Cheeky chappie, rock ‘n’ roll pioneer and a man who has a lifetime of hilarious tales to tell, from Johnny Cash to The Beatles to The Singing Postman, Joe Brown is heading back to East Anglia on his biggest tour ever.

Steven Spielberg’s dramatisation of events leading up to the high-profile legal wrangling between The Washinton Post and President Nixon feels relevant in the era of fake news and presidential Twitter outbursts but is self-serving and smug.

Heaven Knows I’m Mexican Now: band featuring stars from both sides of the US-Mexico border will breathe Latin life into the former Smiths’ singer’s back catalogue at Waterfront gig.

From the Brighton Fringe Festival to successful show Yank, Chris Cuming is a name to watch in the UK theatre world. Now he is bringing his magic to something very different, directing a revival of Top Hat for the Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society.

With Steven Spielberg’s The Post, starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, hot off the presses and in cinemas, we look at 10 of the best films about journalism and how they reflect our love/hate relationship with reporters.

Disney Pixar’s coming-of-age adventure amid Mexican Day of the Dead culture has little of the humour or visual wonder you’d associate with the usually inventive studio.

Travels in Light will see Voice Project Choir performing at three very different churches in Norwich’s Princes Street. Renowned for bringing to life iconic local landmarks, their latest project is designed to brighten up the dark January winter night.

They have their roots in Norfolk but country band Sam Coe & The Long Shadows are now looking to gallop to national success with launch of their debut album Full Moon.

The festive period is long over and with it panto season — oh no its not! Simon Parkin highlights where pantomimes are still bringing seasonal cheer and lots of family fun well into January.

It is a classic literary tale gone madcap; a global trek filled with laughter, slapstick and action. Now Jules Verne’s Around The World In 80 Days is stopping off in the region. Andrew Pollard, who takes on the role of Phileas Fogg, tells us more.

The machines might be taking over, but at least they play good music as artist Felix Thorn’s audio-visual sculptures bring to life elaborate compositions in his collaboration with electronic music duo Plaid.

Sinatra anointed him his heir. He’s released 70 albums, won Grammys and even has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Now Jack Jones is visiting the region as part of a tour celebrating turning 80 this weekend.

Flamboyant Norfolk folk singer and musician Peter Bellamy’s groundbreaking ballad opera The Transports is heading to the region featuring leading British folk musicians in revival that puts its into the context of modern migration.

The 27 tumultuous days, which led to Churchill’s impassioned cry for the British to fight on the beaches and in the streets, is dramatised in Joe Wright’s handsomely crafted character study boasting an Oscar worthy performance from the unrecognisable star.

Darkest Hour tells the story of Winston Churchill in the early days of the war. It also features a remarkable portrayal by an almost unrecognisable Gary Oldman. But how does it compare to the many others who have played him?

Salty, quick-fire dialogue pepper Martin McDonagh’s blackly comic thriller that pits the righteous anger of vigilante parent Frances McDormand against her local police force in a fictional midwestern town.

The 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s great Gothic novel is being marked by the Sewell Barn Theatre in Norwich with Blood and Ice, a play about the story of its creation.

Having appeared at Reading and Leeds and Download and toured with Frank Turner, the band are set to mark release of new album, Alamort, with a special hometown launch gig at Norwich Arts Centre.

Matthew Johnstone’s novel I Had A Black Dog won acclaim for its perceptive story of a man’s journey through depression. Now ahead of the stage adaptation’s visit, one of the creative team Mark Curtis tells us why it has a strong emotional resonance with him.

After more than 40 years, the veteran wannabe pop star has lost none of his energy and never fails to bring the house down as he keeps getting better at doing worse.

The removal of Kevin Spacey from Ridley Scott’s propulsive thriller proves to be a blessing in disguise as replacement Christopher Plummer shines as oil tycoon John Paul Getty.

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