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Suited and booted, Russell Kane’s energetic performance had the audience in stitches from start to finish in his recent tour ‘the fast and the curious’.
It’s half term and that means only one thing in theatre land - auditoriums packed with over-excited children for family-friendly shows.
The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie, Mercury Theatre, Colchester, until February 23
Former Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona will be in good company for Clacton’s Easter Pantomime as three more stars are added to the line-up.
Ian Ashpitel and Jonty Stephens live and breathe Morecambe and Wise and recreate their easy-going humour in a brand new show. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to the pair about what made Eric & Ern so great
Review: My Mother Said I Never Should, by Charlotte Keatley, London Classic Theatre Company, New Wolsey Theatre, until February 16
Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal is 200 years old this year. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the events in store to mark this major milestone
The Band – the new musical at The Regent Theatre in Ipswich until Saturday.
Set up almost 20 years ago, RoughCast is set to kick off another busy year with a tour of evergreen boot shop-set comedy Hobson’s Choice.
For those familiar with the work of writer and comedian Dave Gorman, his latest tour, With Great Powerpoint Comes Great Responsibilitypoint, features all the tickboxes for a night of raucous laughter.
Review: A Sort Of Revolution, by Martha Loader, Tusk Theatre Co, Ipswich Art School Gallery
From working with Andrew Lloyd Webber to the wards at Holby City hospital, since winning talent show Any Dream Will Do in 2007 Lee Mead has enjoyed a successful career on stage and screen.
The Wisdom Club, by Danusia Iwaszko, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds until Saturday February 9
We speak to the Suffolk writer of The Wisdom Club.
DanceEast hosts a new series of duets inspired by the Time’s Up campaign. Our arts editor spoke to choreographer James Cousins about the need to represent real-life on stage.
Three Liverpool FC legends will appear on stage in Bury St Edmunds later this year for an evening of stories and anecdotes about the Reds.
James Marston enjoyed the show at Cambridge Arts Theatre
I am a fan of Nish Kumar on Mock The Week, so I was looking forward to his ‘It’s In Your Nature To Destroy Yourselves’ stand-up show.
From classic books adapted into plays, to modern takes on fairy tales, there’s so many child friendly theatre shows on offer across Suffolk and north Essex this season.
New play delves into the stories behind some of our region’s most fascinating unexplained phenomena.
Actor Tim Marriott talks to Enjoy Sudbury More about life in the Brittas Empire and why he is on stage at Sudbury’s Quay Theatre.
East Anglia continues to thrive as one of the leading theatre centres outside London. And this season there are a raft of premieres coming our way.
The Mercury Theatre will be kick-starting their next season in a new pop-up performance theatre at Abbey Field, close to the Colchester barracks.
Strictly Come Dancing champion Kevin Clifton is enjoying himself as he learns to sing for the UK tour of West End musical Rock of Ages. Arts editor Andrew Clarke caught up with him in rehearsal
Sir Derek Jacobi is throwing his support behind a sponsored walk aimed at raising money for an historic Suffolk playhouse.
We catch up with the fairest one of all, Harriet Bacon, to hear how Snow White went and what she has in store for 2019.
There are opportunities for budding actors, and a few older ones too, at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds this year.
Football manager Harry Redknapp is heading to Ipswich in 2019, fresh from being crowned the winner of I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
A brand new production of classic children’s story The Gingerbread Man is coming to Bury St Edmunds next month.
Romantic, enchanting, passionate and charismatic, Russian ballet holds a special magic that continues to captivate.
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