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Wattisham on film

Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Filming at Wattisham

It was stories told to her in her youth that inspired Maggie Aggiss to devote most of her adult life to preserving the heritage of RAF Wattisham. Dave Gooderham talked to her about her latest project, a documentary film

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Suffolk Singers performing at the Llangollen 2014 Choir of the World competition

Come and join the Suffolk Singers’ choral workshop

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SPO conductor Leslie Olive

International soprano Susan Gritton joins the Suffolk Philharmonic Orchestra for its debut Snape appearance

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Textile revolution

Tuesday, September 22, 2015
The Chain Reaction textile artists group at Fornham Village Hall.

Lucy Etherington meets a group of Suffolk textile artists who want to be taken seriously

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Artists at the Butley Mills Studios.
Laurence Edwards and Stuart Anderson during the  medieval process of the bronze pour.

Butley Mills is a crucible – literally – where a group of experienced and emerging artists forge their careers. Lucy Etherington went to meet them

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Strictly by Bill Dean ROI.

Two members of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Bill Dean and Graham Webber, will be taking part in the Autumn Exhibition at Lime Tree Gallery.

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Have a go dancing

Even if you don’t like folk music you’ll love all the other stuff at FolkEast

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Tractor fun for all the family

Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Vintage Tractor day at the Museum of East Anglian Life Stowmarket

Celebrate harvest at a Tractor Fair fun day, Suffolk Food Hall, Saturday August 29

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Tales of the Riverside

Monday, August 3, 2015
The current owner of the Riverside Theatre Stuart Saunders and Tina Wiseman outside the theatre.

The Riverside Theatre has long been an icon in Woodbridge. This year it celebrates its 100th birthday – but as Andrew Clarke found out, its entertainment heritage might stretch back even further

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Watch this space

Monday, August 3, 2015
Manager of The Cut arts centre in Halesworth, Aafke Groeneveld .

The Cut at Halesworth is one of the county’s leading creative arts centres. David Green spoke with manager Aafke Groeneveld about its exciting future as a mulit media hub

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Art beat - exhibition of the month

Monday, August 3, 2015
The work by Robert Newton will be exhibiting at Lime Tree Gallery.

Robert Newton solo exhibition at Lime Tree Gallery

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Creative county on show in Aldeburgh

Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Furniture maker Peter Owen

Suffolk Craft Society is once again setting up its shop window at Aldeburgh’s Peter Pears Gallery. Andrew Clarke takes a look at the work of the society

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Funny smiling black and tan havanese puppy dog

Woodbridge charity dog show promises fun for you and your pooch

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Suffolk Dog Day, July 2015

Follow your nose to Helmingham Hall

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Take part in art: Seaside attractions

Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Felixstowe still has a pier of sorts, complete the usual sweet and savoury temptations, slot machines and a boardwalk,  its sturdy stanchions framing the soon to be revitalised Spa Pavilion

Suffolk artist Richard Nichols gets into holiday mode

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Celebrating the ordinary

Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Alan Marshall says 'Whether observing the plough teams, cart loaders or sheep shearers, he (Harry Becker) wasn’t seeking painted perfection or to create masterpieces for gallery walls, but was simply paying tribute to the men and beasts that brought life to the landscape around him.'

A group of artists want to put Edwardian artist Harry Becker firmly on Suffolk’s art map. Lucy Etherington meets them beneath the Wenhaston Doom

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On the trail of the Vagabond Star

Tuesday, July 7, 2015
The Ickworth Treasures

The National Trust’s Sue Borges previews a new exhibition, Ickworth Treasures, the story of an eccentric 18th century English gentleman and his mission to collect some of Europe’s finest artwork

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Common Ground Theatre's production of Stranded

Meet Len, stranded in middle age . . .

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From Britten to Bandstand

Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Aldeburgh Musicircus on the beach and Crag Path, part of the Aldeburgh Festival

The 68th Aldeburgh Festival starts a fortnight of cultural celebration on June 12. Andrew Clarke spoke to chief executive Roger Wright about how the festival is speeding its wings – both artistically and geographically

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Two of a kind

Saturday, May 30, 2015
Husband and wife artists,  Steve and Mita Higton, both have exhibitions coming up in Suffolk.

When Steve and Mita Higton met it was more than just romance that flourished. It kindled a life together as professional artists

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Bird's eye view by Ali Holingsworth

Four artists exhibiting in Woodbridge

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Snape Maltings in focus

Monday, May 25, 2015
Artist Jelly Green, who is from Saxmundham but has a studio in London, has been successful in capturing bovine subjects in her pieces and is now moving on to figure pieces.

Suffolk-born artist Jelly Green will be exhibiting a new collection in June inspired by her residence at Snape Maltings

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Get ready for family fun day

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Easton and Otley College Open day

Easton and Otley College invites you to ‘have a go’

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Springtime blues

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Take Part in Art - bluebells

May means bluebells – beautifully shaped, delicate flower heads that carpet woodland floors in swathes of glorious colour, which look even better when shafts of low, dappled sunlight break through the fresh spring canopy.

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Bury Festival Gandini

. . . and several new things too. The Bury Festival turns 30 this year so Andrew Clarke spoke to director Nick Wells about the treats in store at this annual cultural fiesta

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