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Comedian Dylan Moran’s new tour visits Southend, Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich

Comedian, actor and writer Dylan Moran's latest tour visits Southend, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich. Picture: ANDY HOLLINGWORTH ARCHIVE

Comedian, actor and writer Dylan Moran's latest tour visits Southend, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich. Picture: ANDY HOLLINGWORTH ARCHIVE

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Black Books star Dylan Moran brings his latest tour to the region later this year.

Dr Cosmos visits Southend’s Palace Theatre November 1, the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, November 17 and Ipswich Corn Exchange November 29.

Expect his unique take on love, politics, misery and the everyday absurdities of life, all served with poetical panache from a comedian, actor and writer known for his deadpan, witty and crackpot lyricism.

Dylan, the youngest ever winner of the Perrier Award, has taken his comedy tours around the world.

His screen roles include Notting Hill, Calvary, Shaun of the Dead and Run Fatboy Run.

Tickets go on general sale March 15.

Aspiring actors auditioned in the hope of landing the role of a lifetime alongside Stevi Ritchie and Atomic Kitten’s Natasha Hamilton in this year’s pantomime at the Ipswich Regent.

Could you be the next Snow White?

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Are you the fairest of them all? Auditions for a truly glittering role are taking place on Monday – and producers are looking for a local girl to play the part.

Contemporary dance choreographer James Wilton is renowned for his athletic dance works now DanceEast is staging the premiere of his latest performance The Storm. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to him about mixing spectacle with food for thought

Awful Auntie by David Walliams has been a huge hit in book form with young children since its release in 2014.

As an EastEnders superfan, seriously I haven’t missed an episode since I was eight years old and I’m now 23, when I heard Sid Owen had been cast as Hook I was more excited than Phil Mitchell in a brewery.

The musical Once has proved itself to be a contemporary classic that tells an aspirational story full of tears and laughter. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to director Peter Rowe and the cast as the play opens the New Wolsey’s autumn season

Stately homes, castles, ruins, windmills, gardens and historic boats are all welcoming visitors free of charge for this year’s Heritage Open Days.

The Barton Players are busy rehearsing for their comedy which is being staged next month in the village.

It’s a heart-warming and at times heart-rending performance by this wonderful cast admiringly led by the indomitable Roy Hudd.

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