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The Groovy Greeks and Incredible Invaders brought to life with Horrible Histories. Picture: Darren Bell.

Terry Deary’s pretty much universally adored Horrible Histories returns with two new shows, plus comedy with a political slant, Handel’s Messiah and more, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

Francis Bacon Head of a Man (1960) Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts © The Estate of Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon is exhibited alongside works by masters including Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Van Gogh, Picasso, and Matisse, plus cabaret, comedy and music, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

Northern Ballet's The Great Gatsby

Twenties decadence is brought to the stage in Northern Ballet’s The Great Gatsby, plus comedy from Andy Parsons, Jimmy Webb, theatre, opera and art, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

Diana Brocklebank Scott preparing for Plant Lovers Day at Creake Abbey, North Creake. Picture: Ian Burt

An event that is fast becoming known as Norfolk’s answer to the Chelsea Flower Show is back at the end of next month.

Zoe Lyons who headlines WCB comedy night in Great Yarmouth

Comedy from Zoe Lyons and Simon Munnery, plus X Factor star Ray Quinn, concerts and theatre, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

What to do this Easter.

From Easter egg hunts to family shows, riding a steam train to seeing new spring arrivals down on the farm, there are plenty of things to do this Easter for all the family.

Harry Potter wandmaking at North Walsham library.

A free storytelling event, with a built-in bunny hunt, is being held at North Walsham library on Easter Saturday at 11am.

Cromer Pier seen from the tower of the parish church in early evening winter light.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Cromer’s award-winning Pier of the Year is staging an Easter open day on Saturday.

Pretty Corner Wood near Sheringham.  PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Easter activities for all the family are being staged at a range of woodland sites in north Norfolk.

Farmer Graham Williams and granddaugher Molly ready for the Felbrigg Hall lambing. Picture: HANNAH YOUNG

A working farm in Felbrigg is opening its sheds this Easter weekend as the lambing season gets into full swing.

Nigel Fairs as Chief Inspector Morse in House of Ghosts. Photo: Kellie Colby

Inspector Morse is brought to the stage by a Norwich theatre company, plus dance, theatre, music and an Easter concert, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

Tom Stade

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.

Norwich City of Ale 2015 festival publicans, brewers and supporters raise a glass at the launch in the memeorial gardens, Norwich.Pictured front Dawn Leeder and Phil Cutter Photo: Steve Adams

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.

Peter Brathwaite and Donna Bateman in English Touring Opera's The Wild Man of the West Indies. Picture: William Knight

English Touring Opera give a UK premiere to Donizetti’s The Wild Man of the West Indies, plus music, comedy, theatre and sculpture, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

Thomas Gould who will fulfill his ambition to direct Bach's Goldberg Variations with the Britten Sinfonia

Concerts of Bach’s Goldberg Variations and by Norfolk Symphony Orchestra, plus comedy, music and a ghost story, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

The Mist In The Mirror

Another Susan Hill ghost story comes to the stage, plus four exhibitions, classical, Balkan folk and Blood Brothers, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

The Jay Singers

A romantic concert by The Jay Singers, Jane Eyre, circus, comedy and music, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

Bunnies and Bluebells at Lynford Arboretum near Thetford. Photo: Lee Ackers.

Our woods offer the best places to witness spectacular displays of bluebells. And after reports of spring appearing earlier in Norfolk each year, the blue woodland carpet should be out in force come April.

The Honey Man

Acclaimed play The Honey Man, about a man, his bees and an unruly teen, Jeremy Hardy, jazz, choral music and circus, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

The West Runton elephant lumbers his way across the beach. Picture: PAUL DAMEN

Woolly rhinos, bears and wolves will once again roam the streets of Great Yarmouth as part of a mammoth scale artistic adventure.

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