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A band from north Essex will be headlining at stage at one of Britain’s biggest music festivals this weekend.
There is just over one week left of the summer holidays but there is plenty still to do before the schools open their doors for a new term.
Eager pig spotters were treated to a walk with a difference in Ipswich as a special guest joined the Pigs Gone Wild fun.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe draws to a close this weekend after a three-week run of comedy, arts and entertainment.
Star of stage and screen Nigel Havers thas spoken of his love for Suffolk as he prepared for his latest show at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds
An exhibition by Suffolk artist Maggi Hambling goes on show at the British Museum next month, focussing on her drawings, including several exclusive works.
Ipswich youngsters enjoyed a packed day of authentic medieval archery in Christchurch Park yesterday.
FolkEast returns for a fifth year. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage looks at what’s in store for visitors while festival co-founder Becky Marshall-Potter gives her top picks.
A Suffolk film-maker has been “overwhelmed” by the response to his latest project after being inundated with offers of support.
They seek him here, they seek him there; but if you want to find The Scarlet Pimpernel he’s coming to Hedingham Castle.
Independent businesses in Ipswich are backing the new Saints Beer festival that launches tomorrow, which is helping boost trade for small firms.
Ipswich contemporary art gallery The Freudian Sheep may be closing its doors, but it will live on; just in different clothing say co-owners Ian Moss and Eleanor May.
Organisers of a seaside carnival say the weekend’s warm up events for today’s grand finale have proved particularly popular with the crowds.
DanTDM, Ipswich Regent, Saturday
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of Red Rose Chain’s Theatre in the Forest? Entertainment writer Wayne Savage decided to find out.
Expect guest appearances from Spiderman, Velma from Scooby Doo and maybe a few dinosaurs, particularly a velociraptor named Vince when Joe Pasquale’s new tour One Man And His Bog comes to town.
The Suffolk Coast is best known for its miles of glorious beaches, quaint countryside villages, and coastal heathland, but that’s not to say we don’t have our fair share of fabulous shopping areas too.
The River Waveney Sculpture Trail is open. We take a wander down the riverbank to see what’s in store.
Families are invited to relive 2,000 years in just two days at Stowmarket’s Museum of East Anglian Life this weekend.
There was no place I would rather have been tonight, writes Natalie Sadler.
The FolkEast finale promises to be a memorable one with an exclusive main stage UK festival appearance by Irish supergroup Usher’s Island, which
unites two ground-breaking generations of Irish musicians.
This weekend sees a popular carnival return to a Suffolk coastal resort.
Looking for some ideas to fill up your weekend or free time next week? Take a look at our quick guide about what is going on in Suffolk and Essex.
Top TV star Richard Wilson has been forced to pull out of the Frinton Summer Theatre’s Gala Night tomorrow after suffering a heart attack.
History will be brought to life at Stowmarket’s Museum of East Anglian Life this weekend.
Music fans are in for a bank holiday bonanza in one Suffolk town.
Hundreds of families are preparing to take to the streets of Ipswich on Sunday for the annual Sky Ride spectacular.
Organisers of the sixth 1 Big Multicultural Festival in Ipswich are searching for a Suffolk act to join the line-up for this year’s extravaganza.
Bury St Edmunds