Festival Guide – Festival of the Year is FolkEast FolkEast is one of the younger festivals in East Anglia but has the feel of an event that has been around since time immemorial.  The quality of musicianship on display over …

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Banged Up in Suffolk!

It’s nearly B-Day – as the county’s most unlikely criminals are to be Banged-up – including Beer&Co’s Greg Cooper (but hopefully not for long…if we can raise bail in support of local charity Homestart Suffolk).  Beer&Co. set-out with the aim of creating events that they themselves would love to attend – events of a distinct difference …

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Oundle International Festival

The Oundle International Festival today announced its 2017 programme which includes concerts by world class musicians, rising stars and local performance groups, an art exhibition by local artists, Oundle Open Gardens, two successful authors in conversation, film screenings and the return well loved Festival events which will bring music, theatre, …

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Broadway Classic in Bury

A classic of the Broadway stage comes to Bury St Edmunds tonight when Irving Stage Company returns to the Theatre Royal to present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! With its engaging characters, involving story and legendary score, the much-loved show will be performed by the amateur troupe from 21 to 25 …

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Festival Fever

In preparing our 2017 Music and Arts Festival Guide it never ceases to amaze us that here in the East we have such an amazing array of festivals to choose from.  Ranging from Free to the £90 for a day ticket and from tribute to international headliners.  Whatever your budget …

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Silbury Hill

This coming Sunday, 12th March, the first of the new series of Sunday Afternoon Concert events – which takes place at Rushmere St Andrews Church, Humber Doucy Lane, near Ipswich – will feature popular East Anglian based folk duo, “Silbury Hill” It has been a busy 2 years for the …

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I Can’t Stand Still

JACEN BRUCE + THE MEMPHIS UNDERGROUND – I Can’t Stand Still I Can’t Stand Still is dedicated to the memory of Newmarket-based Jacen’s hero Elvis Presley. Elvis passed away on his 11th birthday, the 16th of August 1977 and The King has had a profound impact on Jacen’s life. When he …

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Embraceable Ella

JOANNA EDEN + CHRIS INGHAM – EMBRACEABLE ELLA Saffron Walden-based Joanna presents a ‘labour of love’ album celebrating the music of her vocal hero Ella Fitzgerald. From the throw-away A Tisket A Tasket which brought Ella to fame in the forties with the Chick Webb Orchestra to later songbook album …

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Beautiful Dream

JAMIE WILLIAMS – BEAUTIFUL DREAM Born in Romford in the early 70s, Jamie knew from an early age that music had the power to move him, but it wasn’t until he immersed himself in the sound of the Beatles, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones & The Doors that he began …

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RHS Musical Extravaganza

On Saturday 4th March 2017, over 150 pupils from the Royal Hospital School will be taking to the stage for the annual Gala Concert in aid of the Suffolk Community Foundation, Bikeactive, Mencap, The Woolverstone Project and Riding for the Disabled Association. The evening is one of the school’s musical highlights …

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