NNF16. English Chamber Orchestra. Pictured at Cadogan Hall in London. Photo: Marianne Swienink-Havrd.

Just the names of Haydn and Mozart are a promise of an evening of delightful music, and a large audience was enthusiastic in its appreciation of the performances given by the much-admired English Chamber Orchestra. It was led by David Juritz and conducted by David Parry, who is no stranger to Norwich.

Spring Bank Holiday Weekend Events: Fairy Fair at Sennowe Park, Medieval Re-enactment at Castle Rising Castle and Houghton International Horse Trials. (L-R)

Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place across Norfolk on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Gabrielle is performing at this year's Festival Too in King's Lynn

Multi-platinum selling artist Gabrielle and 90s indie band The Wonder Stuff are among the acts appearing at this year’s festival in King’s Lynn, it has been announced.

Latitude Festival 2016

Further exciting acts have been announced to perform at this summer’s Latitude Festival.

NNF16. Tin Men and the Telephone. Photo: supplied.

Innovative band Tin Men and the Telephone is asking Norwich audiences to turn on their phones and take control of the show. Arts correspondent EMMA KNIGHTS finds out more.

Dancers enjoying the Norfolk and Norwich Festival Ragroof Tea Dance in the Adnams Spiegeltent. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

From the jive to the foxtrot – dancing galore filled the Adnams Spiegeltent as festival-goers enjoyed stepping back through the decades.

K Festival 2016

A music festival in memory of a popular woman who died from cancer will take place this bank holiday weekend.

The Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus after performing Mahler's Symphony No.8 at the Norfolk Showground Arena.
Pic by Keiron Tovell

Norwich Philharmonic Society celebrated its 175th season in truly spectacular style on Saturday with a performance of Mahler’s 8th symphony, the Symphony of a Thousand, so called because of its colossal forces; multiple choirs, eight solo singers and a huge orchestra. Maybe not a thousand performers, but a capacity audience of almost twice that amount in the vast arena of the Norwich Showground: surely a mark of how much the city values its vibrant musical culture and its heritage.

Radio 1 Big Weekend at Earlham Park, Norwich. David Guetta. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

What were you doing a year ago today? You might have been in Earlham Park for Radio 1’s Big Weekend, which brought acts like Taylor Swift, Snoop Dogg and the Foo Fighters to Norwich.

Sianned Jones plays her violin as she is rowed along the river near Fye Bridge as part of the Voice Project's pop up performance around Norwich for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The sublime sounds of The Voice Project choir enchanted festival-goers and passers by during a special pop-up performance in Norwich city centre.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival Garden Party at Chapelfield Gardens. Ye Gods by the Whalley Range All Stars. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

An array of weird and wonderful acts are delighting festival-goers in Norwich’s Chapelfield Gardens this weekend.

NNF16. BELONGING(s). Photo: Dibs McCallum.

Billed as an exploration of migration, the nature of belonging, and the fleeting nature of our surroundings, this unusual production took the audience from the auditorium of Epic Studios through impromptu performances spaces in Anglia Square, St Augustine’s, and the surrounding streets.

Norfolk and Norwich Festival' N sculptures at The Forum. 

Norfolk can claim two of the most important female literary figures in the country – but they are linked by more than just their gender.

NNF16. Les Enfants Terribles will be performing at The Garden Party in Chapelfield Gardens. Photo: supplied.

From a fire-breathing robot dragon to an aerial duet with an urban astronaut - an array of weird and wonderful acts will be entertaining the crowds in Norwich’s Chapelfield Gardens this weekend.

NNF16. Lisa Fischer. Photo: submitted.

In the words of a certain Eighties pop-soul classic, ‘behind every great man, there has to be a great woman,’ and nowhere is that line more fitting than in the story of singer Lisa Fischer who has worked with a host of pop and soul icons. Ahead of her solo show at Norwich Theatre Royal, John Bultitude caught up with the R and B songstress.

NNF14 The Voice Project rehearse for their performance of Souvenir at Holkham Hall. Photo: JMA Photography.

Music and song will be filling our fine city this weekend for a special mini-festival dedicated to experimenting with the human voice.

Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone and at the Waterfront in Norwich on Wednesday May 18.

Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin made a surprise appearance in Norwich last night when he came out on stage and sang a duet with Adam Green at The Waterfront Studio.

THE JOE RINGER BAND will present SWINGIN’ WITH BUBLÉ at Norwich Theatre Royal. Photo: submitted.

Singers are needed to join the cast of the big band show Swingin’ with Bublé which is coming to Norwich Theatre Royal this summer.

Six things to do in Norfolk this weekend: Hanse Festival in King's Lynn, Beer and Cider Festival in Great Yarmouth and Ladies Day at Fakenham Racecourse. (L-R)

Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place across the county on Saturday and Sunday.

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