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Abbey 1000 gets underway in Bury St Edmunds this month - celebrations will recreate the journeys of pilgrims to the tow and the monks who lived there more than 1,000 years ago.
Suffolk's acclaimed INK Festival, the UK's best showcase for original new plays, is bigger and better than ever - four days, eight venues, 50 plays. Catherine Larner tells us what to expect
Suffolk's inspirational Ink Festival returns big time this spring with more than 50 original short plays from local writers, alongside specially created works by some famous names, and among them is the nation's favourite nurse...
Printmaker Angela Harding's beautiful and evocative illustrations of the natural world, inspired by annual sailing trips around Suffolk's coast and rivers, are favourite choices for everything from book covers to journals, calendars and tea towels.
Aldeburgh-based illustrator Astra Taylor-Todd has forged a brilliant new career creating children's books inspired by her global travels and an 1,800 mile trek across America.
Why do statues have such power to unite and divide us? It's a question writer Bee Rowlatt will be exploring at this year's Primadonna Festival in Stowmarket.
Felixstowe Book Festival patron Esther Freud's ninth novel imagines what might have happened had her mother's complicated life taken a more sinister path.
It's fun, it's original, it's energetic and possibly a bit mad...it's the Handlebards cycling to an outdoor venue hopefully near you.
Frank Cottrell-Boyce finds modern lessons in the stories of scripture. Interview by Catherine Larner.
The latest titles, awards and news - including children's writers AM Howell and Astra Taylor-Todd and histories of Waldringfield and Ramsholt.
Enjoy libraries online, writing competitions, new books and a virtual festival
Lockdown can't stop us singing! Take Bury Bach Choir - concerts may be cancelled but they're using technology to stay in harmony
These are exciting times for regional theatre, says Eastern Angles' director Ivan Cutting.
Comedy writer Jon Canter's play about the perils of writing books adds an exciting dimension to the Aldeburgh Literary Festival
Bury St Edmunds has big plans to celebrate the millennium of its ancient abbey at the heart of the town's identity.