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Spill Festival has become an important part of Suffolk’s cultural calendar. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to artistic director Robert Pacitti and was guided through a packed programme

A Kesgrave woman wants to spread the word about a Halloween project which keeps children with food allergies safe.

Business is no joke - but it can be a laughing matter. Just ask stand-up comedian Joe Grant.

From trouser malfunctions to falling over in front of hundreds, the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs cast disclose their most shameful showbiz moments.

Films with re-watch value, movies with a unique quality, will become the classics of the future. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

One of Coward’s first plays, there’s much to like and dislike. Director Sally Broatch and her cast wrestled the best out of a mishmash of a story brimming with too many ideas to create a thoroughly entertaining evening of wit and drama.

Are you looking for fun things to do at half term which won’t cost a fortune? Here are 20 free and cheap activities to enjoy around Norfolk, Suffolk and north Essex.

Elisabeth Frink was one of East Anglia’s leading artists, who died in 1993 at the young age of 62. The Sainsbury Centre in Norwich has put together an extensive retrospective of her work. Arts editor Andrew Clarke looks at the work on display.

The words of First World War soldiers will be brought to life at an Ipswich arts festival.

Do you struggle when it comes to carving pumpkins? Take a look at how an expert does it here.

Stunning works by Thomas Churchyard, one of Suffolk’s greatest artists, are currently on show at the East Anglian Traditional Art Centre, based in Wickham Market.

Have you seen new noir thriller Bad Times at the El Royale, starring Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm and Chris Hemsworth? Read our review below.

A lively, fun filled show from the creators of Shrek the Musical and based on a movie of the same name comes Madagascar The Musical.

A Suffolk artist’s celebration of a “band of brothers” and their selfless work saving lives at sea is set for its first public exhibition – after a year of “nonstop painting”.

From a play starring Olaf the Snowman to Scaresville, there are plenty of events to keep the kids occupied over half term week.

It was 60 years ago, on October 16 2018, that Blue Peter first arrived on our screens. People in East Anglia have been sharing their memories of the iconic children’s show.

Were you out for a night on the town at Yates in Ipswich on Saturday? Check out our latest nightlife gallery now and see if you feature.

To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, Red Rose Chain Youth Theatre have produced a brilliant new show. We are transported back into the past through fact, music, a bit of fiction and the universal of emotion of love.

A Suffolk village is set to become the stage “for a feast of art activity” as part of the world’s largest drawing festival.

More than 1,200 people went down to Ipswich Town Hall yesterday for the Preloved Kilo fair where shoppers pay by weight and are charged £15 per kilo.

Hundreds of people flocked to Ipswich Town’s Portman Road football ground today but rather than watching the Tractor Boys they were getting a taste for all things vegan instead.

Members of the public got to sample the best produce the county has to offer at the new artisan market in Ipswich today.

What surprised me most was how funny this was. I’d expected something, I don’t know, heavier?

A village pub recently rescued from closure has appointed a renowned head chef to help its ambitions to make the most of the abundance of nearby Suffolk food suppliers.

The eighth Framlingham Sausage Festival gets underway this weekend, with organisers expecting record crowds – but what is it all about?

From Lady Lord Mayors to pop industry excess and a floating library, there’s energy and imagination to thrill and delight in 2018

Indie-rockers The Noisettes will be adding an extra sparkle to one of Suffolk’s largest fireworks displays next month.

Strictly Come Dancing is once again dominating the headlines – both on and off the telly pages and here Andrew Clarke argues that it’s a sparkle of sunshine in an otherwise drab world

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