Let’s count our blessings during this time of uncertainty and remember things that have made our hearts sing
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
A week after the gigs kicked off relive the final days of Ed Sheeran’s Divide tour at Chantry Park.
Following on from the huge success of the Ed Sheeran concerts last weekend the star has encouraged his fans to head to the Made in Suffolk exhibition in Christchurch Mansion.
Hotel and pub owners are celebrating after seeing their businesses boosted by the ‘Ed effect’.
Ipswich singer Caswell has just experienced the most “amazing day of her life” after performing to 40,000 people at Chantry Park and hanging out with Ed Sheeran in her dressing room.
Chantry Park welcomed nearly 160,000 Ed Sheeran fans over the bank holiday weekend. Here are some of our favourite fan pictures from both the Sunday and Monday shows.
Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran donned a Framlingham Town football shirt as he said goodbye to thousands of Suffolk fans at his final Chantry Park gig last night.
Over the last weekend thousands of fans have descended on Chantry Park in Ipswich to watch Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran perform four massive homecoming concerts.
The Suffolk superstar has taken to Instagram to share a picture of a derby grudge match where he is wearing a full Ipswich Town kit.
It’s been a special couple of days for Ed Sheeran performing to thousands of fans in his home county – so what did the Castle on the Hill singer have to say when he was up on stage?
Chantry Park isn’t the only place in Ipswich which is buzzing with Ed Sheeran fans today, as hundreds head to Christchurch Mansion to visit the star’s Made in Suffolk exhibition.
Suffolk star Ed Sheeran took to the stage at Chantry Park for his second homecoming show last night. Can you spot yourself in our gallery?
If you haven’t managed to attend the biggest event in Ipswich this year then there is still time, as Ed Sheeran releases extra tickets for his final Chantry Park show.
Thousands of Ed Sheeran enthusiasts piled into Chantry park over the last two nights for his huge concerts taking place in Suffolk.
With just an hour to go before Ed takes to the stage for his second gig, the Suffolk star has treated fans to not just one Instagram post, but three different uploads.
40,000 people descended on Chantry Park last night to sing along to the Castle on the Hill singer. Have we included your photos from the show in our gallery?
Fans heading to the Ed Sheeran gig tonight are facing travel delays after a bus carrying fellow concert-goers broke down on the Orwell Bridge.
Thousands of Ed Sheeran enthusiasts have begun to queue up for the second of his four concerts at Chantry Park.
Rapper Wiley has taken to Twitter to criticise Suffolk star Ed Sheeran for taking advantage of grime – joking about using a guitar and foot pedal in his own work.
Ipswich heated up tonight as Ed Sheeran wowed thousands of fans on his home turf in Chantry Park – for the first show of his homecoming gigs.
Ed Sheeran’s Chantry Park gigs are great for Ipswich - with one pub taking full advantage of the crowds flocking to town.
As the sun rose over Ipswich this morning, Ed Sheeran fans were already lining up to secure a spot in the front row at the first of the superstar’s homecoming gigs.
Ed Sheeran has started his final rehearsals ahead of his Chantry Park gigs - and neighbours have been listening in.
Ed Sheeran fans are taking to social media to express their excitement ahead of the superstar’s homecoming gigs in Ipswich.
Tonight, 40,000 fans will descend on Ipswich for the first of Ed Sheeran’s four homecoming concerts in Chantry Park.
He is arguably the biggest music star in the world right now – so it’s almost impossible to imagine Ed Sheeran playing at intimate venues to audiences of just 100.
Fans of Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran camped outside his Ipswich pop up shop for hours to be some of the first to buy exclusive merchandise.
The final countdown to Ed Sheeran’s Chantry Park concerts in Ipswich has begun – with the first fans due to pass through the gates tomorrow afternoon.
Unseen video from the gig often described as the launchpad for Ed Sheeran’s meteoric rise to fame – at The Swan pub, Ipswich, in November 2010 – has emerged for the first time.