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Manfred Mann frontman Paul Jones talks about why he was happy to hang up his Radio 2 Blues Show mic, why he turned down the Rolling Stones and touring again.

Review: Much Ado About Nothing, Red Rose Chain, Theatre in the Forest, Jimmy’s Farm, to August 26

Earning standing ovations across the country, Bobby Ball’s The Dressing Room stops by Felixstowe’s Spa Pavilion this Friday.

TV impressionist Alistair McGowan brings his new show, mixing his two loves of comedy and classical piano music, to Holt this August. He talks about it, his career and ex-England manager Graham Taylor?

Harry Potter star Oliver Phelps has swapped his wand for a warrant card, making his stage debut as a policeman caught up in a murder mystery.

Critically acclaimed director, actor and musical maverick Ben Drew – aka Plan B – is back. Wayne Savage spoke to the BRIT Award winner ahead of his Newmarket Nights gig tomorrow.

Death defying stunts, breath-taking tricks, cars from some of your favourite films - Festival of Wheels roars into Ipswich for the first time next weekend.

I’m not a fan of Les Mis, it’s a bit of a downer. Or sung through musicals. Or musicals in general. So why watch this a second time? Because CTC are just so good.

Can you believe it’s been 35 years since Paul Young released his debut album No Parlez? The 80s icon chats about the album and his career ahead of his latest tour.

Five years after last staging Les Misérables, the Children’s Theatre Company Ipswich return with the French-set drama, this time at the Corn Exchange.

Britain’s Got Talent finalists Jack and Tim Goodacre have joined the Sunday line-up of Jimmy’s Festival.

Live music returns to Audley End House and Gardens this weekend with a series of concerts. Performers include Britain’s Got Talent winner and piano sensation Tokio Myers and Croatian cellists 2Cellos, aka Stjepan Hauser and Luka Sulic.

It looks like 2018’s going to be another great year for Suffolk singer-songwriter Bessie Turner, who’s released debut EP 22:22.

James Acaster is one of several standout stand-ups appearing at this year’s Latitude Festival, returning to Henham Park, July 12-15.

Recently adding the title of one of the hottest festivals of 2018 to its list of accolades, the first and some say finest festival to celebrate Americana music returns to Easton Farm Park this week.

The Orchard Players are back at Capel St Mary Community Centre from tonight, taking on one of their biggest shows so far - Oliver.

Considered the world’s greatest living explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes explains why he’s not ready to pack it in just yet and why, when it comes to cleaning out the gutters at home, it’s his wife who rises to the occassion.

Aviation author Bruce Henderson grew up believing in heroes. For him, they were always pilots, none more so than his uncle Robert Silva whose suitcase is the most intriguing and perhaps most tragic exhibit at Boxted Airfield Musuem. He sharese his part in completing Robert’s final mission decades after his death.

Music by the Sea - well almost by the sea - returns to Aldeburgh today.

I’d wager more than a few people considered joining the circus after a barnstorming first night and that’s no humbug.

The greatest show comes to Ipswich next week in the shape of Barnum - the Co-op Juniors Theatre Company’s most ambitious summer musical yet.

The Crufts for trucks rolls into Ipswich just in time for Father’s Day, with literally tonnes of fun for the whole family.

Travis play their classic album The Man Who in full at the Ipswich Regent next Thursday and Cambridge Corn Exchange December 13. Bassist Dougie Payne recalls the “brutal mugging” the band got on its release.

When the creator of smash 1970s sit-com Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em comes to see you bring it to life on the stage 13 times, you know you’re doing something right says Joe Pasquale.

Makeover maestro Gok Wan is on a mission to instill a sense of body confidence in women up and down the country via a series of fashion and style masterclasses.

Fans of Strictly Come Dancing favourite Giovanni Pernice have given his new show a 10. You can judge for yourself when it visits Felixstowe’s Spa Pavilion on June 20.

Latitude organisers have added more big names to this year’s line-up, from Oscar winning filmmaker Asif Kapadia to queen of teen literature Juno Dawson.

Paloma Faith is back and turning her eye on the world around her. The new mum spoke about taking time off to have her first child and why her latest album is about fighting for a better future.

Bobby Robson - More Than A Manager gets a special stadium screening at Portman Road, home of Ipswich Town Football Club, tonight. We chat to one of the film’s directors, Torquil Jones.

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