October 25 2014 Latest news:
Dark lord of the Sith Darth Vader, aka David Prowse, is coming to Bury St Edmunds’ Time and Space Sci-fi exhibition. The Star Wars icon talks to entertainment writer Wayne Savage
Final preparations are under way today as members of the 11th Ipswich Scout Group prepare to welcome thousands of people to Christchurch Park for this year’s fireworks extravaganza.
A dancer is looking to get back in touch with long-lost friends who sheknew from the 1950s.
A three-year-old severely disabled boy has met his superstar idol Ed Sheeran.
SPILL Festival of Performance returns to Ipswich later this month. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage sat down with festival director and curator Robert Pacitti
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.
Follow him on twitter @Elliot_Furniss or read his column every week in Saturday’s EADT magazine.
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.
Follow him on twitter @ArtyClarkey or read his column each Friday.
MP Tom Watson wants 6 Music to grow. However, Arts Editor Andrew Clarke says fans are concerned it will go too mainstream
On a wet and dreary day it is hard to think of ways to entertain the family without breaking into the ‘rainy day’ fund.
Billed as a dazzling selection of music and songs from the greatest shows of stage and screen, this didn’t disappoint.
Friday night saw Dave Gorman bring his latest show to the Corn Exchange Ipswich; complete, of course, with an infamous Powerpoint presentation.
Steve Hackett left Genesis in 1977 and the band continued making music together until 1997, but it’s notable how much influence he had had in the early years.
Don’t touch that - it must be one of the most over-used phrases in a parent’s vocabulary.