April 24 2014 Latest news:
Country comes to the city as the ever popular annual two-day East Anglian Game & Country Fair returns, likeable comedian Patrick Monahan finds fun in his love of cakes, award-winning klezmer ensemble She’Koyokh perform, and it’s bluebell season with a special event at Foxley Wood. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
From giants to fairytale thatched roundhouses, tales of a dormant volcano in Diss to the site of medieval whippings, doughnuts to world-famous scones, Norfolk offers every visitor the perfect day out. STACIA BRIGGS and her family set off on a Grand Tour of the county to discover some old favourites and hidden treasures.
A competing brass band will be putting on a special concert this weekend to mark its 10th anniversary.
An hilarious new version of the top TV comedy Blackadder Goes Forth comes to the live stage in north Norfolk next month.
He only graduated from drama school five years ago, but Ipswich-born, Norwich-raised actor Sam Claflin, who is worshipped by teens the world over for his role in The Hunger Games, already has a string of Hollywood roles under his belt.
King of comedy Jim Davidson is returning to Great Yarmouth to lift the lid on his time in the Celebrity Big Brother house when he brings his national touring show to the resort.
We all know that there’s no such thing as a free lunch – but writing about South Norfolk’s fantastic produce seems a small price to pay for having eaten like royalty at a new event designed to bring the cream of the crop from the region’s producers to the marketplace.
It’s time to celebrate a British institution with 50 fantastic facts about chips (and one truly bizarre fact about crisps). STACIA BRIGGS says chip, chip, chip hooray for British Chip Week, which starts today.
It was the landlord and owner’s father who suggested the King’s Head in Lingwood, near Norwich, might make a good Pub of the Week.
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An abstract look at Norwich Market and Norwich Cathedral feature alongside films about Venice and China in a new exhibition that has opened ahead of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
An atmospheric journey through darkness awaits visitors to a hidden space behind Norwich Market this week.
An avid traveller is hoping for publishing success after entering a national competition with her series of children’s books based on her backpacking adventures.