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Crazy Glue

An extraordinary and highly accessible show about the thrills and spills of married life, is heading to theatres across Norfolk and Suffolk in January and February, with support from the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East. They’re a happy couple with a car in the garage, a chicken …

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Celebrating Hoagy

The Chris Ingham Quartet, led by the leader of the house trio at Jazz at the Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds, brings the unique Music of Hoagy Carmichael to the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds on January 21. Sold out at Ronnie Scott’s in 2014 and 2015 and a Sunday …

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Suffolk Villages Festival

The Suffolk Villages Festival celebrate St Valentine’s Day with a delightful programme on the theme of love in its various aspects, sacred and secular and from first rapture to profound grief. Baroque composers revelled in the bright and sensuous sonorities of two sopranos with continuo, producing masterpieces such as Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s …

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Trianon Presidential Celebrations

Established for over 50 years, Trianon Music Group is taking the opportunity to celebrate their famous presidents this year as part of a full programme of large-scale and community concerts. Imogen Holst, the daughter of Gustav Holst was their first president.  She spent 20 years as joint artistic director of …

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Albion Fairs Memories

This may sound like a question from a cold-case review but can you remember what were you doing from the early nineteen seventies until the mid nineteen eighties?  Doubtless you’ll have forgotten more of that period than you can remember but if you are of sufficient vintage to have attended …

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Dance Legacy

A trailblazing project which gave young male dancers across East Anglia the opportunity to perform alongside members of world-renowned choreographer Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures company is being expanded. Legacy was formed after the critically-acclaimed and widely praised Lord of the Flies production at Norwich Theatre Royal in autumn 2014, which …

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Think Tank

Join us for a free flow discussion and a glass of mulled wine. What does survival look like for the arts and culture in 2016? How do independent artists keep going? How do theatres and galleries manage to stay open? How can we ensure that art and heritage and culture …

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Dance Auditions

DANCEEAST CENTRE FOR ADVANCED TRAINING IS ON THE HUNT FOR THE BEST DANCE TALENT IN THE EAST OF ENGLAND Talented youngsters from across the east of England are being invited to demonstrate their dance talent and potential at auditions at the Jerwood DanceHouse in Ipswich, from Saturday 21 May – Friday 3 …

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PhotoEast

PhotoEast: A new worldclass photography festival for Suffolk The Ipswich Waterfront is set to come alive with photography next summer as a new visual arts festival is launched in the town. PhotoEast, an arts start-up based in Framlingham, announced today (3 December 2015) its collaboration with University Campus Suffolk (UCS) …

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Sunjay

Gaining critical acclaim from the national press and his peers, Sunjay is one of the UK’s brightest young stars. “An amazing picker, a must see.” – Terry Reid  “He’s a wizard on the guitar!” – Vin Garbutt Nov 2015, welcomed Sunjay’s latest release ‘Black & Blues’. Returning to New Mountain Music …

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