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Weighing in at more than 60 dates between October and this June, The Sensational 60s Experience is just about the biggest show dedicated to the music of that decade. This time, the line-up is colossal, with six artists – three groups and three solo acts.

Lil’ol wine drinker me could be the soundtrack to life for many of us and certainly proved popular when sung with gusto by Dean “Dino” Martin as one of the opening songs.

Jimmy Osmond remembers playing football with Michael Jackson, making the Queen laugh and the important role Andy Williams played in his life.

John Bishop’s back with Winging It, his first national tour in three years. Selling out arenas across the UK, extra dates have been added, including several in Ipsswich and Southend. We found out more.

The tree may be taken down, the decorations stored away and the turkey gone, but all is not over till the Trianon Christmas concert gives us one last shimmer of festive tinsel – literally so, on Saturday night with musicians and instrument stands bedecked to celebrate the twelfth night in front of an almost packed hall.

John Mayall, the Godfather of British Blues, visits the Ipswich Regent next week. He spoke to Martin Hutchinson.

It’s official. old rockers never die – they continue to perform. And four legends of the rock and roll era are back and touring the UK.

Win The LEGO Ninjago Movie merchandise

Friday, October 13, 2017

To celebrate the release of The LEGO Ninjago Movie, Warner Bros Pictures and What’s on offer you the chance to win some goodies from the film.

Gerry Marsden talks about life on the road with the Sixties Gold Tour and why this one will be his last.

The musical that takes all the “poodle rock” songs from the 1980s and packages them up in one fun-filled evening of big hair and tight jeans.

Texas return to the Ipswich Regent tonight, but there was a time a few years ago when the band looked as if they may have reached the end of the road.

Essex baker James talks about his rhubarb addiction, his nememis bread and what it’s like in the Great British Bake Off tent.

Essex baker Peter was the first to leave The Great British Bake Off tent. We spoke to him about his experience on the Channel 4 show

The Jockey Club Live welcomes Jess Glynne back to Newmarket Racecourse August 26. She took time out from recording in LA and later preparing for her live shows to chat.

Comedian Joe Pasquale returns to the region over the next few weeks. He took time out from his latest tour, The Devil in Disguise, to chat.

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 ELO Experience - the UK’s top tribute band dedicated to the music of Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra – is coming to Ipswich and there is a celebration in store.

From an Anastacia show, one can expect several things - belting pop-rock anthems, some sincere interactions with the audience and a thoroughly good time.

An exuberant Sayer delighted his fans and followers in this sell-out concert.

Ant is one of the most under-appreciated pop icons this country has produced over the past 40 years or so.

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.

Talking nonsense with Milton Jones

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Comedy is Milton Jones’ escape from normality. He talks more about stage Milton and real-life Milton, plus his latest show.

From festivals and world record attempts to wildlife fun days and open gardens, what will you do this weekend?

On February 3, 1959, Buddy Holly’s brief but brilliant rock and roll career ended with his untimely death, now known as the day the music died.

Who was behind the mysterious Easter Egg trail? Why are there strange noises coming from beneath the hills? And what is the truth behind the tale of the Easter Bunny?

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.

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