August 28 2015 Latest news:

Norfolk entertainment news

Artist Antonella Beschomer, with GoGoDragon! Skipper which was inspired by the artwork around the Royal Arcade, and named after the Arcade's designer George Skipper. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY.

Skipper the GoGoDragon! celebrates work of Norwich architect

Dragon hunters who venture into Norwich’s Royal Arcade will find a mythological creature inspired by one of the city’s great architects.

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

Aylsham Show ready to welcome thousands from town and country at Blickling on Monday

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

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

Out There performance will be particularly special for Fleggburgh’s ‘Juliet’

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.

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Busy finding those needed stickers at the GoGoDragons! sticker swap event at the Millennium Library in The Forum, Norwich. Janie and Charlie Collins with friends Lil and Lloyd Slaughter.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

GoGoDragons! fans enjoy sticker swapping fun at Norwich library

Dragon fans enjoyed an afternoon of sticker swapping fun at Norwich’s Millennium Library.

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Artists prepare the exhibition called Incunabula of art inspired by theology and Norwich Cathedral's library and architecture at the cathedral library. Norwich Cathedral artist in residence, Christopher Minchin, next to a chest which holds a late 17th century Common Prayer book and the cushions it is kept between. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich Cathedral’s ancient books inspire show

Norwich Cathedral’s centuries-old library is both the setting and inspiration for a new exhibition opening today.

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