Review: Deaf Comedy Fam

Pulse Presents: Deaf Comedy Fam by Ray Bradshaw – New Wolsey Studio last night and touring A stand up show in BSL and English? That sounds a bit heavy going. But not in the hands of Ray Bradshaw, a Glasgow comedian whose childhood growing up with deaf parents inspired him to write this hour of integrated comedy, that combines two languages very cleverly in a … Continue reading Review: Deaf Comedy Fam

Felixstowe Town Council Votes To Support Controversial New Houses Scheme

On Thursday night Felixstowe Town Council formerly accepted SCDC’s controversial Local Plan in principal – with its main proposal being a 2000 home North Felixstowe Garden Neighbourhood being created on land that is an AONB site. In spite of a good deal of growing community opposition only three councillors voted against adopting the plan – the Labour Cllrs Mike Deacon and Kimberly Williams and Conservative … Continue reading Felixstowe Town Council Votes To Support Controversial New Houses Scheme

Student Review – Once by Enda Walsh

Once – book by Enda Walsh, Music & Lyrics by Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova based on the film by John Carney – New Wolsey Theatre till 22nd September We left a gloomy Ipswich evening outside to step into what felt like a real Irish pub. The set which was on two levels came to life with the warmth of the spotlights shining down on … Continue reading Student Review – Once by Enda Walsh

Heritage Open Weekend 8th&9th September

Heritage Open Weekend in Felixstowe is the 8th & 9th September and there are lots of heritage buildings open to enjoy. The Heritage Information Hub will be based this year at The Hut on the prom –towards Cobbold’s Point end opposite The Bartlett. Open Saturday and Sunday 9am-4pm. Here you will find information about what’s on during the two days and you can book the … Continue reading Heritage Open Weekend 8th&9th September

Charity Curry Night For Trimley Station

After the great success of last year’s charity event, Trimley Station Trust have once again teamed up with the Bombay Nite restaurant in Walton for a night of great food, good company, quizzes and prizes. Last year’s event was a sell out and raised a total of £700 towards the on going battle to save and restore the station building for community use. The date … Continue reading Charity Curry Night For Trimley Station

SCDC Submits Planning Application For Beach Café At South Seafront

Although the idea was only recently touted at a public meeting – and there it was insisted that this was early days and a full consultation process would be gone through – a planning application for a proposed development of a new beach front café on Martello Park has already been submitted by Suffolk Coastal District Council to itself! The proposal sets out plans for … Continue reading SCDC Submits Planning Application For Beach Café At South Seafront

East Suffolk Photo Competition Now Open For Entries

Following a successful first year, a photo competition celebrating the beauty of East Suffolk is returning for a second summer. The East Suffolk Photo Competition 2018 opened on Wednesday 1st August and entries are welcome from anyone living, working or visiting East Suffolk. Last year Jack Ibbotson of Felixstowe was runner up in the under 16’s category – and his winning photo is featured above. … Continue reading East Suffolk Photo Competition Now Open For Entries

Grants & Funding Available – Deadline Approaching

The following funding streams are available through application to the Suffolk Community Foundation – but time is running out. If you are part of a group, society or club that fulfils the criteria – this could be a useful source of extra support for you. Dulverton Trust Fund Grants up to £5,000 for small charities and charitable organisations with an annual income of under £200,000 that … Continue reading Grants & Funding Available – Deadline Approaching

Review – Babe The Sheep-Pig

Babe the Sheep- Pig – adapted by David Wood, based on the novel by Dick King- Smith – Colchester Mercury Theatre till 26th August Dick King- Smith’s most famous book was adapted for film in the middle 1990’s and was an instant success. The stage version was first toured in 1997 and this is Colchester Mercury’s own take on it as part of their ‘Made … Continue reading Review – Babe The Sheep-Pig

Review – Polstead

Review  – Polstead by Beth Flintoff – Eastern Angles last night at Debach Airfield Can anything new be said about Maria Marten and the Red Barn murder? Hundreds of books and plays have been written on the subject – was there anything fresh that Eastern Angles could bring to this most famous of Suffolk stories? At the time William Corder took on a macabre notoriety – this … Continue reading Review – Polstead