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The Mayor's Players , 25th February 2018Concert at Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Chapel Street North, Colchester (22.6 miles)
A collection of extremely memorable, witty and hilarious sketches and songs familiar to all lovers of great comedy performed by the most talented artistes in the Colchester area. Laughter is guaranteed.
There will be bad language and adult themes
Pandora's Box by Jonathan Young, 26th February 2018 to 28th February 2018Concert at Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Chapel Street North, Colchester (22.6 miles)
A spellbinding new play, fusing drama, storytelling, illustration, music and dance, performed by a cast of professional actors and a chorus of community members. Like the sublime stories and mystical worlds of J.K. Rowling and Phillip Pullman, this is a timeless tale that appeals to all ages; an epic story of friendship, courage and sacrifice. Suitable for 7 +
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details on free workshops and the exciting opportunity to be part of the community chorus!
Tickets: Â£11, Â£10 (seniors), Â£9 (students/under 16)
Monday 26th - Tuesday 27th from 5.00pm to 9.00pm Performance: 28th February 7.30pm
The Sam Plackett Trio , 2nd March 2018Concert at Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Chapel Street North, Colchester (22.6 miles)
The Sam Plackett Trio will be returning to the Headgate for an evening of hard-bop, Latin and modern jazz. Colchester-born guitarist Sam Plackett will be accompanied by the remarkable drumming of Tom Jiggins and the legendary Pete Whittaker on Jazz Organ. The members of the ensemble are currently performing their soon-to-be released album and this show at the Headgate is a chance to hear their new material before anyone else. Strictly age 12+. The show will contain loud music.
Tickets: Â£10, Â£8 (students, people with disabilities, ISM/MU members)
A History of Refugees in Ipswich, 8th March 2018, 13:00 to 14:00 at Museum Street Methodist Church, Black Horse Lane, Ipswich (19.7 miles)
Over the centuries, Ipswich has become home to many different groups of refugees from around the world, from the Huguenots of the late 17th century to Basque refugee children and more recent arrivals fleeing persecution and conflict in countries such as Iraq and Syria. This talk aims to reveal the fascinating history of refugees in Ipswich, the mark they have left on the town, and the work of Suffolk Refugee Support in helping our refugee communities.
Admission is free with a retiring collection to defray expenses. Donations of at least two pounds per head are valued to maintain the series. Tea and coffee are served from 12.30pm.
Sweetshop Revolution's International Women's Day Talk, 8th March 2018, 18:00 at DanceEast, Jerwood Dance House, Foundry Lane, Ipswich (20 miles)
Sally Marie will be talking and inviting discussion on women's experiences of relationships across the last 300 years. Drawing on her research into women and sexuality, which has formed the basis of her new work BeautifuL, this discussion coincides with both International Women's Day and the centenary of women winning the vote.
Audiences are invited for a free glass of wine and a chance to hear some of Sally Marie's discoveries, with the opportunity for questions and a chance to share your own perspectives.
Open to all.
Songs for a New World by Jason Robert Brown , 9th March 2018 to 10th March 2018Concert at Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Chapel Street North, Colchester (22.6 miles)
It's about one moment. It's about hitting the wall and having to make a choice... having to take a stand... or turning round and going back. These are the stories and characters of today. The first musical from Tony Award winner, Jason Robert Brown, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.
Saturday matinee performance at 1.30pm
Recommended age 12+ due to some strong language
BeautifuL , 9th March 2018, 19:30 at DanceEast, Jerwood Dance House, Foundry Lane, Ipswich (20 miles)
Following a sell-out performance in 2016, Sally Marie's company Sweetshop Revolution returns to the Jerwood Dancehouse with a brand new piece of dance theatre.
BeautifuL encompasses movement and text, exploring love and sexuality from the point of view of women; what is fantasised about, desired and permissible within the complex web of social structures, expectations and cultural history.
Extraordinary dancers will lead us through their own experience of sexuality and love, and this is contrasted with an exploration of the history of women's sexuality over the last three hundred years.
This piece, along with looking at gender, will also be celebrating the solidarity of woman, taking femininity to a more truthful place, past the gloss of media spin and pressure to conform. BeautifuL is a doorway into a dialogue about how women and men are experiencing relationships, sexuality and the body right now. And at the heart of it lies a question: how do we love and how has it changed?
XWA Pro Wrestling Live In Colchester feat: Former WWE Superstar Simon Gotch & More, 11th March 2018Concert, 15:00 at Charter Hall, Cowdray Avenue, Colchester (22.1 miles)
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Bazaar and Rummage , 14th March 2018 to 17th March 2018Concert, 19:45 to 23:59 at Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Chapel Street North, Colchester (22.6 miles)
Set in 1981, the play sees a group of agoraphobic women and their well- meaning social workers stage a jumble sale to raise awareness of their condition. Confessions and secrets are shared in this bittersweet comedy looking at the strength and frailty of women battling this awful condition.
Contains sexual themes and VERY adult language. Not suitable for children.
Tickets: Â£13, Â£11 (seniors), Â£10 (students)
Saturday matinee performance at 2.30pm
Ipswich Remembers, 17th March 2018 at Ipswich Corn Exchange, , Ipswich (19.8 miles)
Commemorating local stories from the Great War of 1914-18 and featuring Eternal Light: A Requiem by Howard Goodall
To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, music, dance, poetry and animation combine to create an immersive, thought-provoking and moving event. Remembering the town's part in that conflict with personal stories of Ipswich people, both at home and on the front lines, leading up to and during wartime.
Choreographer Mary Davies, supported by DanceEast, with a community cast from across Ipswich, will enact the stories with music specially commissioned from composer Huw Morgan. The Suffolk Poetry Society and historians from Ipswich Choral Society will recreate the news and people's experiences amongst songs from the war years.
The performance concludes with Ipswich Choral Society and Music Director Robin Walker, performing "Eternal Light: A Requiem" by Howard Goodall. The soloists are soprano Gwendolen Martin and tenor Tom Randle.
Saturday 17 March 2018, 2.30pm / 7.30pm
Ipswich Corn Exchange
Tickets Ã?Â£15 (U16s/Students Ã?Â£6) available from the Corn Exchange box office
Tel: 01473 433100 and online at www.ipswichcornexchange.com
(The IBC Box office booking fee of Ã?Â£1 per ticket is included in these prices)
Ipswich Choral Society Registered Charity Number 278866.
Ipswich Remembers is supported by Arts Council England National Lottery funding.
Blood Brothers, 20th March 2018 to 24th March 2018Concert at Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Chapel Street North, Colchester (22.6 miles)
Mickey and Edward are twins who are separated at birth due to their mother's financial and personal struggles. How will their different upbringings affect their adult lives? Mad Hatter return to the Headgate with a new production of this British classic.
Contains strong language and sexual references
Tickets: Â£12, Â£10 Concessions (OAP, Students, Children)
New GDPR Compliance & Cybersecurity, 23rd March 2018, 8:00 to 9:30 at Colbea North, 340 The Crescent, Colchester, The Crescent, Colchester (21 miles)
Two Exclusive Breakfast Seminars hosted by Colbea. Delivered by the East of EnglandÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s leading digital tech authority. Part-funded by CBC to help Colchester Start-ups & SMEs navigate an increasingly digital world.
Expert speakers James Tarling, Partner at Ashtons Legal, and Tim Robinson, COO of TechEast
Ã¢ï¿½Â¢ Failure to comply to GDPR could cost you 4% of your turnover.
Ã¢ï¿½Â¢ Falling victim to a cyber-attack could cost your business even more.
Ã¢ï¿½Â¢ Find out how you can avoid both at this exclusive Colchester seminar delivered by the regionÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s leading digital tech authority.
Book by 9th March for the Early Bird price of only Ã?Â£25 inc VAT & Breakfast OR Book two TechEast at Colbea Seminars for only Ã?Â£45.
Macbeth, 23rd March 2018 to 24th March 2018, 19:30 at DanceEast, Jerwood Dance House, Foundry Lane, Ipswich (20 miles)
The multi-award winning Mark Bruce Company presents a striking dance theatre adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth, a tragic descent into the darkest sides of human nature.
Goaded by the whispers of demons, the Macbeths (Jonathan Goddard, Eleanor Duval) unleash murder for their own gains and set in motion their path to madness and self-destruction, unravelling events in a nightmare they cannot control.
With a cast of nine and designed by the creative team that brought audiences Dracula and The Odyssey, this production realises a beautifully harrowing vision of an internal wasteland formed from the pursuit of power through ruthless means.
Chocolate Bingo, 24th March 2018, 14:00 at 1st Combs Scout Group Hut, , Combs Wood Drive, Stowmarket (11.3 miles)
chocolate Bingo, Where all the prizes to be won are chocolate. its a family event everyone is welcome.
if you require further information about this event please contact Fundraising@1stcombs.co.uk
Ivor Novello - his life and music , 25th March 2018Concert at Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Chapel Street North, Colchester (22.6 miles)
Platform Musicals perform the work of one the most celebrated musical theatre composers of the 20th Century. With selections from some of Ivor Novello's most popular shows, including "The Dancing Years", "Perchance to Dream" and "King's Rhapsody", the Platform singers will perform much loved songs such as "Waltz of My Heart", "We'll Gather Lilacs" and "Someday My Heart Will Awake". A nostalgic journey back to Novello's musical world of melody and romance that is not to be missed!
A special concert given to support the work of Crohn's and Colitis UK.
Performances at 3pm and 7.30 pm.
Elvis Remembered Fan Club
An active club enjoying Elvis's career and music. The club produces a bi-monthly newsletter and encourages contributions from its members. If we can get enough members in the Bury St Edmunds area, social events can be organised. Contact the club at email@example.com asking for a membership pack to be sent to your address. If you wish to join our club, one year’s subscription is £5, upon which you will receive the latest newsletter and a membership card.
If you'd like more information, you can email the club
Milkmaid/Headway Folk Club meet at The Royal British Legion Club, Guildhall Street (0.3 miles)
Organiser Terry Walden ran the Milkmaid Folk Club in Willingham, Cambridgeshire from 1995-99 and in Wymondham, Norfolk from 1999-2002 and is reviving his former role with this new monthly club. All proceeds from the club go to West Suffolk Headway, an activity/rehabilitation centre in Bury St Edmunds for people who have had their lives shattered by brain injury through such things as accidents, strokes and brain tumours.
If you'd like more information, you can telephone Terry on 01284 705780, email Terry or visit thier website
St Edmundsbury Scale Model Club meet at Committee room of the Horringer Community Centre, The Street, Horringer (1.8 miles)
Second Wednesday of every month 7.30pm to 10pm.
Discuss, build and show plastic models of aircraft, helicopters, tanks, cars, ships, etc. We welcome all those who want to improve themselves and the hobby.
If you'd like more information, you can telephone Club Secretary on 01284 750235, email Club Secretary or visit thier website
TinyTalk meet at Southgate Community Centre, Caie Walk (0.9 miles)
The UK's favourite baby signing classes
TinyTalk is the leading baby signing organisation in the United Kingdom.
We provide experienced and well-trained baby signing teachers, delivering quality educational and fun baby signing classes for babies.
TinyTalk offer baby signing and singing classes for mums (or dads!) and their babies or toddlers across the UK.
In each 1-hour baby signing class...
· You and your baby will learn a number of baby signs for useful everyday words and phrases - allowing you to talk to your baby for the first time by baby signing
· You'll spend time singing favourite nursery rhymes and action songs
· Apart from learning baby signing, your baby will also have time to play with a variety of toys - whilst the mums relax with coffee and biscuits!
The TinyTalk approach is both professional and relaxed. TinyTalk baby signing classes are structured but they are also great fun. Parents and babies seem to adore what the TinyTalk baby signing classes formula offers!
· All of our baby signing classes are run on a drop in basis and not pre-booked
· We sing familiar, well-known songs while baby signing
· We charge only once per family (not per child)- i.e. that twins, triplets etc. are not penalised!
· The baby signing classes are lots and lots of fun with a structured but relaxed atmosphere
· TinyTalk use British Sign Language signs in our baby signing classes, enabling everyone to not only communicate with their hearing baby, but also start communication with the Deaf Community
· Our baby signing classes are suitable for 0 to 2 year olds. Even newborns are most welcome! Children over 2 years old can also attend at the discretion of the class teacher.
If you'd like more information, you can visit thier website