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Your entertainment for the rest of the year is sorted with our 2017 guide. From events for families to adults only, we have it covered with shows at The Regent, Corn Exchange, Dance East and Wolsey Theatre.

A Suffolk carnival’s fourth outing since returning to town after more than 20 years’ absence has been deemed a ‘brilliant’ success by organisers.

From vicious Vikings and sumptuous treats to funfair rides and top bands – Ipswich Waterfront was buzzing with activity for the return of the Maritime Festival.

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As some tired festival-goers retired to their tents for the night, including myself, there were many more who stayed out dancing their way into the early hours. The music had stopped, but their enthusiasm hadn’t dropped at all. How has the excitement not tired these fans out?

Plenty of activities and attractions are on at the Waterfront again today as the Ipswich Maritime Festival has returned across the weekend.

The sun is shining, tents are pitched and V Festival 2017 is now fully underway.

At Newmarket, the home of the king of sports, a prince of pop galloped across the stage and delivered a sterling performance fit for the historic Suffolk town.

A former serviceman from Braintree who competes for the all-disabled Team BRIT in the Fun Cup motorsport series has featured on a top online motoring TV show.

With the V Festival getting under way, health chiefs say it’s important to make sure you are vaccinated if you are attending major events.

A town is set to combine shopping and entertainment by hosting a street party on Sunday, August 27.

Leading lady of West End and Broadway musicals Kerry Ellis and X Factor winner Matt Cardle are to appear on stage together for the first time in a homecoming show in Bury St Edmunds.

One of the most popular folk festivals in the country got under way yesterday as people started to pour in for three days of relaxed fun and excellent music.

One of the Guardian’s top festival picks, FolkEast returns to Glemham Hall today. We sat down with organisers Becky and John Marshall-Potter.

More than 1,700 people will be running through Ipswich this evening – here are the key details for those taking part and going along to cheer them on.

Health bosses are warning people to stay healthy and look after themselves during this year’s V Festival.

Cinema used to thrive on originality. New films, entertaining stories, interesting characters but 25 years all that changed as the studios became fixated on formula and franchise. Arts editor Andrew Clarke argues that its time for a change and a return to smaller, one-off movies

Movies that tell a good story and have engaging characters provide that all-important re-watch value necessary for a great film. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies which may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Singer-songwriter Tony James Shevlin has just recorded a new album which details a three month tour of the back roads of the USA. Arts editor Andrew Clarke met up with the musician who has a taste for Americana

The Railway Children remains one of the nation’s most beloved children’s books and now it is being transferred to the stage. David Henshall talks to David Vince about a new production at Stowmarket’s John Peel Centre

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