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Suffolk Young Peoples Theatre are delighted to bring to you Made in DagenhamFind out more »
Washing Machine proudly presents F.O.X AMETHYSTS BESSIE TURNER BLOOD TALK CANCEROUS NORMALITIES "It feels like you’ve been invited to the great disco on the Sun, and you shall dance on the stars until the grand supernova ends us all." - 1Q Music "Sweeping, massive electro-pop" - Supajam F.O.X are an electro-synth-pop trio based in Essex. Formed in 2013, they released their debut album 'Chimera' and spent time touring across the USA with The Deer Tracks, including five celebrated appearances at…Find out more »
The Supersonic 70s Show will take you down memory lane with some of the biggest classic hits from the 70s.Find out more »
A stunning celebration of the music and life of one of the greatest singers of our time.Find out more »
Contemporary folk nights run upstairs at Oakes Barn, St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH, on the first Wednesday of the month. The music start at 8.00 pm and continues till 10.30 pm with a mid-evening break. On these evenings, we provide an MC but no PA – performances are unplugged. We usually ask artists to perform a total of three or four songs, tunes or items. There may be some flexibility at the discretion of the MC,…Find out more »
A three day workshop for 6-11 year olds around the theme SUPERHEROES & VILLAINSFind out more »
Come and join us for an evening of entertainment with a difference. Step back in time as you supper in style on the stage of Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, with the performances delivered from the auditorium! See the Theatre as if you were treading the boards yourself, while a cabaret of local acts take you on a journey through its history, performing well-known classics, scenes of years gone by, plus treats you may never have seen before. A Black…Find out more »
Traditional unaccompanied folk singers nights run upstairs at Oakes Barn, St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH, on the first Monday of every month. Singing starts at 8.00 pm and continues till 10.30 pm with a mid-evening break. On traditional unaccompanied folk singers nights, we welcome anyone who wishes to sing traditional folk songs or songs in a traditional style, solo or with other people, but without instrumentation. These evenings are sing arounds, with singers taking turns around…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 »
The nation’s premier Rock & Roll variety production returns with another brand new summer show. Featuring a fresh line-up of smash hits spanning the 1950s right through to the 70s, plus more nostalgia and laughter.Find out more »
Mark Crooks, the world-class clarinettist/tenor saxophonist salutes the great jazz and film composer, writer of the classic songs ‘The Shadow of Your Smile’, ‘Emily’, ‘Theme From MASH’ and other masterpieces. “Warm-tone, elegantly inventive swing, musically immaculate” MOJO “A small-scale master class in improvisatory interplay” JAZZ NEWS MARK CROOKS clarinet/tenor saxophone CHRIS INGHAM piano OWEN MORGAN bass GEORGE DOUBLE drumsFind out more »
Kerry is recognised as the leading lady of West End and Broadway musicals, with a number of starring roles in London, New York and around the world. Meanwhile Matt has become a multi-platinum recording artist having completed five sold-out tours since winning The X Factor’s highest rating series in 2010, watched by over 19 million. Matt and Kerry met during a run of Broadway In Concert shows in 2016, where plans for this special show began.Find out more »
Our Day Out - the Musical will transport you to the school days of lollipop men, packed lunches and young loveFind out more »
Milton Jones is Nearly Out There: Work in Progress This event is now sold out. Please call the Box Office on 01284 758000 to be added to the waiting list...Find out more »
The Chris Ingham Trio with special guest singers from the world of jazz. Mentored and admired by the legendary Mark Murphy, Gill specialises in colourful and characterful songbook interpretations and is unique on today’s jazz and vocal scene. Today she visits the repertoire of High Priestess of Soul, Nina Simone. Delicious food will be available to purchase along with a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.Find out more »
The vocally versatile Voice Squad bring a vibrant and joyful musical version of Rudyard Kipling’s tales. The eclectic, upbeat songs were written by the composers of the new Mary Poppins score, Stiles and Drewe. Come with us on a journey down the great grey-green greasy Limpopo River, and enjoy this toe-tapping, heart-warming show for all the family! £10/£12/£15Find out more »
The 545 with Stone Deepe, Siah, Deep City, Cathedrals & Cars and HollowstarFind out more »
‘The Magic Story Book’, starring Bob the Builder, Little Princess, Noddy, Fireman Sam and all your other Milkshake! Favourites in an all-singing, all-dancing, musical masterpiece, which takes audiences on a journey through the world’s favourite fairy tales. £15 (U16s £13.50 / Family £52) // 12noon & 3.30pmFind out more »
With their appearances on the Dame Shirley Bassey’s Tribute Show, Graham Norton Show, Strictly Come Dancing and The One Show, British harmony trio, Blake, present a brand new tour, featuring the finest songs from stage and screen. Projections and lighting will bring the cinematic magic to life...Find out more »
Illegal Eagles - Friday 15 & Saturday 16 September The Illegal Eagles return, this time celebrating their own 20 years of international touring! Their mastery of the Eagles' distinctive sound has made them one of the most sought after shows of their kind in the world. For their special 20th Anniversary tour, The Illegal Eagles bring you their best show to date, performing all the classic Eagles hits including 'Hotel California', 'Take It Easy', 'Lyin’ Eyes', 'Desperado', 'Life in the…Find out more »
Flourish Women's Conference - Saturday 23 September A Christian conference for women to come together to flourish... To flourish means to thrive, to be of influence and to be successful in the community you are planted in. The organisers of this conference want to create an environment where women from across the region encourage one another in the purpose of impacting their community and changing the lives of those around them. 2017's theme is "anything is possible".Find out more »
Songbook Sundays @ The Athenaeum: Emily Saunders Rated as “absolutely brilliant” by BBC Radio 2’s Jamie Cullum and “the next big thing” by the London Evening Standard, London-based vocalist, songwriter, composer and producer Emily Saunders has carved her own sun-drenched niche that takes in jazz, pop and soul. £12adv / £15door / VIP £23 includes breakfastFind out more »
A night of live music and theatre... Former Noah and the Whale front-man and songwriter, Charlie Fink, multi-award-winning playwright, David Greig, and director, Max Webster, bring us the tale of an idealistic young songwriter who sets out to write a 21st century pop masterpiece and vanishes without a trace. Might her personal songbook be the key to unlocking the mystery?Find out more »
As a multi-million selling recording artist with an equally impressive Olivier Award winning acting career, Barbara Dickson has firmly established herself as one of the most enduring and popular artistes in Britain today. Barbara Dickson’s interpretation of traditional music, married with 20th Century songs and material from the theatre is renowned and admired.Find out more »
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