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Audition Notice

AUDITION NOTICE: New Wolsey Young Company SWEENEY TODD: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street 12th/13th DECEMBER 2015 Next spring the acclaimed New Wolsey Young Company will present its first ever musical, and we’re throwing open our doors for young people aged 16 – 25 who want to audition. This production …

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Richard Alston Dance Company

Fresh from celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Richard Alston Dance Company returns to Norwich Theatre Royal on February 4 & 5, 2016, with a programme of musicality and sculptural grace. The company will present three powerful pieces – Stronghold, Mazur and Brisk Singing. Stronghold is the latest work from …

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Newton Faulkner

Hi Newton, we last met when you played the John Peel Centre back in March of 2013, what have you been doing since then? Making album five, and possibly album four as well. Were you surprised, all those years ago when built by Robots went double platinum? Oh God yeah, …

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Paris – nous pensons à vous

We awoke to the terrible news coming out of France this morning.  Any such violent acts are to be condemned but that this one was centered on a venue hosting a rock concert, it hit the Grapevine Team especially hard.  Our thoughts this morning are with the grieving, the injured …

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Megson – In A Box

If you missed Megson play at Folk East this year then do not fear for there are a couple of opportunities coming up in the region to catch this amazing duo.  Three times nominated in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and double winners of the  Spiral Earth Awards, Megson …

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GrapevineLIVE lives!

After a few days off air our website is back with a new look and a new events engine.  If you regularly add events the you will see changes – nobody likes change but we think you will like these and in time learn to love them.  So before you …

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The New Floral Hall is Back in Business

Opened in 1909, re-vamped and extended in the late 1930s, bombed in 1941 and rebuilt in 1950. The Spa Pavilion has had a difficult start in life but became a much loved feature on the entertainment scene in Suffolk. Its closure in 2013 was a dark day in Felixstowe, but …

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Bullet For My Valentine

International vein throbbing guttural tattooed headbanging loud heavy metal made a rare appearance in Ipswich last night when Bullet For My Valentine ended the UK leg of their Venom Tour at the Corn Exchange. Supporting the Welsh rockers were Sheffield metalcore merchants While She Sleeps and Japanese rockers Coldrain…

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Forest Live to feature Simply Red

Simply Red is the first band to announce dates for 2016 as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission where acts perform in beautiful woodland locations around the country. Mick Hucknall’s iconic voice was the defining sound of British R‘n’B in the eighties and …

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Panto Fun at The Regent

A photo call at Ipswich Regent Theatre to promote their Christmas Panto was always going to be fun.  The photographers assembled on the stage of Aladdin deciding what shots they’d like to get then someone asked where they should place the camel. Us photographers and journalists tend to be cynical …

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