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Music and drama activities cancelled

PUBLISHED: 13:53 08 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:51 06 July 2010

SNOW has forced the cancellation of many events across Suffolk and also the closure of some venues.

The West Suffolk Performing Arts Centre, King Edward VI Upper School, Bury St Edmunds, North Suffolk Music Centre at Kirkley Community High School, Lowestoft, and Northgate Arts Centre, Ipswich, are all shut and scheduled activities due to take place this evening have been cancelled.

SNOW has forced the cancellation of many events across Suffolk and also the closure of some venues.

The West Suffolk Performing Arts Centre, King Edward VI Upper School, Bury St Edmunds, North Suffolk Music Centre at Kirkley Community High School, Lowestoft, and Northgate Arts Centre, Ipswich, are all shut and scheduled activities due to take place this evening have been cancelled.

Stradbroke Beginner Band at Stradbroke Business and Enterprise College will not be taking place, and Bury Youth Theatre has been cancelled for this evening.

Tomorrow the County Music Schools at West Suffolk Performing Arts Centre, King Edward VI Upper School, Castle Manor Business and Enterprise College at Haverhill, North Suffolk Music Centre, Kirkley Community High School, Thomas Mills High School in Framlingham, and at Northgate Arts Centre, Ipswich, will not open and all scheduled activities are cancelled.

County Drama Activities due to take place tomorrow morning have also been cancelled.

These were due to take place at Bury Children's Theatre, King Edward VI CEVC Upper School; Children's Drama Workshop, Northgate Arts Centre,and Youth Drama Workshop, Northgate Arts Centre.

It is expected that all activities will meet as usual next week.


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