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Norwich Sound and Vision 2015. Palace.

Music and media festival Norwich Sound and Vision is set to return to the city for a sixth year with a packed programme of entertainment and debate.

The Koons Collaborative put on a Jeff Koons-inspired 'Koons Couture' presentation at Norwich Castle for the Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

From fashion and games to theatre and dance - young people have been entertaining audiences with a vibrant mix of shows and events at this year’s Young Norfolk Arts Festival.

Miley Cyrus twerking. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

“Twerk”, the word describing the dance popularised by Miley Cyrus, can be traced back to as early as 1820, according to the Oxford English Dictionary.

Art House Cafe, Cromer - Liz James with an example of her own art. Picture: RICHARD BATSON

A new gallery at Cromer is brewing up displays of East Anglian artists - as well as coffee.

Joseph Ballard and Krissi Jae Kitson performing in a previous Atrium variety show in North Walsham. Picture: SUBMITTED

Budding performers are getting the chance to tread the boards at a town talent show this weekend.

Last Great Dreamers

A band who enjoyed musical success in the 90s and have recently reformed are set to perform at this year’s Rock Bodham event.

Betty Brawn will be performing in Norwich city centre on Thursday night.

A colourful array of music and street theatre is set to entertain people in Norwich on Thursday evenings this summer.

Andy Sexton is hosting a competition to find the best Elvis impersonator in Norfolk later this year. Now he is calling all Elvises to come forward and enter the show, which will be  at The Talk in Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

It’s Now or Never for the UK’s best Elvis impersonator to have their blue suede shoes, white jumpsuits and hair gel at the ready for a new talent competition.

Kylie Minogue launches Newmarket Nights at Newmarket Racecourse. Picture: John Hoy

An elegant night at the races was given an extra touch of sparkle, glitz and glamour when Kylie launched the first of this year’s Newmarket Nights.

The group Ultra Ego, which will be at this year's TitchFest event. Picture: ROBERT BARKER

Popular 1980s band The Jets will headline a charity music festival this weekend for a children’s hospital fund.

Ukelear Power play at the launch of the Young Norfolk Arts Festival at The Forum.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

With their colourful ukuleles at the ready, a group of young musicians were the opening act for this year’s Young Norfolk Arts Festival.

Franko Fraize who has been added to the Radio One playlist

Norfolk musician Franko Fraize says he is “absolutely buzzin’” after he wrapped up a deal with a major record label.

The Jigantics

Nu Folk band The Jigantics are appearing at Davenport’s Magic Kingdom in North Walsham this Saturday, June 13.

Top Brass entertain visitors in Eaton Park. Photo: Adrian Judd.

In the days before records and CDs, let alone iTunes and Spotify, if you wanted to listen to music, then Norwich’s parks were often a good port of call.

Youngsters who are performing in the Jonah musical at th Atrium in North Walsham. Picture: SUBMITTED

Youngsters will be performing at a town arts hub in a children’s musical this weekend.

Suzanne Challinor and Laura Wakefield who star in Sheringham Players' production of Flying Feathers. Picture: SUBMITTED

A risqué farce set in an English country house is coming to a
small community seaside theatre.

Northrepps musician Bob Wright has brought out a new album. 

The chuffs and toots of north Norfolk’s steam railway provide the backing to a new track by a local singer-songwriter.

Joseph Ballard and Krissi Jae Kitson performing in a previous Atrium variety show in North Walsham. Picture: SUBMITTED

Budding performers will get the chance to tread the boards at a town talent show.

Anam Cara Dance at a previous North Walsham variety show. Picture Submitted

A first week-long festival for North Walsham – looking to the town’s past as well as its future – is being held later this month.

Megan Dennis in the chapel at Gressenhall Museum, the location for a performance of the Gressenhall Suite. Picture: Matthew Usher.

It was a jolly little dance in a Norfolk village but it inspired a respected composer to adapt the music he heard into an orchestral suite for piano and strings.

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