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  • Entertainment Venues

    »The Weston Homes Community Stadium

    Playing host to a passel of events throughout the year, the Weston Homes Community Stadium, also known as Colchester Community Stadium, is a premier facility for soccer matches as well as conferences, banquets and weddings. The stadium boasts of a large capacity and has a glass surface. It is the home ground of Colchester United Football Club, and hosts some very intriguing contests. See the website to know more.

    United Way
    Colchester, CO4 5UP

    »Odeon Colchester

    If you find yourself in Colchester, and are looking to catch the newest flick in town, head over to the Odeon. You will not be disappointed thanks to the eight huge screens and a multitude of facilities await each lot of ardent movie-goers. The venue is high-tech, with Dolby Surround Sound and Digital Theater Sound providing a heart-stopping real-life feel to the scenes. Grab a tub of corn and a soda pop and settle in for an enjoyable experience. For details, including those about offers and special vouchers, visit the website.

    Head Street
    Colchester, CO1 1NH

    »Mercury Theatre

    The people of Colchester have been entertained by Mercury Theatre since 1970s, and have institutionalized this long-standing theater. Enjoy the classic plays as well as original acts produced and performed by their in-house theater company of the same name. Apart from this, the theater is also host to other performing arts events like concerts and stand up comedies by local artists. Call ahead or visit their website to know more. Renowned artists like Donald Freed, Trevor Howard and Mike Poulton have showcased their talents at the venue in the past.

    Balkerne Gate
    Colchester, CO1 1PT

    »Colchester Arts Centre

    With the capacity to accommodate about 300 people seated and 400 people standing, Colchester Arts Centre is a premier cultural center of the city. This place hosts shows of all kinds including the stand up comedy shows, theater plays, family shows, literary events and many more. Fully-equipped with the state-of-the-art facility, this venue attracts a lot of crowd from around the city and is a haven for those, who love attending concerts.

    Church Street
    Colchester, CO1 1NF

    »Marks Hall Gardens and Arboretum

    Spanning across an area of over 200 acres, The Marks Hall Gardens and Arboretum is a beautiful landscaped area that will draw you closer to nature. This place features a large tree collection that consists of variety of trees from temperate regions around the globe; a rustic barn that's turned into a visitor's center which has a Tea Room, an information center and a shop; in addition to this there are acres of land to take a stroll. Visit their website for more details.

    Essex, CO6 1TG

    »The Delphi Club

    Located in the town of Sudbury, the Delphi Club is a multi-purpose venue, that has various rooms that it leases out for a range of events. The Delphi Club, also holds entertainment events on a regular basis. See the website to know more.

    Alexandra Road
    Sudbury, CO10 2RR

    »The Institute

    The Institute is an excellent place where various kinds of cultural events take place. To know more, do long onto their website.

    78 High Street
    Kelvedon, CO5 9AA

    »The Quay

    The Quay theater is an important and integral part of the Sudbury town. This theater stages variety of acts, dramas and musicals; every event is well-attended. Each season it brings forth fresh and innovative shows, and presents a perfect mix of classics and amateur plays. It also has an on-site bar that serves excellent varieties of beers, wines and other beverages; entry to the bar is not restricted and you can visit the bar even if you are not attending a show here. That's not it, Quay is also home to various creative societies and clubs that includes Young People Theater, Book Club, The Quay Play Readers Group and Sudbury Musicals Society. For more details, call ahead.

    Quay Lane
    Sudbury, CO10 2AN

    »The Venue at Seawick Holiday Park

    Located in the wonderful Seawick Holiday Park, the Venue is a perfect place to spend the evening with friends and family. Different kinds of events take place at this social house; DJ nights, plays, comedy segments and lots more, where the people can participate.

    Beach Road
    St Osyth, CO16 8SG

    »Portman Road Stadium

    Home ground of local favorites, Ipswich Town Football Club, Portman Road is where you come for great football action. With a seating capacity of 30,000 screaming fans that cover 4 stands, Portman Road is a well known stadium all over the country. As venue for the FA Cup, the stadium saw its record attendance for the match versus Leeds United which was counted at 38,010. Apart from football, Portman road is also used for athletics and hockey. Recently the grounds has been venue for concerts of the biggest names in the music industry including Elton John, Tina Turner and R.E.M.

    Portman Road
    Ipswich, IP1 2DA

    »Cineworld Ipswich

    For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Cineworld Ipswich. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call +44 871 220 8000 or check out their website.

    11 Grafton Way
    Ipswich, IP1 1AX

    »Flicks One And Two

    For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Flicks One And Two. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.

    129 Pier Avenue
    Clacton-on-Sea, CO15 1NJ
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