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Seven musicians, three singers, a stage-full of high energy, high octane music and dancers young and old showing off their rhythmic moves.

East Anglian portrait artist Ania Hobson has received a fantastic career boost by being selected to exhibit as part of the BP Portrait Awards at the National Portrait Gallery. Arts editor Andrew Clarke caught up with her as she moves into her new studio.

Bank holiday weekend sees the return of a music festival to Woodbridge – with more than 50 acts performing at four venues.

After two-and-a-half inches of rainfall during set-up week, the skies cleared for a sunny 178th Hadleigh Show – enjoyed by a record number of visitors.

From traditional cheese, to unconventional curry all manner of appetites were catered for by Dunwich Heath’s annual ‘Sconeathon’.

Best-seller Anthony Horowitz was “warned off” including a black character in his new book after being told by an editor it would be “inappropriate”.

Suffolk Young Farmers on why they love the Suffolk Show and selfies with Prince Harry - and meet the farmer’s daughter born on Suffolk Show day

A relaxed, party atmosphere has taken over Bury St Edmunds as its annual music and arts festival gets under way.

Take the loveable puppets from Sesame Street, throw them into adult life – and you’ll end up in the quirky, irreverent – and hilarious - world of Avenue Q.

From Poldark’s horses, to buddly animals and the best food - our top 20 reasons not to miss Suffolk Show 2017

Three hungry diners made a flying visit to an award-winnning Suffolk restaurant.

Days out ideas over the next few days.

Much-loved pirate station Radio Caroline is to broadcast directly to Suffolk and north Essex again – after being awarded an AM waveband licence.

A cardboard Banksy is set to sell for thousands of pounds when it goes on sale at a Suffolk auction house.

Our pick of the region’s theatre, comedy and stage shows over the next few days.

Avid readers in Bury St Edmunds are celebrating books by organising the town’s first literature festival - and have managed to secure famous author Louis de Bernières.

Stephen Foster and Wayne Savage’s must-see gigs and concerts across the region

It’ll be BAFTA winning investigative journalist Ross Kemp’s turn to be quizzed when he opens Go Outdoors Ipswich superstore next month.

Strictly Come Dancing star Natalie Lowe and former champions Jay McGuiness and Louis Smith are bringing their new show Rip It Up to the Ipswich Regent.

An artist with a background in theatre and costume design is exhibiting her latest work at an east Suffolk gallery.

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