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The Multi-Story Orchestra returns to Ipswich this June, turning the Blackfriars NCP car park into a classical music concert hall with two contrasting performances.

A new dedicated Horse and Country Ring is set to introduce Suffolk Show goers to its equine stars.

Looking to dance the bank holiday weekend away? Here are some musical treats across Suffolk and Essex.

Our weekly days out guide brings you suggestions of what to do to entertain your children or grandchildren throughout the bank holiday weekend.

Looking for something to watch across Suffolk and Essex? Here are some ideas.

Cuddle chicks, try welly wanging and compete in a lawnmower race at Suffolk Show 2017

Looking for something to do across Suffolk and Essex? Here are some days out ideas.

More East Anglian growers and producers than ever are set to showcase tempting local produce at the Suffolk Show this year.

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

A couple of years ago, Our Man in Havana was voted one of the top 20 espionage novels of all time. It was penned in the late 1950s at the height of The Cold War and elements of the plot form an eiry premonition of the events which led up to the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Zoe Ball, a bad dancer? Terrible at first reveals Strictly It Takes Two star Ian Waite, visiting the region with Natalie Lowe.

CrossFit-ISC in Ipswich will be inviting visitors of Suffolk Show 2017 to come and try out the popular sport.

Stonham Aspal photographer Gillian Allard launches her bid to become Sky Arts Master of Photography 2017 tonight - snapping up €150,000 in the process.

From cosy cushions, to stylish rugs and tiles - there will be something to suit everyone’s style within the Lifestyle Pavilion at Suffolk Show 2017

Two identical twin sisters from Stowmarket with identical passions for both painting and Britain’s Got Talent have told of their “surreal” experience during the auditions.

It was well worth the 45-year wait. At last, I have heard my favourite rock song of all time performed - brilliantly - by Paul Rodgers.

After her success at last year’s Suffolk Show, local jewellery designer Emily Mortimer will be returning to exhibit at Suffolk Show 2017.

Suffolk scarf designer Bella Singleton will be showcasing her latest collection, plus a few limited edition products, at Suffolk Show 2017.

A village drama group have announced plans to once again perform open-air Shakespeare in the grounds of a historic property in Lavenham.

Empire Cinema in Ipswich has unveiled the world’s first full-seater D-Box screen – a film experience where the moviegoer’s reclining seat reacts to the action on screen.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony Award-winning musical Sunset Boulevard is coming to the Ipswich Regent for a week-long run next year.

Major Jamie Milnes shares what is planned for the Suffolk Show 2017 Military Village.

Sir Roger Moore, the longest serving James Bond, from 1973 to 1984, has died of cancer, aged 89, his family has announced..

Sir Roger Moore, the longest serving James Bond, from 1973 to 1984, has died of cancer, aged 89, his family has announced..

East Anglian portrait artist Ania Hobson has received a fantastic career boost by being selected to exhibit as part of the BP Portrait Awards at the National Portrait Gallery. Arts editor Andrew Clarke caught up with her as she moves into her new studio.

Bank holiday weekend sees the return of a music festival to Woodbridge – with more than 50 acts performing at four venues.

After two-and-a-half inches of rainfall during set-up week, the skies cleared for a sunny 178th Hadleigh Show – enjoyed by a record number of visitors.

Best-seller Anthony Horowitz was “warned off” including a black character in his new book after being told by an editor it would be “inappropriate”.

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