A trio of dogs took to the stage at The Garage in Norwich for a special production of Little Red Riding Hood.

Cromer’s summer spectacular is the only end of a pier variety show. This year it is celebrating its 40th anniversary and here’s what to expect as the curtain goes up this weekend.

It is a much loved family favourite which has burrowed its way onto the Norwich Theatre Royal stage.

A classical music extravaganza kicks off an exciting programme of events at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft.

A cunning fox seeking to out-do three greedy farmers, Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox is coming to Norwich. Director Maria Aberg reveals all about bringing the family favourite to the stage.

Broadchurch and Doctor Who actor Arthur Darvill talks about his parallel career as a composer and lyricist and how he jumped at the chance to work on the musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic.

I can’t tell you much about Talking Scarlet’s production of this Brian Clemens’ thriller except that it’s very good.

Latitude Festival’s Melvin Benn revealed he’s met with high-ranking officers of the Metropolitan Police in the wake of last month’s Manchester Arena attack and is in almost daily contact with counter-terrorism teams across the country.

East Anglian raised actor Brian Capron, best know as Coronation Street serial killer Richard Hillman, usually goes out of his way to avoid thrillers. So what’s different about Strictly Murder? Entertainment writer Wayne Savage investigated.

Dereham’s youth theatre group DOSYTCo is rehearsing hard to put on a great summer concert celebrating 60 years of pop, rock and musical theatre.

It’s an evening that celebrates everything British – with a selection of well-loved classical masterpieces, popular arias and Proms favourites.

It has been her dream for years to study at one of the top musical theatre colleges in the country.

Looking for something to do in Norfolk between June 12 to 18? Arts correspondent Emma Knights highlights 15 shows and events to enjoy.

Everything that can go awry does in Play That Goes Wrong as accident-prone thespians see their masterpiece fall apart. Actor Patrick Warner tells us about slapstick, British humour and why we all love to see people make fools of themselves.

Shakespeare’s classic comedy Twelfth Night is transposed into a ‘Spaghetti Western’ setting in an upcoming show by amateur theatre group RoughCast.

The stories behind two of the most notorious doctors of the 20th century are being dissected in a production taking to a Norwich stage.

Part of a double run with Twelfth Night, this Watermill Theatre production offers a similarly musical take on the well-known Shakespeare texts, bringing songs and choreographed, physical theatre to the fore.

The Bungay Community Choir is joining forces with its sister choir in Beccles for a special concert to mark its fifth anniversary.

They are songs to get you laughing, rather than dancing, with their mix of wit, smut and silliness.

From family shows to live screenings, there is something for everyone at Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre in the week ahead.

The Watermill Theatre is bringing Twelfth Night and Romeo & Juliet to Norwich complete with indie-rock soundtrack, a 1920s prohibition setting and gender-swap casting explains actress Victoria Blunt.

A musical that celebrates the unique sound of an iconic 60s Mod band will hit the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft next month.

If performing amid the shining lights of the West End is a dancer’s dream, a group of 13 girls from Southwold and Reydon are about to have their dreams come true.

Tosca, Puccini’s classic tale of love, power and revenge brings to life 19th century Rome and the story of Floria Tosca, the wife to a painter who is called upon to hide an escaped political prisoner from the tyrannical chief of police, Scarpia.

Patience, the first show to be performed at Gilbert and Sullivan’s Savoy Theatre in 1881 is a comedy which satirises the pretentious nature of poets and the follies of love.

Actor turned award-wining documentary maker Ross Kemp talks about his East Anglian roots and the end of his Extreme World series

An open air performance of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is to raise funds for the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind.

Excitement levels are high for the Sheringham Players, as their summer production of ‘The Weekend’ was blessed by writer Michael Palin and actor Richard Wilson.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights highlights 20 shows taking to the stage in Norfolk in June.

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