When you think of a Carnival most people will think of the parade and Dereham’s Carnival team want their parade this year to be bigger, louder and better than ever.
Terry Waite, the former envoy to the Archishop of Canterbury who was held hostage for five years in Beirut in the 1980s, will head to Wells next week for the town’s 20th Poetry-Next-The-Sea festival.
The British reggae band UB40 has announced they will perform at Holkham Hall as part of their UK summer tour.
The next production by theatre group the Old Buckenham Players will be a sequel to a comedic show they put on last year called Run For Your Wife.
From a Welsh village to Hollywood stardom the eventful life and loves of Richard Burton are brought to the stage in an acclaimed one-man play, with a former policeman in the title role.
Women of punk rock will be uniting in Norwich later this month to raise money for a local charity that helps victims of domestic abuse.
The Armeian Genocide deserves a better film but The Promise is the one it’s got and it may be enough
Rising from the ashes of 2005’s interminable King Kong remake by Peter Jackson, Kong: Skull Island attempts to breathe new life into the franchise.
The Blitz era low budget movie about home front propaganda, with a cast that includes Norfolk’s own Sam Claflin, is sweet and charming but ineffectual.
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