A team of Morris dancers are set to mark 10 years together with a day of celebrations.
A specialist auction containing historic pieces of Lowestoft Porcelain will be held in the town next week.
A theatre company has cancelled a fundraising event that had been organised to help a young gymnast achieve his dreams.
A popular troupe of young performers is gearing up for its latest musical adventure with a brand new stage show.
An evening of murder, mystery and intrigue is set to transport Bungay back to the 1920s in a new interactive theatre show.
A life-long AC/DC fan will fulfil his wildest dreams when he takes to the stage in his newly-formed tribute band to the Australian rock gods.
An acclaimed American folk band will be visiting Bungay to host an all-day workshop and performance focusing on the power of the protest song.
Suffolk’s largest festival is on its way, with an exciting line-up. Do you know who is due to perform?
Beccles Public Hall has organised a truly wonderful weekend of wonder - with something for everyone to enjoy.
The musical talents of Lowestoft’s young people were celebrated in the Hatfield Idol competition.
A much-loved choir will tackle one of Beethoven’s most challenging and under appreciated works at an upcoming performance.
Tickets are now on sale for Waveney Light Opera Group’s production of My Fair Lady.
Early entries have now opened for Heveningham Hall’s popular Concours d’Elegance this summer, with some famously-owned cars among the line-up.
A garden centre is branching out by serving cocktails and food at night.
If you are looking for fun for all the family this Easter then grab your raincoat for a splashing time at the Players Theatre in Lowestoft.
The Ink Festival, East Anglia’s latest new writing festival, has gone from a wistful ‘what if?’ pipedream to a fully fledged, ambitious success story.
Latitude has scored another UK festival exclusive, with Belle and Sebastian joining this year’s line-up.
A community-led talent contest which helps support youngsters in and around Beccles is set for a welcome revival.
More than 800 litres of water will flood the stage at an upcoming production of Singin’ in the Rain.
The bishop of St Edumndsbury and Ipswich will perform a dedication service to a poet and author at a church in Waveney.
A modern jazz quartet will be bringing the smooth and sophisticated sounds of the early 50s and 60s to Beccles.
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