7 things to do in Suffolk and north Essex this weekend
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Your weekend inspiration is here - these events are all taking place on March 3 or 4.
The Room, Melton, Woodbridge
Learn something new this weekend.
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Head down to The Room in Melton and learn how to make your own clay masterpiece.
The course is great for both beginners and those with more experience.
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The Story of Bart
The Spa Pavilion, Felixstowe
Enjoy this fast moving musical with your family this weekend.
The musical tells the tale of Lionel Bart a song writing genius who went bankrupt.
It is packed with Lionel Bart’s most unforgettable hits as well as one or two songs you haven’t heard before.
John Peel Centre, Stowmarket
Spend this weekend at a beer festival with friends.
The festival will offer 35 unique beers and ciders including 24 cask ales, six craft beers and five ciders.
Local beers set to feature include some brewed in Ipswich, Sudbury, Trimley near Felixstowe, Stowmarket, Thorndon, Southwold, Eye and Bungay.
Comedy Club for Kids
Civic Theatre, Chelmsford
A day dedicated to making your little one laugh.
This event is perfect for any child over the age of six.
It is a family friendly show with stand-ups and sketch acts.
Kentwell Hall’s Gardens and Grounds Spring Awakening
Kentwell Hall, Sudbury
March 3 and 4
Enjoy a stroll through the beautiful grounds of Kentwell Hall this weekend.
There are so many areas to explore from The Sunken Garden, The Yew Castle, Wildlife Pond and the Ice House.
One area that is not to be missed is the Cedar Lawn with its Sculptured Tree on the theme of the ‘Tower of Babel’ and is one of the largest single wood carvings in the UK today. To read more about the venue visit the website.
Kingfisher Sinfonietta Concert
Framlingham College Theatre
The Kingfisher orchestra returns to Framlingham.
You can expect to hear Beethoven Romance no.1, Schubert Symphony no.6 in C “Little” and lots more.
It will be held at Framlingham College Theatre and tickets can be bought on the door.
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Essex Book Festival
Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, Colchester
The Essex book festival runs from March 1 to March 4.
Across the few days there will be talks, events and activities for all ages.
On Sunday there will be a radio masterclass held by Radio 4’s Robin Brooks as well as lots more.