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A young handler and her calf at last year's show. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Visitors to the Aylsham Show on Monday should escape any Bank Holiday downpours.

The West Runton elephant being

The life-size articulated model of the world-famous West Runton elephant will take another stroll on West Runton beach this bank holiday weekend.

Aylsham Show 2014. A young sheep handler awaits the judges decision.  Picture: ANTONY KELLY

East Anglia’s largest one-day agricultural show, returns to the Blickling Park on Bank Holiday Monday.

Tia Mars. She will be performing at this year's Out There Festival. Picture: Hannah Springhall

When a circus adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet plays out in Great Yarmouth next month it will be a particularly special moment for one of its cast.

Cromer Carnival Day at the Runton Road show ground. The Royal Signals Motorcycle display team perform in the main ring. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Crowds are already staking their claims to the best vntage points for tonight’s Cromer carnival parade.

Cromer Carnival family fun day at the Carnival ground on Runton Road people enjoying themselves despite the rain and windy weather. Dance Zenergy perform inside the main carnival tent.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A brighter weather forecast will add some sunshine back into Cromer carnival’s climax today after gloomy drizzle put a damper on yesterday’s family events.

Dizzy O Dare, Body of Wires, performing at Out There. Picture: David Street

The Out There festival annually brings huge crowds, ground breaking performances and new talent to Great Yarmouth for a weekend of circus and street art delights.

Transe Express, performing at Out There

Gigantic skeleton puppets, masked drummers and a fairytale-themed outdoor spectacular combine to make up the headline shows at this year’s Out There festival.

Nicky Kemp

Calling all cheeky monkeys! Educational children’s show Animal Alphabet is coming to Great Yarmouth this weekend.

Sophie G

The Summer Seafront Fireworks season in Great Yarmouth continues on Wednesday, with live music from Sophie G and her Good Times band.

Dance Dayz workshops are coming to St George's

Youngsters are invited to get toe-tapping and put their skills on show at a series of dance workshops being held at Great Yarmouth’s St George’s Theatre,

The Heath Quartet. Photo: Sussie Ahlbur

The Heath Quartet return to Binham Priory’s series of summer concerts, swing with Digby Fairweather’s Half Dozen, family show and a one-man show about Lewis Carroll, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

Wayne Brett-Reynolds from Kettlestone in Norfolk on his Minion bar stool racing machine. Picture: SUBMITTED

Ride-on lawnmowers converted into miniature bars will compete in a trio of wacky races at a popular agricultural vehicle show this weekend.

The Oss and the Ox, a fusion of Brazilian and british cultures, is one of the festival highlights for 2015.

A fantastic folk infusion will fill Great Yarmouth’s streets when the eighth annual Out There Festival takes over the town - and people of all ages are now invited to join in the colourful fun.

Norwich Theatre Royal Youth Company in rehearsal of the stage show Peter Pan Return To Neverland. Captain Hook, Joe Darbyshire, and the pirates. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Young theatre stars of the future appear in Peter Pan Return To Neverland, comedy in Diss, a theatrical thriller, blues and jazz and Southburgh Festival, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

Cambridge Touring Theatre's Robin Hood - The Musical. Photo: Chris Carroll-Davis

Cambridge Touring Theatre bring the iconic tale set in the English countryside of Robin Hood and his band of merry men to The Walks in King’s Lynn, plus music, theatre, art and a show about false hair! SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

Wind and rain drive the waves onto the beach and pier at Cromer.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Cromer lifeboat day - originally scheduled to take place tomorrow from 10am - has been postponed to August 9.

Wells Lifeboat station held an open day to raise money for the new lifeboat - Oliver Parr (8) with crew member Angel Eaglen. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Wells lifeboat crew will be demonstrating their skills in saving lives at sea at their open day on Sunday.

Lee Nelson, the stage persona of Simon Brodkin, will be at Laugh in the Park. Photo: Shamil Tanna

Sepp Blatter bating prankster Lee Nelson is among a host of comedy big names at Laugh in the Park, plus music, cabaret, theatre, a kids show and exhibition. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

David Lawrence takes a break next to a 1940 Fordson Standard N at last year's festival.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Family fun, rural bygones, arena entertainment and music combine as festival time gets under way at Worstead this weekend.

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