What's on: Picks of the day

LOOKING for something to do today in and around Ipswich today? Here's a selection of what's going on.

LOOKING for something to do today in and around Ipswich today? Here's a selection of what's going on.

For the comprehensive list of events in and around the town, don't miss the Evening Star every day.

And look out for great two for one cinema ticket offers in the Star every week. This week we have a half price deal to see Star Trek (12A) at Cineworld in Ipswich - simply cut out the token printed in the Evening Star.

Offer runs until Thursday, June 4.


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THEATRE

New Wolsey Studio: Pulse 09 Fringe Festival, The Caravan. The October Revolutions, 7.45pm, tel. 01473 295900.

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EVENTS

Christchurch Mansion, Christchurch Park: Free taster tours, 2-3pm, half-hour tours intended for small groups, couples and singles, for larger tours please tel. 01473 433554.

Ipswich Ramblers five-mile evening walk, 7pm. Meet in car park outside Sue Ryder Home, Chantry Park:

St Joseph's College Library, Belstead Road: Suffolk Book League meeting, 7pm for 7.30pm, guest Frances Fyfield, winner of the Crime Writers' Association Duncan Lawrie Dagger 2008.

Needham Lake: Volunteer open day, 10am to 4pm, suitable for ages 16 plus, find out more about volunteer opportunities, tel. 01449 724633.

ART EXHIBITIONS

Eyestorm Design, 27-29 St Nicholas Street: New exhibition, Ben Allen, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, tel. 01473 222197, runs until Jun 20.

Town Hall Galleries:

Gallery One, Unknown Paintings of an Ipswich Architect, 10am-5pm Tue-Sat, Brikin Haward 1912-2002, runs until Jun 13, tel. 01473 432863.

Gallery Two, Relief Prints, Penny Berry, Suffolk Craft Society, Tue-Sat, runs until June 13, tel. 01473 432863.

Gallery Three, Anglo-Saxon Art in the Round, Tue-Sat 10am-5pm, explores kings and beasts through coins and jewellery, tel. 01473 432863, runs until Sept 5.

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