WHAT’S ON @ Two Sisters Arts Centre – December 2019

‘Baby its cold outside!’ – but in Two Sisters Arts Centre there’s a warm welcome waiting and lots of events to set your December alight. Tickets for any event can be reserved by phoning the Box office on 01394 279613 and leaving a message – or book on line @ http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/two-sisters-arts-centre ( please note there’s a 50p booking fee) Friday 6th there’s regular Friday Night … Continue reading WHAT’S ON @ Two Sisters Arts Centre – December 2019

Student Review – The Season

The Season by Jim Barne and Kit Buchan presented by the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, showing Tue 5th – Sat 16th November. The Season is a heart-warming, delightfully humorous Christmas musical to get you into the holiday swing. It follows the journey of Dougal, a young man, full of festivity from Ipswich, England, and Robin, a young American woman is who is far from fond … Continue reading Student Review – The Season

Review – Edith – In The Beginning

Edith – In The Beginning by Karen Forbes – Stuff of Dreams Theatre Company – Sat 8th at Sir John Mills The story of Edith Pretty, Basil Brown and the ground breaking archaeological discoveries at Sutton Hoo near Woodbridge in the 1930’s has been the subject of quite a few productions – notably one by Eastern Angles few years ago. There is also a film … Continue reading Review – Edith – In The Beginning

Review – Bleak House

Bleak House by Charles Dickens – adapted by David Glass – The David Glass Ensemble – New Wolsey Theatre Friday & Saturday Bleak House is one of my favourite novels by Dickens – and this is an incredible portrayal of it – but if you were expecting a classic production of the story you would have been disappointed. David Glass Ensemble specialise in physical theatre … Continue reading Review – Bleak House

Review – The Night Watch

The Night Watch by Sarah Waters, adapted by Hattie Naylor – The Original Theatre Company – New Wolsey Theatre till Saturday  5th and touring I must admit I have never read Sarah Waters acclaimed novel – but as the author of ‘Tipping the Velvet’ maybe I should have been more prepared for the subject matter. However – according to the publicity I was expecting a … Continue reading Review – The Night Watch

What’s On at Two Sisters Arts Centre in October

Two Sisters Arts Centre is located in the old church of Trimley St Mary opposite The Mariners pub on the High Rd, and has got a packed programme of events in October – and with a licensed (and cheap!) bar, comfortable seating and a warm building – this is the perfect opportunity to try something new. Thurs 3rd sees Horizon Theatre presenting Peter Quilter’s comedy … Continue reading What’s On at Two Sisters Arts Centre in October

Student Review – One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Govnors by Richard Bean – The New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich, showing Thu 5th to Sat 28th Sep One Man Two Govnors is the updated tale of Carlo Goldoni’s 1746 comedy The Servant of Two Masters, reinvented by Richard Bean to make the show we know today. Set in 1963, Brighton, we follow the misadventures of Francis Henshall as he finds himself employed … Continue reading Student Review – One Man, Two Guvnors