September 22 2014 Latest news:
The owner of a new art gallery in a Suffolk village once famous for its antiques trade believes it is on course to rekindle its reputation as a centre for the arts.
Work has begun on the construction of a new Anglo-Saxon house at a west Suffolk heritage site.
Do you know your tuba from your French horn? If not, never fear as there’s a new brass band looking for wannabe players.
X Factor runner-up Marcus Collins laughs when I ask him if it’s true he and Ipswich-born professional dancer Robin Windsor are heading down the aisle.
Former Regent manager David Lowe received a 90th birthday treat yesterday when he received a personal tour of the newly refurbished Ipswich theatre.
There has been a rich harvest of taut thrillers in 2014, including the independent American features Blue Ruin and Cold In July and gritty British films Locke and Starred Up.
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Allocated seats? No thanks say Cineworld customers.
Elliot Furniss takes a look at the weird and wonderful world of TV & film.
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This week the Radio Times published its list of the 30 most powerful women in British television and there were some talented yet rather familiar faces to be found.
Andrew Clarke’s cultural commentary.
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Arts Editor Andrew Clarke looks at this year’s Spill Festival and says it’s good to be shocked or surprised
“I guess this is as close as I’ll get on this tour to a home-town gig.”
Sometimes, trying to avoid your fate is the very thing that leads you to it.
‘Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be’ and ‘You can’t go back’ are the two maxims which run through this brand new show from the New Wolsey creative team of Peter Rowe and Ben Goddard.
It was 20 years ago that Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley thundered into our living rooms with his seven-minute introduction to Riverdance, performed during the interval of the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin.
There’s nothing quite like messing about in boats. Jerome K Jerome’s classic comic novel Three Men In A Boat is not only one of the great pieces of Edwardian literature it’s a wonderful celebration of those long summer days spent sculling about on the water.