To celebrate the release of Dunkirk in cinemas, Warner Bros Pictures, the East Anglian Daily Times and the Ipswich Star offer you the chance to win one of two prize packs which include a key belt, T-shirt and silver pocket watch.
The King of the Jungle, multiple Guinness World Record holder, chef and regular ITV2 panellist brought his new stage show to town. Audience members expecting a conventional evening of cookery demonstrations were in for quite a surprise.
A cabaret and burlesque show with international award-winning performers and live jazz band heads to Suffolk. Ellen Widdup speaks to its director to find out how showgirls have gone from seedy to sensational and are making an artistic – and feminist – statement.
Beatlemania lives on and the tribute band that grew out of the show of the same name continues to delight audiences around the world with their accurate portrayal of The Fab Four - including fans in Ipswich soon.
What do you do if you’re in one of the world’s greatest rock bands and have time on your hands because the band in question is not recording and touring? Well, if you’re Mike Rutherford of Genesis you form another band.
Rudyard Kipling’s book was given the Oddsocks Treatment and it was fantastic to see what they could do with some instruments, small jungle set and five people; transporting the audience into the heat of the Indian jungle for fun and laughter.