January 26 2015 Latest news:
Ever popular Gilbert & Sullivan comic operetta The Pirates of Penzance is staged in King’s Lynn, soul favourites The Commodores pay a rare visit, hotly tipped singer-songwriter Louis Baker plays, musical Sister Act is Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society’s big show and there is a concert tribute to Jacqueline du Pré. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
High flying French farce Boeing Boeing touches down at the Maddermarket, the Reduced Shakespeare Company plunder history for the funniest bits, Marlon Davis headlines the latest Off The Kerb comedy night, Sign of the Times is at Bury Theatre Royal and there is Parisian chamber music. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
The full line-up has not yet been revealed, but a glimpse at last year’s performers gives a hint at the pedigree of name expected at this year’s event.
Norwich’s Earlham Park will host BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend on the weekend of May 23.
Talking about comedy is seldom that funny, so aiming for an entertaining history of it was a brave move for the Reduced Shakespeare Comedy.
Norfolk poet Luke Wright gives a sneak preview of his ambitious new full-length show in Norwich next week. SIMON PARKIN finds out more.
A dozen customers queueing for their first taste of Norwich’s newest restaurant were hoping its waffles and burgers would reach celestial heights of culinary excellence.
They beat the Baltics, despite being better known for brewing beer and now their vodka has been hailed as the best in the world. STACIA BRIGGS went to Southwold to visit Adnams’ award-winning distillery.
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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A project exploring the stories of the people who have moved to Norfolk over last 2,000 years is seeking three local artists to create artwork inspired by historical immigration.
A festival of film and performance takes place in and around Norwich Arts Centre this weekend.
Youngsters had fun hearing about Peter Pan and Wendy’s adventures in Neverland as the stars of Norwich Theatre Royal’s pantomime took part in a special storytelling session.