An 'intimite' exhibition charting Ed Sheeran's rise from Suffolk schoolboy to international star, will be heading to Ipswich this summer to coincide with his homecoming concerts in the town.

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Ed Sheeran 'homecoming' exhibition to launch at Christchurch Mansion

An 'intimate' exhibition charting Ed Sheeran's rise from Suffolk schoolboy to international star, will be heading to Ipswich this summer to coincide with his homecoming concerts in the town.

'Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk' will be a nine month event featuring photos curated by Ed's father John Sheeran, as well as portraits by artist Colin Davidson and photography by Mark Surridge. Ed has also lent some personal items to the exhibition.

The exhibition has been organised by Ipswich Borough Council and takes place at Ipswich's Christchurch Mansion. It will run from August 20th until Spring 2020.

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