The Ultimate Guide to the Best Performances Taking Place in Suffolk This Winter

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Last Updated on March 9, 2023

As the nights draw in and we exchange pub gardens for pub interiors, there’s no better time to review all of the exciting performances taking place in Suffolk this winter. A fantastic way of keeping warm and entertained when visiting our Barns for rent, we’ve pulled together a list of things to see and do during your winter getaway.

The Australian Pink Floyd: Ipswich Regent Theatre, 29th November

Renowned for bringing together the sound and stage show of the genre-defining Pink Floyd, the equally esteemed Australian cover band treats audiences to a truly one of a kind experience. Returning to Ipswich in support of their All That’s To Come tour, the band’s set will include songs from every era of Pink Floyd’s discography. An award-winning tribute to one of the biggest bands the world has ever seen, the Australian Pink Floyd show is defined by state of the art light and video shows which finely capture the essence of the original. 

G4 Christmas Show: St Edmundsbury Cathedral, 17th December

Whilst Bury St Edmunds shines throughout the year, there can be no denying that its streets and cathedral come into their own during winter. Indeed, it is a quintessential Christmas town, thanks to its markets and array of cosy pubs and restaurants. This year, visitors are able to experience the town and all of its Christmas cheer with a highly anticipated festive performance from G4 taking place in the beautiful St Edmundsbury Cathedral. A celebration of Christmas classics, this harmonic masterclass promises to get everyone in the spirit inside of a truly iconic venue.

An Evening of 60s Classics: Apex Bury St Edmunds, 31st January

Hosted by legendary Radio 2 DJ, Tony Blackburn, the Apex in Bury St Edmunds will come to life with classic hits from the 60s this January. Performed by the Sounds of the 60s All Star Band, guests can be assured of enjoying all of their favourite songs from the decade as well as a series of behind the scenes stories from Tony himself.

To enjoy all of these events and so much more when visiting Suffolk, be sure to take a look at our Barns and Barges for rent to ensure that you have a cosy retreat to return to once you’re ready to call it a day.