Review – Pulse 2017 – New Wolsey Theatre – Thursday 1st June

So – the Pulse Festival is upon us again – and the New Wolsey working with China Plate have come up with a huge variety of shows to get your jade entertainment taste buds working again. Over the course of the next ten days you can see scratch productions, works in progress and fully formed Edinburgh Fringe winners. There’s stand up, dance, drama and a … Continue reading Review – Pulse 2017 – New Wolsey Theatre – Thursday 1st June

Suffolk Armed Forces Weekend 2017 – Music by the Sea

Suffolk Armed Forces Weekend on 24th and 25th of June is to host a two day free music festival as part of a range of events to celebrate the military from the past to he present. Hosted by Suffolk Coastal District Council on Saturday and Sunday, 24 and 25 June, the action-packed weekend will recognise the huge contribution made by our servicemen and women over the years – it will … Continue reading Suffolk Armed Forces Weekend 2017 – Music by the Sea

SCDC Elects New Chairman

Suffolk Coastal District Council’s new Chairman is Councillor Chris Blundell. Cllr Blundell, who represents the Martlesham Ward will be Chairman for the next 12 months, taking on the post from Cllr Mark Newton. He officially became the district’s first citizen, when he was elected as Chairman of Suffolk Coastal District Council at its Annual Council meeting on Thursday, 25 May 2017. The Chairman’s role is … Continue reading SCDC Elects New Chairman

Student Review – Our Man In Havana

OUR MAN IN HAVANA – written by Graham Greene and performed by Creative Cow Productions. Adapted for the stage by Clive Francis. Performed from 23rd to 27th May ‘Our Man in Havana’ is set in the city Havana, a place of pleasure and also devious crimes. It explores the secret services and the British Intelligence when one of their agents, who was originally a humble … Continue reading Student Review – Our Man In Havana

Review – Our Man In Havana

Our Man In Havana by Graham Green adapted for stage by Clive Francis – New Wolsey Theatre and Touring Graham Green wrote ‘Our Man in Havana’ originally as a film script based on a Spanish double agent he had come across during his work at M16 who had fooled his German handlers with misinformation that was completely fabricated. The film came to nothing but he … Continue reading Review – Our Man In Havana

Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner’s Fund – Open For Applications Now

Does your group help vulnerable people who may be or are victims of crime, or help rehabilitate offenders? Do you work with young people tackling issues such as cyber bullying or substance misuse? Suffolk Community Foundation are pleased to announce the opening of the new Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioners Fund. Grants between £250 and £20,000 are available to support the work of voluntary and … Continue reading Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner’s Fund – Open For Applications Now

Summer Nuisance Noise Hotline Now Available

Pesky neighbours playing music with their windows open? Too many noisy outdoor barbeques in your street? This may seem a bit of a joke – but for some it can be nerve shredding to endure other peoples fun and frolics if they are trying to have a peaceful time themselves. Apparently noise complaints are more common over the summer months as people spend more time … Continue reading Summer Nuisance Noise Hotline Now Available

Review – The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart by David Greig

The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart by David Greig – Eastern Angles – touring until 27th May Eastern Angles latest major outing has been touring since March 15th – but I have only just managed to catch up with it. And I must say this is a rather strange, eclectic beast. Unusually Ivan Cutting has chosen an off the peg play rather than a home … Continue reading Review – The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart by David Greig

Review- Jonny & The Baptists – Eat The Poor

Jonny & The Baptists – Eat The Poor – New Wolsey Theatre last night and touring This is the fourth time Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervers have brought their comedy act to the New Wolsey – but the first time I’ve caught up with them. At first glance at the title you would think this is possibly a music gig. Look closer and you’ll see … Continue reading Review- Jonny & The Baptists – Eat The Poor