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First visit having lived in area three years, don’t think it’s advertised enough. Good parking. Quaint building. Smelt damp on entry. Cheap bar. Show we saw, Lionel Ritchie, was a bit amateur but overall good experience. Pop up restaurant looked good.
My friend and I had been planning a Hen Party for a while and due to unfortunate circumstances we had to find a new venue last minute to hold our own afternoon tea.
The Quay came up on our google search and it was the...More
Went to see George Egg, Shed Chef, with 4 mates on Thursday 7th June. Met with a welcome by the volunteer staff. Good range of beers and spirits to help with the personal warm up. Then the show itself. Yet another terrific night of top...More
The quay is much more than a theatre. The bar is very welcoming, with views of the stour; coffee is good and there is a costume hire place on the top floor.I recommend a drop in and suggest signing up for more information about events.
Visited Sudbury and The Quay theatre for the first time in February for ‘An Evening With Guillem Balague’. What a charming place.
The Quay’s website says that the building itself began life in 1791 as the principal Sudbury Warehouse, 'The Great Granary' for The River...More
Obvious because it is a key place to attend. This theatre (a sort of centre for various attractions to the local community e.g. films, talks, music sessions, opera & ballet relayed from The Met, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden etc plus a delicious and interesting...More