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Could you be one of our new trustees?

10 May 2024

We're looking for new Trustees to join our Board and support our ongoing work

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A crowd of people gather outside St Mary's Church / Deanery Tower waiting for the light show. The Blooming Art poster image is projected onto the tower

A look back at Blooming Art for World Art Day 2024

15 April 2024

Celebrating the artistic legacy of Hadleigh

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Introducing Boost: Creative Career Bursaries!

12 April 2024

We're partnering with arts organisations across Ipswich to launch a new Creative Career Bursary scheme in the town

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Eastern Angles logo - the title Eastern is written in teal with Angles underneath in orange. They're staked to leave a gap in the bottom left with black text "Theatre Company". In the top right corner is a teal location pin with the letters EA written in the middle.

Introducing our new logo and Youth Theatre programme!

29 February 2024

Marking a new chapter in Eastern Angles' history

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We’re bringing new life to Hadleigh’s artistic legacy in an exciting community project!

15 February 2024

Community art exhibition and light show on Hadleigh's Deanery Tower

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Digital graphic illustration of yellow houses in a row

Call for submissions to a new audio history project, Streets Aloud!

2 February 2024

Add your story to an atmospheric audio experience inspired by the town of Eye

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Poster image for Stones In His Pockets - in the background are columns of film rolls in the green and red piece of film reel in his mouth

Casting opportunity for Stones In His Pockets

5 January 2024

​We're looking for two male actors for the roles of Charlie and Jake in our upcoming spring production of Stones in His Pockets.

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Young people perform on the Cornhill in Ipswich Town Centre as a crowd of people watch

Eastern Angles Theatre Company advocate for a reconsideration of cultural investment cuts proposed by Suffolk County Council

4 January 2024

Our statement in response to the proposed decision to cut investment to the arts and cultural sector across Suffolk by 100% from April 2025 by SCC

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Announcing our Golden Fairytale Competition winners!

30 November 2023

Read our winning stories from Noah and Jacinda

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