What to do in Suffolk and beyond this weekend
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From children’s activities and Mother’s Day treats to world music and board games there’s plenty to do this weekend. For more ideas, check out our packed Event guide every Friday and our entertainment writer @WhatsonWayne on Twitter.
A pair of hapless newly-weds are given a flat pack first home as a wedding gift, the instructions get muddled and they proceed to attempt to build it with hilarious results in Oh! Production’s new show for ages three and up. Can they raise the roof or will they bring the house down?
Inspired by Buster Keaton, the family show is told in silent movie style with live music. It’s on at Ipswich’s New Wolsey Studio tomorrow at 11am and 2pm.
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Lackford Lakes, in Suffolk, hosts art activities for five-10 year olds of all abilities tomorrow.
Get inspired by the natural world from 10am-noon. Remember to bring an old shirt or apron. Book via the Suffolk Wildlife Trust website here.
Mother’s Day treat
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- 2 Matchday Recap: Aluko brace not enough as Blues draw at Cambridge
- 3 'I'll never shut up shop' - Cook on 2-2 draw at Cambridge United
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- 5 Covid vaccine boosters now available at walk in sessions
- 6 Ratings: How the Ipswich Town players performed in their 2-2 Cambridge draw
- 7 Cambridge United 2-2 Ipswich Town: Blues let their lead slip again in draw
- 8 New fishmonger shop opens in Suffolk market town
- 9 Have you had the 'worst cold ever' that is going round Suffolk?
- 10 2,000 patients visit A&E because they are feeling depressed
Wyevale Garden Centre, in Woodbridge, invites youngsters to plant a pot for mum that she can treasure or you can treat her to a tasty spring afternoon tea for two instead from 11am-1pm tomorrow.
There aren’t many dynasties in the world of jazz. The UK’s most famous are the Dankworths, two of whom play as members of World Spirit at Colchester Arts Centre Jazz Club from 7pm Sunday.
Formed out of bassist Alec Dankworth’s love of music from the Iberian peninsula, the son of Cleo Laine and John Dankworth has joined forces with daughter Emily on vocals, sax man Brandon Allen and percussionist Paul Clarvis to explore melodies from Africa, South America and other continents from a jazz perspective.
Board games afternoon
Halesworth Library hosts an event with a difference from 1.30pm-4pm on Monday. With even more games to choose from, you can play an old favourite or discover a new one.