Student Review – Stalin’s Englishman

Stalin’s Englishman – The Lives of Guy Burgess with Andrew Lownie – New Wolsey Theatre Sunday 1st October On Sunday evening Andrew Lownie brought his one man show Stalin’s Englishman to the New Wolsey Theatre. Lownie’s show takes the form of an illustrated talk complete with power point graphics, based on his book of the same name. Lownie takes us through the life and times … Continue reading Student Review – Stalin’s Englishman

Preview – Philip Thickness – Friend or Foe?

Philip Thickness Friend or Foe – Woven Theatre – LANDGUARD FORT, FELIXSTOWE: September 28th – October 1st The story of Philip Thicknesse, Governor of Landguard Fort 1753- 66, is being brought to life in the place where it all happened. A site specific production developed by the Woven Theatre Company with widespread community involvement and a whole new perspective on a man who should be … Continue reading Preview – Philip Thickness – Friend or Foe?

Review – Everything Must Go! – Eastern Angles

Everything Must Go! – devised and written by Jon Tavener and Ivan Cutting – Eastern Angles at Sir John Mills till Saturday and then touring A couple of years ago Jon Tavener created a piece called Sid and Hettie from memories of care home residents. This is another in the series – this time focusing in on shops and shopping and how this concept has … Continue reading Review – Everything Must Go! – Eastern Angles

Student Review – The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan

Student Review – The Lady Killers by Graham Linehan – New Wolsey Theatre until Sat 30th Sept I would like to thank the director and producers and everyone back stage for putting on a spectacular performance that we won’t be forgetting for a while. First of all the stage set up throughout the show with the light and fog was a truly  amazing, and the … Continue reading Student Review – The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan

Review – The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan

The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan – New Wolsey Theatre till Sat 30th September Ealing Comedies were films created in the dark decade after World War Two to lighten the mood of a people beaten down by austerity and rationing. They were light hearted, sometimes a little black humoured, usually starring the same group of actors and a bit like the Carry on Films, very British … Continue reading Review – The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan

What’s on Stage in Felixstowe – September 2017

If its September it must be Art on The Prom – the yearly extravaganza of all things arty – but with the nights drawing in – there’s plenty to keep you entertained on the Felixstowe peninsula On Sat 2nd The Spa presents The Searchers in Concert at 7.30pm The Searchers are John McNally, Frank Allen, Spencer James and Scott Ottaway, and with such classic hits as … Continue reading What’s on Stage in Felixstowe – September 2017

What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – August 2017

August has been traditionally a rather quite month but this year an exciting new Arts Fest opens – and there are lots of other entertainment to keep your summer days and evenings going with a buzz Every Wednesday Music in Felixstowe present the Young Musicians’ Series at 12noon in St. Andrew’s Church, St. Andrew’s Road 2nd : Isabella Pincombe (oboe), accompanied by Harrison Cole. 9th … Continue reading What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – August 2017

Exciting New Arts Venue For Felixstowe Peninsula Set To Launch

A group of creative practitioners are on the verge of opening a new arts centre for Felixstowe – and the launch is to take place during an inaugural arts fest weekend that could be the start of an arts extravaganza for the area. Felixstowe Creative Arts Trust (F-CAT) was formed a year ago with the express purpose of opening a much needed dedicated arts centre … Continue reading Exciting New Arts Venue For Felixstowe Peninsula Set To Launch

Felixstowe Carnival – 21st -23rd July

This weekend is Felixstowe Carnival and the theme for 2017 is “Seaside Traditions”. Friday 21 July: 7pm – 10pm: Carnival Proms Night, featuring the Essential Sounds Big Band. Held at the Felixstowe Beachside Events Area. Bring chairs, blankets and picnics! Saturday 22 July: 1pm: Procession through the town with floats, majorettes and bands starting from Colneis Road at 1pm. Route is Beatrice Avenue, Hamilton Road, … Continue reading Felixstowe Carnival – 21st -23rd July

Felixstowe’s Free Open Air Cinema – Next Weekend

Open-air cinema is coming to the Beachside Events Area in Felixstowe next Saturday, 29th July and its free! Three films will be shown throughout the day; Finding Nemo at 11am, The Goonies (12) at 2pm and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (PG) at 6pm. The public are invited to bring their own picnic blankets and food but refreshments will also … Continue reading Felixstowe’s Free Open Air Cinema – Next Weekend