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East Anglia is home to a wide variety of theatres and playhouses, and performers from across the region, the UK and indeed the world, have graced their stages.

Opinion: Efforts to make cyclists use cycle lanes are doomed to failure, says Steven Downes.

Opinion: Delays and inconvenience are the price we pay for feeling safer - and it’s going to get worse, says Sharon Griffiths.

Opinion: Bad teeth are a badge of poverty. It’s time to do something about it, says Rachel Moore.

Opinion: All these polarised viewpoints are getting us precisely nowhere, argues Andrew Fitchett.

EDP Weddings

Capturing the best moments of family gatherings, parties and children’s birthdays so you have great photos to remember the moment isn’t easy. So forget fuzzy photos - we have the tips you need

Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, you want it to be a memorable occasion but how far would you go to make it really stand out? Here’s a look at some of the quirkiest venues across the county where you can tie the knot:

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

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.

Heritage

People will have a final chance to experience an unusual art exhibition when the doors of an historic former church in Great Yarmouth are thrown open to the public on Thursday, April 13, from 10am to 2pm.

Wandering around Norwich, with the familiar sight of the cathedral and castle dominating the skyline, it’s often easy to be fooled into forgetting just how much does change in the city.

A village hall will launch its new events programme with a talk on the infamous highway man Dick Turpin.

Plaques has been unveiled to remember police officers who died while protecting the people of Great Yarmouth during the Second World War.

Travel

From tea and ancient kingdoms to the amazing wildlife and beautiful beaches of Sri Lanka - in the second part of a two-part series, Oliver Franzen and Emma Knights go in search of elephants and explore the island’s coastline.

From stunning landscapes to ancient wonders to the world famous Ceylon Tea, the beautiful island of Sri Lanka has it all.

And, as Emma Knights and Oliver Franzen discovered, there is even a little bit of Norfolk nestled high up in the hills.

What characteristics do you need to succeed when the going gets tough? EDP agricultural editor CHRIS HILL, part of a group which conquered Africa’s highest mountain for charity, asked his team-mates – and the Everest adventurer who led them.

A journey to the roof of Africa proved a major challenge for EDP reporter CHRIS HILL as he joined a charity trek to scale the 5,895m summit of Mt Kilimanjaro, the continent’s highest peak. In the first of a two-part series, he describes the drama of summit night.

Looking to change your car this year? There are some spectacular new model launches for big-selling, favourites lined up for 2017. Motoring editor Andy Russell picks out a dozen models that will be driving desirability.

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