Michael Coveney: First night flurry in Dagenham as HighTide regroups in Suffolk
Russell Brand rubbed shoulders with Andrew Lloyd Webber in the Adelphi stalls
HighTide Festival relocates from Halesworth to Aldeburgh
The new writing festival was established in 2007
Alan Oke - from Grimes on the Beach to Anna Nicole
The doyen of psychological operatic acting discusses his career as a baritone-turned-tenor
The Late Edwina Black (Aldeburgh)
The dead cannot hurt the living. Or so we are always reassured. But is that necessarily true?
Sherlock's Last Case (Aldeburgh, Southwold)
That mythical creator of the labyrinth Daedalus would have been proud of the late Charles Marowitz's twists and turns in his play which takes Conan Doyle's most celebrated creation and runs rings around the concept.
Deathtrap (Southwold – tour)
If the decades before mobile phones and laptop computers – let alone tablets – seem a part of history, some of the plays of that period still punch a punch in the 21st century. One of these is Ira Levin's "Deathtrap".
Taking Steps (tour - Southwold)
"Taking Steps" is not the most frequently revived of Alan Ayckbourn's plays. So it makes an interesting choice to launch Suffolk Summer Theatres' 2014 season.
Suffolk Summer Theatres' 2014 season
Summer by the seaside in East Anglia is more than sugared-almond coloured beach huts, elegant 18th century houses and freshly-caught local fish. It also means theatre.
The Canterville Ghost (Framlingham, Aldeburgh, Ipswich)
By Wilf Arasaratnam
Suffolk is lucky to have a variety of theatrical treats at Christmas time, not just fed a diet of celebrity-laden pantomimes. One of those treats this Christmas is The Canterville Ghost by Pat Whymark and Julian Harries
Chris Grady: Marking centenaries in Bloomsbury and Aldeburgh
This week I have been at St George's Church in Bloomsbury reflecting on the amazing legacy of the Suffragettes on the 100th anniversary of the day when Emily Wilding Davison threw herself ...