Reviewed By Esmee Stimson My children and I are big fans of David Walliams books. We all appreciate his charming tales and anarchic sense of humour. We adore his quirky characters like, The Slightly Annoying Elephant, The Queen’s Orangutan, Shelia the Hippo and The Bear Who...
Apr
27
With an all star cast,  my 8 year old and I, were looking forward to seeing this year’s Ipswich Regent Easter panto; Robin Hood. Unsurprisingly  the theatre was almost at full capacity filled with families and panto fans. The expected sense of anticipation and the...
Apr
18
Written by Clare Jessup When I first heard about there being a pantomime at Easter I wasn’t really too sure how I felt about the idea! As a family we are regulars to the Christmas shows and it’s become a firm favourite in our festive calendar. As I sat in the theatre on...
Apr
15
Charismatic presenter Naomi Wilkinson delivers a highly entertaining, funny and educational show at the Regent. The Regent Theatre is becoming one of my favourite places to go to entertain the family, as it brings productions touring the country to our doorstep which...
Apr
15
Performing arts,  seem to be a quite popular activity among youngsters nowadays, and my son has expressed an interest in joining one. Keeping that in mind and the fact that he had just finished the book, we went to DanceEast today to see the CTC’s Junior Company...
Apr
12
Today we went to The Apex in Bury St Edmunds to watch this year’s pantomime, Alice in Wonderland. We were also extended an invitation to attend the Mad Hatter’s Tea party prior to the show, which had to be booked in advance, and we were encouraged to bring a packed lunch...
Apr
10
Reviewed by Charlotte Jones; Charlotte is mother of Dominic, a bright little boy who is Autistic and has Cerebral Palsy. Yesterday, we traveled to Bury St Edmunds to watch, one of Dominic's favourite stories, The Very Hungry Caterpillar showing at the Royal Theatre...
Apr
09
A wonderfully accessible performance that will be enjoyed by children and adults alike, Gangsta Granny tells the story of 11-year-old Ben (“Little Benny” to his granny, much to his annoyance) and his boring granny… who turns out to be not so boring after all. Despite her love of...
Apr
06