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Ipswich summertimeIn this special events paper weare bringing you details of lots
of events to keep everyoneentertained all summer
Dont miss a minute of it!
Ipswich Summertimeis published byIpswich BoroughCouncil and deliveredto households inIpswich. It is alsopublished in theIpswich Star and isavailable online atwww.ipswich.gov.uk
IPSWICH ARTS FESTIVAL19 JUNE-12 JULYIp-art, the Ipswich Arts Festival, is bringing you four weekends of funthis summerHIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
IPSWICH JAZZ FESTIVALFriday 19 June-Sunday 28 June
THEATRE ON THE LAWNWednesdays 1 July & 8 July
OPEN AIR CINEMA Saturday 4 July
IPSWICH MUSIC DAYSunday 5 July
GLOBAL RHYTHMSaturday 11 July
INDIAN SUMMER MELASunday 12 July
There is something for everyone,including the fabulous Ipswich MusicDay in Christchurch Park, the UKsbiggest one-day free music festival.
Also sure to draw huge audiences are theIndian Mela and Global Rhythms.Madcap comedy team the Pantaloonsare offering twice as much mirth this year,with performances of Jane Austens Pride& Prejudice in Christchurch Park andShakespeares Much Ado About Nothingin Holywells.
Shakespeare in Suffolk, set inChristchurch Mansion, sees the Bardstouring company arrive in Suffolk in theyear 1596. Plague, spies and playwrights!
For the first time, a skateboardingcompetition will enable youngsters toshow off their talents, while guidedwalks and circus workshops add to thefun.
For classical music fans, the IpswichOrchestral Society will be performing inthe Corn Exchange and there is aClassical Picnic Concert in the park.
An open-air film day at ITFC, theIpswich Jazz Festival, street marketsand lots of performance and visualarts treats are also included.
Ipswich Armed Forces Day on 28thJune in Christchurch Park will mark theanniversaries of VE Day and VJ Day andcommemorate the Battle of Waterloo.Attractions include a climbing wall, assaultcourses, music, dance andre-enactments.
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Saturday 27th June 7.30pm -10pm Noemi NutiCouncil Chamber, Ipswich Town Hall, Cornhill, Ipswich, IP1 1DH. Peppery Productions & Jazz East at the Fludyers present: Vocalist Noemi Nuti accompanied by Quentin Collins trumpet/flugelhorn, Andrew McCormack piano, Tim Thornton - double bass and Ernesto Simpson - drums. A show with some of the finest Brazilian and British jazz.Supported by a short performance by the South Suffolk Youth Jazz Ensemble. Tickets 16 (including 1 booking fee), 13 for full-time students and unemployed from Ipswich Regent Box Office Ipswich Tourist Information Centre Tel 01473 433100 www.ipswichregent.com
Saturday 27th June 2pm 5pm Jazz Drumming for Absolute beginners Gallery 3, Ipswich Town Hall, Cornhill, Ipswich, IP1 1DH. A workshop led by Ipswich jazz drummer and bandleader Bob Airzee. Please bring drumsticks. Tickets 12 from Ipswich Regent Box Office Box Office Ipswich Tourist Information Centre Tel 01473 433100 or www.ipswichregent.com
Sunday 28th June 3pm - 5pmWeird Rare Animal Isaacs on the Quay, Ipswich, IP4 1AS. No, not another heavy metal pub band but the unique Ipswich modern jazz trio who play a selection of modern jazz classics from the jazz masters, but often in a startlingly new way. Charlie Parker as reggae or funkJohann Sebastian Bach played swing.Free
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Friday 26th June 7pm MorphologyArlingtons Brasserie, Museum St, Ipswich IP1 1HE.Jazz dinner and live music by outstanding jazz quartet Morphology who draw on the cool sounds of 1950s West Coast America; melodic compositions from the avant-garde scene and original pieces by the band.Music which is bright, breezy and easy to listen to. A fresh acoustic sound dominated only by the absence of drums. Only 20 for three courses, so book now. www.arlingtonsbrasserie.co.uk
Pre-event dinner offerEarly Dinner Menu for just 10Come to Arlingtons Brasserie before a jazz festival event and enjoy our special Pre-Festival Early Dinner Menu for just 10. This includes a main course and glass of wine or beer. Available between 5pm 7pm weekdays and week-ends, Just mention Ipswich Jazz Festival when you come. www.arlingtonsbrasserie.co.uk
For the best radio coverage of the festival tune into BBC Radio Suffolk. The organisers would like to thank our sponsors.
Welcome to the Ipswich Jazz Festival, in partnership with the Ipswich Arts Festival. With its active, local jazz scene, Ipswich is a great place to host a jazz festival.
Saturday 20th June 1pm 5pm Learn How to Sing JazzGallery 3, Ipswich Town Hall, Cornhill, Ipswich, IP1 1DH. A workshop and masterclass led by local jazz musician Andi Hopgood. An overview of all things jazz singing. Tickets 12 from Ipswich Regent Box Office Ipswich Tourist Information Centre Tel 01473 433100 or www.ipswichregent.com
Saturday 20th June 9pm 11pmJazz Arrivals The Woolpack, Tuddenham Rd, Ipswich, IP4 2SH. Jazz Arrivals play a mixture of Swingy-Jazz-Soul-Funky-Blues with a jaunty nod towards the organ sound of the 50s and 60s. Free (but donations welcome!)
Sunday 21st June 12.00-3pm Fathers Day lunch Cock and Pye, Upper Brook St, Ipswich, IP4 1EG. Listen to four Suffolk jazz bands. Free admission
Sunday 21st June 3pm 5pm Body and Soul Jazz Band Isaacs on the Quay, Ipswich, IP4 1AS. Playing a popular mix of jazz including standards from the great American songbook, funk, Latin, blues and also some unusual treatments of modern pop songs. Free
Sunday 21st June 8pm 10.30pm Zoe Francis, Jim Mullen and the Chris Ingham Trio California Club, 195 Foxhall Rd, Ipswich, IP3 8LB. Hosted by Ipswich Jazz Club. Outstanding singer Zoe will be joined by accomplished guitarist Jim Mullen and East Anglias premier jazz trio of Chris Ingham, keyboards, Mick Hutton, bass and George Double, drums. Tickets 13.00 on the door
A mix of live music performances, films, art and workshops, the ten day festival has something for everyone who enjoys jazz or who wants to begin enjoying this great music. Many events are free and there are also live gigs by some of the top names in British jazz. So come and listen or even join in!
2nd June - 27th JuneJazz Art and Artefacts ExhibitionTea Room Gallery, Ipswich Town Hall, Cornhill, Ipswich, IP1 1DH.Open Tuesday Saturday 10am 4pm With an open view Jazz Lounge Saturday 6th June 1.30pm-4pm, including live jazz. Free
16th June 27th June Jazz Photography Exhibition Subterranean Boulevard Gallery, 21 St Peters Street, Ipswich,Including Jazz Camera, the work of music photographer John Watson. Open View 18th June 5.30pm 8pm Gallery Open: Tuesday Saturday 10.00am 4pm Sunday 21st 11am - 3pm Free
Thursday 18th JuneIpswich Community Radio (ICR) Jazz Grooves with GerryG 8pm-10pm. A special festival preview show on 18th June and again on Thursday 25th June. Also, Velvet Jazz Lounge with Althea Browne. 12.00 2pm Sunday 21st June. 105.7 FM, www.icrfm.co.uk, or via the tunein apps.
Friday 19th June 7.45pm 9.30pm Clare Teal and her trio New Wolsey Theatre, Civic Drive, Ipswich, IP1 2AS. 01473 295900Fleece Jazz at the Stoke by Nayland Hotel presents Clare Teal and her trio. Clare Teal performs jazz standards, including music by her heroes, Ella Fitzgerald, Doris Day and Peggy Lee as well as more contemporary covers and original material. Beautiful melodies, fabulous arrangements all interspersed with Clares warm and witty story telling. A night of wonderful music to open the Ipswich Jazz Festival.Tickets from 10. www.wolseytheatre.co.uk
Friday 19th June 5.30pm 7pm. Jazz MasterclassBefore Clare Teals show, her band (Jason Rebello - piano, Simon Little bass and Matt Skelton - drums) will run a masterclass for local jazz players and music lovers on the New Wolsey Theatre stage. Some local players will have an opportunity to improvise on stage with the band during the class and receive feedback. Tickets 10. www.wolseytheatre.co.uk
Tuesday 23rd -Saturday 27th JuneClassic Jazz FilmsIpswich Film Theatre, Corn Exchange, Ipswich IP1 1DH.
The Man with the Jazz Guitar (PG)Dir: Marc Mason, UK, 2012, 115 minsA delightful portrait of the fascinating 50s jazz musician and popular radio broadcaster, Ken Sykora. Inspired by Django Reinhardt, Kens musical career was cut short by the 2nd World War and rocknroll. He moved into broadcasting where he worked on more than 3000 programmes over 4 decades. At the peak of his popularity in the early 70s he suddenly and unexpectedly quit the BBC and moved his wife and young family from Suffolk to Scotland, to run a hotel, in the middle of nowhere. Featuring intimate interviews with his children, close friends and colleagues, Ken is creatively brought to life through a mix of animation and his radio voice. Tues 23rd June 2.30pm and 7.30pm Wed 24th June 7.30pm Thurs 25th June 2.30pm
MoBetter Blues (15)Dir: Spike Lee, US, 1990, 124 minsDenzel Washington, Spike Lee, Wesley SnipesBleek Gilliam (Denzel Washington) is an ace jazz trumpeter with his own quintet and a love of the ladies but trouble is on the horizon as his saxophonist wants to leave and his manager struggles with gambling debts. A subtle portrait of a jazz musician with a soundtrack by jazz greats.Thurs 25th and Fri 26th June 7.30pm Sat 27th June 2.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets 7/3 (25 and under) are available from