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Comedian and panel-show regular Ó Briain is among the latest acts to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.

The regional premiere of an Ealing Comedy classic and the revival of a much-loved New Wolsey musical form the cornerstone of the Ipswich theatre’s autumn season – along with a brand new rock’n’roll pantomime.

An amateur dramatic group in Kesgrave has paid tribute to one of its longest serving members ahead of its new show – the first in 49 years not to have included his input.

It was the little village that, for one hot bank holiday weekend, hosted The Greatest Rock Event of The Year: the ‘Great British Woodstock’

Bristol musician Rozi Plain, who has toured with the likes of Devendra Banhart and KT Tunstall, will perform a charity gig in Suffolk on Sunday, April 2.

A Suffolk playwright has teamed up with an author from north of the county border to adapt a locally-published book for TV.

Children’s TV presenter Naomi Wilkinson, who brings her Wild and Scary tour to Colchester, Ipswich and Kings Lynn next month, has revealed she sought advice from Stephen Mulhern and comedy duo Dick and Dom before breaking into TV.

A former Northgate Grammar School pupil who has become an experienced choir and orchestra conductor will be returning to Ipswich for a homecoming performance.

Great British Pottery Throwdown winner Ryan Barrett is among the artists to have donated artwork to a charity auction being held on the Waterfront, in Ipswich.

East Anglia is home to a wide variety of theatres and playhouses, and performers from across the region, the UK and indeed the world, have graced their stages.

Red Red Chain presents a definitely not to be missed, original and fabulously funny production of the Wilde comedy classic.

Do you fancy dancing with the devil at midnight under a clear moonlit sky? If the answer is ‘no’ then you may be missing out on a fabulously entertaining night at the theatre.

Are you stuck for what to do to celebrate Mother’s Day this weekend?

If your mum enjoys a good musical or you are arranging a first theatre date with a new girlfriend, you might want to think hard about booking this show. It’s a multi-Tony Award-winner, sharp and funny but for Pete’s sake don’t mention the title until your guest is strapped firmly in their seat.

Southwold artist Karen SJ Keable is someone who has a life-long love affair with the sea. Her latest exhibition I Dream of the Sea is her first in more than two years and marks her 15th anniversary as a professional artist.

The winner of the Great Pottery Throw Down says he has no intentions of becoming “super famous” – and just wants to carry on enjoying ceramics.

This year’s Suffolk Show will be rolling out the pink carpet once again for its fashionista hotspot, Fifth Avenue.

Eastern Angles know a thing or two about folk tales – particularly Eastern Anglian folk tales – but this year’s spring tour offers us something a little more exotic – not only a trip to the Scottish borders but to a place where time plays strange games with your senses.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance helped save Sandy Sutherland’s life. He’s repaying the favour by staging his annual fundraiser one last time so it can do the same for others.

An innovative trail in Suffolk and Essex focusing on the art of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough is set to launch this spring.

Ipswich High School for Girls will be featured on tonight’s episode of the Quest TV show Salvage Hunters.

A Scottish band famous for songs such as I Don’t Want a Lover is coming to Ipswich later this year.

A new TV documentary about a teenage double murderer from Ipswich is due to be screened on Sunday.

Collages created by a group of Women’s Institute members using images and text from 1970s magazines are on display in Ipswich.

Audience members will be thrown back to the 17th Century this weekend as performers take to the stage to give their rendition of a world-famous piece of music.

Is there anything you didn’t know in Charlie Haylock’s new book – In a Manner of Speaking, from Amberley Publishing?

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis and friends get hot flushes at the Dirty Dancing tour at the Ipswich Regent.

A reality TV series which has travelled across the Atlantic is coming to Suffolk as part of a nationwide tour.

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