What's Happening in Sudbury This July
25th June 2015
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What’s On in Sudbury  - July 2015

Whatever time of year, Sudbury always has something to enjoy.   In July, it will be the seventh year, Sudbury Town Council have put on Party in the Park.  The event aims to raise the profile of the diverse range of clubs and groups in and around Sudbury on July 19 starting at 11am in Belle Vue Park.   There will be displays by local groups, a range of activities and live music in the evening.

Belle Vue Park is also the venue for The Pantaloons presentation of ‘Pride & Prejudice’.  Tickets for the open air show are available from the Tourist Information Centre for this new adaptation of the literary classic.

Sudbury & District Horticultural Society are holding their annual show on July  4 and 5 in St. Peter’s.  Come in to see the exhibits of veg, fruit, flowers, handy crafts and cookery, entry is only 50p for adults and 10p for children.

Throughout July, St. Peter’s will be continuing with the free lunchtime concerts every Tuesday between 12.30 and 1.30, Kettle & Fish hold their peaceful café and information centre every Thursday and not forgetting the very successful Farmers Market which is held on the last Friday of every month and Craft Fair on July 11.


From July 27 to August 1, the Quay Theatre will be running its 25th year of Summer Schools for young people aged 10 to 15 years.  It’s a chance to learn and refine performance skills through classes, workshops and performances. 


With the summer holidays starting, the Quay Theatre is putting on the kid’s musical Dean Friedman’s Smelly Feet on July 24 and the film Disney’s The Jungle Book on July 25.


Gainsborough’s House has a children’s event, Suffolk Treasures on July 28 from 10am to 1.30pm.  

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