Around 3000 tonnes of fireworks and equipment will be used over the two nights.

Organisers give an exclusive insight into what to expect at next month’s Proms - the hottest ticket in town.

Friday night guide: Iolanthe by Livewire Opera Company at Norwich Playhouse, Return to the Forbidden Planet at Maddermarket Theatre and The BFG releases in cinemas. (L-R)

Looking for something to do this evening? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place in the fine city.

Holt Festival: Mark Watson, Nandana Dev Sen and Colin Cloud (L-R)

Kicking off this weekend, the Holt Festival will run until July 31 and each day will see a different attraction take place in the town. From Joanna Trollope OBE discussing her adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility to Colin Cloud’s world of deduction, there’s a lot you won’t want to miss at Holt Festival.

What's on in Norfolk: Traditional Garden Party in Cathedral Gardens, Wymondham Carnival and Summer Open Day at Pavilion Theatre, Cromer. (L-R)

Looking for something to do over the weekend? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place across the county.

Lissie. PA Photo/Andrew Whitton.

American singer-songwriter Lissie has announced that she will play Norwich’s Waterfront venue in December.

The Sheringham Brass Band play on the lawn of Southrepps Hall on behalf of the Royal Air Forces Association Wings Appeal. 


Raindrops kept dancing on their heads - but failed to dampen spirits at an open air concert in north Norfolk to raise money for serving and retired servicemen.

Children from the Salvation Army in North Walsham rehearse for their musical ‘Giant Slayer’.

Children in North Walsham are preparing for a mighty battle this weekend.

What's on in Norfolk this weeked? From left to right: Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, World Snail Racing Championships and The Shakespeare Festival.

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place across the county.

Latitude 2016

Revellers from far and wide are gathering in Suffolk as one of the region’s most popular events gets started.

Norwich Sound and Vision 2016 - INHEAVEN. Photo: Steve Gullick.

Music and media festival Norwich Sound & Vision has announced the first wave of acts that will be performing at this 
year’s event.

Love Revisited

This reunion show to mark 10 years since Arthur Lee died is a triumph – and far more than a tribute act.

Let's Eat Grandma, Norwich duo performing at Latitude 2016

There are less than two weeks to go until the start of one of the region’s most popular cultural events.

Gabrielle performing at Festival Too crowd on Saturday night. Picture: Ian Burt

The last night of Festival Too did not disappoint as hundreds packed into the Tuesday Market Place in King’s Lynn to cheer on a host of exciting acts.

What's on in Norwich: Ellie Bea (left) will be performing at The LCR as part of the Young Norfolk Arts Festival and Steemy Dan (right) will be appearing at Norwich Arts Centre for the first time.

Looking for something to do in the city this evening? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place.

Weekend Guide 09/10 July: Gabrielle will be performing at Festival Too, Gressenhall Goes Wild and Cromer Pier Show 2 kicks off. (L-R)

Looking for something to do in Norfolk this weekend? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place.

The seventh annual WoW Festival. Picture: Jerry Tye

A sell-out south Norfolk music festival saw local and well-known bands take to the stage to entertain the crowds.

Attleborough Carnival procession making its way through the town last year. Photo: Steve Adams

The market town of Attleborough is gearing up for a weekend of fun.

Chairman Bridget Nurse with the Festival Too branded bus in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

A bus promoting this weekend’s Festival Too line-up has hit the road in King’s Lynn, ahead of performances by singer Gabrielle and 90s indie band The Wonder Stuff.

Laura Mvula will be at Latitude on July 17. Photo: Josh Shinner

Festival goers will be heading to Henham Park next week for Latitude. From headliners to upcoming talent, SIMON PARKIN picks 15 bands and artists not to miss.

A young performer at the festival's launch

Everything from blues to rock to a youth orchestra are on the programme for the remainder of the Wymondham Music Festival Fortnight, which runs until July 16.

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