Introducing. . . Owen Calvert-Lyons, Artistic Director at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds
Frustrated by lockdown and not being able to make the most of his favourite seasonal ingredients, Zack's dreaming of springtime
Feeeling grumpy after a year like no other, Gemma turns to comfort food and offers a cure for our 2020 hangover
Get in gear and give yourself an event to look forward to in 2021
Lockdown restriction have allowed time to bring new dishes and ideas to the menu
Since lockdown, the coffee industry has turned to home brewers using online platforms to enjoy their coffee at home
Explore the world of botanics in all its beauty
It's time to dust off your witch’s hat, fire up your broomstick and have some spellbinding Hallowe'en fun.
The annual Ride and Stride fundraising event for Suffolk churches will go ahead on Saturday, September 12, organisers have announced.
Bid to support struggling grassroots music venues
Star of Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Have I Got News for You and Q.I, Shappi Khorsandi is on the road with her new show and pops in at The Apex on May 14. Expect whip-crack jokes and razor-sharp wit delivered with mischief and endless charm
It’s back, it’s bigger, it’s better, the Bury St Edmunds Fringe Festival is set to showcase local-grown talent over six thrilling weeks
The actress and director known for her starring roles in Romancing the Stone, Jewel of the Nile, War of the Roses and Who Framed Roger Rabbit (the voice of Jessica Rabbit), will soon be lending her trademark husky alto to classic tunes from the American songbook.
A world premiere and a performance by a young soloist from Culford School are on the programme of the Bury Friendly Orchestra’s upcoming concert.
A very special exhibition capturing the life of Bruce Springsteen at work and play will open in Newmarket this summer. Photographer Jo Lopez had unbridled access to the iconic star who was born to run.
He’s appeared with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Danielle De Niese, played at Wigmore Hall and Glyndebourne, but now pianist Matthew Fletcher bring his talents to his home town to play at Suffolk Sinfonia’s spring concert. Debbie Rodman discovers how this award-winning pianist was born with music in his veins.
As winter’s harshness fades, spring is heralded by the appearance of one of nature’s most elegant indicators of warmer times to come, as the snowdrop raises its graceful and defiant head
Singer Liza Pulman tells us about the career path that led to her new show celebrating the magnificent Barbra Streisand and how she cheated death in the 7/7 bombings
Local girl Abi Hood returns to the Theatre Royal in a show that celebrates the power of the human imagination.
The excitement is building as Bury Festival 2018 gets set for its official launch next month. Here Culture gets a sneak peak at a few of the artists taking part.