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Do you recognise anyone in our Yates photo gallery? All pictures were taken in Ipswich on Saturday, July 21.

In a weekend dominated by relentlessly optimistic musical romantic comedies, fabulous animation and big budget blockbusters, writer-producer Drew Pearce’s directorial debut is a refreshing change for those who like their films darker in spirit and meaner in tone.

The summer holidays have arrived, here are some fun ways to keep your children entertained without having to spend a lot of money.

Colchester’s Mercury Theatre is looking to inject a little musical magic into the summer holidays with their new production of Babe: The Sheep-Pig. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to director Katie Posner about celebrating the theatrical nature of the show

Don’t be alarmed if the first thing you see when you arrive at Kidzfest today is a queue. It is not a sign of things to come.

Film and TV enjoy an on-going love affair with the world of literature. It not only provides us with some good-looking drama but, as Arts editor Andrew Clarke suggests, offers film-makers a way of examining a portrait of modern society by framing it in the past

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.

No idea what Love Island is all about? It might be too late to immerse yourself in the latest series, but you can definitely prepare yourself for the next - or at the very least be able to hold a semi-lucid conversation with your offspring about where they’ve been disappearing to at 9pm every night.

Suffolk Craft Society has unveiled its annual summer exhibition in Aldeburgh, celebrating the work of a wide variety of crafts people across the county. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the inspirational show

Can you believe it’s been 35 years since Paul Young released his debut album No Parlez? The 80s icon chats about the album and his career ahead of his latest tour.

As the summer holidays start, a new seahorse mini-sculpture trail has been launched in Ipswich - but where can you see the 10 seahorses?

For three years, Steven Roberts brought the sensitive soul George to life in the prime-time soap hit Hollyoaks. As he prepares to take on roles in two very different stage productions this year, Steven reflects on the impact George had in highlighting homelessness and cutting prejudice.

Five years after last staging Les Misérables, the Children’s Theatre Company Ipswich return with the French-set drama, this time at the Corn Exchange.

Are you hooked on season four of The Affair? Read our review of the latest episode.

Savvy saver Martin Lewis has praised the cleanliness of Ipswich Railway Station and its toilets.

A Suffolk school and some of its students are starring in a new film by renowned movie-makers Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis – which also stars Ed Sheeran.

Review of Unseen Enemy: Radar and The Cold War by Suzanne Hawkes

There are three festivals to choose from in the Ipswich and Felixstowe areas this weekend, as well as many other fun events.

The story of Bawdsey Manor during the Cold War is the story behind a new play by Suzanne Hawkes. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke spoke to her about East Anglia on the front lines.

It might be tempting for some to dismiss Freddie Hutton-Mills and Bart Ruspoli’s latest directorial effort as yet another straight-to-DVD and digital release to hit the bargain bin at your local DVD shop; however, to do so would be to deprive oneself of a unique and enjoyable viewing experience.

Ed Sheeran has been named the highest-earning solo musician in the world, having taken home more than £80 million over the past year.

When Rag’n’Bone Man took to the Obelisk stage at ten past six on Sunday it was still 26 degrees, and the crowd were sizzling in more ways than one.

Joel Dommett closed Latitude’s comedy arena with a short and sweet set on Sunday afternoon.

Britain’s Got Talent finalists Jack and Tim Goodacre have joined the Sunday line-up of Jimmy’s Festival.

Young people in Ipswich will benefit from a free iCard this summer - but what activities can they enjoy? Here’s our pick of activities for the first two weeks of the school holidays.

What a weekend it was – Latitude is fast becoming one of the world’s best music festivals.

In 2012, something rather odd happened in rock music: the geeks took over.

What a weekend it was – Latitude is fast becoming one of the world’s best music festivals.

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