As spring takes hold on Gressenhall Farm, it’s all about those loveable lambs this Easter holiday at the Museum of Norfolk Life.
It’s no joke - tickets for this year’s Dereham Blues Festival will go on priority advance sale next week, Wednesday April 1, for members of the Norfolk Blues Society.
The “friendliest film festival in the east” will be at Wells this weekend celebrating the role of trains in film from 1896 to the 21st century.
Norfolk is set to be turned into a giant gallery of art at the end of May, and people can enjoy a preview of what is in store at a city exhibition.
Old-school Hollywood glamour dazzled at Norwich’s Assembly House as stars of the musical Top Hat enjoyed a special afternoon tea to mark the show’s 1,000th performance.
A wonderful sweeping panorama of our fine city is set to inspire artists when an open air art competition returns to Norwich later this year.
As the Norwich City of Ale prepares to celebrate its fifth year, a competition is being held to find a name for the new charity beer.
A dozen customers queueing for their first taste of Norwich’s newest restaurant were hoping its waffles and burgers would reach celestial heights of culinary excellence.
They beat the Baltics, despite being better known for brewing beer and now their vodka has been hailed as the best in the world. STACIA BRIGGS went to Southwold to visit Adnams’ award-winning distillery.
Slavishly adapted from Disney’s classic 1950 animated musical, Kenneth Branagh’s live action version of the fairy-tale romance doesn’t skimp on the period detail.
Still nippy out, you can’t blame the cast of The Full Monty for leaving more than their hats on when they stopped by Ipswich Corn Hill.
If there’s one image that unexpectedly lingers in Pierre Morel’s socially conscious yet gleefully violent film, it’s Sean Penn’s gym-toned torso.
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