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Can you spot yourself enjoying the Bank Holiday Weekend on the Waterfront?

It’s one of the burning topics of the day - who should replace Dame Darcey Bussell on the Strictly Come Dancing judging panel... the list of possibles just keeps getting bigger

Partygoers celebrated the Easter weekend in style by letting their hair down at Yates in Ipswich. Were you there joining in the fun?

Mid Suffolk Light Railway has gone full steam ahead for its special Easter event as hundreds of train enthusiasts have used the good weather to enjoy their passion.

Get ready to run, jump and skip at this family friendly fitness festival dedicated to making exercising fun.

Suffolk star Ed Sheeran has swapped his microphone for a tree top in his latest cameo appearance in a viral video.

Ten years ago the Ipswich Waterfront gained an iconic building, the Jerwood DanceHouse. We teased out of artistic director Brendan Keaney the first details of the anniversary gala featuring the Royal Ballet

More than 35 tails were wagging at Woodbridge’s first ever Easter egg hunt for dogs.

TV legend Steve McFadden swapped Albert Square for Ipswich on Thursday night to kick-start the Easter bank holiday weekend. Do you recognise anyone in our gallery of the night?

Actor and Shakespeare aficinado Brian Ralph talks about his life-long love of The Bard and why Shakespeare remains Britain’s greatest wordsmith

Shakespeare is synonymous with Stratford Upon Avon and The Globe theatre but as an actor he was frequently on tour and research has unearthed records of his visits to Suffolk

Ed Sheeran has lent his support to a Suffolk charity after being inspired by the girl behind it.

With The Golden Dragon at Cardinal Park now closed those hunting out a good value Chinese meal will have to look further afield - but where should you go for an all-you-can-eat experience in Suffolk?

Two of Suffolk’s top chefs will be battling it out to win top awards in a national competition.

A zoo in Essex is celebrating the birth of two adorable red river hog piglets.

Review: English Touring Opera, Rossini, Verdi, Mozart, Snape Maltings, April 11-13

The New Wolsey has announced its autumn season. It contains a classic knock-about farce, a new musical, a mystery which features Agatha Christie, a gripping World War II drama and a new play about dangerous prejudice in a small community

Porn is suddenly a talking point once again after the UK government announced that a UK-wide porn ban will be introduced in July. Arts editor Andrew Clarke offers a personal view about the uncertainties and shortcomings of the proposed ban and how it will affect the art world

A new dramatisation of the Quentin Blake book The Green Ship is to be performed at Woodbridge Library next month.

Timothy West CBE and Samuel West in Conversation, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Sunday April 14

The annual touring Easter pantomime Peter Pan at the Ipswich Regent didn’t fail to get the audience up dancing on their feet last night, as they took a trip to Neverland.

East Anglia was once known as ‘The Bread Basket of Britain’ today it could be re-named as ‘The Main Stage’ as a new report reveals that arts and culture provision has a greater impact on the UK economy than agriculture and Suffolk is shining a spotlight on the way ahead.

It was one of the most anticipated returns in television history with millions waiting to see what would happen in the massive-budget last-ever six episodes of the dragon and magic blockbuster. The answer? Not much. CONTAINS SPOILERS

Historic Suffolk sailing smack Excelsior has been taking water-lovers for day sails in Ipswich over the weekend.

The weather might not have been perfect for the Framlingham Country Show over the weekend, but visitors were determined to put on their warm waterproof coats and have a good time anyway.

Saturday’s miserable weather did nothing to dampen the spirits of the crowds who turned up for the free fun day of events on Ipswich Cornhill.

Parachuting, meeting alpacas and hovercrafting are among the best days out in Suffolk according to TripAdvisor ratings. But how many on the list have you tried?

For much of the population, April 13 will be just another date on the calendar – but for vinyl obsessives, it’s a time to rejoice.

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