Rock fans will be able to enjoy live entertainment and bid for music memorabilia at a popular charity fundraiser this weekend.
Songs, comedy and variety will be performed at an end-of-the-pier theatre to mark 70 years after the end of the Second World War in Europe.
A community opera group is marking its 25th year with an historic production.
An eclectic music duo will
be playing at a coastal theatre this weekend.
Folk fans will be able to enjoy traditional Norfolk dialect and a mix of music for free at a festival fringe extravaganza.
A Norwich performance venue is celebrating a major funding boost for its music projects at the centre and around the region.
Some of the greatest talent in the music industry will be in Norwich for a week of workshops ahead of Europe’s biggest free music festival, the Radio 1 Big Weekend.
A Norfolk composer needs your vote in his quest to have his music performed on the Royal Shakespeare Theatre stage in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A south Norfolk tourist railway station is going full steam head and embrace all things Steampunk next weekend.
Singer-songwriter Jessie Ware is rumoured to be among the artists and DJs coming to Norwich for the Radio 1 Academy ahead of the Big Weekend.
One of the problems with loving music from the past is that you don’t get to see many of your heroes performing live.
Strictly Come Dancing stars Camilla Dallerup and Ian Waite will be strutting their stuff on the Great Yarmouth stage when they come to St George’s Theatre.
A series of music concerts will be happening over the next few months to raise funds for a medieval church.
It was only 11 months ago that Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett and her band last played Norwich, at Norwich Waterfront’s upstairs studio in an intimate, but thrilling set.
Talented young musicians are preparing to take a Norwich audience on a musical tour of the Americas.
Music and merriment are heading to Mundesley this summer as the village announces the line-up for its annual festival.
Europe perhaps unfairly stigmatised as shallow pop-rock, but the band gets the balance between the classic hits, such as Rock the Night and The Final Countdown, and their newer material just right.
Young people just want to have fun: that might be a slightly simplistic version of the message behind Cush Jumbo’s The Accordion Shop.
A taste of India will fill a town arts hub in a series of creative events this weekend.
Beloved ballet movements will be performed at an end-of-the-pier theatre to celebrate 35 years of a touring dance company.
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