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.
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Art Eat is a two-day visual art and street food festival celebrating all things creative and delicious with taste, sight and sound sensations all along the elegant Ipswich Waterfront. This large festival with art, food and community at!-->…
Giving up a pet is
a tough decision for any owner, but peoples’ circumstances can change so
quickly and for a variety of reasons.
Blue Cross knows
that leaving a family home and coming to a rehoming centre can be a difficult
A seven-time Oscar nominated film director is set to unveil the full
programme for a festival celebrating film and locally sourced food and drink.
The second Film Feast Suffolk festival will be held from October 4-7
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
Run by the RSPB Woodbridge Local Group, the Havergate Adventure
The Hearing Care Centre invite you to join them for a night of pudding paradise as their very popular Pudding Club evening returns for a one-off special at newly opened Fynn Valley Café Terrace.
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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!-->!-->!-->…
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds has revealed a new collaborative mosaic which has been created to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the theatre. The finished piece has been mounted in the theatre’s garden, featuring people and characters!-->…
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.
The Museum of East Anglian Life has installed solar panels and
started generating its own energy thanks to an £18,000 grant from UK Power
Networks’ new Power Partners fund.
The popular Stowmarket attraction has fitted solar panels on!-->!-->!-->…