November 1 2014 Latest news:
Organisers of a fireworks evening in east Suffolk say they will be providing a “memorable display complete with some unique effects”.
Suffolk’s artistic pumpkin carvers have upped the stakes today with this latest collection of intricately-carved designs.
Organisers of a festive Suffolk celebration say excitement is already building after confirming the return of firm favourites from last year’s event alongside a number of entertaining new additions.
An art exhibition is set to make a difference to Suffolk’s older people in more ways than one this winter.
Leading Ipswich bands Polar Collective and Underline The Sky are joining forces for some Halloween high-jink.
Based on the bestselling novel by James Dashner, The Maze Runner is a testosterone-fuelled survival thriller cast from the same robust mould as The Hunger Games and Divergent.
Entertainment writer, blogger and film reviewer for the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star. Follow me on Twitter @WhatsonWayne
Unfortunately, one in three of us will have cancer Lynda Bellingham told me in 2011 as we chatted about her visit to the Ipswich Regent with Calendar Girls. How sadly prophetic she was.
Elliot Furniss takes a look at the weird and wonderful world of TV & film.
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Over the years he’s had some small parts in hugely successful TV shows and films, from The Office to Pirates of the Caribbean films.
Andrew Clarke’s cultural commentary.
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A new report suggests we are all too dazed by modern movies to protect our children. Arts editor Andrew Clarke disagrees
On a wet and dreary day it is hard to think of ways to entertain the family without breaking into the ‘rainy day’ fund.
It’s 1962 and The Beatles have failed to impress Decca Records, but they’re not the only wannabe pop stars struggling.
Questions must be raised when the warm-up comedian gets more laughs than the headliner.
This is pretty daring stuff, even by the adventurous standards of Gallery Players, because the play depends absolutely on the ability of eight teenagers not just to act, but to bandy Bennett’s brilliant lines with an almost nonchalant ease. And this lot do just that.
Billed as a dazzling selection of music and songs from the greatest shows of stage and screen, this didn’t disappoint.