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Tragically romantic ballet heads to Bury St Edmunds

One of the greatest ballets of all time, Giselle comes to Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds between Thursday, March 2 and Saturday 4 .

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Ben Warwick stars as Frankenstein

A new adaptation of Frankenstein set to thrill Bury St Edmunds audiences

Blackeyed Theatre have built a reputation as one of the most innovative and creative companies in the UK and their latest show Frankenstein looks to enhance their acclaim.

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Playing live is a priority for old school pals Saltfen

Ahead of their appearance in Heat Five of BurySOUND, Catherine Neilson caught up with Ely alternative rock four piece, Saltfen. The band are made up of Tom Woolner, Alec Woolner, Tom Hall and John Kirby. Here’s what they had to say…

Jazz news

JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly jazz round-up for the east (February 25-March 3)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (February 25-March 3)

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Goldie Lookin Chain will be joining a stellar line-up for this year's LeeStock Music Festival

Goldie Lookin Chain latest band to be added to LeeStock lineup

LeeStock Music Festival in Long Melford has added a further act to its lineup for the festival at the end of May.

Bury St Edmunds artist Andrew Harrington is passionate about the sweeping skies and beautiful scenery in his his county of Suffolk. 
Now his work is on display in a new exhibition at the recently re-opened Beehive pub in Horringer. Picture: Andy Abbott.

Bury St Edmund artist launches new exhibition at re-opened Horringer pub

Bury St Edmunds artist Andrew Harrington is passionate about the sweeping skies and beautiful scenery in his county of Suffolk.

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Michael Portillo

Former MP in one-man show at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Politician, journalist, broadcaster and TV documentary maker, controversial former MP for Kensington and Chelsea, Michael Portillo returns to Cambridge Arts Theatre for one night only on February 25, at 7.45pm.

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The Red Shoes.  Dominic North as Julian Craster, Ashley Shaw as Victoria Page. Ohoto by Johan Persson

REVIEW: The Red Shoes, Theatre Royal Norwich

The Lord of the Dance, Matthew Bourne brings his new show, his first since 2011, to Norwich for a sell out run this week. He’s had the idea of making a piece out of the 1948 movie for about 20 years and started to actively work on it three years ago.

Theatre and Comedy
Dire Straits tribute, Money for Nothing. Picture by A Williams Photography.

Renowned Dire Straits tribute set for Bury St Edmunds show

Top Dire Straits tribute band, Money For Nothing, appear at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds on Saturday, March 25.

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Newton Faulkner is to perform at LeeStock Music Festival. Picture by Pip for BMG

Newton Faulkner to headline LeeStock Music Festival in Long Melford - Wheatus and Toploader also star

Chart-topping singer/songwriter Newton Faulkner is to headline this year’s LeeStock Music Festival in Long Melford.

Simon Pollard, managing director of Miller's Music, in its Cambridge Showroom

21 pianos to go up for grabs after Cambridge concert

King’s College Chapel in Cambridge will host a concert on Tuesday, February 21 in which 21 pianos will be played at the same time - before then being given away.

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Kirsty Jackson stars in Freefall.

New play highlights life for young carers

Freefall, a play highlighting the issues, trials and difficulties facing young carers on a daily basis, is being staged the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket on February 22.

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Hysteria. Picture by Sheila Burnett

What happened what Freud met Dali?

Hysteria, an hilarious farce that explores the fallout when Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dali meet, visits the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds between Tuesday, February 21 and Saturday 25.

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Huckleberyy Harrison

Bury bands keep the crowd happy

Sounds Like the Live Sessions returned to Bury St Edmunds venue the Hunter Club on February 9.

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Henceforward: Picture by Tony Bartholomew/Turnstone Media

Ayckbourn comedy returns to Cambridge

The hilarious words of the renowned playwright Alan Ayckbourn return to Cambridge Arts Theatre from February 22 to 25, in the classic comedy Henceforward…

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Nick Wells, Festival manager, with The Apex box office staff

Line-up for Bury Festival is announced

Organisers of Bury Festival have announced the line-up for this year’s annual celebration of music and arts.

The Mayoress treads the boards at the Onehouse community centre panto

Panto proves a hit – and it’s not even Christmas

Around 100 people a night have been breaking with tradion and attending a panto at a village hall.

The Wisdom Club

New play asks what retirement means in 2017

The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds presents a rehearsed reading of The Wisdom Club, written by local playwright Danusia Iwaszko, at 7.30pm on February 20.

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Wizarding weekend at Moyses Hall

Pictured: James Thompson (6) learning how to make Chefalo knot

‘Baby dragons’ visit magic exhibition in Bury St Edmunds

Moyse’s Hall Museum played host to an unusual cast of characters at the weekend, including ‘baby dragons’.

Alison Balsom. Picture by Jason Joyce.

Classical Brit winner Alison to give Cambridge recital

Three-time winner at the Classical BRITs, Cambridge Corn Exchange artist in residence trumpeter Alison Balsom will perform in recital on Tuesday, February 21 with guest trombonist Becky Smith and pianist Tom Poster.

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