People who were lucky enough to see Ed Sheeran's live gig in Ipswich town centre may be able to spot themselves in his new Disney documentary. 

The Suffolk-based superstar held a surprise gig on the steps of the town hall in October. 

Hundreds of people flocked to the town to get a glimpse of Sheeran who performed hits such as Perfect, Bad Habits and Castle on the Hill.

@edsheeran The Sum Of It All, streaming May 3rd @disneyplus #TheSumOfItAll ♬ original sound - Ed Sheeran

One lucky 10-year-old was given the guitar by Ed Sheeran after the gig.

Arthur Baggett said: "I was just so overwhelmed with happiness when he pointed me out and said that he was going to give it to me."

Sheeran was also spotted on Lowestoft North Beach in November while he recorded his latest music video. 

Ipswich Star: Ed Sheeran filming the new music video in LowestofEd Sheeran filming the new music video in Lowestof (Image: Newsquest)

Some of the film crew became unlikely heroes after they helped rescue a missing woman from the sea while shooting the music video

Ipswich and Lowestoft both feature in the trailer for the new documentary, The Sum of It All, which airs on May 3. 

In the documentary called The Sum Of It All, Sheeran talks about losing his best friend Jamal Edwards and discusses his wife's tumour diagnosis