Breathtaking circus spectacle, mind-boggling illusions and beautiful storytelling is wowing the crowds at Norfolk and Norwich Festival’s Garden Party this weekend.

What the Barely Methodical Troupe can do with their respective bodies is truly mesmerising: this showcase of highly-choreographed dance and acrobatics is mind-blowing.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is bringing 17 days of music, circus, theatre, art, literature and more to the city and county.

Bristol-based musician Kid Carpet (an anagram of his name Ed Patrick) is a one man phenomenon.

Weird and wonderful acts galore will entertain the crowds at a giant garden party full of free festival fun this weekend.

The Norwich Theatre Royal welcomed Grammy-award winning, and Nashville Hall of Fame inductee, singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter for the first time on Thursday night, as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

A world premiere is always a nail-biting moment. All the more so for a company like Improbable, who (as the name suggests) rely heavily on improvisation as a way of creating their work.

A popular actor, best known for starring in EastEnders, will be taking on a leading role in a sparkling family pantomime.

A century of musical theatre is being celebrated in a special show at Norwich Puppet Theatre this month.

The acclaimed Northern Broadsides theatre company do a superb job of reviving Dickens’ Hard Times, says Robert Wright.

What can politics teach poetry? That was the question posed by Tim Clare and Mark Grist at this unusual verse meets votes show at Norwich Arts Centre.

Nuclear oblivion and Lego might not seem like natural companions but this unusual show, Nuketown, brings them crashing together.

Circus spectacle is once again set to wow in the Adnams Spiegelgent. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the 2018 headline act taking to the stage in the iconic Norfolk and Norwich Festival venue.

This is a most unusual show for people with profound and multiple learning difficulties by theatre company Frozen Light.

Legends of music and of the screen will be taking centre stage at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft over the next week.

Calendar Girls The Musical is among the latest shows announced in the new programme revealed by Norwich Theatre Royal today

From the very start of Hofesh Shechter’s return to the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, with a blatant nod to the monolith and apes of 2001 Space Odyssey, we a bombarded with a dense series of cultural references.

While audiences are enjoying all the fun of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, a top team of volunteers are working hard to make sure everything runs smoothly.

The tragic tale of Kett’s Rebellion is recast in a superb and ingenious stage production, says Eve Stebbing.

A Norwich theatre company with a passion for creating work for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities is presenting its latest show at Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

From a garden party full of weird and wonderful acts to a performance project on a north Norfolk beach, there are lots of free events to enjoy at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights.

Hundreds of primary school children from four Lowestoft schools will perform with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Marina Theatre later this month.

Eve Stebbing enjoys an intriguing performance in front of Norwich Castle.

Eve Stebbing enjoys a charming take on Alice Through the Looking Glass at Norwich Playhouse.

Letters tumble and words collapse into each other on the cover of Hannah Silva’s new album Talk In A Bit. In her hands words are reshaped, taken apart and juggled into new and exciting configurations.

Skulking on stage in his skinny jeans, white t-shirt, and fulsome beard, David McAlmont cuts an unprepossessing figure.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival kicks off today and is bringing 17 days of weird and wonderful entertainment for audiences to enjoy. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights.

After being part of the original spellbinding cast for the Harry Potter plays in the West End, two Norfolk actors are now wowing audiences in New York’s Broadway productions and are in the running for some special awards.

An elaborate drumroll by a colourful collection of characters has heralded the start of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

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