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The Co-op Juniors Christmas Spectacular, Snape Maltings, until December 15

It might be 45 years since ABBA won Eurovision 1974. But the Swedish superstars are still as popular as ever, as the launch of the Super Troupers exhibition this week showed.

There are a few Oscar-worthy winners in film buff Rory's list. But how many have you seen?

Christmas has turned into a very lucrative time of year for the Hollywood studios and an Oscar or two does send peopel scurrying to snap up tickets.

Here is a run down of the leading titles being released in the run-up to Christmas and into the New Year.

Christmas may bring good cheer - but it also brings empty wallets. Here are some suggestions for fun family activities over the festive period which won't cost a fortune.

Fancy something creatively rewarding and, perhaps, a little different for the family this Christmas? Then, DanceEast and leading choreographer Arthur Pita could have just the show you are looking for - a stage adaptation, with songs and live music, of Mick Jackson's contemporary children's classic Ten Sorry Tales.

A schoolgirl from Ipswich has described her appearance on the popular Ellen DeGeneres television show as her "best day ever" - after wowing the famous talk show host with her talent.

The event, at Trinity Park, brings together more than 50 traders selling everything from mega brownies and wine, to handmade marshmallows, cheese and salami.

Art for Cure, the Suffolk-based charity fundraising for research into breast cancer, has announced a retro Glorious Glemham Victory Ball to take place next summer in the grounds and formal gardens of the majestic Glemham Hall.

Rock icon Bryan Ferry is the latest artist to join the Newmarket Nights 2020 summer line-up, headlining on Friday June 26 2020.

A harpist from Suffolk has released a Christmas record in a bid to raise money for a charity which helps patients with Parkinson's disease - the illness her grandmother suffered with before her death.

The Suffolk-born film-maker and his sister Sophie will be at the Aldeburgh Cinema this weekend to help the cinema celebrate its centenary year.

Suffolk television presenter Peter Purves has been dropped as a commentator from Channel 4's coverage of the Crufts dog show.

FolkEast has in seven short years has gained a reputation for being one of the most quirky UK roots festivals. They have announced eight headline acts for next year's event plus some Christmas saver tickets

Review: The Magic Fishbone, by Joanna Carrick, Red Rose Chain, Avenue Theatre, until December 31

Make sure you're wearing your Baggy Trousers, as Madness are set to headline the Thetford Forest Live summer concert series.

Comedian Geoff Norcott will give his take on modern Britain at Sudbury's Quay Theatre in the New Year.

Pete Wicks - star of the Only Way is Essex and Celebs Go Dating - is heading to Unit 17 this Christmas to join in with their festive celebrations.

It's been 15 years since Dido graced the stage but for Ipswich fans at the Regent on Thursday night it was like she had never been away.

Who doesn't love a bit of Christmas TV? There are some real treats in store this year. Here's our round-up, from Strictly, to the BBC's long-awaited festive drama.

Bury St Edmunds has a new karaoke venue which is opening its doors to wannabe songsters this week.

Review: Peter Pan, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds until January 19.

Fans of James Bond now have the opportunity to gain their first glimpse of 007's latest outing No Time To Die as the first trailer has just been released.

Strictly's Mr Nasty Craig Revel Horwood is going back to the roots of the TV phenomenon - the place where traditional ballroom dancing met modern musical theatre: Strictly Ballroom.

Aladdin, by Peter Rowe, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, until February 1 2020

Latitude Festival returns to Henham Park for its fifteenth year in summer 2020 with a chart-topping line-up revealed.

David Copperfield is returning home to Bury St Edmunds - or his recent home at any rate - as the latest big screen outing of Charles Dickens' resourceful hero, The Personal History of David Copperfield, filmed on location in the west Suffolk market town, will get a pair of special screenings at the Theatre Royal next year.

Models of the much-loved characters from the animated short film will be on display until January 5.

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