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Kure Kure / Faraway UK Tour

Zimbabwean born multi-instrumentalist, dancer and theatre practioner, Anna Mudeka, brings her tour de force one woman show, Kure Kure/ Faraway, to audiences across the UK over summer and autumn 2019. “An overwhelming and

Set Sail For An Island Adventure

Nature lovers young and old can discover more about Suffolk’s only island this summer with the RSPB’s annual Havergate Adventure being held from 10-12 August. Run by the RSPB Woodbridge Local Group, the Havergate Adventure offers an

EACH Chief Executive Announces Retirement

The long-serving and much respected Chief Executive of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), Graham Butland, has announced his plan to retire. Graham joined EACH in 2003 and under his leadership the charity has become one of the

20 Years Of Forest Theatre Magic In Suffolk

In July, rehearsals begin for Red Rose Chain’s most ambitious summer season yet as the company celebrate the 20th anniversary of its open-air spectacular, Theatre in the Forest, with their fresh take on Romeo & Juliet. Starting out

Independent Age – Supporting the Elderly

Whatever happens as we get older, we all want to remain independent and live life on our own terms. Independent Age, as its name suggests, is an independent charity set-up to support and advise elderly people with many issues that affect

Proud Suffolk to publish Pride stories

Proud Suffolk is a writing project that offers the chance for anyone to publish their stories and experiences from the LGBTQA+ community. This project celebrates the LGBTQA+ communities inviting them to have their voices be heard to

Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk is go!

Earlier this week, artists, sponsors and volunteers involved with Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk gathered on the Cornhill in Ipswich to mark the official opening of the St Elizabeth Hospice organised art trail. Norman Lloyd, Campaign

3,500 Primary School Pupils have a Fiesta!

3,500 Suffolk primary school pupils will join together for the County Music Service’s annual Music Festival between Monday 17 June and Friday 21 June. Taking place across 15 concerts, pupils will take a musical journey to Latin America