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Perhaps one of the most accessible of Shakespeare’s plays, The Merchant of Venice is a story that is engaging now as when it was first written.
James Marston says it’s time to stop the sympathy for our farmers
Immigration is a subject I almost dare not touch with a barge pole.
Suffolk’s churches are getting out and about into the communities which they serve.
And pioneer ministry is making a difference to people’s lives.
JAMES MARSTON reports.
You could have seen or spoken to a slave today. Modern slavery isn’t a problem limited to urban Britain, its here in Suffolk and Norfolk. JAMES MARSTON reports.
Review of Unseen Enemy: Radar and The Cold War by Suzanne Hawkes
Sherlock Holmes: The Final Curtain
This is a riveting, gripping and ultimately excellent production of William’s timeless classic - A Streetcar Named Desire.
Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest – at Cambridge Arts Theatre until April 14 – is an enjoyable and amusing production, writes James Marston.
Bungay, Southwold. Diss, Halesworth. Banks are closing down everywhere. But we can live without them, can’t we, says James Marston
Do you volunteer? I often imagine it must be an enjoyable thing to do. I once helped out at a charity shop in Sudbury - well sort of, I was writing a story about it really – and it seemed to involve a lot of ironing.
Alan Ayckbourn’s play How the Other Half Loves – at Cambridge Arts Theatre until November 4 – is a fun and entertaining show, writes James Marston.
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