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JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly round-up for the east (April 28-May 5)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (April 28-May 5)

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Cyrano

Classic tale of unrequited love all set for Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal

Northern Broadsides in partnership with New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-Under- Lyme are bringing a new adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s romantic comedy Cyrano de Bergerac to the Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal from June 2 to 6.

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East Anglian Game and Country Fair - 2017

Euston Estate to welcome Game and Country Fair this weekend

The East Anglian Game and Country Fair will take place at the Euston Estate, by permission of the Duke and Duchess of Grafton this weekend.

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JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly jazz round-up for the east (April 21-28)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (April 21-28)

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A scene from The Woman In Black by Susan Hill @ Fortune Theatre. Directed by Robin Herford
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REVIEW: The Woman In Black, Theatre Royal Norwich

This spine-tingling ghost story, from a Susan Hill novel, comes with a big reputation for simply scaring its audience half to death. And, judging by last night’s reaction, with several folk letting out great shrieks, it succeeds!

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David Long has won a Blue Peter book award for his non-fiction book 'Survivors'.

Author ‘delighted’ to be named Blue Peter winner

An author from Brent Eleigh has spoken of his delight at winning a coveted children’s book award.

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Set Adrift; Daryl Kellie and Jon Hart

Three top guitarists team up for Haverhill Arts Centre show

Singer-songwriter duo Daryl Kellie and Jon Hart, who go by the name of Set Adrift, will be joined by one of the world’s finest guitarists, Robert Castellani, for a show at Haverhill Arts Centre on April 21 at 8pm.

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Big Girls Don't Cry

The glamour and sound of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Hit stage show Big Girls Don’t Cry celebrates the golden anniversary of million-selling single Working My Way Back to You by working its way around the UK, including a show at The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds at 7.30pm on April 21.

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Just An Ordinary Lawyer

The story of an ‘ordinary lawyer’ heads to Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal

Acclaimed by critics as a performance that “thrills and touches,” Just An Ordinary Lawyer is at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds on April 20 at 7.30pm.

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Gaffa Tape Sandy

Launch party marks second night of Bury Fringe Festival

Following an evening of riotous theatrical rock on the April 2 opening night of the 2017 Bury Fringe Festival the festival continues on Saturday, April 15 at The Hunter Club in Bury St Edmunds with the debut EP launch party for local punk heroes Gaffa Tape Sandy.

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Brewer Tom Norton

South Suffolk beer won’t be at Bury beer festival because people might be confused by the taste

Officials have banned a talented young Boxford craft brewer from entering his traditional ale into the East Anglian Beer and Cider festival in Bury St Edmunds next week - because some people may not like the taste.

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Arabian Nights at the Theatre Royal. Picture by Tony Kelly.

REVIEW: Arabian Nights show is full of drama, fun and energy

The most talented Theatre Royal Youth group provided a great evening’s entertainment with the new version of Arabian Nights by Neil Duffield.

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Diego Laverde Rojas

South American rhythms at Bury St Edmunds church

Colombian musicians Camilo Menjura and Diego Laverde Rojas appear at St John’s Church, Bury St. Edmunds on Saturday, April 15 in the latest in a series of concerts at the church featuring different world music.

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Omid Djalili

Funny man Omid set for Cambridge Corn Exchange gig

Uniquely talented Omid Djalili will be in Cambridge on Saturday, April 15 for a show at the Corn Exchange, starting at 8pm.

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Amanda Abbington leads the cast in Abigail's Party,  which is on at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from April 10-15. Picture by Nobby Clark. 
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The most famous party of them all comes to Cambridge Arts Theatre

Amanda Abbington stars in Abigail’s Party, one of the most popular plays ever written, at Cambridge Arts Theatre from April 10 to 15.

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Jordan Finding as Peaseblossom, Oscar Glenister as Mustardseed & Harriet Ashton as Titania in The Spinning Wheel Theatre's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Picture: Samuel Norris

Young actors take a fresh approach to Shakespeare

A group of 15-25 year olds hits the stage at 7.30pm on April 11 and 12 at the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket with their take on Shakespeare’s classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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Amanda Abbington leads the cast in Abigail's Party,  which is on at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from April 10-15. Picture by Nobby Clark. 
nobby@nobbyclark.co.uk

The most famous part of them all comes to Cambridge Arts Theatre

Amanda Abbington stars in Abigail’s Party, one of the most popular plays ever written, at Cambridge Arts Theatre from April 10 to 15.

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Jackie Carreira, from Quirkhouse Theatre, Susan Wilde and Cam Brown are among those hoping to hold a Literary Festival in Bury St Edmunds

First chapter in literary festival plans for Bury

The opening chapter has been written in a plan to give Bury St Edmunds its first literary festival this autumn.

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Launch of Lavenham Easter art trail. 
Pictured from left; David Hilditch, Jonathan Boast, the Rev Stephen Earl, Carroll Reeve, David Deacon. Front l to r: Cllr Jenny Antill, Lynda Sebbage.

Easter art trail up and running

Lavenham’s very first Easter Art Trail was launched on Friday at The Angel hotel and restaurant, attended by Suffolk county councillor Jenny Antill and Carroll Reeve, chairman of Lavenham Parish Council.

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Sudbury Choral Society. Picture by Bill Hiskett

Sudbury Choral Society performs Elijah for its 70th anniversary performance

Sudbury Choral Society will commemorate its 70th anniversary by performing the classic works of the choral repertoire, Mendelssohn’s Elijah at St Peter’s Church at 7.30pm on Sunday, April 9.

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