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It’s been nearly 50 years since women workers at Ford’s Dagenham plant went on strike for equal rights, writes Wayne Savage, who met two of them as a new production of Made In Dagenham comes to the New Wolsey.

Suffolk’s finest talent had a date at the Ipswich Regent on Saturday night.

PJ Proby has a refreshingly forthright view about how his life has changed since the heady days of the 1960, when he was one of the biggest - and most notorious - names in pop music.

This palace was more ‘bling’ than Versailles. So why don’t we all know about it?

Exclusive: Gary Numan interviewed

Friday, September 23, 2016

Gary Numan, the Godfather of electronic music, plays at the LCR in Norwich tonight. Here he talks about the highs and lows of his life and career with our entertainment reporter Wayne Savage.

It’s back tonight – celebrities up to their eyeballs in spray tan and glitter as far as the eye can see.

Based on the highly successful British film, which charted the struggle women workers had for equal pay, this colourful musical tackles some thought-provoking subjects with a mixture of passion, insight and a justifiable sense of indignation.

Acclaimed musical Made in Dagenham opens at The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich today.

This weekend will see a jaw-dropping range of food and drink producers set out their stalls for one of Suffolk’s biggest events.

Ipswich’s Strictly Come Dancing star Robin Windsor has backed Louise Redknapp to be crowned this year’s Glitterball champion.

Mary Berry has announced she will not be moving with hit show the Great British Bake Off when it goes to Channel 4.

The Royal Philharmonic plays the work of John Williams at the Ipswich Regent on Wednesday evening

Shakin’ Stevens is heading to the Ipswich Regent next year.

Twenty five years ago, The Regent Theatre in Ipswich was reborn after being taken over by Ipswich Borough Council.

Love to dance? Then Enchanted Entertainment want to see you this weekend, writes Wayne Savage.

Presenting a programme of works by Dvorak, Elgar and William Walton demands a big size and scale of venue.

The mighty Thunder are heading to the Ipswich Regent next year.

Made in Dagenham is a new musical based on the popular film. It combines great music, laughter and drama but, as arts editor Andrew Clarke finds out, director Douglas Rintoul is anxious to root the show in the real world

More than a decade after wowing a packed Portman Road, pop legend Sir Elton John is returning to Ipswich next summer we can exclusively reveal.

The irrepressible Jilly Cooper is back in her beloved Newmarket today.

His novels have sold in their millions, received prestigious awards and Oscar-winning film adaptations.

Suffolk’s very own Oscar-winning director was yesterday reunited with the student filmmakers he deemed worthy of their own accolade.

With the sunshine still blazing and temperatures sticking in the high 20s, Guy Fawkes Night seems a long way off.

The Kesgrave Family Fun Day is set to return next year after the success of this summer’s inaugural event.

He is one of Britain’s most celebrated children’s authors – and today people across the country are celebrating the work and life of Roald Dahl.

Two of Suffolk’s upcoming food festivals feature among a listing of 15 of the best from around the county.

The Small Faces were, for four brief but shining years, one of Britain’s most creative, best loved bands. They, along with The Who, were the symbols of Mod culture in Britain. During their times together they had a string of catchy r’n’b-influenced hit singles before branching out into psychedelia in the late 60s and scored a number one hit album with their intriguingly packaged concept album Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake, which was designed to resemble a round tobacco tin.

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