Lenny Henry has been making the nation laugh in various guises since the mid-1970s and now he will be offering audiences a chance to peek behind the comic curtain when he brings his new autobiographical show Who Am I, Again?: An Evening with Lenny Henry to the Ipswich Regent in November.
The Easter holidays are just around the corner and, as the weather is never entirely predictable, Suffolk's theatres have got a wide array of shows lined up to inspire the imaginations of young and old alike.
And the people of Ipswich shall go to the ball... the Ipswich Regent have announced that this year's panto will be Cinderella, a charming affair, which will do its best to finish before midnight so its audience won't turn into pumpkins.
Pantomime acts as a theatrical life-support system over Christmas as we escape from the trials and tribulations of the world-at-large. Arts editor Andrew Clarke talks to the cast of Snow White about the restorative nature of a trip to the theatre
Michael Ball is performing live in concert at the Ipswich Regent next year as part of a UK tour to promote a new solo album. Tickets go on sale this week. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at Michael Ball's dazzling career