Perhaps it would not have worked in a conventional theatre or a dance hall, but Great Yarmouth’s open-air Marina amphitheatre seemed tailor-made for Neville Bishop and his Wolves, stalwarts there for long summers post-war.
From Abraham Lincoln’s ancestral home to Thomas Paine, East Anglia has a strong connection with the United States of America.
In its holiday heyday Great Yarmouth boasted a string of theatres drawing thousands of trippers.
A blue plaque is to be placed on the former home of a Gorleston lifeboat hero – and holder of the George Cross for bravery.
At first glance, so to speak, they would seem to be poles apart, and I do not know how they came to know one another because he lived here in Great Yarmouth while her home was 125 miles away.
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