Cromer’s summer spectacular is the only end of a pier variety show. This year it is celebrating its 40th anniversary and here’s what to expect as the curtain goes up this weekend.
The Assembly House in Norwich has created a magical surprise for afternoon tea lovers.
Get your dancing shoes on!
It is a much loved family favourite which has burrowed its way onto the Norwich Theatre Royal stage.
The battle between the last vestiges of mankind and the Transformers reaches a conclusion in the fifth and final picture in the bombastic franchise, directed by Michael Bay.
Roman Polanski once said that “cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theatre” and there are plenty of places to see films outdoors this summer across East Anglia.
Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson give admirable performances in this Hampstead based romcom, where nothing sticks or is seen through.
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Acclaimed concert pianists Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell promise a performance with a difference as they dazzle on the ivories in their latest show Rhapsody at Norwich Playhouse.
The Brexit vote so shocked the quirky, quick-witted and irreverent award-winning comedian that she ditched her planned show to write another which she is bringing to Norwich.
The Game of Thrones inspired show is a funny and affectionate mix of parody, spoof and tribute as seen through the eyes of a super-fan who dreams of amount a live production of his favourite fantasy.
An art exhibition showcasing the talents of some of Great Yarmouth’s most enthusiastic students has been hailed as “the best yet.”
The opera singer is teaming up again with the West End star for summer shows that bring them to Euston Hall, near Thetford, this weekend. He tells us about their friendship, his love of performing outdoors and weird backstage rituals.
A funk and soul band and an a cappella quintet will provide the beat for the next two events as part of the Wymondham Music Festival.
It is only days away from the first ever Let’s Rock Norwich! music festival which will see stars from the 1980s perform at Earlham Park.
There’s a cast of a thousand – and they’re all on song to celebrate Norfolk…