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Suffolk arts and culture

Thursday, January 14, 2016
Gecko's previous show Missing. Physical theatre combines dance, movement and drama to tell a story

The arts, culture and our heritage is more important to our economy and our social wellbeing than ever before. Andrew Clarke takes a look at new campaign designed to put Suffolk on the map

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Art’s for everyone

Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Mara Galeazzi and Gary Avis from The Royal Ballet performing at the High Sheriff's Command Performance which launched the Suffolk Community Foundation's Arts and Culture Fund

Giving more people access to the arts in Suffolk is the aim of a new arts and culture fund launched by Suffolk Community Foundation and High Sheriff Judith Shallow. Andrew Clarke looks at how everyone can benefit

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Meet the artisan . . . she’s got mail

Monday, December 14, 2015
Artist Rebecca Moss Guyver who works in pastels and in welded plastic.

Tessa Allingham steps inside the unsual world of artist Rebecca Moss-Guyver

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Warm reception for Justin’s image

Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Warmth by Justin Minns

Suffolk photographer Justin Minns, whose work has appeared often on the cover of Suffolk Magazine, has earned a commendation in this year’s Landscape Photographer of the Year competition for his image, Warmth.

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Jason’s magic camera

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Jason Avery’s photographs show the Suffolk landscape in a whole new infrared light. They also saved his life, discovers Lucy Etherington

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Naughty-cal deeds lead to fishty-cuffs

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Ancient Mariner

Eastern Angles upholds its tradition of an alternative Christmas show with something a bit fishy. Andrew Clarke investigates

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Get ready to rock it’s panto time

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Set designer Barney George

The New Wolsey Theatre’s rock’n’roll pantomime has a well-deserved reputation for offering family audiences something a little bit different. This year’s show breaks new ground. Andrew Clarke spoke to writer-director Peter Rowe

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Wing and a prayer

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Karen Read, manager at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield.

Picture: James Bass

David Green meets the tenacious team at the Seagull Theatre in Lowestoft who refused to let their stage go dark forever

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The Bourne director

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Director of Captain Phillips, Paul Greengrass with Stuart Saunders owner of The Riverside Theatre in Woodbridge  and Manager Tina Wiseman before the screening of the film to start the theatres centenary celebrations.

Celebrated film director and Suffolk resident Paul Greengrass was in Woodbridge for a special screening of his latest work and to meet his audience. Nick Cottam went along

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For the love of Lavenham

Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Kate Mosse (photo by Mark Rusher)

Best selling author Kate Mosse tells Dave Gooderham why she jumped at the chance to return to the village’s literary festival, where she’ll share the stage with Sheila Hancock

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Lunch with . . . Jo Carrick

Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Red Rose Chain Theatre in the Forest A Midsummer Night's Dream 2015. Photo Bill Jackson

Tessa Allingham books at table at Mariners in Ipswich to meet with the creative force behind Red Rose Chain theatre company

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A stress-free start to Christmas shopping

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Age UK Suffolk

And it’s all in a good cause for Age UK Suffolk

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It’s the little things that count

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
The Nutshell Pub in Bury is featured in the new publication from CAMRA (The Campaign for Real Ale), 'Britains Best Real Heritage Pubs'.

Catherine Larner meets Boxford-based author Mark Mason, who’s turned trivia into an art form.

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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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