March 17 2014 Latest news:
The recreation of an undisputed TV classic – whose characters were made memorable by some of the most enduring names in British comedy– must have been a daunting mission for an amateur stage cast.
Sandwiched between the end of their European tour and the start of the American leg was Norwich’s chance to catch a glimpse of the girl group Haim.
Great music mixed with a pint or two of locally brewed ale is a popular way to pass a relaxing weekend.
US Blues rockers The Black Keys have been revealed as the final headliners to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.
Robin Cousins brings his spectacular ice extravangza, frighteningly precocious comic Seann Walsh returns and there is a true reggae legend. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
The sex-crazed-alien-in-female-form-who-lands-on-Earth genre has a less than illustrious history. From Lifeforce to Species to various efforts featuring a surfeit of tentacles, they are never quite as much sordid fun as you would expect.
It’s time to celebrate a British institution with 50 fantastic facts about chips (and one truly bizarre fact about crisps). STACIA BRIGGS says chip, chip, chip hooray for British Chip Week, which starts today.
A chef making a name for himself across Norfolk will face a new challenge when he takes over a historic village pub.
Norfolk’s queen of pies is preparing to mix up a surprise after she was invited to film with experimental chef Heston Blumenthal.