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Take That’s new album Wonderland is released today ahead of their UK tour which will see the band come to Norwich for the first time.

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There was a party game that was in favour when I was young by which I mean young enough to go home with a goodie bag rather than young enough to go to A&E with someone who had misjudged the amount of spirits they could drink in one sitting.


Malca Schotten shows paintings focussing on landscape and coastal forms, late photographer Richard Denyer’s photographs of Norfolk and Outer Hebrides and joint exhibition by painter Tony Scrivener and ceramist Nigel Lambert.


The abandoned warehouse is the setting for Sound Ideas Theatre Co’s latest ambitious proudtion that includes Mrs Lovett’s kitchen serving pies.


The line-up for one of the county’s biggest music festivals is to be revealed next week.


Joseph Haydn’s The Seasons was an ideal choice for a grand finale to the 175th series of St Andrew’s Hall concerts by the Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.

News that pop band Little Mix will be coming to Norwich has sparked lots of excitement on social media.

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What makes Stewart Lee so unashamedly funny is how he gets under the skin of his audience. So he began his show, Content Provider, by telling us how much he hated King’s Lynn.

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Around 300 pupils at North Walsham High enjoyed a concert by an up and coming singer-songwriter at the school’s Atrium.

The Blues Brothers are coming to town.

A charity is to hold its annual fashion show.

The Victorian thriller Gaslight is taking to the stage at the Maddermarket Theatre, in Norwich, next month.


A new display celebrating the life and artistic legacy of Olive Edis is to open at Cromer Museum on March 29.

Pop band Little Mix will be heading to Norwich this September to perform a gig in Earlham Park.

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Look out New York - you are about to be blown away by the talents of some of Dereham’s finest singers and musicians!


Hit musicals, drama, international orchestras and more feature in the new season of shows being announced today by Norwich Theatre Royal.


Instruments, awards, manuscripts and other items belonging to Oscar-winning composer Sir Malcolm Arnold will go under the hammer next month.

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North Norfolk Photographic Society held a competition for printed pictures on 15th March. The judge on this occasion - a new visitor to the club - was Dianne Gibson, who came from the other side of Norwich to do the honours.

Tour dance captain Jamie Wilkin is in charge of the dance numbers in the ABBA mega-musical still packing them in at the Norwich Theatre Royal.


It is almost that time of year when mothers across the country are celebrated for everything they have done for their families.

A Norwich University of the Arts student is celebrating winning a prestigious prize in a national art competition

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Fresh from releasing her sixth album, an exploration of gender and femininity, the acclaimed folk songstress is coming play two special solo shows in Bury St Edmunds and Norwich.


Oklahoma was a game-changer. Christian Jenner, director of a new production at Bury Theatre Royal, talks about the appeal of the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic.

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Dozens of the country’s top music acts will be descending on Norfolk this spring and summer. Here Molly Willis picks out her top tips for gigs in the county.

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From throwing pots to spending and raising money, there are plenty of TV highlights to keep you glued to the sofa this week


The trio met whilst busking in Norwich but are now one of the most acclaimed new jazz bands in the UK.

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Acerbic, dark, leftfield and meandering, Stewart Lee brings his latest stand-up odyssey, the Mock The Week regular offers a joke-fuelled rallying cry for a better Britain, plus Jonny & the Baptists and Terry Alderton.

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Maddermarket Theatre bring the supernatural to Shakespeare, Westacre Theatre tackle Beckett’s ground-breaking masterwork, plus a part folk-gig, part folk tale.


Take a walk, explore the history of magic or find out if your ancestors were war heroes while discovering something new in Norfolk and beyond.


Conductor and highly respected organist David Dunnett will celebrate two decades with the orchestra by taking charge of performance of Haydn’s The Seasons.


Watching paint dry can now officially stand down: there’s a new ‘most boring thing of all’ contender – watching fish fry.


He last played the Pyramid Stage in 2014, taking an early evening slot after the legendary Dolly Parton and this year he will be returning to headline Glastonbury.


Academy of St Thomas, Emma Johnson, St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich


Acclaimed theatre company Les Petits have taken The First Hippo on the Moon from the page to the stage in new family show, coming to Norwich Playhouse.

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Second Hand Dance have created a new show, Getting Dressed, which explores the fun possibilities created by that simple act which heralds the start of each new day.

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