Clare Teal and her Mini Big Band at The Apex May 20
This year’s Beauty and the Beast panto at the Theatre Royal was an extravaganza of colour, sound and hilarity as the magical story unfolded.
This was a performance of great music making and happily one with plenty of political comment running through.
The fantastic melding of bass clarinet and piano brought some great sounds as jazz maestro Courtney Pine worked his magic alongside superb playing from awards winning jazz pianist Zoe Rahman.
The eagerly awaited performance by Nigel Kennedy opened this year’s Bury Festival and wowed the packed Apex to the core.
The search is on for more choristers for Bury St Edmunds as one of the oldest choirs in the town aims to expand its membership.
An appeal has been lodged against a council’s refusal of planning permission for a traveller site on woodland on the south east strategic development site in Bury.
Plans have been submitted which mark the start of the project to create a third screen for Abbeygate Picturehouse in Bury St Edmunds.
Tributes have been paid to Adrian ‘Ady’ Calton, a well known and respected police officer whose body was found by the railway line in Needham Market last week.
Teenager Harriet Almond was undermarked by six points in one of her GCSEs but has now scooped a full house of 12 A*s and As following an appeal.
Two long standing members of staff at Lakenheath Primary School said farewell today as they retired after clocking up 48 years between them.
The new landlady at The Greyhound in Eastgate Street says she is aiming to make the pub a community/family venue as well as maintaining a warm welcome for its regular drinkers.
Estate agents Whatley Lane has been helping put Suffolk properties on the map by taking part in a new game show soon to be aired by ITV.
A draft document to deal with future traffic gridlock as Bury expands is currently being drawn up by county hall bosses.
Lovers of the 20s and 30s dance band music were not disappointed by the superbly stylish show from this 11-piece band which had its audience at The Apex captivated and calling for more by the end of the evening.
Dragons in all their glory will be fascinating visitors to West Stow Anglo Saxon Village this weekend when it hosts its Dragon Festival.
This gem from Coward opened a little tentatively but soon got into its stride as the bohemian Bliss family confounded their guests with their rude and self-involved lifestyle.
Everyone wanted to join the tour. The fully subscribed walk attracted many more than our three guides could accommodate and you could understand why.
This concert by Dame Evelyn Glennie was not for the faint hearted. The pieces were created and performed with the aim of their audience engaging in a full listening experience.
A fast paced entertaining gem by this bijou theatre company which romped its way through this tale of the Norse gods.