Passersby may have been confused as they walked by Carrow Road last night.
As the Norwich City of Ale prepares to celebrate its fifth year, a competition is being held to find a name for the new charity beer.
Mirror balls, muscular men in short-cropped jeans, and, er, the Iron Lady? It might not be an obvious combination but this show is an exuberant delight.
There may have been a plot somewhere deep in Milton Jones’ latest show, but it really didn’t matter.
Talking about comedy is seldom that funny, so aiming for an entertaining history of it was a brave move for the Reduced Shakespeare Comedy.
Norfolk poet Luke Wright gives a sneak preview of his ambitious new full-length show in Norwich next week. SIMON PARKIN finds out more.
Mark Watson thinks he’s flawed; his performance at the Norwich Playhouse suggests a lot of comic virtue.
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From a ship on the high seas to a Japanese village, a Norfolk operatic group has transported its audiences to all sorts of destinations through its clever and imaginative set building.
A team of former UEA students are returning to Norwich to perform their Edinburgh Festival Fringe comedy hit which sees one of Britain’s former prime ministers turned into a cabaret star.
They were loved by millions. After Morecambe and Wise these boys were the top double act in the land... and to think were once selling clothes on Norwich Market.
A north Norfolk village is staging its first pantomime for nearly 50 years.
Putting on a stage version of such a popular TV show as The Vicar of Dibley could be a double-edged sword for a group like Dereham Operatic Society.
Young people just want to have fun: that might be a slightly simplistic version of the message behind Cush Jumbo’s The Accordion Shop.
A taste of India will fill a town arts hub in a series of creative events this weekend.
Beloved ballet movements will be performed at an end-of-the-pier theatre to celebrate 35 years of a touring dance company.
Fans of a classic coming-of-age drama film and disco pop hits will be treated to top tribute shows this weekend.
Music fans will flock to Cromer for the popular Folk on the Pier weekend festival this spring.
A stunning collection of works by some of the world’s greatest artists is heading for Norwich next month in the most spectacular art show ever seen in the region.
Comedian Tom Stade has decided to bring his show Decisions Decisions, plus family show, theatre, jazz and a cabaret show featuring Margaret Thatcher, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.