One Man, Two Guvnors was a huge hit when it was premiered at the National Theatre nearly ten years ago. Now the New Wolsey Theatre is putting a new spin on the modern farce

Next year sees the 80th anniversary of the introduction of rationing during the Second World War. Eastern Angles are touring with their new double-bill Food Wars looking at the ingenuity and resilience of a war-torn population

Common Ground theatre company have over the last ten years developed a strong community following throughout Suffolk and north Essex. Their plays mix farcical comedy with some thought-provoking sub-text.

Theatre has always found ways to keep itself fresh and exciting. Now Paper Lantern theatre company is pioneering filmic theatre mixing traditional stagecraft with audio and dynamic visuals

And the Strictly stars keep on coming. After last week's announcement that Karen Hauer and Gorka Marquez along with Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara would be performing at the Ipswich Regent next year, now comes the news that Strictly champions Kevin and Joanne Clifton will be displaying some sibling rivalry in the sensational dance show Burn The Floor.

Ever wondered what it takes to be a world-class dancer? Now's your opportunity to find out because Suffolk-based Royal Ballet Principal Character Artist and Ballet Master Gary Avis MBE will be sharing the secrets of his success with author, broadcaster and former Anglia TV star Christine Webber at special 'in conversation' event at DanceEast.

Andrew Davies has had a long career turning classic literature into dynamic television. Now, with his new series Sanditon, he is getting the opportunity to finish a story by Jane Austen

Review: One Man, Two Guvnors, by Richard Bean, New Wolsey Theatre, until September 28

Iconic British designer Vivienne Westwood loves to work in silk and is often inspired by designs from the past. A new exhibition in Sudbury puts Westwood's designs in a suitably historic setting

Strictly Come Dancing favourites Janette Manrara and Aljaž Škorjanec are looking to bring some red carpet glitz and glamour to the stage next spring when they bring their latest show Remembering The Oscars to the Ipswich Regent.

Strictly Come Dancing is back on the telly. As a result there's plenty of glitter and sparkle in the air and now the Ipswich Regent is ready to welcome some onscreen favourites.

A new arts festival looks set to make Ipswich Waterfront the community hub of the town.

Classic children's author Michael Morpurgo has a knack of writing books that not only tell thrilling stories have have the ability to trigger an emotional connection with the reader. We caught up with him prior to his visit to The Apex on September 26

HighTide has become stand-out event in the theatre calendar over the past 12 years. Now that founder Steven Atkinson is about to head off to pastures new, he talks about what has made this Suffolk festival so influential

Scilla Dyke was a dance pioneer founding Suffolk Dance and paving the way for DanceEast. Now a new film will be screened at the DanceHouse Open Day celebrating her work

West End musical star and cult film actor Adam Garcia has been announced as the leading man in this year's panto at the Ipswich Regent

The DanceHouse is ten years old. DanceEast are marking the anniversary with a family event mixing hands-on activities with bite-sized performances. We take a look at what is in store

Leading Ipswich music organisation celebrates its diamond jubilee with founder and artistic director Professor Chris Green at Snape Maltings Concert Hall

New Wolsey's best-selling musical Once is being revived for a UK tour next year and the hit show will be back in Ipswich before hitting the road.

Review: Edith: In The Beginning, by Karen Forbes, Stuff of Dreams theatre company, Sutton Hoo, August 23-36

Snape Maltings are inviting the culturally curious to sample some groundbreaking new work in their Festival of New. We take a sneak peek at this weekend's musical wonders

Felixstowe's annual open-air art festival, Art on the Prom, returns this year with a carnival atmosphere and a timely message about the environmental dangers of single use plastic

Walk With A Fork is a brilliant idea that not only feeds the body but feeds the soul and helps others at the sametime. We take a look at this year's event at Helmingham Hall

Review: Pride & Prejudice, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds until September 7

The home of DanceEast celebrates its tenth anniversary this year and revisits its construction with a dazzling art exhibition chronicling the building process. We take a look at the show

Colchester is launching a new three week festival which seeks to shine a spotlight on the arts throughout the town. We take a look at this year's diverse programme which has folklore as its theme

Review: Ian Bostridge & Julius Drake, Snape Proms, Snape Maltings Concert Hall, August 20

Snape Maltings, in its many guises over the past 20 years, has played an important role in the rehabilitation of those held in Suffolk's prisons. This weekend, as part of Snape Proms, they are holding a showcase of their work

The autumn is one of the busiest and most important times of year for cinema releases with studios looking for awards-season hits as well as family-friendly blockbusters. Here's what's in store for the rest of the year

The Maui Waui Festival is one of Suffolk's most diverse and intriguing weekend events. Mixing circus with a wide variety of music, it offers something for everyone: including families. We take a look at this year's line-up

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