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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.
Frederick Knott’s classic play Wait Until Dark, being performed at Cambridge Arts Theatre until September 23, is theatre at its best, writes JAMES MARSTON.
Colleagues from Bury St Edmunds firm Treatt have raised thousands for a mental health charity, after completing a sponsored 880 mile bike ride.
West Suffolk College students have been rewarded for their hard work at a Celebration of Achievement Gala Dinner.
A Suffolk rotary club has presented 300 dictionaries to four primary schools, it has been announced.
She is one of Suffolk’s most senior priests, he a former hospital consultant – they were dubbed by friends “the clerical medical” couple.
Suffolk-based actress Ruthie Henshall has praised West Suffolk College students’ performance of Bonnie and Clyde.
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