Dance Studio A

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  1. This was originally the Ipswich Museum, but got too small for the burgeoning collection. A seriously creepy building when empty, [being a nosy sod, I had a poke about inside when the contractors accidentally left it open one night]. You half expected Alfred Hitchcock to appear round a corner and say in his lugubrious manner: ”Good Evening”. I’m not easily spooked, but I didn’t stay long. On the hoarding outside, during it’s conversion, someone sprayed a graffitoe… of Charles Darwin, which seemed exactly the right thing to spray on the site of a Victorian Museum. Furthermore, the bar that fills the noble space now, is actually quite nice. And they’re hosting club nights where only vinyl records will be played, so that’s a good thing. : )

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