Norfolk Events

Strictly Come Dancing returned with impressive scoring on Saturday as a host of celebrities broke the 30 points barrier with their first competitive dances but Norwich City chairman Ed Balls ended up at the bottom of the leaderboard.


As the weekend rolls around you might be thinking of heading into the city for a drink with friends, but where can you go that won’t break the bank? Here’s a look at some of the different pubs and bars you might not have thought to visit.


Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, a talented group of storytellers gathered to share their love of books with eager readers from across the county...

Eating Out or Eating In

A chef from Norfolk is hoping to make history by serving up a treat fit for a Queen in a national cooking competition.


This week marks 100 years since the birth of children’s author, Roald Dahl, and to celebrate the occasion Be At One on Bank Plain in Norwich are creating a range of cocktails inspired by some of his most notable works of fiction. Here’s a look at the new additions to their menu.


With The Great British Bake Off finally back on our screens, many will be attempting to whip up tasty pastries that would make Mary Berry proud, but if baking isn’t for you, why not leave it to the professionals and head to one of these brilliant bakeries instead.


Film & Cinema

Right from the eerily quiet opening sequence, ‘Don’t Breathe’ builds tension and suspense effortlessly.

The latest cowboy flick stays true to the spirit of the original, with most of the new Seven matching up

This New Zealand man hunt in the forest is like a less fiddly Wes Anderson movie – quirky certainly but never precious and very funny.

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