October 23 2014 Latest news:
Spooky stunts and ghostly acrobatics are set to dazzle at Great Yarmouth’s historic Hippodrome as it hosts its first ever Halloween show.
At one of the region’s favourite family attractions, October is set to become Shocktober as Dinosaur Adventure is transformed into the east of England’s biggest live scare attraction, PrimEVIL. STACIA BRIGGS joined the cast to discover how to be scary.
It’s festival time once again as the curtain goes up on Norfolk’s annual autumn arts extravaganza.
A director of music, a city theatre and an art fair are among the people’s choice when it comes to Norfolk’s great champions of the arts.
Some comedians tell a stream of gags, some a winding story. Alex Horne stealthily creates a contraption to ring a bell that would have made Heath Robinson proud.
Norwich Fringe Festival returns this weekend with a diverse programme of talents from art to cabaret, theatre to music.
Musical instruments made out of vegetables were a highlight of Aylsham Food Festival: Entertainment with a Difference on Saturday.
From fiery chilies to creamy cheeses, vintage teas to pints of locally brewed beer, Acle’s first tasty food festival proved a taste bud tickling hit with visitors.
When Lynsey Rush first stepped into the Canary and Linnet, it was love at first sight – and she was determined to give the pub the attention she felt it deserved.
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The power and beauty of the region’s coastline is being celebrated in a new exhibition at Norwich Theatre Royal.
Our fine city is full of artists creating beautiful paintings inspired by seven of Norwich’s landmarks.
Writer and publisher Peter Tolhurst has spent ten years putting togethera new series of books featuring every single Norfolk village. TREVOR HEATON talks to the creator of a work destined to become a local classic.