Wildlife River Trip
RSPB run you will need to book via RSPB Minsmere as this trip is very popular and soon gets booked up
The boat will leave Orford Quay at various times for the 2.5 hour trip around the island including landing on Havergate Island for 40 minutes.
Ipswich Symphony Orchestra Family Concert
Sunday March 4 is the date of Time Travellers, Ipswich Symphony Orchestra’s Family Concert.
With top favourites for all the family, the programme includes Dr. Who! Star Wars, Beauty and the Beast, The Planets, Wallace and Gromit, Star Trek
and Finding Big Ben! (make sure you have a mobile to contact outer space!)
Dress up! Try out musical instruments onstage!
Tickets: £7 – £10
Ipswich Corn Exchange, King Street, Ipswich, IP1 1DH
www.ipswichcornexchange.com Regent Box Office, T.I.C and from Orchestra members
Circus of Horrors – Voodoo
Wednesday 7 March – starts 7.30pm
Spa Pavilion, Undercliff Road West, Felixstowe, IP11 2DX
After taking to the road over 22 years ago and touring all over the world the phenomenon returns with its latest brand new incarnation ‘Voodoo’.
The spectacular features an amazing amalgamation of bizarre & fantastic circus acts all woven into a sensational shock/horror story and the darkest of magic taking the show to a whole new level, it’s driven by a mainly original soundscape & performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek, you’ll certainly Die Laughing. Not advisable for under 16’s
Tickets from £24
See Spa Pavillion Theatre for venue info.
Contemporary Art Show inspired by WG Sebald
1 April to Monday 7 May
Saturday and Sunday 11.00am – 6.00pm
PayneShurvell Suffolk, Ashfield, Stowmarket, IP14 6LU
16 artists and 16 writers take on WG Sebald’s book, The Rings of Saturn. This exciting contemporary show will include a mixture of emerging and well known artists such as Simon Patterson and Tate artist Bruce McLean plus writers like Tony Grisoni (author of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) and others.
Points of View
Friday 27 April to Saturday 28 April
Cratfield Village Hall, Manse Lane, Cratfield, IP19 0DJ
Friday 27 April, 18.00-20.00, Pay Bar & Nice Nibbles
Saturday 28 April, 10.30-17.00, Tea & Delicious Cakes
Points of View is a photography exhibition by Chrissie Kitchen, Candy Blackham, Nick Eade, and Geoff Moore. All four love capturing moments in time and making images of wildlife, Suffolk sights, plants and abstract patterns with their cameras.
FREE ENTRY and DONATIONS INVITED for Halesworth Dementia Carers & Prostate Cancer UK
Cars on Bardwell Village Green
Sunday 27 May – 10.30am – 5.00pm
Display of classic and vintage cars and motorcycles,lots to do and see, loads of stalls, rooftop views from Church Tower, windmill open ,fresh bread, tractor rides, bar, bbq and much much more
Bardwell Village Green, Bardwell, IP31 1AW
8 – 24 June
This annual event is truly action packed from Britten-Pears through to Festival Masterclass on 14 June.
Beautiful illustrations by Lucinda Rogers – www.lucindarogers.co.uk
Download the brochure here: Aldeburgh Festival
30 June 1 & 2 July
12 – 15 July
One of the best known family festivals – Latitude is in Henham Park Southwold
The line up is coming soon so keep an eye on:
MEKONVILLE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PETTAFIESTA 28TH – 30TH JULY 2017
SNAPE PROMS 1 AUGUST – 1 SEPTEMBER 2018
Outstanding artists from all around the UK as well as America, Australia, Russia, Germany and South Africa perform in the 50th anniversary year of Suffolk’s internationally renowned concert hall.
As always, thousands of Prom tickets for the season will go on sale at just £6.50!
FOLKEAST 17 -19 AUGUST 2018
“One of the best world music, roots and folk festivals in the UK for 2016.” Imogen Tilden, The Guardian.
“There was nothing to top FolkEast. Suffused with good vibrations, quirky, charming, and possessed of a joie de vivre that even Sunday’s rain couldn’t dampen, this was a festival that got almost everything right.” Jeremy Searle, R2 Magazine.
The refreshingly different FolkEast festival is back for the sixth time this summer, returning to the glorious 300-acre Suffolk estate of 16th century Glemham Hall.
THE MAUI WAUI FESTIVAL 24 – 26 AUGUST 2017
The Maui Waui Festival is now in its 5th year and is still free for children age 12 and under. There will be a full weekend of activities including circus shows and lots to make and do.
This year we are launching a Maui’s Got Talent contest to encourage new young performers in the area (auditions for entry close on 1st August), with donations made to a children’s charity, for every entry.
Peakhill Farm, Theberton, Suffolk IP16 4TG
FLIPSIDE FESTIVAL 2017: 6 – 8 OCTOBER (SNAPE MALTINGS) & 24 – 26 OCTOBER (LOWESTOFT)
Kentwell Tudor Events
Ramblers for more details on joining the local group in Sudbury