Two Sister Arts Centre Re –Opens With Exciting Summer Programme

It’s been a long cold lonely winter’,  as the Beatles once sang – but with hospitalisations and deaths from covid falling dramatically – and a very successful roll out of the vaccination programme – PM Boris Johnson has announced that his road map remains on track, hence allowing indoor entertainment venues to open from May 17th Two Sisters Arts Centre – which opened in the … Continue reading Two Sister Arts Centre Re –Opens With Exciting Summer Programme

Pier Projects Announce London Based Winner of Art Commission For Felixstowe

  Announcement from Pier Projects: “We are delighted to announce Alisa Oleva as the artist we will be working with this year. She will be developing a new art project for Felixstowe, inspired by walking and in response to this unique port and coastal town.  London-based Oleva was selected by a newly formed Community Arts Panel, comprising residents of Felixstowe following a nationwide Open Call for … Continue reading Pier Projects Announce London Based Winner of Art Commission For Felixstowe

Call Out For Community Panel To Select Artist For Felixstowe Commission

Arts facilitators Pier Projects have already announced a new paid commission for an artist to develop work around the concept of walking in Felixstowe .Now they are seeing members of the public to form a ‘community panel’ to select the winning artist. Pier Projects  want to work with an artist to develop an exciting project for Felixstowe based around walking. .The aim of the project … Continue reading Call Out For Community Panel To Select Artist For Felixstowe Commission

Pier Projects Announce New Art Commission for Felixstowe

During this pandemic life hasn’t been easy for anyone, but in the professional world the creative industry has had a particularly hard time of it. And the Felixstowe peninsula is particularly rich in creatives, from musicians and theatre practitioners to visual artists. With venues closed or at limited capacity it has been very difficult to get work out there  – but now arts facilitators Pier … Continue reading Pier Projects Announce New Art Commission for Felixstowe

WAMfest – New Festival Celebrating Women In Art & Music Moved To September

Last year we all had high hopes that lockdown would be eased fairly quickly and by March 2021 everything would be more or less operating normally In that spirit plans were put in motion for a weekend  to celebrate women’s creativity to coincide with  International Women’s Day on March 8th  entitled  WAMfest (Women Arts and Music). Unfortunately,  as we all know, covid and lockdown have … Continue reading WAMfest – New Festival Celebrating Women In Art & Music Moved To September

What’s On @ Two Sisters Arts Centre – October 2020

In spite of the current difficulties in staging live performances – Two Sisters Arts Centre in Trimley St Mary is continuing to host a variety of events. The Arts Centre, in the former St Mary’s Church in Trimley, has a full range of covid secure measures in place including online booking of socially distanced tables for up to four people, temperature checks and compulsory sanitizer … Continue reading What’s On @ Two Sisters Arts Centre – October 2020

Felixstowe Photo Competition Still Open For Entries

Are you a ‘happy snapper’ or serious about your photography skills? Which ever category you fall into there’s still plenty of time to enter the Felixstowe Photo Competition and win a prize of £100 to put towards photographic equipment, plus an enlarged copy of your photograph. Photographers of all ages and abilities are invited to submit their favourite shots into the competition, which is organised … Continue reading Felixstowe Photo Competition Still Open For Entries

Performance Venues – Details Announced For Possible Re Opening

While many areas of our life are being increasingly relaxed including shops, bars, restaurants and even cinemas, and this week gyms, beauty salons and swimming pools – the one thing conspicuous by its absence has been a detailed road map for re opening performance venues. Many of the bigger venues such as The National, Birmingham Rep and The Theatre Royal, Norwich have already started to … Continue reading Performance Venues – Details Announced For Possible Re Opening

Felixstowe Book Festival – On Line This Weekend

Felixstowe Book Festival is going online from 26th June -28th June and will be free for all to enjoy! Across the weekend they will be hosting a series of live-streamed author Q&As and interview, plus recorded talks and children’s activities on their Facebook page and via their website. You can either log in to Facebook and visit https://www.facebook.com/FelixstoweBookFest or alternatively, tune in to the online page on … Continue reading Felixstowe Book Festival – On Line This Weekend

Felixstowe Book Festival Goes Digital – Line Up Announced For June 2020

It has just been announced that  Felixstowe Book Festival is going ahead this year, albeit  in a ‘virtual’ form of  live streamed interviews with some of the authors who were booked to come to Felixstowe before coronavirus struck. A JustGiving page has also been launched to help cover the costs of the virtual festival.  “It was a huge relief that everyone, the committee, all our enthusiastic volunteers, … Continue reading Felixstowe Book Festival Goes Digital – Line Up Announced For June 2020