August 22 2014 Latest news:
Great Yarmouth’s traditional kiss-me-quick seaside image has received a Gallic overhaul in recent years with the cosmopolitan Out There Festival taking to its streets, parks and venues.
From history to herring, festivals to family fun at the races there is something to keep all your family entertained this Bank Holiday week. SIMON PARKIN highlights events with something for all ages.
A new cabaret club full of a colourful array of weird and wonderful acts is set to open its doors in Norwich at the end of this month.
A celebration of art and artists and an opportunity for people to “have a go” at all things creative is taking place in Norwich this month.
One of Norfolk’s finest comedy exports revealed he was more nervous about the return of the Nimmo Twins than their first performance in front of a crowd of two people.
Summer, sunshine and sizzling stand-up. This week offers another extravaganza of great comedy across the region. SIMON PARKIN picks some shows guaranteed to provide the laughs from comedy origami to Edinburgh previews.
The search is on for talented buskers to perform at two evenings of alfresco fun as Great Yarmouth gears up to host its annual food festival.
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.
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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Organisers behind the celebration of Great Yarmouth’s arts scene are pledging to take the festival further, expanding into Gorleston and growing the carnival parade.
Artist Rob Pointon has captured on canvas this vibrant and colourful city scene after being inspired by two of Norwich’s key landmarks.
The new crime festival is a celebration of the depth and diversity of the popular genre, which has various sub categories, including the noir thrillers referenced in the event title.