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Life on the road, photographing a world-famous superstar like Ed Sheeran, sounds like a lot of fun but Mark Surridge warns students not to be dazzled by the glittering rock'n'roll lifestyle

Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash hit, award-winning West End show School of Rock - The Musical will be thundering onto the Ipswich Regent stage next year. The show will be stopping off in Ipswich as part of a major UK tour.

How much do you really know about one of TV's most-watched sitcoms? And can you beat your friends?

Review: Once, by Enda Walsh, Glen Hansard, Marketa Irglova, New Wolsey Theatre, until February 29

Stowmarket's John Peel Centre for Creative Arts is to host a gig in April by the guitarist with one of the world's biggest ever bands - Peter Buck of REM.

Northern Irish rock stars ASH have been announced as headline act for this year's LeeStock Music Festival in Suffolk.

The Gavin and Stacey star and game show host is bringing his new Songs and Stories show to the region.

Can't wait for spring, with its bluebells and lambs? Here are 19 suggestions of places to visit around the region over the coming weeks and months.

The pressure is on to reform the way that the BBC is funded. Many favour the introduction of a subscription service which could work but, arts editor Andrew Clarke warns that, we may lose more than we gain

Southwold Arts Festival has swiftly developed a reputuation for delivering an eclectic series of high profile events at its week-long summer festival. Now in its seventh year, the festival manages to combine an intimate, community flavour yet still attracting artists with an international reputation.

Felixstowe's Spa Pavilion has announced two big name comedy nights - with Jason Manford and Jim Davidson both set to top the bill.

Review: The World Turned Upside Down, by Joanna Carrick, Red Rose Chain: Chainers Youth Theatre, until February 29

The global power of storytelling is explored with Marvel's new Black Panther exhibition at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich. We take a look at what visitors can expect to see.

Suffolk scaffolder Ched Uzor has won through to tomorrow night's final of Love Island, together with partner Jess Gale.

Review: The Ballad of Maria Marten, by Beth Flintoff, New Wolsey Theatre, until February 22

Strictly Come Dancing favourite Giovanni Pernice is back with his fourth solo tour This Is Me. Here the Italian dancer reveals some of his hidden talents and explains why his show is "obviously the best" on offer.

The name of Matthew Hopkins, the self-proclaimed Witchfinder General, casts a long, infamous shadow over the East Anglian landscape.

Veteran soap actress June Brown - who grew up in Suffolk - has left EastEnders after 35 years playing Dot Cotton.

The release of Parasite in cinemas this weekend has opened the eyes to mainstream cinemagoers to the joys of world cinema. Here are some critically acclaimed movies which provide audiences with easy access to foreign language films

Are you looking for weekend inspiration? Here are 10 ideas - ranging from stage shows to a Market for Mums, and a full-scale circus.

Superheroes, Star Wars droids, Dr Who's Tardis, lightsabre training and Harry Potter wand workshops are just some of the attractions at Capcon, a new Cosplay and movie prop convention being staged at Trinity Park.

The John Peel Centre in Stowmarket is to host one of the UK's most famous and influential folk rock bands at a one-off gig in May.

It's not often that a town like Ipswich gets to enjoy the appearance of a genuine Americana performer, making the lengthy flight from stateside to East Anglia.

Families are packing into the big top to enjoy all the fun of the circus at Trinity Park, Ipswich.

The Bury Festival celebrates its 35th anniversary this year. They have come up with a vibrant programme of star names and first-class talent as well as a mini festival-within-a-festival to ensure that the programme delivers something for everyone

ABBA fans will be saying "Thank you for the Music" later this summer when Portman Road plays host to a huge outdoor celebration of the band's timeless hits featuring West End stars.

Suffolk Pride is set to return this summer, with colourful celebrations centred on a parade along Ipswich Waterfront.

Film fans have been recreating scenes from Danny Boyle's blockbuster Yesterday when they visit a Suffolk pub featured in the film.

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