The latest news from the Ipswich Institute

Spring Term Courses

Our Spring Term programme will be published in the second week of November.

If you are not an Institute member, but would like to be on our mailing list for our course programme please contact us by email.

posted 17 Oct 16

Part-time cook wanted

We have a post available in the Institute's restaurant for a part-time cook (15-18 hours per week). If you know of anyone who might be interested in joining our friendly catering team, please get in touch and ask for a job description.

Closing date: Monday 24th October.

posted 11 Oct 16

East Anglian Literature

The Ipswich Institute organises the biennial New Angle Prize for Literature 'set in or influenced by the region of East Anglia'. Prize money of £2,500 is awarded.

The 2017 competition is now open for entries (closing date 3rd January).

Details can be found by following the New Angle link above.

posted 04 Oct 16


Below are a selection of up-coming events, click here to see more

Julia Blackburn

Suffolk Book League Author's Talk
Reading Room

19 Oct 16 19.30

Suffolk Book League members £4. Non-members £8.

Julia Blackburn is a writer of novels, travel books, biography and memoir. Threads: the delicate life of John Craske is a “wonderfully eccentric biography” which “paints vivid pictures of both artist and biographer”.

Public Event

Alex Belos

Suffolk Book League Author's Talk
Reading Room

09 Nov 16 19.30

SBL members £4, non-members £8

Alex Bellos writes about mathematics and Brazil. His popular maths books Alex’s Adventures in Numberland and Alex Through the Looking-Glass are both bestsellers and have been translated into more than 20 languages.

Public Event

Winston Churchill's Great Coalition

Roger Hermiston
Admiral's House

16 Nov 16 19.00 - 20.30

Tickets £3.50. Members may bring non-member guests with them to this event.

Roger will tell us the story of the men and women who steered Britain through its darkest hour and how they laid the foundations of the ‘New Jerusalem’ that followed. Featuring people like Ernest Bevin, Lord Beaverbrook, Lord Woolton and Sir John Anderson.

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Courses for All

Our Evening Learning Programme of courses is open to the public, with discounted fees available to Institute members.

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Members' Courses

Over fifty daytime courses are available to those who pay an annual Institute membership subscription.

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