March 10 2014 Latest news:
A beer festival showcasing the best of Suffolk’s brewers with a celebration of ales, lagers and ciders will be taking place later this month.
Having whittled the number of prints and digital entries down from 1,000 to more than 300 prints and 250 projected images, The Ipswich and District Photographic Society’s annual exhibition has taken over the council chamber of Ipswich town hall.
A chart-topping musician is looking ahead to presenting his latest project at a Suffolk church this weekend.
Benjamin Grosvenor admits to having an average attraction to the piano when he first started playing. In fact, despite practicing he didn’t make that much progress at first. What motivated him in the end was peer pressure.
Latitude Festival founder Melvin Benn has said that this year’s line-up, including a string of new acts unveiled today, would prove good enough to retain the “best line-up” award the event received last year.
It’s a couple of years since I last saw Mike & the Mechanics in Ipswich and for this tour they again have Andrew Roachford (Cuddly Toy) and Tim Hower on vocals upfront and Mike Rutherford on melodic lead guitar.
I can only imagine what it was like seeing Pink Floyd perform in their heyday but those dreams must have been something similar to the show I saw at the Ipswich Regent.
It is a path previously trodden by celebrity performers Jessie J, Matt Lucas, Sheridan Smith, Jude Law and Idris Elba.
Singer Paloma Faith has announced her first live performances of the year which include a concert in Ipswich.
If you’re expecting spoilers you’re out of luck. Asked to keep exact details to ourselves by the master of psychological illusion, honestly, the less you know about it the more you’ll enjoy it. And you will enjoy it.