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A three-day festival celebrating all that is awesome about this current thriving renaissance of music, art, photography, comedy et all that East Anglia is experiencing. ‘ 1 Festival - 2 days - 3 nights - 4 shows - 22 acts to catch and enjoy ! ‘ Friday 19th July - The A.I.R Events present Vision @OPEN - a fast paced and vibrant showcase extravaganza with live music, ambience, visuals, plus art and photography exhibitions. Saturday 20th July - The A.I.R…Find out more »
HOTBED is Menagerie Theatre Company’s annual festival of new writing and new work in association with and supported by Cambridge Junction.Find out more »
Jo Darby Theatre School presents it’s annual, Summer Show Extravaganza ‘Thank You for the Music’.Find out more »
75th D-Day Anniversary Concert by ABF The Soldiers’ Charity Featuring: Band of the Household Division Swing Machine big Band D-Day Tribute Singers Prosecco Reception Traditional Afternoon Tea on the LAwn Tuckwell Room DisplayFind out more »
Drums, mics and amps provided. Just bring your instruments or your sticks and get involved. All abilities welcome 5pm - 7pmFind out more »
Phoebe's journey began at the age of 5. Inspired like many by something she saw and heard, in her case Wicked the musical, Phoebe began to sing. Unlike many, Phoebe kept singing and singing and singing and from the tender age of 5 made her mind up that there was only one path for her and that was to sing! Those closest to Phoebe could see this was not just going to be a passing fancy. Nurturing a desire like…Find out more »
A specially devised programme for the soprano voice and its instrumental counterpoint, the clarinet, focusing on the natural melody of folk song and of great composers such as Schubert, Handel, Gershwin and Puccini.Find out more »
Fanny and Garry and who knows who else will be entertaining the troops at the Shamrock, Ipswich's bestest Irish pub on Sunday. So get ya dancing pants ironed and ya drinking heads on and turn up with ya best singing voices for a night of drunken busking.. See you at the bar.Find out more »
Winners of the Royal Philharmonic Society award for Young British String Players, the Ruisi Quartet has established a reputation as a charismatic and expressive ensemble. Programme includes: Haydn Quartet Op.20 No.5 in F minor Jacob Fitzgerald new work Mendelssohn Quartet Op.13Find out more »
The Pelléas Ensemble was formed at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2011. Playing with “verve and polish” (The Times), they recently won the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Henderson Chamber Ensemble Award, and the 2017 Elias Fawcett Award for Outstanding Chamber Ensemble at the Royal Overseas League competition. Programme includes: Bach Sonata Eb Major Ravel Sonative Tchaikovsky Chanson triste & Melodie Saint-Saens Fantaise Gershwin A Foggy Day/Love Walked InFind out more »
Every Monday some of the best local musicians turn up to play on our Open Stage nights. If you perform, sing, tell jokes or play an instrument then you can do it here on a Monday. Performers can call up and book a slot between 10 and 30 mins long. All performers get a free HD USB of their performance.Go to our website to book your slot now!!Find out more »
Musical comedy sisters Flo & Joan present a brand new show of dark witty songs.Find out more »
Tillett Trust Young supported Artists Maria Gilicel and Craig White* have both been enjoying a succession of recitals throughout the UK. Today they come together for a joyous blend of piano and violin. Programme Ysaye Sonata No. 6 Mozart Sonata in G Major K.301 Emily Crook new work Brahms Sonata No. 3 in D minor * Please note this is a change to the pianist advertised in the printed brochure.Find out more »
The Festival's annual series of 30-minute informal concerts in community spaces.Find out more »
John Williams, John Etheridge and Gary Ryan After many years of playing together, John Williams and John Etheridge are embarking on a short tour with classical guitarist and composer Gary Ryan. This colourful and varied programme of solos, duos and trios will delight classical guitar fans.Find out more »
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