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SPILL Festival: Applications Open!

The SPILL Festival of Performance is offering 35 paid opportunities for artists and companies at the start of their careers to showcase their talents as part of the SPILL National Platform. The applications are now open until Monday the 4th of April 2016 at 12pm. Aimed at early makers, or those …

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Latitude Festival 2016: Line-up announced

The Latitude Festival 2016, will be taking place on the 14th to 17th of July at Henham Park in Suffolk, and the first line-up announcement has just come in! With over 100 acts across music and arts already being announced, with plenty more to come, it’s already promising to be another incredible …

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Grapevine Survey!

Hello from us at the Grapevine team! We were hoping you could spare a moment of your time and fill in our quick 10-question survey. We are looking to make sure we are providing you with the content you’re interested in, and that we’re appealing to a wider audience! Now …

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Norfolk & Norwich Festival

Norfolk & Norwich Festival, one of the biggest arts festivals in the UK, has announced the programme for the 2016 event (13 – 29 May). The programme, which spans performance, theatre, music, visual arts, literature and events for children, includes world premieres, unique concerts and one-off events, including a number …

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Anthony Nolan LIVE: Charity Concert Announced

Fundraising concert Anthony Nolan LIVE is to take place at the New Wolsey Theatre this summer on Sunday 22nd of May at 7pm, in aid of Anthony Nolan. Hosted by BBC’s Countryfile and The One Show presenter Joe Crowley and produced by Ipswich-based professional dancer, Samuel Biscoe, the concert aims …

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Congratulations Ed

If you were lucky enough to catch Ed Sheeran when he was gigging in Framlingham or at The Steamboat in Ipswich – or for that matter at Ipswich Music Day, you might have liked his music, you might not.  Music is such a subjective thing that you might even like …

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Christina is Back!

I am turning into a Christina Martin Groupie – a dangerous thing to do in my job, you get strange looks and PR companies start not returning your calls! It was while I was involved with the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket that I first became aware of this tiny …

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DanceEast & New Wolsey Secure Capital Funding

Today two Ipswich-based arts organisations have been awarded a total of £750,000 following successful applications to Arts Council England’s Small Scale Capital Fund to enhance the town’s vibrant cultural offer. DanceEast, awarded £390,456, plans to reconfigure its foyer and public areas to accommodate the increase in its performance programme, improve …

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FolkEast 2016

East Anglia’s fast-rising “new kid on the block” festival, FolkEast is back for a fifth year this August, proving why it is nothing like other music festivals. The three day festival will return to the glorious 300-acre Suffolk estate of 16th century Glemham Hall, the home of Major Philip Hope-Cobbold, …

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Jess Glynne at Newmarket

Make sure you’re ‘Right Here’ on 12th August as The Jockey Club Live and Newmarket Racecourses are delighted to welcome JESS GLYNNE, one of the UK’s hottest chart stars, to the Newmarket Nights stage. First coming into the public consciousness as the vocalist on Clean Bandit’s Grammy Award winning and …

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