Shakespeare's Twelfth Night at Glemham Hall

Some have yellow stockings thrust upon them

Posted by - July 15, 2018

Castle Theatre Company’s rendition of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at Glemham Hall contained lots of cheeky humour combined with a topical take on gender On a Friday evening in the summer sun, whilst enjoying a picnic in the picturesque grounds of Glemham Hall, I watched Castle Theatre Company act out Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Although it’s a

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Choreocracy at Dance East

Choreocracy at Dance East

Posted by - June 5, 2018

Just by reading its name, it’s easy to work out the premise of Choreocracy (a blend of ‘choreography’ and ‘democracy’). However, the show itself is far more complex… After grabbing a drink, we noticed a phone charging station in the reception of DanceEast. It was a forewarning: ensure your device has enough juice for the

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What the moon saw at Dance East

Posted by - April 16, 2018

Contemporary Dance in Suffolk has developed quite an enviable reputation. Thanks in no small way to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved with DanceEast at the Jerwood Dance House. Situated on the historic Waterfront in Ipswich DanceEast has become a beacon for dancers and members of the public. DanceEast caters for all age

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Modula Synthesizer meetup – a first for Suffolk

Posted by - January 27, 2018

Modular synthesziers, what are they? Your first question when reading this article may well be ‘what is a modular synthesizer’.  In the photo of a modular synthesizer at the top of this article might look like an old telephone exchange to you.  You’re not alone.  But if you might not know what a modular synthesizer looks

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The Frame Workshop & The Kettle Girls welcoming winter

Posted by - December 10, 2017

Singing and art are two things that are well known to lift the spirits and this week, amongst the bustle of late night shopping in Ipswich, Frame Workshop & Gallery on St Nicholas Street, hosted an event giving people the chance to enjoy both. With the new winter exhibition on display, Robin Peters, owner of

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Ten Christmas Markets and Fairs in Suffolk this season, 2017

Posted by - November 17, 2017

Christmas is fast approaching in Suffolk and it is the season for festive fun and fabulous shopping and we are spoiled for choice. Our county holds a great array of Christmas markets and fairs which showcase the very best of local produce and crafts. But they are not just a place to find unique and

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Bonfire night & fireworks in Suffolk – things to remember

Posted by - November 3, 2017

Remember, remember – Five things to think of this 5th of November Bonfire night can be a great time to get together and have fun whether you have fireworks at home or go to one of the many great displays around our county. But, because of the very nature of the event: explosive fireworks, being

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Things to do in Suffolk this November

Posted by - November 1, 2017

November is a busy month for the county, so here’s our current five favourite things to do in Suffolk in November: Fireworks at Christchurch Park Lavenham Literary Festival Heveningham Hall Fireworks Ways With Words Southwold Literature Festival Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre Fireworks at Christchurch Park This yearly event at Christchurch Park is not only

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Rip it up Ipswich Regent

Rip it Up at The Regent

Posted by - October 19, 2017

Last night I danced the night away – well, sort of. It was more a permanent state of jiggling about in my seat for a couple of hours and my best friend was in the chair beside me doing the same. The reason being, that we were at a performance if Rip it Up at

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