August 22 2014 Latest news:
Some of Norwich’s most historic sights are set to be celebrated in a new open air art project – and artists have just under two weeks left to apply to take part.
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.
As war clouds darkened over Belgium in the high summer of 1914, thousands were fleeing.
But just hours before Germany invaded the country, bringing Britain into the First World War, one individual was making the opposite journey.
An autumn celebration of the arts is returning to Norwich for the fourth year with a packed programme of shows and events.
As the 98th Norwich and District Photographic Society Annual Exhibition begins today, Trevor Heaton previews some of the spectacular images on display.
Festival audiences have been enjoying a mix of literature, theatre, art and more in a special celebration of culture being created by and for young people.