Following the success of Not Speaking of Witch, based on the Bewitched TV series, St George’s new In-house theatre group takes to the stage with an adaptation of retro television programme Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased).
Live music, spray painting and much more will feature at Tia’s Treasures Family Fun Day at the Cliff Hotel, Gorleston this month.
Ten years ago, in a small town in the East of England two guys had a dream of getting a band together to play original, innovative and creative music.
It’s festival time once again as the curtain goes up on Norfolk’s annual autumn arts extravaganza.
Playwright and UEA creative writing lecturer Steve Waters is tackling the subject of climate change in his new play debuting at Norwich Arts Centre this week.
Mount your broomsticks, practise those cackles and head for Holt Hall this weekend where the magical Fairyland Trust will be celebrating The Real Halloween.
Musical instruments made out of vegetables were a highlight of Aylsham Food Festival: Entertainment with a Difference on Saturday.
From fiery chilies to creamy cheeses, vintage teas to pints of locally brewed beer, Acle’s first tasty food festival proved a taste bud tickling hit with visitors.
From the kill-or-cure hangover cure Bloody Mary to the sophisticated Cosmopolitan, the exotic Mai Tai to the shaken-but-not-stirred Martini, a cocktail is always a party in a glass.
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