Behold the witching hours is fast approaching and this half-term there are plenty of terrifying adventures to scare you out of your wits in the run up to Halloween. Ghosts, ghouls, pumpkins, chills and thrills, there is someone for all ages.
From being a stylist in the fashion world, he became famous for making all shapes and sizes look great naked. Now he is bringing his debut live show to the region, full of stories, advice and lots of gossip.
Freeman of Barnsley, inveterate Yorkshire Tea drinker, Mercury Prize nominee and darling of British folk, Kate Rusby is celebrating 25 years on the road with an intimate evening of stories and songs in Norwich.
From stage adaptations of Roald Dahl and Julia Donaldson to a magic comedy show and a dinosaur adventure, there are plenty of shows for all the family this summer school — plus a youngster-friendly spooky spectacular running up to Halloween.
East Anglian rural touring champions Common Ground theatre company love to give Dickens a new spin. Andrew Clarke spoke to writer-actor-directors Julian Harries and Pat Whymark about the joy of bringing their favourite author to the stage.
From a unique sculpture celebrating Sir Thomas Browne in Norwich’s Hay Hill to the electic mix of outdoor art around the University of East Anglia campus, taking art out of the gallery and into public spaces can brighten up our lives.
There maybe a chill in the air but autumn is among the best times to explore our great woods and beautiful forests as they become a glorious patchwork of colour. We highlight some of the best to visit to get the best of nature in autumn.