The Full Monty

Andrew Dunn is back in Norwich this week as part of the cast of The Full Monty, which runs at the Theatre Royal until Saturday (Oct 15). No stranger to the city, he has made two previous visits there as part of the Dinnerladies cast and one with a previous tour of The Full Monty, and he is delighted to be back.

The cast from Full Monty at the Theatre Royal. From left, Anthony Lewis, Chris Fountain, Kai Owen, Gary Lucy, Louis Emerick, and Andrew Dunn. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

It is a show that has set pulses racing – and caused a few nerves for its cast of familiar faces from our TV screens.

People are being encouraged to give up alcohol this month to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Picture: Paul Harding/PA

The idea of the ‘charity month’ has become so popular that it feels like 12 months are not going to be enough to squeeze them all in.

Which of these closed Norwich clubs do you miss the most?

The last few years have seen many Norwich nightlife hotspots turned into bars, restaurants and even trampoline parks. But are you jumping for joy at their replacements? Vote for the club you miss the most below.

On May Bank Holiday Monday morning, took this photo of the Market Cross in North Walsham. Hardly anyone about - everyone must have gone to the seaside!

It’s a gateway to North Norfolk that was founded in Anglo-Saxon times and was once a centre for weaving that created a prosperous, thriving town. Boasting a famous face who spent his schooldays in the town and a magical kingdom filled with curiosities, there are many reasons to visit North Walsham, but here are our top 10.

EDP Weddings

EDP Wedding Show at Dunston Hall 2016. Photo : Lee Blanchflower

For any Norfolk bride-to-be who has always imagined their perfect wedding day, the EDP Wedding Show is making dreams come true.

Wonderful wedding cakes, Showstoppers by Little Millie's, Sassa's Bespoke Cakes and Buns of Fun (L-R)

When planning your big day there are so many crucial details to get right, from choosing the best venue to selecting the perfect dress - but when it comes to the cake, these Norfolk bakers have got you covered.

Karl Hayward with his fiancee, Kirsty Hadley, after Karl proposed to Kirsty by a message over the tannoy at a Norwich City and Chelsea football match. Picture: Denise Bradley

February 29th is the day when, according to tradition, women can pop the question to their significant other. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of five of the most unusual wedding proposals in Norfolk.

Dont forget to pick up todays paper your 24-page EDP Wedding Guide. Photo by Matt Brasnett

Here are our top ten trends to help keep things fresh and fun when planning a wedding.


The King's Lynn Arts Centre is currently closed.  Picture: Matthew Usher.

Calls have been made for a closed arts centre to be upgraded to enable it to host touring exhibitions from places such as the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Lynn Minster lit up - view from West Lynn. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn Minster has been added to Historic England’s Heritage at Risk register – and its vicar is calling for work to be carried out soon to prevent pieces of masonry falling from the iconic building.

Dipple and Conway Opticians will be working with the Bridewell Museum to show some of their vintage collection. James Conway. 

Original tortoiseshell eyeglasses, a weathered building lease from 1934, vintage eye testing equipment: it’s all part of Dipple and Conway’s 100-year celebrations.

The work on The Custom House in King's Lynn has been completed and the scaffolding has been taken down. Picture: Ian Burt

A landmark building has received a £76,000 makeover, including a covering of real gold leaf on the gold ball above the cupola.

The former Blundeston prison building is set to open to the public for the final time this weekend (15/16 October 2016) 

PHOTO: Nick Butcher

It is the place where notorious criminals spent their time behind bars.


Holt V Holt

The much loved Norfolk town of Holt has many charming features, that make it a great place for people to visit. Whilst its distinctive character can not easily be replicated, we take a look at its namesake, Holt, Michigan in America to see if the two are alike not just in name, but in nature.

Doughnuts in GY, UK and Yarmouth, Maine.

Despite sharing a name, (Great) Yarmouth in Norfolk is a world apart from Yarmouth in the northeasternmost US state, Maine. Despite the 14 hour transatlantic flight between them they are both coastal towns, but only one is home to Pleasure Beach!


Take a look across the pond at the UK city’s American counterpart. Norwich, Connecticut, known as ‘The Rose of New England’ is located 3379 miles from Norwich, UK and is a 13 hour flight. Yet, pictures of key landmarks reveal the two cities are more similar than you think.

Monet's Garden at Giverny. Photo: Fondation Claude Monet.

Normandy’s stunning landscapes and landmarks have enchanted the paintbrushes of Monet and many other painters. Arts correspondent EMMA KNIGHTS finds out more about the region’s role in the famous Impressionism art movement.

Wilco's eight tips to keep your car just like new.

SPONSORED: Just bought a new car? Loving that ‘new car smell’ and want to keep it looking like new? Well, Wilco knows how - and they have everything you need to keep your vehicle looking beautiful and driving perfectly!

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