Review – H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine

HG Wells’ The Time Machine written by Laurence Owen and Lindsey Sharman – New Wolsey Theatre last night and touring Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe comes a musical retelling of HG Wells classic novel set in a radio studio and performed by quirky writer/performer duo Laurence Owen and Lindsey Sharman The year is 1959. Lindsey plays a rather exuberant and eager to please radio producer … Continue reading Review – H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine

What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – October 2018

As the nights draw in – there’s plenty to keep you mind from dwelling on the winter ahead. On Saturday 6th we kick off with Tassels – An Evening of Burlesque at The Spa With a bevy of beautiful stars, specialty variety artists and fabulous costumes, Tassels brings this classic variety art form into the 21st C. with a glamorous new show. Over 18’s only. … Continue reading What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – October 2018

Shock Closure of Second Nursing Home in Felixstowe

In 2016 Leopold Nursing Home on Leopold Road closed its doors after 28 years trading, with owners citing under capacity making the home un- economic to run. Now the same owners have announced the closure of their second care home and put the company – Leopold Nursing Homes Ltd – into  voluntary liquidation, with spokesperson Rema Jayarajan citing the same reasons – meaning  St Marys in Undercliff … Continue reading Shock Closure of Second Nursing Home in Felixstowe

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

Review – Once by Enda Walsh

Once – book by Enda Walsh, music and lyrics by Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova, based on the motion picture by John Carney – New Wolsey Theatre till 22nd Sept ‘Once’ started life as a 2008 delicate micro budget film set in Dublin about the sweet love story between a failing Irish musician and a Czech flower girl. In 2010 Enda Walsh – whose work … Continue reading Review – Once by Enda Walsh

Review – Carmen The Gypsy

Carmen The Gypsy by Dan Allum – Romany Theatre in assoc with The New Wolsey –New Wolsey studio till Wed 12th September then touring This is not Bizet’s Carmen – this is a new adaptation of Prosper Mermiee’s novella transposed from Seville to a British Romany traveller’s camp and given a very modern twist – and is probably one of the most stunning productions I’ve … Continue reading Review – Carmen The Gypsy

What’s on Stage in Felixstowe – September 2018

So as we enter the last month before the clocks go back – lets enjoy the last of the summer with some wonderful events. Friday 7th – Sunday 9th The Half Moon are holding their 7th Beer Festival Friday from 5pm , featuring 16 real ales and 4 ciders. ‘Fretz’ playing live from 8pm. Food available on the night. Saturday 12non -4pm Kid’s Charity Fun … Continue reading What’s on Stage in Felixstowe – September 2018

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