What's On in Suffolk

Welcome to the Essential Suffolk guide to What's On in Suffolk in the coming month. Scroll down to see events by date order.

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september 1


Ormiston Families Walk With a Fork Suffolk

Helmingham Hall, Helmingham, IP14 6EF - 10.30-16.30

On Sunday 1st September 2019, Ormiston Families is proud to bring you an eight-mile walk around the splendid location of Helmingham Hall - with a twist. Lady Tollemache has chosen a new favourite walk across the beautiful estate exclusively for you so that you too can explore some of the most picturesque countryside Suffolk has to offer. Experience views, architecture and hidden valleys not usually seen by members of the public. Waiting for you as you take on the eight-mile course, you will be greeted by the sight of some of the finest food and drink our county has to offer. Suppliers of local produce have created little food-stops - feasts for the eyes as well as the stomach - for you to enjoy, as we celebrate Suffolk at its finest. A perfect day out for countryside and food lovers alike.

Entry: £25 (£15 early bird)

Contact: 01473 705034 gavin.lamb@ormistonfamilies.org.uk

www.ormiston.org/events/suffolk-walk-with-a-fork


HALESWORTH BROCANTE

The Old Printworks, Halesworth, IP19 8AJ 9am to 3pm

A Monthly Antique and Vintage Market held on the 1st Saturday of the Month with 30 dealers selling a wide range of items for the Home and Garden

Entry: free

Contact: 01986 948546

www.ablackdogevent.com


Art on the Prom

Felixstowe Seafront from 10am to 4pm

Over 100 local artists, makers and creators showcasing and selling their art to take home and treasure. Make a day of it with fun activities, music, food and refreshments to enjoy.

Entry: Free

Contact: felixstoweartontheprom@gmail.com

www.artontheprom.uk


Village fete

Campsea Ashe Village Hall 11am to 4pm

Lots of stalls and games for all the family. Hog roast, cream teas and live music.

Entry: Free


Suffolk Youth Music: Gala Concert

Snape Maltings Concert Hall, 5pm

Music performed by an inspiring line-up of Suffolk’s premier youth ensembles – Suffolk Youth Orchestra, Suffolk Youth Wind Orchestra & Suffolk Young Strings – who are joined by members of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

Tickets: £15

Box Office: 01728 687110

www.snapemaltings.co.uk


september 1 to 22


Saddle Up Art Trail

Newmarket

After months of planning the Saddle Up Art Trail has arrived in Newmarket!

We have teamed up with local and national artists, local businesses, organisations and community groups to bring 17 works of art to the town centre, creating a free, fun and inspiring art event in Newmarket. There is so much to see, from large metal sculptures to ceramics and textiles – there’s something for everyone.

The trail will run until 22 September 2019 and it’s a great way to explore Newmarket with friends and family and there are competitions to enter. So what are you waiting for, gallop around the Art Trail this Summer – it’s free, inspiring and fun! For more information and to download a trail map visit www.aht.org.uk/saddleup or pick up a trail map from Tindalls, Palace House Museum, the Leisure Centre, Rutland Arms Hotel, Newmarket Town Council or Heath Court Hotel.

Entry: Free
www.aht.org.uk/saddleup


september 5


Guy Cry Club Launch

The Smokehouse, Ipswich 7:30pm-11pm

Guy Cry Club is a new platform exploring mental health, masculinity and sexuality through art. To see in the launch of this platform the club is holding a multi-media event at The Smokehouse, Ipswich. Local artists will be exhibiting their work, there'll be music, a creative corner set up for you to doodle and make plus vegan food and merch available to buy. We hope you can join us for the launch of this exciting and incredibly necessary project.

Entry: Free

Contact: 07599783712 // hello@guycryclub.com

www.guycryclub.com


SEPTEMBER 5 - 28

 

One Man, Two Guvnors

New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

See mini preview page xx

Tickets: £28

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk

 

SEPTEMBER 6 - 7

 

Festival of New

Snape Maltings

Festival of New is a whirlwind two days of freshly devised music and sound, exploring some of the most exciting work being made in the UK. Projects range from Hip Hop to contemporary folk and from electronica to experimental jazz. Some are ready to take flight, while others are just beginning to take shape. All have been developed at Snape on residencies that take place all year round, giving artists the freedom to take risks, be ambitious and release their creative spirit.

Weekend Ticket: £35

Box Office: 01728 687110

www.snapemaltings.co.uk


september 7


Tasteful: Food and Craft

West Row Village Hall, Chapel Road, West Row, Bury St Edmunds, IP28 8PA

An extended Farmer’s Market event featuring and showcasing quality, artisan food and drinks suppliers, artists and crafters, alongside local growers, producers and farmers. Guests can sip Prosecco while they shop from our Prosecco bar, enjoy live acoustic music on the patio and a recharge at our pop up café - food festival feels at a famer's market. We want our guests to be delighted by the seriously impressive range of produce on offer. West Row village hall is huge, with lots of free parking and a children’s play park and playing field adjacent, plus a glorious sun trap garden for our creative vendors.

Entry: Free

Contact: tastefulfoodandcraft@yahoo.com


Aldeburgh Hearing Care Day

Aldeburgh Hospital, Park Road, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5ES

Hearing loss affects 1 in 6 people in the UK and it takes 10 years on average before those who have noticed a loss in their hearing choose to seek help.

Research has also proven that other than a reduced quality and experience of life, hearing loss can also lead to cognitive decline resulting in conditions such as depression and dementia.

Local, award-winning, family-run company The Hearing Care Centre will be hosting a Hearing Care Day on Friday 13th September 2019 (9am-5pm)

Their expert audiologists are offering complimentary appointments where they will conduct a full hearing assessment, offer advice and guidance based upon the results and make personalised recommendations on solutions that could lead attendees on the path to better hearing.

Although this is a free event, booking is essential and can be done by calling Freephone 0800 096 2637.

Entry: Free

Contact : 0800 096 2637

www.hearingcarecentre.co.uk/news-events/events/aldeburgh/aldeburgh-hearing-care-day


Hadleigh Choral Society - Open Rehearsal for Elijah

Ansell Centre, Hadleigh IP7 5DL 2:15

Love to sing? Think its too hard? It’s not you know! Come and see what a joy it is to be part of a choir. Hadleigh Choral Society is holding a FREE Open Rehearsal . No audition / no judgement / no solos…everything provided including refreshments. We Just want you and your voice, so come along! Any questions please contact 01473 823 791 or visit our website at www.hadleighchoralsociety.org.uk.

Entry: free

Contact: 01206 617950


Coddenham Village Summer Fete

Coddenham Saturday 7th September 12-4pm

It will soon be time for our annual village fete, bigger and better than ever. The dog show is back by popular demand, so please bring your dog and enter. There will be live music and a bar along with lots of other refreshments, home-made cake and ice-cream. All the usual fun and games including the coconut shy, chuck the chicken, splat the rat, raffle, bric-a-brac and tombola, along with some new ones. Lots of games for children and face painting. Takes place on the rec. by our fabulous children’s play equipment. Grow, bake and make for the keenly contested produce competition. Categories and classes detailed on the Coddenham Village Website. www.coddenham.website Plenty of free parking.

Entry: free

Contact: eleanor.margaritelli@hotmail.com

www.coddenham.website


Farmers Markets

Beccles Heliport 9am - 1pm

Snape Maltings 9.30am - 1pm

Wyken Vineyard 9am - 1pm

 

Made in Suffolk Film Screening

Jerwood Dance House, DanceEast, Ipswich, 5.30pm

Box Office: 01473 295230

www.danceeast.co.uk

 

Moomin Valley Show

New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich

Magical puppetry, an ingenious set, original music and interactive play will delight young audiences aged 4 to 7 years and encourage them to immerse themselves in a unique participatory story-telling experience.

Tickets: £8

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk

 

10–15 September

Aldeburgh, Suffolk

HighTide Festival Aldeburgh

HighTide Festival returns to the idyllic Suffolk seaside in Aldeburgh for the annual Festival of Theatre and Live Performance from 10–15 September, 2019. Boasting world premieres, and new work from homegrown talent, HighTide champions emerging and diverse artists, and provides space for political, contemporary and provocative work.

01728 573 101

hightide.org.uk

SEPTEMBER 13

Pirates of Penzance

The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, 7.30pm

The National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company and National Festival Orchestra present one of the most enduringly popular of Gilbert and Sullivan’s great comic creations. Jam-packed with sentimental, swashbuckling pirates, a completely dotty Major General, a bumbling bunch of policemen and memorable melodies you will be humming all the way home.

Tickets: £31

Box Office: 01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk

 

Frank Skinner

Ipswich Corn Exchange

An unmissable opportunity to see comic legend Frank Skinner perform brand new stand-up in an intimate space.

Tickets: £27.50

Ipswichtheatres.co.uk

September 13-22, 26-28 and October 3-5

Easterly Artists - pop-up exhibition

165 London Road North, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 1HG

ARTISTS TO STAGE TAKE-OVER IN LOWESTOFT HIGH STREET

An art collective will host a pop-up art exhibition in an empty retail unit on Lowestoft High Street this September.

17 artists from the group Easterly Artists will be taking part in the event which will showcase some of the most creative artistic talent in Lowestoft and the surrounding areas.

Members of the group are all practising artists living or working within a 20-mile radius of Ness Point. The new exhibition forms part of the Lowestoft Heritage Open Day celebrations, taking place in September and is based on the theme "People Power".

The temporary gallery will take place in the old Poundstretcher building at 165 London Road North, NR32 1HG. Entry is free.

Visitors will be able to see pieces covering a wide range of mediums, including painting, print-making, ceramics, screen-printing, collography, artistic wood-turning, magical realism and sculptural assemblages using found objects.

Easterly Artists are grateful for the support of Danny Steel, founder and managing director of property agents Steel & Co, in sourcing and making the premises available.

The gallery is open 11am-4pm every day of the Heritage Open Day programme, Friday 13 - Sunday 22 September. For the following two weeks 26 September - 5 October, it is open 11am-4pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Visitors can download an exhibition guide from the Easterly Artists website at www.easterly.org.uk/hod, including a handy map showing nearby car parks and parking spaces. More information is also available on the Easterly Artists website, Facebook page and Instagram account.

Entry: Free

Contact: admin@easterly.org.uk

www.easterly.org.uk


september 14


Bildeston Indoor Market & outdoor table-top sale

Chamberlin Hall, Chamberlin Close, Wattisham Road, Bildeston.

Bildestons monthly indoor market is complemented by an outdoor table-top and car boot sale.

This boasts a large variety of stalls selling locally-produced crafts, cakes, condiments, spices, jewellery, second hand goods and more. Entry is free and all stalls are located within the comfort of the modern facilities of Chamberlin Hall. Refreshments are available all day with seating available both indoors and outdoorsperfect to enjoy some al fresco dining when the weather is fine. Plenty of free onsite parking and childrens adventure playground is located within the hall grounds.

Entry: Free

Contact: Chamberlin.indoormarket@gmail.com


Farmers Markets

Halesworth Produce Market 9am - 1pm

Woodbridge Community Centre 9am -1pm

Wyken Vineyard 9am - 1pm

 

Dancing on the Doorstep

Halesworth Cut

An Evening of Poetry with Tom Corbett and Friends. Fragments from a Liverpool Childhood, Tom’s recall of early memories brings to life a Liverpool long gone: a city of industry, abject poverty, community and above all this, the love that helps a family survive. Tom is supported by friends, with the poets Helen Ivory, Martin Figura, Julia Webb and Andrew McDonnell, all reading from their latest collections.

newcut.org

 

The Mikado

The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company and National Festival Orchestra present a farcical Gilbertian plot brimming with humour and memorable musical numbers: ‘Three Little Maids’, ‘Tit Willow’ and ‘A Wandr’ing Minstrel’.

Tickets: £31

Box Office: 01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk

 

Eggs On Legs

New Wolsey Theatre, 11am & 1.30pm

Garlic Theatre conjures a poetic, Dr Seuss world full of eggcentric puppets and music to make you roll around with laughter. A cracking family show bursting with wonder and surprise - you will never look at an egg in the same way again.

Tickets: £8

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk

September 14 and 15

Newmarket Food and Drink Festival

National Heritage Centre for Horseracing Palace House Newmarket 10-6 Sat and Sun

Newmarket Food and Drink Festival in its 3rd year with over 50 stalls offering the best food and drink from the region including celebrity cookery demonstrations and family fun .

Entry: Free

Contact: 01638 667314

www.palacehousenewmarket.co.uk

September 14 - 22

Illustrating the Great War

Great War Huts, 11am - 4pm

Great War Huts is opening its doors once again for Heritage Open Days. This year we are very pleased to announce that we will be hosting an exhibition of the work of popular illustrator Tim Godden titled 'Illustrating the Great War'. Tim Godden is an illustrator and historian. His work focuses on historic subjects, in particular the First World War, baseball and football. His illustrations have been exhibited internationally. 'Illustrating The Great War' will be open from Saturday 14th - Sunday 22nd September. The exhibition is free and open daily 11am - 4pm. Refreshments available and free onsite parking!

Entry: Free

Contact: 01284 388 986

www.greatwarhuts.org


september 15


Suffolk Coast bike ride

Glemham Hall, Little Glemham, Nr. Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 0BT

Come and join our annual Suffolk Coast charity bike ride! Whether you’re an experienced long distance cyclist or a more casual rider, there’s something for all abilities with a choice of three routes of 100, 65 or 35 miles all winding along the beautiful Suffolk coastline. The riders will be met at the finish with live music, refreshments and a well-earned drink in the beer tent!
The ride is in aid of the Colchester and Ipswich Hospitals Charity.

Entry: £21

Contact: yolanda@bike-events.com

www.bike-events.co.uk/suffolkcoast

The Vintage & Makers Market at Snape Maltings

Snape Maltings 10am to 4pm

Over 50 traders selling a wide range of vintage and antique dealers, alongside local artisans and craftspeople

Entry: Free

Contact: woodbridge.vcmarket@hotmail.com

www.debenevents.com


SEPTEMBER 20

 

Jane McDonald

Ipswich Regent

One of the nation’s most loved entertainers came to our screens 20 years ago in the program ‘The Cruise’. Since then Jane has appeared as Grizabella in ‘Cats’ and stared in many TV shows such as ‘Loose Women’, ‘Star for a Night’ and ‘Cruising with Jane McDonald’. As a singer Jane has released platinum selling albums and toured with her own show; an evening of music and laughter not to be missed!

Tickets: From £38

Ipswichtheatres.co.uk


SEPTEMBER 21


Overnight Photography Tour

National Trust Orford Ness

A rare chance to sleep on Orford Ness and capture both dusk and dawn over this evocative landscape. Cross the river at 4pm on Saturday or a photography tour guided by our rangers who have been photographing the site for a number of years. Take advantage of a rare opportunity to photograph the site once the general public have left before spending the night on the Ness in our bunkhouse. An early alarm call on the Sunday to capture dawn over Suffolk's secret coast before the rest of the day exploring and photographing this unique landscape.

Entry: £135 National Trust Members, £142 Non Members

Contact: 01394450900

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/orfordness


Farmers Markets

Aldeburgh Church Hall 9am - 12 noon

Beccles Heliport 9am - 1pm

Long Melford Village Hall 10am - 1pm

Wyken Vineyard 9am - 1pm

 

A Sidecar Named Desire

Halesworth Cut

A farce by Pat Whymark & Julian Harries. Take a ride up the comedy freeway with a tale of mobsters, missing gems and a mashed-up motorbike.

newcut.org

 

Jack & The Beanstalk

New Wolsey Studio, 11am & 1.30pm

Fee Fi Fo Fum! It’s a giant of a show, we’d love you to come! This classic fairytale now gets the Lyngo treatment so expect lots of surprises and beautiful images as Patrick Lynch (from Cbeebies) tells the gripping story of Jack who sells his cow for five magic beans and finds himself in the land above the clouds. It’s a show for the over 3’s (and their giants).

Tickets: £12

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk

 

Alan Johnson

The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, 7.30pm

One of the most popular politicians of recent times and now a best-selling author, Alan’s memoirs have sold half a million copies to date. Inspired by his latest book, In My Life, in this highly entertaining show Alan tells his personal story with the help of some of the music that sound-tracked his life, from growing up as an orphan in a West London slum in the 1950s to becoming a postman before rising through the Labour Party ranks to hold several cabinet posts, including Home Secretary.

Tickets: £19

Box Office: 01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk


September 21 and 22


Art Eat Festival

Ipswich Waterfront, Sat 11 am - 7.30 pm, Sun 12 pm - 7.30 pm

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 heart will be a vibrant, colourful, tasty, fun-packed and feel-good weekend.

Entry: Free

Contact: iona@arteatfestival.com

www.arteatfestival.com


September 21 - October 6

Artworks

Blackthorpe Barn, Rougham, Bury St Edmunds IP30 9HZ

Artworks annual exhibition of new paintings, prints, ceramics and sculptures by 30 East Anglian artists.

Entry: Free

Contact: sue.caddy@hotmail.com

www.artworksinfo.org.uk

SEPTEMBER 22


THE GRAND BROCANTE at GLEMHAM HALL

Glemham Hall (IP13 0BT ) on the A12 , 9am to 4pm

Antique and Vintage Market with over 80 Antique traders held in the beautiful grounds of the 16th century Glemham Hall . Entertainment /Food and Drink will be available , including the infamous Hair of the Dog Prosecco bar
Dogs are welcome, bring a Picnic , a good family day out

Entry: £3 per car full

Contact: 01986 948546

www.ablackdogevent.com


SEPTEMBER 23


Badass Be Thy Name

New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich

Hot off the back of sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre London, multi-award-winning company Police Cops bring you their latest comedy blockbuster: Badass Be Thy Name. Manchester 1999. A gritty Northern kitchen-sink drama turns into a vampire slaying horror epic. Complete with a 90s rave soundtrack, supercharged physical comedy and more vampires that you can shake a stake at.

Tickets: £10

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk


SEPTEMBER 23-28

 

We Will Rock You

The worldwide smash hit musical by Queen and Ben Elton returns to the UK. The multi-million-pound show dazzles all the senses in breath-taking style. Guaranteed to blow your mind, this musical phenomenon is not to be missed!

Tickets: From £15

ipswichtheatres.co.uk

 

SEPTEMBER 25

 

Swinging at the Cotton Club

The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, 7.30pm

Take a step back into 1920s & ’30s New York City and through the doors of Harlem's hottest nightclub, 'The Cotton Club'! The Lindy Hop Dance Company and The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra bring an action-packed show that celebrates the music and dance of New York’s celebrated nightclub. 

Tickets: £24

Box Office: 01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk

 

Five Years

New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich, 7.45pm

From 1998-2002, Neal Pike attended a special educational needs school in Nottinghamshire. Five Years is about trying to hold on to a sense of who you are during those messy, brutal and mundane years of adolescence.

Tickets: £10

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk

 

SEPTEMBER 26

 

Michael Morpurgo

The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, 7.30pm

Michael has written over 130 books, including The Butterfly Lion, Kensuke’s Kingdom, Private Peaceful and War Horse, which was adapted for a hugely successful stage production by the National Theatre and in 2011 for a film directed by Steven Spielberg. Award-winning actor and comedian Katy Brand will interview Michael Morpurgo when he comes to The Apex to celebrate his 75th birthday.

Tickets: £33

Box Office: 01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk

 

Peeling

New Wolsey Studio, 7.45pm

Often blisteringly funny, at times almost unbearably painful; peeling takes us backstage into a world of insults, of secrets and stories about mothers and children.

Tickets: £10

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk



SEPTEMBER 27


The Big Climb - team fundraising challenge supporting Emmaus Suffolk

Avid Indoor Climbing, 8 Bermuda Road, Ipswich IP3 9RU. 10 am - 4 pm.

Do you love a team challenge? Can your team reach the summit? Join the charity Emmaus Suffolk for “The Big Climb” challenge. This indoor rock climbing day is all about well being and team spirit, mental agility and problem solving (no prior climbing experience or special kit required, safety guidance induction will be given and the “mountains” are all indoors!).

Thirty teams of 5 will compete to be the 'Top of the Mountain!' on Friday 27th September at Avid Indoor Climbing in Ipswich.

The Big Climb consists of 6 activities (3 bouldering* activities and 3 team building). Each one lasts 20 mins, so in one hour a team will have 1 x bouldering activity, 1 x team building activity, 1 x rest period.
* Bouldering is the term used for indoor climbing

Event Timing:
10.00 - 10.30 Registration
10.30 - 11.30 Group inductions for 50 people = 20 mins each
11.30 - 12.30 Activity Round 1
12.30 - 1.30 Activity Round 2
1.30 - 2.00 Lunch break
2.00 – 3.00 Activity Round 3
3.00 – 3.45 Tea with cake plus “Scores on the doors”
4 pm Awards Ceremony


Awards will be given for:

Winning the Games – the team with the most points achieved via Activity Rounds 1 - 3.
Prize: 10 free climbs per person – yes, you can bring family members (subject to Avid Climbing Terms and Conditions), T-shirt, chalk bag, one Winners’ Trophy per team.

Greatest Fundraising – the team who collectively gain the most money through their fundraising efforts.
Prize: Hamper of gifts to be split by team.

Team Spirit – the team identified on the day as having the best attitude of fun, collaboration and sustainable travel.
Prize: Meal for 5 and Goody Bag.

Refreshments are included throughout the day (tea, coffee, water. Lunch is paella freshly cooked by Leigh Catering and the day closes with more tea and cake).

Cost per team of 5 = £125 (£25 per person)
Each team member is asked to fundraise a minimum of £100 for Emmaus Suffolk (we will be sending you plenty of helpful tips don't worry!)

Closing date for teams to register is 16th Sept 2019.

Avid will require all participants to have completed a waiver prior to climbing which will be sent out via email after the closing date of 16th September 2019. All participants will need to climb within our terms and conditions covered in the waiver including no rings including wedding rings, jewellery, earrings and suitable clothing. Avid will provide suitable footwear for climbing but ask that you turn up in trainers.

Entry to the event is dependent upon all participants arriving in time for the safety briefing and induction to climbing. This will include free registration at Avid so that after this event you can return (we think you’ll grow to love this activity as much as we do!).

Climbing is great for both your physical and mental well being, working both your body and mind to their limits.

Entry: £125 per team of 5. Price includes all activities, paella lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Each team member is given a personal fundraising target of £100+

Contact: 01473 225627

emmaussuffolk.echoleft.com/charity-events/the-big-climb


JTQ: The James Taylor Quartet

The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, 8pm

Led by Hammond organ-guru, James Taylor, JTQ stands with one foot planted in 2019, and other, just as firmly, somewhere south of the 1970s. For more than 25 years, The James Taylor Quartet has set the standard for the coolest sounds in funky acid jazz.

Tickets: £20

Box Office: 01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk

 

An Evening with Julie Cunningham & Company

Jerwood Dance House, 7.30pm

The evening will include m/y, performed by 6 dancers. The technicality of the movement language is contrasted by the fluid rules of relating, connecting and finding pleasure outside the dominant structures of patriarchal power.

Tickets: £12

Box Office: 01473 295230

www.danceeast.co.uk

 

Sisterhood

New Wolsey Studio, 7.45pm

Like the Handmaid's Tale, but with more hope, Sisterhood is a gentle but fearless adventure into the dark heart of patriarchal rule. Three women, aged 20, 40 and 60 stand on a precipice, the patriarchy watching over them – flaming torches aloft.

Tickets: £10

Box Office: 01473 295230

www.danceeast.co.uk


SEPTEMBER 27 - 29


Beer and gin weekend

The Cherry tree Inn, 73, Cumberland Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 4AG

There will be over 12 real ales and at least 10 gins to sample across the weekend.The festival will run 10:30-23:00. Hot and cold food will be available 12:00-21:00 Friday and Saturday and 12:00-20:00 on Sunday. For more information please see the website www.thecherrytreepub.co.uk, telephone 01394 384627 or e-mail info@thecherrytreepub.co.uk

Entry: Free

Contact (: 01394384627

www.thecherrytreepub.co.uk


SEPTEMBER 28


A Bavarian Festival

St Michael`s Church Framlingham 7.00pm ends approximately at 9.30 pm Refreshments available

English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble
Academy Chamber Choir
Directed by Andrew Cantrill-Fenwick
Lassus, Missa Bell` Amfritrit` altera; and music by Hassler, Erbach and Gabrieli.

Entry: £18; school-age students free

Contact: eastanglianacademy@gmail.com or purchase on the door

www.eastanglianacademy.org.uk


Farmers Markets

Snape 9.30 am

Woodbridge Community Centre 9am - 1pm

Wyken Vineyard 9am - 1pm

 

Kiki Dee & Carmelo Luggeri

The Apex, Bury St Edmunds , 7.30pm

An Acoustic Journey: Join Kiki and Carmelo for stories and song, which include unique covers of songs by artists such as Kate Bush and Frank Sinatra and of course Kiki’s own hits ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, I Got The Music In Me and the stunning Amoureuse.

Tickets: £21

Box Office: 01284 758000

www.theapex.co.uk

 

SEPTEMBER 28 AND 29


Art Show

Great Glemham Church IP17 2DA 11.00am---5.00pm

20 local artists showing their latest work .featuring Painting, Drawing, Prints, Jewellery, Metalwork, Leatherwork, Ceramics.

Entry: free

Contact: 01728664022


Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival

Snape Maltings

The Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival is now in its 14th year and is going to be better than ever. Over 100 producers take part in the two-day event, focal point of a two-week food-related fringe programme. The popular Hill Farm Family Meadow will be at Snape again this year as will the Adnams' Drinks Experience and the Wild Suffolk area.

Weekend Ticket: £18

Box Office: 01728 687110

www.snapemaltings.co.uk

 

SEPTEMBER 29

 

Farmers Markets

Lavenham Village Hall 10am -1.30pm

 

SEPTEMBER 30 - OCTOBER 5

 

The Night Watch

New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Tender, tragic and beautifully poignant, set against the shadows of feats of heroism both epic and everyday, The Night Watch is a thrilling portrait of four ordinary people caught up in the aftermath of an extraordinary time. A time when hearts beat faster and life burned more brightly.

Tickets: £28

Box Office: 01473 295900

www.wolseytheatre.co.uk


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