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Aldeburgh Festival 2018 celebrates Britten and America. It also reflects 1948 – the remarkable period in post-war British history when the festival began and when so much of what we now regard to be the backbone of our cultural life was launched. In his centenary the music of Bernstein plays a significant part in the festival. Britten and Bernstein: composers, pianists, conductors, programme planners, educators, and major media figures were towering creative leaders, and are linked but rarely met each…Find out more »
Children’s Arts Festival in East Anglia, delivering performance art in theatres, schools, and communitiesFind out more »
A small multi venue festival of Arts and Music based in the rural location of Woolpit held annually in June each year.Find out more »
Musical theatre’s leading men and X Factor stars - Jonathan Ansell (G4 frontman) and Rhydian Roberts, join forces for the first time ever to create a dramatic and spine tingling concert. This vocally exhilarating evening showcases all of the smash hit songs from the greatest musicals of all time. A special guest soprano will also join the cast!Find out more »
‘Strictly Come Dancing’ finalist Giovanni Pernice returns to the stage with a bang in his brand new UK and Ireland tour ‘BORN TO WIN’. After the huge success of ‘Dance is Life’ in 2017, Giovanni is once again set to get your hearts beating a little faster, showcasing a story of love and passion, with even more heat, even more energy, and even more drama than ever before! Returning to join Giovanni are Luba Mushtuk, dancer and assistant choreographer on…Find out more »
Folk from the tradition nights run upstairs at Oakes Barn, St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH, one Wednesday evening per month. The music start at 8.00 pm and continues till 10.30 pm with a mid-evening break. Folk from the tradition nights have a traditional focus. We welcome singers and musicians who work within the forms that are found in the traditions of these islands or who draw on those forms for their inspiration.Find out more »
Friendly open mic hosted by Brian Crockett. Simply turn up and get put on the list to play. PA, mics and instrument leads provided, you bring the talent!Find out more »
An evening of music jamming. Bring along your musical instrument or just join in the sessionFind out more »
A friendly and relaxed Open Mic night at the Kings Head. All abilities welcome, acoustic or plug in to use the house PA. Each artist plays three numbers before the next has a go in the order of their arrival, or the order on the chalk board...Find out more »
Friendly relaxed session for musicians and spoken word. Hosted alternate weeks by James Veira and Liam Harvey. Free drink for all performersFind out more »
Dubbed 'The Voice of Diamond', Brooklyn Creed - born with an uncannily similar timbre to his idol - is an exceptional guitar player. For this show he's teaming up with the Salvation Band. They hand pick speciﬁc live and studio versions of Diamond’s performances, to create a show that takes you on a musical journey through Neil Diamond’s glittering 50 year career.Find out more »
Join Colchester Operatic Society on a musical journey inspired by The Seven Deadly Sins. Their summer concert contains a feast of well-known songs from the musicals, together with a selection of classic pop numbers. Renowned for their fantastic chorus work and beautiful harmonies ...it's enough to make you green with ENVY! So don't be a SLOTH, book your tickets now! Or risk feeling their WRATH...!!Find out more »
From the team that created The Doodle Dance Show, which visited the John Peel Centre last summer, The Buildy Uppy Dance Show is a magical hour of building, music, and dancing. Let your imagination run riot as hundreds of boxes are stacked, squashed and rebuilt. Help create enticing caves, wonky castles and fabulous creatures, as together we learn that the strongest thing we can build is friendship. As part of Bury St. Edmund’s Theatre Royal’s Once Upon A Festival, award…Find out more »
Monthly open mic night on the third Thursday of every month. Hosted by The Flaming Llamas, we provide full backline and a relaxed and supportive environment in which to perform. Come along and show us your talent, or simply watch and listen, whilst enjoying a pint of ale and some home cooked food.Find out more »