Jools Holland, king of the boogie piano, is not only bringing his celebrated Rhythm & Blues Orchestra back to the Ipswich Regent this autumn but, for the first-time, is teaming up with 70s superstar Leo Sayer to make audiences "feel like dancing".
Pop superstar Peter Andre is returning to the Ipswich Regent this autumn playing three roles in the latest UK tour of Grease. Andre is part of the first new production of Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey's iconic musical in 25 years.
Comedy superstar John Bishop is heading to the Ipswich Regent this autumn. The Scouse comedian has added a further 29 dates to his run of live gigs across the UK to introduce audiences to his brand-new show.
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.
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.
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
Classic West End musical Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat has had a clutch of famous names in the lead role. We speak to the latest star to step into theatre's most famous coat, Union J's Jaymi Hensley
Lenny Henry has been making the nation laugh in various guises since the mid-1970s and now he will be offering audiences a chance to peek behind the comic curtain when he brings his new autobiographical show Who Am I, Again?: An Evening with Lenny Henry to the Ipswich Regent in November.
The Easter holidays are just around the corner and, as the weather is never entirely predictable, Suffolk's theatres have got a wide array of shows lined up to inspire the imaginations of young and old alike.
And the people of Ipswich shall go to the ball... the Ipswich Regent have announced that this year's panto will be Cinderella, a charming affair, which will do its best to finish before midnight so its audience won't turn into pumpkins.