7 things to do in Suffolk and north Essex this weekend

Treat yourself to something at Lavenham Farmers Market. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Treat yourself to something at Lavenham Farmers Market. Picture: GREGG BROWN - Credit: Gregg Brown

Your weekend inspiration is here.

Crazy For You starring Claire Sweeney, Tom Chambers and Charlotte Wakefield. Picture: WATERMILL THEA

Crazy For You starring Claire Sweeney, Tom Chambers and Charlotte Wakefield. Picture: WATERMILL THEATRE - Credit: Archant

Crazy For You

The Ipswich Regent

February 24

Get ready for a high energy, high kicking and gloriously glamorous show.


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This is the ultimate feel-good musical starring Tom Chambers, Claire Sweeney and Charlotte Wakefield.

There will be two shows on Saturday - one at 2.30pm and one at 7.30pm.

To book tickets and to watch a trailer visit the website.

See what you can find at the craft fair. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

See what you can find at the craft fair. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

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Craft and Gift Fair

St Peter’s Church, Sudbury

February 24

Make sure you attend the first craft fair of 2018 in Sudbury.

There will be over 30 stalls with lots of gift ideas that you won’t find on the highstreet.

You will also be able to enjoy a magician, listen to talks on the history of the high street and have a bite to eat in the cafe.

To find out more visit the website.

Enjoy The Best of Wham! Picture: SWEENEY ENTERTAINMENT

Enjoy The Best of Wham! Picture: SWEENEY ENTERTAINMENT - Credit: Archant

The Best of Wham!

Marina Theatre

February 24

If you are a Wham! fan you won’t want to miss this event.

Spend the evening singing and dancing to the best Wham! classics.

Enjoy the great vocals, choreography, costumes and live band.

To book tickets and to find out more visit the website.

Colchester Arts Centre. Picture: SU ANDERSON

Colchester Arts Centre. Picture: SU ANDERSON - Credit: Archant

Viva La Camp

Colchester Arts Centre

February 24

A night of dance, music, comedy, burlesque acts and drag artists.

Gather your friends and head to the Colchester Art Centre for an evening of fun.

You can buy tickets in advance or on the door however they are cheaper on the door.

To find out more information and to book tickets visit the website.

Keep your children entertained by taking them to see something at the New Wolsey Theatre. Picture: C

Keep your children entertained by taking them to see something at the New Wolsey Theatre. Picture: CARL LAMB - Credit: Archant

Storymaker - Little Story

New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

February 24

One for the little ones to enjoy.

If you have a three or four year old that loves silly stories and tremendous tales then you have got to come and meet the Storymaker.

Mums, Dads, Grans, Grandads and siblings can all take part too.

To read more about the event visit the website.

Civic Theatre in Chelmsford. Picture: JAMES FLETCHER

Civic Theatre in Chelmsford. Picture: JAMES FLETCHER

Wilkie Collins’ The Ghost’s Touch

Civic Theatre, Chelmsford

February 24

A haunting play based on the chilling tale by the author of The Woman In White.

Staring Mark Homer, from Eastenders, as Stephen Rayburnard and Terri Dwyer, from Law and Order, as the mysterious Mrs Zant.

Tickets cost £17 and can be booked online here.

Lavenham Farmers Market

suffolkglossy - jayne lindill - photograph Tudor Morgan-Owen 25/09/11
Lavenham Farmers Market hel

suffolkglossy - jayne lindill - photograph Tudor Morgan-Owen 25/09/11 Lavenham Farmers Market held at the Village Hall

Lavenham Village Hall

February 25

Head down to the market this weekend and check out over thirty producers.

Everything sold at the market comes from within a thirty mile radius with many of the traders living in Lavenham.

You can expect fresh fruit and vegetables, locally baked fresh bread, Suffolk beef, pork, lamb, venison, home baked cakes, pies and lots more.

For the full details visit the website.

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