When Bryan Klug was appointed caretaker manager at Ipswich Town, he said he wanted to restore a sense of unity. If the atmosphere at Saturday’s game is any guide, he’s already made a lot of progress, writes Northstander Terry Hunt.
Just two more games to go folks, two more and we can draw a line under yet another nondescript season, which is ending with some hope for the future but in desperate need of new leadership, writes Karl Fuller.
The Alde Valley Spring Festival is a great champion of contemporary art with roots in tradition. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke with festival curator Jason Gathorne-Hardy about exploring the role of the figure in art and the landscape
The Encore Dance Company, featuring students about to graduate from the third year of their sixth form at the prestigious Tring Park School for the Performing Arts in Hertfordshire, are visiting Ipswich’s Jerwood DanceHouse.
A painting that threatens to wreck the friendship of three men is the subject of smash hit comedy Art. Stephen Tompkinson tells us how he is having a ball being reunited with Nigel Havers and Denis Lawson for its 20th anniversary tour.
Here are Colchester United writer Carl Marston’s U’s Player Ratings after yesterday’s 2-1 defeat at Lincoln City, when substitute Luke Waterfall’s injury-time header finally ended the U’s already slender hopes of making the play-offs.
Colchester United boss, John McGreal, felt his side were very harshly done by when Lincoln City substitute Luke Waterfall headed home an injury-time winner for the Imps in a 2-1 home success at Sincil Bank this afternoon.