March 10 2014 Latest news:
Happy Days are here again with the 1970s TV favourites turned into a musical, The Bible gets the Reduced Shakespeare Company treatment and Katherine Ryan heads to Yarmouth. SIMON PARKIN picks six things not to miss this week.
US Blues rockers The Black Keys have been revealed as the final headliners to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.
Jack Steadman hit the road to work on songs for Bombay Bicycle Club’s fourth album, and found inspiration aplenty. But as he tells Andy Welch, he couldn’t have done it without his bandmates.
A brass band which launched a plea for new training members says it was bowled over by the response.
People sometimes talk about the magic of live theatre, despite the fact that some shows get performed so often they may as well be recordings. That definitely isn’t true with David O’Doherty.
A talented young actor and playwright is preparing for a homecoming extravaganza when he brings his acclaimed comedy show to the east coast stage.
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.
Nothing says family reunion better than Christmas dinner and unfortunately, it can be difficult to please everyone’s taste buds. Fortunately for you, our Great British chefs have come together to create ten delicious recipes that are guaranteed to put an end any squabbling this year.
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Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing are the shows set to take to the stage in this year’s Shakespeare Festival at Norwich Cathedral.
A 1970’s TV favourite with its nostalgic tales of 50s small town America, Happy Days is now getting a new lease of life as a stage show. John Bultitude speaks to co-producer Amy Anzel, whose battle to bring The Fonz to a brand new audience was the subject of a hit BBC Drama.
Art work by founding members and leading lights of the Norwich 20 Group is set to go on display this Saturday as part of a one-day exhibition in the city.
They were bought for £500 in 1952, but a collection of Constable drawings from a Norfolk home have just sold for £187,000 - more than triple what was estimated.
Festival fun will soon be descending upon the city and county as the Norfolk and Norwich Festival reveals its 2014 line-up of weird and wonderful acts.