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Brilliant bakeries in Norwich: Crusty Corner Bakery (left) and Dozen Artisan Bakery.

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.

Food and Drink

Brilliant bakeries in Norwich: Crusty Corner Bakery (left) and Dozen Artisan Bakery.

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.

Comedy

The Nimmo Twins: Owen Evans, left, and Karl Minns. Photo: Submitted

For the last 20 years they have been a Norwich institution, causing audiences to roll in the aisles with laughter.

The Last Night of the Blickling Proms.  Picture: Denise Bradley

From open air concerts celebrating the best of the 80s, to new renditions of Shakespeare’s classics, there’s a variety of outdoor events taking place across the county this summer.

Going out in Norwich: Tonight reality TV stars, Jamie Laing (Photo: The Cabana Club) and Scott Thomas (Photo:ITV/PA) will be appearing at nighclubs in Norwich. (L-R)

Looking for something to do this evening? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place in the fine city, including a chance to meet two reality TV stars and a look at what’s opening in cinemas.

The Nimmo Twins: Owen Evans, left, and Karl Minns. Photo: Submitted

Norfolk life just got even funnier.

What's on in Norfolk? Sandringham Food and Drink Festival, Sarah Millican will be performing in Yarmouth and Norwich Run will take place. (L-R)

In need of something to do this weekend? Here’s a look at some of the events and activities taking place across the county on Saturday and Sunday.

Film & Cinema

What's on in Norwich: The Glamtastics at The Walnut Tree Shades (left) and Suicide Squad in cinemas (Photo:PA)

Looking for something to do this evening? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place in the city.

Friday night guide: Matt Damon star of Jason Bourne which is in cinemas this weekend, jazz singer Tina May who is performing at the Cathedral and comedian Umran Yusuf who will be at Laugh In The Park.

Looking for something to do tonight? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place in the city.

K Festival 2016

A music festival in memory of a popular woman who died from cancer will take place this bank holiday weekend.

Things you can do in Norwich today that you couldn't do 20 years ago: Play Crazy Golf at Eaton Park, Watch an Imax film at the Riverside and go on a City Sightseeing open top bus tour. (L-R)

From playing crazy golf to sitting in the Jarrold Stand, here’s a look at some of the things you can do in Norwich now, that you wouldn’t have been able to do before 1996.

What's on: Photography course at Fairhaven Woodland Garden, interactive theatre walk in North Walsham and Open day at Stody Lodge Gardens (L-R)

Looking for something different to do this weekend? Here are some of the events taking place across Norfolk on Saturday and Sunday.

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Theatre

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Stopgap Dance Company taking Norfolk and Norwich Festival goers on whistle-stop tour of a bygone era in their playful production Bill & Bobby. Dancers
 Lucy Bennet and David Toole pay tribute to Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. Photo : Steve Adams

Two arts organisations are celebrating receiving a total of more than £400,000 in funding for projects in Norfolk.

Theatre Royal Open Day 2016,
Kate Tully, Abi Williams, Samuel Pochin.

From stepping out on the stage to taking a look at the dressing rooms, people of all ages had fun exploring Norwich Theatre Royal during the venue’s annual open day.

Going Out Guide: Absurd Person Singular at Maddermarket Theatre, Outdoor Cinema at Earlham Park and West Side Story at Norwich Playhouse. (L-R)

Looking for something to do this evening? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place in the fine city.

Children from the Theatre Royal's Arts Courses Summer School perform in the auditorium of the new Stage Two building. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The curtain has gone up on Norwich Theatre Royal’s ambitious new learning and participation centre.

The rehearsals for the Medieval Mystery Plays at Norwich Castle. Actors Mark Hayden as Noah, with Helen Haines as Noah's wife, centre, with the puppet Shem, and Roseanna Frascons, with the puppet Ham's wife. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich Castle’s keep is this week the stage for a special revival of a medieval theatrical tradition.

Music

Saturday, August 27, 2016
The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra are doing Soundtrack Spectacular at Taverham Hall School. Pictured is conductor Steven Bell.

From Jurassic Park to ET, the magical music of film composer John Williams enchanted film fans at a special open air concert.

Is this Norwich's youngest busker? 11-year-old Jack Goodacre, performing in Norwich with his dad Tim.

Shoppers in the city centre couldn’t help but stop and listen as young Jack Goodacre took to the streets of Norwich today to perform some of his favourite songs, but little did they know, they were seeing a superstar in the making.

Nine things to do in Norfolk this weekend: World Pier Crabbing Championships, 80s Celebration at Holkham Hall and CaLM festival.

Looking for something to do this Bank Holiday weekend? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place across the county on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

The Under 1 Roof Training and Development Centre - run by Norwich-based homeless charity St Martin’s Housing Trust - is presenting the Fair Weather Project on September 1 at Norwich Arts Centre.
It will feature performances by the Under 1 Roof band The Undies (pictured). Photo: submitted.

A special fundraising gig which sees people affected by homelessness share the stage with local music acts is due to take place in Norwich next month.

Classical Reflection

Broadland Youth Choir are set to join stars of The Voice Classical Reflection in concert at Trimingham Parish Church.