You don’t have to spend the week hiding from the rain - from the King of Rock and Roll to steam train rides, we take a look at what you can get up to this week.
Running away to join the circus is a dream for some, but two talented Norfolk aerialists did just that and became a huge hit with audiences. Alan Ayres caught up with them in Cromer.
Outdoor theatre lovers will be hoping for picnics and parasols when a professional touring company brings Shakespeare to a village garden setting.
Gorleston pub The Dock Tavern is holding its ninth annual charity music day on Sunday, August 5.
Teddy bears will be descending through the air from a Norfolk village church this weekend.
If you loved Norwich Pride next summer you can celebrate diversity and equality in the rainbow garlanded streets of Great Yarmouth.
We’re doing it all again next year!
A free exhibition revealing how entertainment has shaped Great Yarmouth and its impact on the town will be held at the town’s library.
The sun has been shining on Old Buckenham Airshow as the storms from the night have moved away giving show goers a blue background to watch the display.
Flags were waving across the county yesterday for the first-ever Norfolk Day.
Businesses, charities, communities and individuals have pulled together to back the special day which takes place on Friday, July 27.
Norfolk Day ambassadors Charlie Hodson and Ruddy Muddy are visiting events across the county on the big day.
To celebrate the first-ever Norfolk Day a special love letter to Norfolk has been written by EDP writers Stacia Briggs and Rowan Mantell.
Forget the World Cup, this is the final you’ve been waiting for
World of Sport Wrestling returns to ITV this Saturday after a 30 year hiatus.
Communities are getting excited as they gear up for the first-ever Norfolk Day.
They feature 5,000 members and have been at the heart of community life for several decades.
The gala premiere of this year’s summmer circus was a triple celebration.
Excitement is building across communities ahead of this year’s Norfolk Day. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE explores how the inaugural event has sparked people’s pride for the county and created a strong sense of community spirit.
Paintings reflecting the gritty back streets of Great Yarmouth are among those on display in a week-long exhibition celebrating Norfolk Day.
A “secret” garden is supporting a palliative care centre with an open day on Sunday.
A recital at Yarmouth Minster will be dedicated to the memory of Colin Fenn, who died in January.
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