Your guide to Ipswich's 2017 shows, concerts and theatre productions
PUBLISHED: 19:00 20 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:29 21 August 2017
Your entertainment for the rest of the year is sorted with our 2017 guide. From events for families to adults only, we have it covered with shows at The Regent, Corn Exchange, Dance East and Wolsey Theatre.
Texas, The Regent, September 15
If you are a fan of Texas then you will need to snap up tickets quick as there are only a few left!
Trianon Music Group - Across The Pond, The Corn Exchange, September 16
Enjoy a night of pure talent with the Trianon Music Group and their Across The Pond show. Travel from the UK to the USA all in one night.
Triple Bill, Dance East, September 22-23
National Dance Company Wales is set to put on a stunning performance, full of character and performed by technically beautiful dancers.
Sister Act Live Choir, The Corn Exchange, September 23
Enjoy the brilliant film Sister Act on the big screen while a live gospel choir and band accompanies the on-screen nuns singing the hit songs.
Joel Dommett, The Regent, September 28
Comedian Joel Dommett will have you laughing until tears roll down your face. You may recognise him from I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
Grease, The Regent, October 2-7
Enjoy a family night out watching the hit film Grease. With Tom Parker from the UK’s top boy band playing Danny - what could be better?
Sixties Gold, The Regent, October 8
Relive the Swinging Sixties with a night filled of original stars and hit songs. This show will create the ultimate feel-good factor.
Purple Rain - A Celebration of Prince, The Corn Exchange, October 13
If you were a fan of Prince make sure you attend Purple Rain. It is a night dedicated to celebrating the star. Get ready to hear all your favourite songs!
Marc Almond Shadows and Reflections, The Regent, October 14
Sit back and enjoy Marc Almond’s Shadows and Reflections tour. Expect a variation of hits, beautiful orchestral, and iconic torch songs.
Double Bill, Dance East, October 20-21
This performance is expected to be exciting, bold and daring. Book your tickets now for a night you won’t forget!
The Wind and the Willows, The Wolsey Theatre, October 17-24
A show perfect for the whole family. Watch the adventure of a mole, a ratty badger and a troublesome toad.
Rules For Living, The Wolsey Theatre, October 31-November 4
This smash hit comedy is coming to your town. Enjoy this darkly funny play about Christmas to get you in a festive mood.
8 Minutes, Dance East, November 10
8 minutes is one not to be missed! The dance uses movement, film and music to investigate a subject which can’t help but ignite the imagination.
The Dream Boys, The Regent, November 17
Grab a group of friends and enjoy the UK’s top male strip show. A night packed with music, muscle, and mayhem.
ABBA Mania, The Corn Exchange, November 24
A night of singing your ABBA favourites from Mamma Mia to Dancing Queen with the world’s number one touring ABBA production.
Russell Brand Re:Birth, The Regent, December 4
A night with Russell Brand, prepare to chuckle as Russell speaks about fatherhood, his daughter and his worries of her one day dating a guy like him!
Christmas Memories - An Afternoon of Festive Nostalgia, The Corn Exchange, December 4
Feel festive with this Christmas production including more than 60 of your favourite Christmas songs and 40 gorgeous custom changes.
The Borrowers, Dance East, December 13-17
A Christmas treat for the family, this performance is based on the much-loved Mary Norton book.
Red Riding Hood, The Wolsey Theatre, November 23-January 27
The exciting Christmas panto we all wait for, this year Red Riding Hood will take to the stage. Watch the classic tale be turned into a fun packed musical.
Jack And The Beanstalk, The Regent, December 16-January 2
Enjoy the magical Christmas panto with Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson who is playing Jack.