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Bury St Edmunds: Evening with John Simpson at Theatre Royal postponed

PUBLISHED: 11:25 25 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:19 25 January 2013

Acclaimed reporter John Simpson has had to postpone an event at Royal Theatre.

Acclaimed reporter John Simpson has had to postpone an event at Royal Theatre.

Archant

AN evening with John Simpson, the acclaimed journalist, scheduled for tonight at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds has been postponed for next Friday, February 1.

Mr Simpson has been sent away on BBC assignment, but will return next week.

All ticket bookers have been contacted personally by the theatre, but if anyone else is interested in booking tickets, they can call the Theatre Royal box office on 01284 769505.

Money raised from this fundraising event will help to support the Theatre Royal’s community and education programme.

John Simpson, BBC World Affairs Editor, author and columnist, is one of the world’s most authoritative journalists, having reported from over 150 countries and 48 war zones.

A man who was ordered to do unpaid work as part of a suspended prison sentence order for selling cannabis at Latitude music festival was back in court today after breaching the order.

Members of a drugs gang which dealt more than £250,000 worth of crack and heroin in Ipswich by exploiting vulnerable addicts have been jailed for a total of 25 years.

Ipswich Building Society demonstrates its commitment to its branch network - with Mutual House.

An award-winning police officer has been sacked for engaging in an improper relationship with a witness.

A new lifesaving defibrillator has been installed in the town centre of Bury St Edmunds after a campaigning local businessman, the Business Improvement District (BID) organisation Our Bury St Edmunds and the town’s McDonald’s restaurant joined forces.

The expiry date of the old £10 notes is approaching - make sure you check your purse and piggy banks to see if you have any.

Essex’s Police, Fire and Crime Panel has approved an average £12 increase in council tax - which looks to provide 150 more frontline officers in the county.

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