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Suffolk Craft Society's summer show is an important fixture in the county's creative calendar. This year's exhibition is more dazzling than ever with an influx of new talent sharing a new perspective

Staging a play always has its challenges but building a full-sized Bedford van is something special. We take a look backstage at the Gallery Players' The Lady In The Van

Pop superstar Will Young is enjoying a new sense of freedom and that is reflected in his new album and forthcoming tour, which includes a date at the Regent Theatre, Ipswich.

Helmingham Hall hosts a classic car to raise money for EACH, the children's hopsice, this year it has added a vintage fashion event to the fun

A strong sense of community lies at the heart of the Ipswich Waterfront where a new family-friendly event which blends art, music and good food will take place this autumn.

Review: Ipswich Symphony Orchestra, Russian Music, Ipswich Corn Exchange, June 29

Relive the childhood classic by seeing Punch artist John Tenniel's stunning pictures at Moyse's Hall Museum.

The actor is a natural storyteller both on screen and on stage armed with a guitar. We take a look at his new album and intimate concert tour

Review: Blithe Spirit, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, July 3

Rolling Stones front man, Mick Jagger, has quietly pursued a second career as an actor on the big screen. We discover that his film career has rather been more hit and miss than his fame would suggest.

Peter Pan, by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, Ipswich Co-op Juniors, Big Top, Trinity Park until July 14

Ipswich Music Day is one of the great music events of the year. It's a huge celebration of local talent and has much to attract families and music fans of all ages. Here is this year's line-up.

With the school holidays fast approaching and with the British weather being notoriously unreliable when it comes to serving up bouts of sunshine, the cinema remains the go-to place for a reliable supply of summer entertainment.

Emeli Sandé MBE is heading to Suffolk later this year. Writer Rob McGibbon caught up with Emeli in London to talk about life on the road, as well as the album and her new single, Extraordinary Being, which is out on July 12

Open air theatre has become an increasingly popular part of family life during the summer. It's chance to encounter some imaginative performances while enjoying a picnic. We spoke to East Anglian-based actor Hayley Evenett about the joys of performing in the great outdoors.

Peter Pan has been a crowd-pleaser since it was first introduced on stage at the dawn of the 20th century. It has magic which enchants each new generation who see it. Now the Ipswich Co-op Juniors are taking the show to the big top

Strictly Come Dancing fans will be giddy with delight as finalist favourites Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell. are bringing their new show to the Ipswich Regent next year.

Being a member of the Freud family comes with a lot of baggage and a certain amount of expectation. How hard is it then to be yourself? Rachel Sloane talks to Esther and Annie Freud before their appearance this weekend's Felixstowe Book Festival

Film-maker Danny Boyle's latest film Yesterday is a collaboration with romantic comedy legend Richard Curtis and tells the story of a young musician who through a quirk of fate finds himself reintroducing the music of The Beatles to the world. We spoke to Danny about the film and the joys of shooting in Suffolk

Richard Curtis, the writer who gave the world Blackadder and Four Weddings and a Funeral, has just finished work on Yesterday which celebrates the allure of pop stardom, the music of The Beatles and the beauty of the Suffolk coast. We spoke to him about assembling this heady cocktail

The Addams Family have long been ghoulish cultural icons, Helen Clarke thoroughly enjoyed their return to the stage as part of the New Wolsey Theatre's open season

Over the final weekend of this year's Aldeburgh Festival two superb concerts saw a brilliant display of inspiring leadership and dynamic performance.

From Latitude, to the Ramsholt Inn and the Lowestoft to Norwich bus - they all feature in Richard Curtis' Suffolk-set rom-com, Yesterday, in which Ed Sheeran stars as the calm, ultra-chilled Ed Sheeran.

Outdoor cinema has really taken off during the last few summers and this year there are more screenings than ever. Here is our guide to the films showing in Suffolk and north Essex which will brighten those gorgeous summer evenings.

The events are joining forces on June 22 and 23 to create a Big Weekend in the town.

New theatre company Packing Shed, has just launched a new summer tour of East Anglia telling an updated story of Macbeth's three witches. We spoke to the people behind the tour.

In March 1828, by which time Schubert had made a significant reputation, though not much money, he organised a benefit concert consisting entirely of his music. The event was a great success and netted him a profit of 800 florins.

Americana music has never been so popular and Maverick Festival, has been at the forefront of this new music for the past 12 years. We take a look at the line-up of the 2019 festival which is held in the heart of the Suffolk countryside

Fame can be a fickle thing - even if you don't particularly want it - as writer James Rampton found out when he spoke to comedian Shappi Khorsandi about her 20 years in stand-up

Woodbridge has always been a riverside community and there's nothing the townsfolk like more than messing about in boats and enjoying good food and drink on the banks of the Deben - and indulging in the odd silly game or two.

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