PUBLISHED: 10:30 16 March 2019 | UPDATED: 08:47 17 March 2019 Andrew Clarke Latitude is one of the cornerstones of Suffolk's festival season Picture: MEGAN ALDOUS Archant Festival season will soon be upon us. All ready line-ups for the big summer events are being announced and as ever Suffolk is leading the way when it comes to celebrating culture in all its diversity. Sheeran has built a 'wildlife pond' in his back garden - but some neighbours complain it could be used as a swimming pool Picture: BEN BIRCHALL/PA WIREInk Festival - April 12-14, Halesworth CutDuring the three days of The Ink Festival 2019 over 40 brand new, short plays for stage and radio, will be performed at The Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk showcasing East Anglia’s brightest talent including Scarlett Curtis, Shappi Khorsandi, Greg Mosse and Paul Heiney. During the three days there will also be comedy, performance poetry, art, children’s playwriting, talks and workshops.Saturday … [Read more...] about Have you got tickets to one of the festivals coming to Suffolk this summer?
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PUBLISHED: 13:04 12 March 2019 | UPDATED: 13:04 12 March 2019 Let It Raise charity festival is coming to Fakenham this summer. Pictured is a scene from the Rock 4 Jasmine concert which was also held at Fakenham Football Club in 2013. Picture: Matthew Usher. © ARCHANT NORFOLK 2013 A brand new music festival is set to raise the roof in north Norfolk this summer in a bid to promote awareness of cervical and testicular cancer. Let It Raise is being organised by a mother-of-two who recently received the all clear following a life-changing diagnosis after attending her cervical screening.In 2017, Kayleigh Hanlon, 26, of Woodcock Road, Norwich, was told she had cervical abnormalities and needed to be transferred to hospital for a colposcopy, where a biopsy revealed precancerous cells.A year later, they had developed into a higher grade and she underwent LLETZ treatment - a large loop excision of the transformation zone which involved removing the cells.Now, after receiving the all … [Read more...] about Fakenham set to host new family friendly music festival this summer
By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Published 11:30 am CST, Tuesday, February 26, 2019 The India Association of San Antonio hosted the 35th Festival of India Saturday, March 24, 2018, at La Villita. Indian cuisine, culture and traditional dances were featured at the family friendly festival. The India Association of San Antonio hosted the 35th Festival of India Saturday, March 24, 2018, at La Villita. Indian cuisine, culture and traditional dances were featured at the family friendly festival. Photo: Marco Garza For MySA Photo: Marco Garza For MySA Image 1 of / 85 Caption Close Image 1 of 85 The India Association of San Antonio hosted the 35th Festival of India Saturday, March 24, 2018, at La Villita. Indian cuisine, culture and traditional dances were featured at the family … [Read more...] about Date for 2019 San Antonio’s Festival of India at La Villita announced
By Stephanie Schulte | [email protected] | The Press-EnterprisePUBLISHED: November 30, 2018 at 10:41 am | UPDATED: December 16, 2018 at 12:48 pm We’ve collected some of the most notable events happening in Riverside and San Bernardino counties for the holidays. Also, if you need even more ideas, check out these stories: 70+ Christmas and holiday events and things to do in Southern California 16 productions of “The Nutcracker” to see in Southern California in 2018 25 ho ho holiday concerts coming to Southern California These 12 holiday light shows put on dazzling displays across Southern California The list below is organized alphabetically by city and then chronologically. Beaumont 21st Annual Christmas Light Parade: Get into the holiday spirit at Beaumont’s annual holiday parade. Also nearby, the Holiday Craft Extravaganza runs from 4-8 p.m. at the Beaumont Civic Center, 550 E. 6th St., Beaumont.The parade begins at 6 p.m. Dec. 8, Palm Avenue and 12th … [Read more...] about 42 Christmas and holiday events in the Inland Empire for 2018
PUBLISHED: 11:45 20 October 2018 Andrew Clarke The Pyre Parade will end the 2018 Spill Festival in spectacular fashion by parading an effigy, stuffed with bad news, through the town and then setting it alight Photo: Pacitti Company Archant Spill Festival has become an important part of Suffolk’s cultural calendar. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to artistic director Robert Pacitti and was guided through a packed programme Robert Pacitti outside Spill headquarters by Ipswich Museum Photo: Gregg BrownIn the last six years the Spill Festival of Arts has completed its transfer from a London-based event to a completely Suffolk-focused celebration of creativity. This year performance artists, musicians, actors, writers, dancers and creative thinkers are converging on the Ipswich Waterfront to take part in a ten day event, designed to capture the imagination of the people of East Anglia.Festival director Robert Pacitti says that the programme has been … [Read more...] about Something for all the family as Spill expands Ipswich arts festival