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The East of England has spawned a myriad of theatrical types. Academy Award winners Sir John Mills and Olivia Colman grew up in Great Yarmouth and Norwich respectively, two-times Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes was born in Ipswich, while Hollywood A-lister Hugh Jackman regularly returns to Norwich to visit his mother and watch his beloved Norwich City FC.

The region also enjoys more than its share of theatrical offerings. The New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich is internationally known for staging daring new works while the Theatre Royals of Norwich and Bury St Edmunds consistently stage productions fresh from London’s West End.

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St Mary’s Works
St Marys Plain, Norwich
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Seagull Theatre
Suffolk, NR33 0JH
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The Regal Theatre
Stowmarket, Suffolk
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The Regent
Ipswich, Suffolk
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The Cut
8 New Cut, Halesworth
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Suffolk Summer Theatres
Southwold, Suffolk
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Red Rose Chain
Ipswich, Suffolk
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Sir John Mills Theatre
Ipswich, Suffolk
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Haverhill Arts Centre
Haverhill, Suffolk
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The Hush House
Woodbridge, Suffolk
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Eastern Angles
Ipswich, Suffolk
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The Apex
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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Ipswich Corn Exchange
Ipswich, Suffolk
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The New Wolsey Theatre
Ipswich, Suffolk
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Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds
Westgate St, Bury Saint Edmunds
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Fisher Theatre
Bungay, Suffolk
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