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REVIEW: Panto will have children jumping for joy

Dick Whittington, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, until January 14.

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Quince, Lee Bye

Culture: Lee Bye from Tuddenham Mill hails the Ugly Sister

‘The Roman quince’, Mat says with a smirk, shaking vigorously our latest martini cocktail at Tuddenham.

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Paddy & Scott's

Culture: Caffeine buzzzzzzzzz by Paddy & Scott's

It’s no secret that the Paddy & Scott’s team’s priority every morning is to fire up the espresso machines and get the first coffee of the day under way as soon as possible. We all feel more productive and ready to face the day with a coffee in hand.

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Long tailed tits

Culture: Wildlife - Feed the birds

During the winter months, visits to our bird feeders reach a peak as natural food becomes much scarcer. This is the time when keeping the feeders full is of most importance as our small birds will be feeding from first light to last light every day.

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Food by Nicola Miller

Culture: Food by Nicola Miller

Food writer Nicola Miller takes a trip down memory lane when she enjoyed an Austrian adventure
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Carole Baker

Culture: Carole Baker says love your liver!

As we are fast approaching the dreaded ‘X’ word, it’s about time we started thinking about how we are going to a) Preserve our sanity b) Look after our liver.

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Maison Bleue

Culture: Maison Bleue's Pascal Canevet - Raising a glass to the season and artisan producers

This week, Culture introduces a new columnist in Pascal Canevet, owner chef of the award-winning French restaurant Maison Bleue
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Jimmy Osmond

Culture: From The Osmonds to Andy Williams - Jimmy Osmond makes a date for Bury St Edmunds

He’s been in showbusiness for 50 years and his passion for performing is still as strong. The irrepressible Jimmy Osmond talks Elvis, Michael Jackson and why Andy Williams is special to him ahead of his tribute show to the crooner at The Apex

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Quirkhouse Theatre Company's Winter Tails III

PICTURE ANDY ABBOTT

REVIEW- Winter Tails III - Revenge of the Storyteller

As I joined the audience of Winter Tails III on Sunday, in the attic room of Oakes Barn in Bury St Edmunds, I really didn’t know what to expect.

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Culture: Must-have Christmas cookery books by Nicola Miller

Looking for a Christmas present for someone? Look no further. . . Food writer Nicola Miller gives us a taste of some must-have cookery books

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One of the nooks at Tuddenham Mill

Culture: Tuddenham Mill stay was a splash-hit with me says editor Barry Peters

As the sun set across the meadow and I splashed my face with the water which had been warmed by a log burner for our hot tub, the day’s pressures floated away. . .

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Gastrono-me fritters

Culture: Brunch is a serious game, says Gastrono-me's Gemma Simmonite

At Gastrono-me it’s fairly safe to say we take brunch pretty seriously.

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War Waves. Picture: Aaron Sly

Record entries for BurySOUND in its 20th year

After an avalanche of applications from across East Anglia, the full line-up for the BurySOUND Music Competition’s 20th year is announced.

Music
Red Riding Hood at the New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich

REVIEW- Red Riding Hood, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

A great annual theatre staple, the New Wolsey pantomime is back and it’s an utter blast from start to finish.

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Rock band Walkway, from Redgrave.

Walkway drafted in to support rock legends Status Quo in Norwich next week

Redgrave rockers Walkway have been drafted in to support legends Status Quo when they take to the stage in Norwich next week.

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The cast of Hedda Gabler

Review: Hedda Gabler, Norwich Theatre Royal

Hedda Gabler, Theatre Royal Norwich

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FREE TICKETS to Eat & Drink Festival, The Cake & Bake Show and Ideal Home Show at Christmas

The all new Eat & Drink Festival, The Cake & Bake Show and The Ideal Home Christmas Show all take place under one roof this week and you can get in for FREE.

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Museum of East Anglian Life wins grant to help restore steam engine

A much-loved steam engine is a step closer to being restored thanks to a £16,500 grant.

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The Irving Stage Company present Sister Act at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds.



Picture:ANDY ABBOTT

Review: Sisters stand out in stylish show

Sister Act, Irving Stage Company, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, November 2.

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culture Nicola Miller's latest Mexican dish of two squash posole

Culture: A fiesta on a plate by Nicola Miller

Food writer Nicola Miller warms us up for autumn with a Mexican staple

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