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A cold Monday night couldn’t stop Anglo-Iranian comedian Omid Djalili warming up a delighted Regent as he rolled into Ipswich for the latest stop on his Schmuck for a Night mega-tour.

We are celebrating the very best in food and drink in Suffolk – and you can watch the results come in here.

Crime writer Sharon Bolton will be visiting a Suffolk bookshop to talk about her new book this week.

On February 3, 1959, Buddy Holly’s brief but brilliant rock and roll career ended with his untimely death, now known as the day the music died.

Who was behind the mysterious Easter Egg trail? Why are there strange noises coming from beneath the hills? And what is the truth behind the tale of the Easter Bunny?

We wanted more, more, more so original 1980s legends Bananarama have reformed and are heading to the Ipswich Regent.

Bookies are tipping the Missing People Choir which has among its membership Suffolk’s Nicki Durbin – to be named winners of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent.

I was back to Frinton for filming, on 2017’s finest Sunday morning so far, writes Martin Newell.

The Alde Valley Spring Festival was officially launch at White House Farm, Great Gelmham, yesterday with a locally sourced lunch fit to feed the multitude.

Changes to “invigorate” the 26th East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival in Bury St Edmunds seem to have paid off, its organiser has said.

This year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival is already out-selling last year’s, with the programme mix believed to be the reason it is proving such a hit.

Esther Freud never set out to be an author, she just loves telling stories. She talks about her path to success, dealing with pressure and offers advice to aspiring writers.

The East Anglian Game and Country Fair will bring thousands of visitors to the event’s new venue at the Euston Estate near Thetford this weekend. Here are ten rural pastimes or sporting spectacles you can enjoy at the show.

I’ve often considered petitioning producers of Britain’s Got Talent to add a question mark to the show’s name. My only talent is knowing I have none.

Photographs depicting the “painful” experiences of refugees will go on display in Ipswich to remind viewers of the human cost of conflict.

Film agency FILM Suffolk is looking for crowdfunding to put new ghost film up on the big screen in time for Halloween.

A packed programmed of culinary demonstrations are set to stir up the senses at this year’s Suffolk Show.

Theatre has the ability to tackle some big questions in a fun and entertaining manner. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke spoke to director Amit Lahav about his new show The Wedding which asks questions about society and how we live.

With blockbusters clammering for our attention at every turn it’s easy for some of the smaller, more thoughtful films to slip passed, unnoticed. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies, both old and new, that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

In three years the Ink Festival has established itself as a vital platform for new theatrical writing talent. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to artistic directors Julia Sowerbutts and Emma Struthers to find out how the festival has developed

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