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More details - The Moon exhibition
“Touch our nearest neighbour…” Humanity has gazed up at the moon for millennia, but now we’ve brought it a little closer to Earth… Explore moon mythology; discover the science behind our nearest neighbour; re-live historic moments in space exploration; and touch one of the rarest items on Earth.
Moyse’s Hall Museum, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds
Today to Sat 9 Mar

Play Steeldrums More details - Play Steeldrums
Learn to play the beautiful instrument will call a Steelpan or Steel drum as you may know it by. This is a fun class with no pressure to learn, you just need to be enthusiastic and want to have fun . U16’s are Free.
Central Lab Studios, 6 Smart Street IPSWICH
Wed 23 Jan, Sat 26 Jan, Wed 30 Jan, Sat 2 Feb, Wed 6 Feb, Sat 9 Feb, Wed 13 Feb, Sat 16 Feb, Wed 20 Feb, Sat 23 Feb, Wed 27 Feb, Sat 2 Mar, Wed 6 Mar, Sat 9 Mar, Wed 13 Mar, Sat 16 Mar
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More details - FunDancing in Nayland
FunDancing - Dance Fitness Shimmy, Shake, Wiggle & Giggle while making new friends and laughing lots. Each class is 60 minutes long Warm Up - Dance Routines - Cool Down Wear comfortable clothing and light flexible shoes (preferably with small heel) Bring water with you.
Nayland Village Hall,St James Wall, Church Lane, Nayland
Wed 23 Jan, Wed 30 Jan, Wed 6 Feb, Wed 13 Feb

More details - Sick at The Seagull, Lowestoft
Sick is a bittersweet, bizarre and highly entertaining hour-long one-woman show. Storyteller Shey Hargreaves draws on her real life experience of working as a receptionist on a busy emergency unit to explore the way that austerity impacts on patients, the staff who care for them, and their families and friends.
19-75 Morton Road, Lowestoft
Thu 24 Jan 19

More details - An Evening With Psychic Medium, Chris Riley
The evening will include readings for guests of the event. Chris will choose audience members he is drawn to, or he will describe a deceased person in which an audience member will respond to.
The Cedars Hotel, Needham Road, Stowmarket
Thu 24 Jan 19

More details - Monthly Meeting, Ipswich Group, Suffolk Family History Soc.
Ipswich Group, Suffolk Family History Society Monthly Meeting. A Specially written talk, by Chris Turland “The History of the Suffolk Fire Service” - an illustrated talk on the history of fire fighting in Suffolk from early beginnings to the formation of the national fire service during world war 2 and the...
Co-op Education Centre, 11 Fore Street, Ipswich Ip4 1JW (Car Park in Waterworks Street IP4 1JG)
Thu 24 Jan 19

More details - Bingo
Bingo in aid of Children’s Liver Disease Foundation - charity number 1067331 Do join us - we look forward to seeing you. Bar open. Raffle We run bingo on the last Friday of the month to raise funds for locally nominated charities and good causes.
Syleham and Wingfield village hall
Fri 25 Jan 19

More details - Celebration of Robert Burns
Following on from our successful celebration of Robert Burns evening last year, we are holding a 2nd one this year. The evening will consist of a three course meal, soup, haggis, tatties and neeps plus dessert. Followed by a ceilidh with caller by Fairgreen. Also a licensed bar and raffle.
Ringsfield Village Hall, Church Road, Ringsfield, Beccles
Sat 26 Jan 19

More details - United Kingdom Fellowship, Vintage Cream Team
United Kingdom Fellowship is hosting its third Vintage Cream Tea on pretty china in pleasant surroundings, including finger sandwiches, scones with jam and cream, plus a piece of cake as a blessing to the community of Saxmundham and surrounding area. All are welcome.
The Market Hall, 29 High Street, Saxmundham
Sat 26 Jan 19

More details - Foundation Course in Dowsing with the British Society of Dowsers
The Foundation course is designed to give those with little or no experience of dowsing a comprehensive basic understanding of dowsing, including philosophy, applications, techniques, ethics and personal protection.
Flatford Mill Field Centre, East Bergholt Suffolk
Sat 26 Jan 19 and Sun 27 Jan

More details - Treasure Island Pantomime
PUZZLE HOUSE PANTOMIMES present a traditional family pantomime that is based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic adventure story about treasure maps, pirates and parrots! Six actors portray a range of characters in a show full of songs, live keyboard music, thrills, spills and silliness.
Botesdale Village Hall, Diss Road, Botesdale
Sat 26 Jan 19

More details - Long Melford Book Fair
Between 12 and 15 exhibitors will be offering a wide range of secondhand, out of print and collectable books for sale. Often also postcards and ephemera. Home made refreshments available. Free parking. The longest running independent book fair in East Anglia.
Memorial Hall (opp Bull Hotel), Long Melford
Sat 26 Jan 19

More details - Farmers & Crafts Market
Local meat producer and seller TFM Butchers of Isleham. Sally of The Pie Kitchen with award winning pies, cheese, olives & more from Mildenhall Barleycorn Deli; Wild Flour Kitchen with Scotch Eggs, Pork Pies & veggies options, Freckenham eggs; unusual preserves; local Honey; seasonal veg, homemade produce; bread...
Freckenham Village Hall, Fordham Road, Freckenham, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 26 Jan 19

More details - Treasure Island Pantomime
PUZZLE HOUSE PANTOMIMES present a traditional family pantomime that is based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic adventure story about treasure maps, pirates and parrots! Six actors portray a range of characters in a show full of songs, live keyboard music, thrills, spills and silliness.
Little Bealings Village Hall, Woodbridge
Sun 27 Jan 19

More details - 27th International Conference on Dentistry and Dental Practice
EuroSciCon invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “24th International Conference on Dentistry & Dental Practice” during January 28-29, 2019 at Barcelona, Spain which includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks (Speaker forum and Young research forum), Poster presentations, Workshops and
Hotel Augusta Barcelona Valles AP-7, Km 12 5, 08410, Barcelona, Spain
Mon 28 Jan 19 and Tue 29 Jan

More details - Building Safer & Thriving Communities conference
The Building Safer & Thriving Communities conference brings together leading experts to discuss issues of anti-social behaviour affecting local businesses and share practical and cost-effective advice on how to protect your business, people and assets.
Wherstead Park
Tue 29 Jan 19

More details - Monthly Meeting Martlesham Heath Aviation Soc. 1st February
Monthly Meeting, The Martlesham Heath Aviation Society Friday Feb 1st. Chris Turland, in this illustrated talk, presents the fascinating, yet little known and little acknowledged story of “World War aircraft production in Ipswich” including the 2 seat pusher fig The next Martlesham Heath Aviation Society Meeting...
Martlesham Heath Community Centre, Felixstowe Road, Martlesham Heath, Suffolk
Fri 1 Feb 19

More details - Family Race Night
Stowmarket U11 Rugby Team present A Family Fun Race Night £5 entry includes burger and chips Sponsor a race - £50
Stowmarket Rugby Club Chilton Fields Stowmarket
Fri 1 Feb 19

More details - Monthly Barn Dance :- Caller Polly Dare: Song Spot - Sound Tradition
Dance Folkus ’Come All Ye’ Band will play for this dance. The caller is Polly Dare. The ’Come All Ye’ band led by Harbour Lights welcomes other musicians ( book in advance) So if anyone wants to try out playing in a Barn Dance Band , this is your opportunity.
Woodbridge Community Hall, Station Road, Woodbridge
Fri 1 Feb 19

More details - Genesis Connected
Genesis Connected is a UK tribute show celebrating the music of Genesis and the biggest selling acts connected to them: Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Mike & the Mechanics. This show has an incredible mix of material, from atmospheric anthems to chart toppers that will get the crowd dancing in their seats.
Marina Theatre, Marina, Lowestoft
Sat 2 Feb 19

More details - Course Advice Day
Come along to our Course Advice Day from 9am until 12pm and find out about our wide range of courses available for you. The Course Advice Day will offer an opportunity to meet the senior team, speak to our experienced tutors and have a tour of our fantastic facilities.
Otley Campus, Charity Lane, Otley
Sat 2 Feb 19

More details - East Anglia Chamber Orchestra
Brahms - Symphony No 2 Shostakovitch - Cello Concerto No 1 Jacques Cohen - Elegy on a Floating Chord One of the 19th century’s great symphonies, one of the 20th century’s finest concerti, and an excellent work by our very own conductor: a thrilling and varied programme awaits you!
The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 2 Feb 19

More details - Ice Age Art & the modern mind
Extraordinary art created up to 40,000 years ago and what it tells us about ourselves. Enjoy a lavishly illustrated talk on the latest discoveries about Ice Age Art and how these reveal the thinking of our ancient ancestors. The talk includes some portable art and some cave wall art from Britain and abroad.
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Icklingham Road, West Stow, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 2 Feb 19

More details - Charity Quiz NIght
We are organizing a charity quiz night to raise money for the underprivileged children in the Philippines to help with their education. Our members will be going to the Philippines to distribute some children clothes, shoes and school supplies.
Ipswich Wanderers Football Club Humber Doucy Lane Ipswich
Sat 2 Feb 19

More details - Friday Freckenham Film Night - Mama Mia II Here We Go Again
Film nights are back after a 2 month break with the toe tapping, fun movie Mama Mia II. Five years after the events of Mama Mia (2008). Sophie prepares for the grand re-opening of the Hotel Bella Donna as she learns more about her Mother’s past. PG13.
Freckenham Village Hall, Fordham Road, Freckenham, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 2 Feb 19

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