"Remember remember the fifth of November" is a phrase we all say when it comes to Bonfire Night. 

This day in the calendar marks the date Guy Fawkes was caught trying to blow up the Palace of Westminister on November 5, 1605. 

Now we use this date to light large bonfires and admire dazzling firework displays. 

Here are five firework shows happening in Suffolk for Bonfire Night.

1. Ipswich Fireworks Festival at Trinity Park

Stowmarket Mercury: Peter Andre will perform at the Trinity Park fireworks displayPeter Andre will perform at the Trinity Park fireworks display (Image: PA)

When: Saturday, November 4

Where: Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road Ipswich IP3 8UH

This festival includes live entertainment, a fairground and fun ground, a bonfire, and archery from 3.30pm.

It will all finish with a choreographed fireworks display at 8pm. 

Peter Andre is set to headline alongside local bands and artists, and Wayne Bavin from BBC Radio Suffolk will be hosting the event.

Tickets are £15 per adult and children under five go free. 

2. Christchurch Park Ipswich Fireworks Display

Stowmarket Mercury: Local band Afterdrive are one of the acts performing at the eventLocal band Afterdrive are one of the acts performing at the event (Image: Lucy Taylor)

When: Saturday, November 4

Where: 33 Bolton Lane, Ipswich IP4 2BX

Experience a musical fireworks display, live entertainment, locally sourced street food vendors, a bar, a children's funfair, and a fairground.

The event raises funds for scouting and other local charities in the Ipswich area and is run entirely by volunteers from the 11th Scout Group. 

Early bird tickets are now on sale for a discounted price of £9.95 for adults and £7.95 for children.

3. Fireworks Spectacular at Stonham Barns Park

When: Saturday, December 2

Where: Stonham Barns, Stonham Aspal IP14 6AT

Stonham Barns is staging a fireworks spectacular that is bigger and better than before. 

The gates open at 4.30pm with the fireworks starting at 7.30pm. 

The display was originally meant to take place on October 21, but was delayed due to waterlogged grounds.  

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4. Bonfire Night Celebrations

When: Saturday, November 4

Where: The Food Museum, Stowmarket IP14 1DL

Enjoy fireworks and a traditional roaring bonfire, as well as fairground amusements, food trucks and a steam engine. 

It's an evening of family fun set within the grounds of the museum.

The gates open at 6pm and the fireworks go off at 7.30pm. 

Tickets are £7 for adults and £5 for children. 

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5. The Big Night Out

When: Friday, November 10

Where: Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, CO10 9BA

A firework extravaganza event organised by charity Project Seven, with the display choreographed by Pains Fireworks. 

There will also be a disco, laser light show, fairground, and a range of food outlets including the Project Seven Barbecue. 

Gates open at 6pm with advanced tickets available for £6 for adults and £4 for children. 

Tickets can also be bought on the gate.