The Di­ary

The­atre, mu­sic, danc­ing and more... all hap­pen­ing in Suf­folk this month

EADT Suffolk - - Exhibition Of The Month -

APRIL Sun­day 4 FLEECE JAZZ’S 25TH AN­NIVER­SARY CEL­E­BRA­TION

Stoke by Nay­land Ho­tel, Golf & Spa, Leav­en­heath 1.30pm-6pm Alec Dankworth All Star Quin­tet, Ge­or­gio Man­cio & Chris Al­lard Duo, Alan Barnes, Dave O’Hig­gins, Clark Tracey 01787 211865 www.fleece­jazz.org.uk

Fri­day 6 SUF­FOLK COUNTY MU­SIC SER­VICE: EASTER CON­CERT

Snape Malt­ings Con­cert Hall, Snape 7.30pm Tick­ets from £6 - £12, stu­dent/child rates avail­able, on­line: snapemalt­ings.co.uk/ whats-on/suf­folk-county-mu­sic-ser­viceeaster-con­cert

Thurs­day 5- Satur­day 7 TREA­SURE IS­LAND

The­atre Royal Bury St Ed­munds Young Com­pany A swash­buck­ling ad­ven­ture on the high seas. When young Jim Hawkins is left a trea­sure map by the dy­ing buc­ca­neer Billy Bones, he sets sail on the His­pan­iola in search of the is­land. www.the­atreroyal.org/shows/trea­sure-is­land

Mon­day 16 FEAST OF FIDDLES 25TH AN­NUAL TOUR

The Apex, Bury St Ed­munds 7.30pm A na­tional folk-rock in­sti­tu­tion. Tick­ets £21.50, www.theapex.co.uk

Tues­day 20 CLARE COL­LEGE CHOIR AT ST MARY’S CHURCH

The­atre Royal Bury St Ed­munds is de­lighted to be host­ing the re­turn of Clare Col­lege Choir to St Mary’s Church as a fundraiser for the the­atre af­ter last year’s sell-out con­cert. Con­ducted by Gra­ham Ross, they per­form a pro­gramme of mu­sic span­ning cen­turies of choral ex­cel­lence Tick­ets: call 01284 769505, on­line www. the­atreroyal.org/shows/clare-col­lege-choir/ or visit the the­atre in per­son.

Tues­day 17- Satur­day 21 KINDERSTRANSPORT

New Wolsey The­atre, Ip­swich Pre­sented by Queen’s The­atre Hornchurch and Les The­atres de la Ville de Luxembourg in

as­so­ci­a­tion with Sel­ladoor Pro­duc­tions Ham­burg 1938: nine year-old Eva is forced onto a train by her des­per­ate mother in or­der to es­cape the threat of World War II. Tick­ets www.wolseythe­atre.co.uk

Tues­day 17 & Satur­day 21 BEAU­TI­FUL - THE CA­ROLE KING MU­SI­CAL

Ip­swich re­gent The­atre Tick­ets: apps.ip­swich.gov.uk

Fri­day 20 & Satur­day 21 THE LE­GEND OF BLACK SHUCK

St Bartholomew’s Church, Church Street, Or­ford, IP12 2NZ Col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Pup­pet com­pany Rust and Star­dust, and Or­ford School. Pro­ceeds go­ing to Thomas Mar­shall Ed­u­ca­tion Fund. Tick­ets: £5 Email: con­tact@tmef.org.uk Tel: 01394 450090

Sun­day 22 INK ON THE ROAD

New Wolsey The­atre, Ip­swich The Best of the 2018 INK New Short Play Fes­ti­val. A sur­prise pack­age of the four best plays and per­for­mances from the INK Fes­ti­val of new short plays at The Cut in Halesworth. Tick­ets www.wolseythe­atre.co.uk

Weds 18 - Fri­day 27 BETTE& JOAN

by An­ton Burge Hori­zon The­atre Once grande dames of Hol­ly­wood, by 1962 Bette Davis and Joan Craw­ford were in dan­ger of be­com­ing has-beens. Then an op­por­tu­nity came along to ap­pear to­gether in a new movie, What­ever Hap­pened to

Baby Jane? Bette & Joan de­picts the two stars, in ad­ja­cent dress­ing room, be­tween takes on the set of Baby Jane. Behind the bitching and prac­ti­cal jokes we see each woman’s in­se­cu­ri­ties and re­grets. April 18 - Orwell Ho­tel, Felixs­towe April 20 - Ansell Cen­tre, Hadleigh April 25 & 26 - Shot­ley Vil­lage Hall, Shot­ley April 27 - Sproughton Church Hall, Sproughton Booking: www.tick­et­source.co.uk/ event/229169 Tel: 07864084423 jaynelindill2@bt­in­ter­net.com

The cast of Trea­sure Is­land in re­hearsal. Photo: Aaron Weight

Alec Dankworth at Box­ford. Below, Ca­role King cel­e­brated in the mu­si­cal, Beau­ti­ful, Ip­swich Re­gent The­atre

Black Shuck puts in an ap­pear­ance at Or­ford

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