A quirky new take on the story of Joan of Arc performed by a ‘drag king’ is being staged at Sheringham Little Theatre on October 25.

Norwich theatres have joined comedians in paying tribute to Irish stand-up star Sean Hughes who has died aged 51.

The tale of a shipwreck will grace the stage at Hethersett Village Hall in an upcoming pantomime.

One of the world’s most well-travelled opera singers Christopher Ainslie is at Norwich Theatre Royal in an epic production, taking on the lead-role in English Touring Opera’s production of Handel’s Giulio Cesare.

A group of young performers are busy rehearsing for a concert to raise funds for Children in Need.

Actor and children’s television legend Derek Griffiths is set to return to Norwich’s Theatre Royal - 12 years after he last appeared in a pantomime in the city.

Pantomime season will soon be upon us - oh yes it will! - and The Garage is among the Norwich venues busily preparing for its festive show.

Paris is one of the most romantic places in the world and it will be coming to Diss for one night only.

With the festive season fast approaching, for many people it means just one thing - panto.

Did you ever wonder what happened to Lady Bracknell at the end of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest?

A dance explosion featuring some top tap-dancers but without the traditional top hat and tails, and with no jazz-hands in sight, Tap Factory, which is coming to Lowestoft and Norwich, mixing urban rhythms and some circus-style set-pieces.

Dizzy O’Dare’s Rise, mixing tight-wire, live music, theatre and comedy in a touching story about the complexity of relationships, returns for a performance at The Drill House where it was created.

The Upper Octave, one of the county’s most popular musical opera fusion groups, is holding a special celebration at Norwich Puppet Theatre and is calling for all past members to join them.

If there’s something strange in the neighbourhood, who you gonna call? William Shakespeare!

DanceEast is committed to promoting new work from the country’s leading talents. Choreographer Joss Arnott, one of the leading figures in British contemporary dance, this weekend gives a world premiere to his latest high energy triple bill.

The general manager of one of Norwich’s theatres is set to leave her post to retrain as a triathlon coach.

Carole King is the most successful female songwriter of the latter half of the 20th century and the most successful female songwriter on the UK singles charts between 1952 and 2005.

There was some pretty offensive language, plenty of bare flesh on show and somewhat sexual content at times - so was Dereham ready for Priscilla?

Classic comic opera returns to Sheringham Little Theatre this weekend, as part of a legacy left by a defunct north Norfolk Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

A Beccles stage is set to be transformed into the iconic Sherwood Forest this pantomime season as the town welcomes Robin Hood and his merry men.

Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society (Csods) is inviting audiences to set sail on the ocean waves, in the extravagantly-titled musical comedy We Found Love and an Exquisite Set of Porcelain Figures Aboard the SS Farndale Avenue.

“A devastatingly romantic French love story” is the way director Stash Kirkbride describes the central play in this year’s Hostry Festival.

The life story and countless classic songs from iconic singer-songwriter Carole King feature in hit musical Beautiful which arrives at Norwich Theatre Royal this week. It’s star Bronté Barbé tells us about taking on the title role.

Casting has been announced for the return of Matthew Bourne’s production of Cinderella to Norwich Theatre Royal.

With the new series of Strictly Come Dancing underway Jessica Long reveals where you can see winners and professional dancers from the show at theatres in East Anglia this year and next.

Hidden secrets, dark conspiracies, counter-intelligence and spies all feature in psychological thriller Anglian Mist, inspired by the top secret military past of Orford Ness, which is coming to Norfolk as part of an autumn regional tour.

Review: David Porter applauds the Lowestoft Players’ golden jubilee production.

I had seen this musical once before several years ago, but the latest stage production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre blew my mind.

The Inn Crowd project brings free live performances of music, comedy, poetry and theatre to village locals as part of inivative project to breathe new life into local pubs.

Take That’s new musical The Band was launched with a bang as pop legend Lulu joined Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald on stage for a showstopping finale of Relight My Fire on the show’s opening night.

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