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Forest Live: Clean Bandit

Clean Bandit have announced a special woodland gig as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission. Formed in Cambridge in 2008, Clean Bandit’s debut album ‘New Eyes’ included ‘Extraordinary’ (feat. Sharna Bass) and the No 1 smash hit ‘Rather Be’ (feat. Jess Glynne) a …

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Theatre in the Forest

The Red Rose Chain Theatre Company return to Theatre in the Forest at Jimmy’s Farm this summer, with Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” from 26th July to 27th August.  “As You Like It”  is one of Shakespeare’s most bewitching comedies, featuring some of his best-loved characters. Forget the rules of …

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Carly Paoli

Carly Paoli has been delighting audiences throughout the world, having shared stages with Andrea Bocelli, José Carreras and Elaine Paige, and you can count the Pope and Prince Charles amongst her fans. Now the classical singer is coming home to the UK to tour with one of the country’s most …

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Paolo Morena

In May, Paolo Morena attended the 10th Annual Panic Awards and was voted “SOLO PERFORMER OF THE DECADE”.  A testament to the dedication that the Essex songwriter has shown as a writer and performer over the past 10 years and the huge respect that he is held in.   Paolo’s …

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Suffolk Day

Today is the first ever Suffolk Day – lets shout it from the rooftops!  The county has a wealth of beautiful places to visit, an amazing array of world acclaimed talented musicians and artists and some of the best food available.   Yes of course we are not unique in …

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The Dream Of Gerontius

THE DREAM OF GERONTIUS, EDWARD ELGAR ROYAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL SATURDAY 17TH JUNE 2017 I like to listen to music in the bath.  Really listen to it.  That’s the one place where I don’t have a phone, laptop, TV or any other distracting device (including husband’s minute-by-minute commentary of his every …

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Sensing Nature

An arts organisation is set to explore nature’s sounds with a live outdoor musical performance. Waveney & Blyth Arts’ new event will highlight the sounds made by animals, birds and insects native to Norfolk, with outdoor musical performances this summer. The Sensing Nature performances, at Thornham Walks, near Eye, will …

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Latitude: Not Long Now

Sometimes, just sometimes, life contrives against us.  You would think that, working in media, and not just any media, but entertainment media no less, and living in Suffolk that July would mean just one thing for me: Latitude.   And yet I have never been.  Suffolk’s biggest summer festival and I …

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Twelfth Night

RoughCast’s Twelfth Night at Public Hall in Early July. Following their sell-out tour of A Christmas Carol, RoughCast return to Shakespeare with a typically fast-moving and energetic production of the most delightful of his romantic comedies – Twelfth Night so come along to the theatre-based show at Beccles Public Hall …

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Sax Fest Line-up

Sax Fest, Saxmundham’s annual free Music Festival, has released the line-ups for 2017. Friday 28th July sees a folksey themed evening, headed by the brilliant Aartwork. Saturday 29th features a mix of local bands and headline tribute act, Rollin Stoned. This year, in addition to the youth and adult music …

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The Style Councillors

How would you like see The Style Councillors at The Apex, in Bury on the 7th July, 7.30pm? Well, we’re giving you a chance to be there! Paul Weller left The Jam in 1982 in order to incorporate more elements of soul, R&B, and jazz into his songwriting. His lyrics remained typically earnest, yet his leftist …

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Palomar in Beccles

Beccles Public Hall is supporting people with memory loss. Since the Public Hall team has been successful in their bid to become a Dementia Friendly organisation to fund a support group called Forget-me-not at the Hall twice a month (on the first Tuesday and third Monday in the month), support …

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Call My Bluff

A Game of Bluff and Double Bluff! Join us for this quiz with a difference! – test your knowledge of wine against the wit and bluffing expertise of Kit Hesketh Harvey, as he bluffs, and double bluffs, as you guess, and quaff! Bring a table of up to eight people …

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The Suffolk Villages Festival

The Suffolk Villages Festival, now in its 30th year, brings high-quality performances of early music to rural East Anglia. Its principal venues are the fine historic wool churches of Stoke by Nayland, Boxford, Nayland and Sudbury, situated to the north of the River Stour and Dedham Vale. The artistic director, …

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Family Workshops!

Free Storytelling and Percussion Workshops for all ages and abilities! Arts La’Olam, an Ipswich-based organisation specialising in intercultural arts events has been granted generous awards from Arts Council England , Ipswich Borough Council, Essex County Council and Suffolk County Council to invite to East Anglia two of the most leading …

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Casson and Friends

Casson and Friends, creators of contemporary dance with a focus on collaboration and interactivity, invites the people of Ipswich and DanceEast to choreograph their very own dance on Saturday 1 July. With ‘family’ as the stimulus for creation, the new dance will be made, rehearsed and performed in just one …

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Shakespeare In The Park

Bury Theatre Workshop’s ‘Shakespeare In The Park 2017’ is “As You Like It” by William Shakespeare.  “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages”. This year’s ‘Shakespeare …

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This Is The Sound Of Sugar Town Volume 2

Thirteen More Tasty Treats from Bury St Edmunds Rock City  On Friday 7th July 2017, R*E*P*E*A*T Records and Pure Deadly are extremely proud to release ‘This Is The Sound Of Sugar Town Volume 2’: a 12” vinyl and download album featuring thirteen amazing acts from the UK’s unsung DIY rock capital, …

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Our Day Out

Bury Theatre Royal kicks off the Autumn Season this August with Our Day Out – The Musical, the iconic Willy Russell play. The week long run will be a culmination of the Summer School at Theatre Royal, allowing a young cast of 12 – 19 year olds to participate alongside …

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Learn to Lindy Hop

Learn to Lindy Hop, as part of Ipswich Jazz Festival and DanceEast’s Move | Be Moved Season, at the Jerwood DanceHouse on Friday 23rd June. In this two-hour workshop, learn social, partner and solo dance skills with one of the most experienced Jazz and Lindy Hop dancers in the UK. …

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