Late Night Xmas Shopping In Felixstowe

If you haven’t got time in the day – or you just want a bit more Christmas atmosphere – Felixstowe shops are staying open a bit later on the next three Fridays coming up to the big day. And the ice rink will also be open again this year on Friday 22nd. On Fridays 8th, 15th and 22nd December, around 50 retailers from High Street … Continue reading Late Night Xmas Shopping In Felixstowe

Student Review – The Pillowman

The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh – New Wolsey Young Company – New Wolsey Studio This was a fantastic, mind chilling theatre piece set in a totalitarian state where a writer, Katurian , is arrested and interrogated by two policeman who are investigating a series of child murders that have strong similarities to his short stories. In this play be ready for twists and turns, strong … Continue reading Student Review – The Pillowman

What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – December 2017

Lights – Action- Bitterly Cold! – it must be coming up to Christmas – and there’s plenty to celebrate the festive season in Felixstowe this December. On Saturday 2nd from 10am – 6pm is Felixstowe Christmas Craft Market and Lighting Up Day. The traditional Christmas craft market and the switching on of the lights by the Mayor. Fantastic range of gift and food stalls to … Continue reading What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – December 2017

Review – The Pillowman

The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh – New Wolsey Young Company – New Wolsey Studio until Saturday 2nd Dec This modern play from the writer of films ‘In Bruges’ and ‘Seven Psychopaths’ takes as its theme one that has been reproduced in many plays and films – and with a storyline that  is almost an exact copy of  an independent 1991 film ‘Closet Land’ – although … Continue reading Review – The Pillowman

Review – Red Riding Hood

Red Riding Hood – A New Rock & Roll Panto by Peter Rowe – New Wolsey Theatre till Jan 27th Well the New Wolsey have unveiled their seasonal production – and after last night’s rip roaring performance it’s got to be said – this one’s a cracker! This is the tenth panto that Artistic Director Peter Rowe has presided over – and every year they … Continue reading Review – Red Riding Hood

Christmas At Landguard Fort

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s ‘Christmas at Landguard Fort’ event on Saturday 16th December from 12noon -7pm  – and since their Halloween event sold out pretty quickly – if you are interested in going it may be best to get your tickets as soon as possible. Once again, a timed ticket system is in operation for a visit to Father Christmas in … Continue reading Christmas At Landguard Fort

What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – November 2017

What’s On Stage In Felixstowe November 2017 So with the night drawing in – its time to look for a little entertainment to fill those dark evenings – and Felixstowe has plenty to offer. On Friday 3rd The Spa Pavilion presents Dirty Dusting by Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood at 7.30pm. After a sellout UK tour in 2016, Dirty Dusting returns to the stage in … Continue reading What’s On Stage In Felixstowe – November 2017

Review – Rules for Living

Rules for Living by Sam Holcroft – New Wolsey Theatre until Sat 4th November First shown at the National Theatre in 2015, Rules for Living has been revived for a tour of the provinces by English Touring Theatre under the direction of Simon Godwin. Its billed as a cross between an Alan Ayckbourn and a look at Cognative Behavioural Therapy. But this play by relative … Continue reading Review – Rules for Living

Review – Roger McGough and Little Machine

Roger McGough and Little Machine – New Wolsey Theatre Sunday 29th October Roger McGough has been a poet of wit and witticisms for nigh on 60 years – yet he is still as fresh and relevant as he was and has always been, and shows no sign of slowing down. He was awarded his O.B.E. for services to poetry in 1997 and more recently a … Continue reading Review – Roger McGough and Little Machine

Review – Morgan & West: Time Travelling Magicians

Morgan & West: Time travelling Magicians – New Wolsey Theatre Saturday 29th October and touring The enigmatic duo of Rhys Morgan and Rob West don’t want you knowing a lot about their real background. Their personification is Victorian magicians and their website gives no more information other than that they met at Oxford University. So be it. Maybe we don’t need to know them to … Continue reading Review – Morgan & West: Time Travelling Magicians