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About 40 artists will be celebrating our fine city in paint when the annual Paint Out Norwich open air art competition returns for a fourth year as part of the Hostry Festival.

Visitors have just a few days left to enjoy the Paul Nash exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre. Arts correspondent Emma Knights takes a final look at the show about the wartime artist.

GoGoHares galore are set to hop into Norwich next year - and today we are launching a competition giving readers the chance to create the character who will make the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News headquarters its home.

From Giraffy Duck to Bauble Christmas Quacker - a colourful collection of decorated ducks will be taking to the River Wensum for some quacking good fun later this month.

Keen amateur photographers are being challenged to capture unique images of Norwich’s architecture with the theme of memory.

An art exhibition in memory of a Norfolk artist has raised more than £1,000 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

A new exhibition of abstract art has opened at Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry.

An array of GoGoHares are set to hop into Norwich next summer, and artists are being encouraged to come up with some weird and wonderful designs for the characters that will form a charity art trail through the city and county.

Last minute preparations are underway as Gorleston prepares for its annual festival of fun along its scenic clifftop this weekend.

Norfolk author Anna Sewell’s classic story of Black Beauty is being celebrated in a special exhibition marking the 140th anniversary of the book.

Norfolk-born artist Chloe Steele has been announced as this year’s winner of Holt Festival’s Sir John Hurt Art Prize.

A colourful kaleidoscope of art inspired by America’s City of Angels takes centre stage in a new exhibition at Norwich Arts Centre.

From watching big bands to making mud pies, people love Latitude for different reasons.

It grows bigger and better each year and in 2017 Latitude Festival outshone itself.

Fans of Mumford and Sons know what to expect from their gigs. In fact, there’s not a music lover out there that won’t know the British band will do when they get out on stage.

Katherine Jenkins is one of the few artists who could look perfectly picturesque gliding towards the Waterfront Stage at Latitude Festival.

Festival goers to Latitude put their best fashion foot forward at the Suffolk festival.

American comic Reginald D Hunter was at his offensive best despite having to perform his set from a wheelchair after breaking a leg.

With his charming good looks and energy filled set, it’s hardly surprising the comedy tent was filled with enough young girls to rival a One Direction concert.

It’s hard to believe this wry and witty comedian started out as a corporate lawyer, although then again it’s not.

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