It’s 70 years since Indian independence.

Stars from the world of stage and screen will perform at a charity show in Oulton Broad this weekend.

Performance venues across Norwich are coming together to support those affected by the Manchester terrorist attack.

A new book club run by the popular Waterstones shop will be launched at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft.

From zombie make-up, to learning about the world of technical theatre – there is something for everyone at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft this half-term.

Manchester was home to Norwich Theatre Royal chief executive Stephen Crocker for more than 11 years before he moved to Norwich late last year.

Threshold Theatre is staging the award-winning musical based loosely on Monty Python and the Holy Grail at Norwich Playhouse and we have pairs of tickets to give away.

The Spiegeltent is an other-worldly venue, and this Hocus Pocus and Gossamer Thread co-production, Night Magic, seeks to lift the veil and take you to the other side.

Review: Roger Haywood is entralled by the drama Kindertransport, at the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich

Hurray! Norwich’s own storytelling night, True Stories Live, is one year old.

One of Norfolk and Norwich Festival’s most iconic venues has once again sprung up in the city’s Chapelfield Gardens offering audiences a cocktail of circus, music and more. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the shows and events at the Adnams Spiegeltent.

It was considered a seminal moment in rock ‘n’ roll history and now the moment four music giants came together for an impromptu jam session has hit the Norwich Theatre Royal stage.

Festival-goers are being invited to a night of spectacle and spectres in the after dark cabaret show Night Magic at the Adnams Spiegeltent.

Despite the prospect of turning 50 next year — yes really — Jason Donovan is as busy as ever, appearing this week as the legendary rock‘n’roll producer in Million Dollar Quartet at Norwich Theatre Royal, and planning a reflective solo show.

The word strut means ‘to flaunt and to stand stiffly upright.’

It’s great when an act pleasantly surprises: and at this gig at Norwich Theatre Royal the audience got two unexpected delights.

Audiences are set to be transported back in time with Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society’s latest production.

One of the delights of live theatre is feeling an audience react.

Way back in the sixties, when I was barely out of short trousers, I had the great fortune, aided by the wisdom of a long-gone jazz friend, to go and see Lena Horne at Ronnie Scott’s.

Driftwood is an exhilarating acrobatic-fuelled performance peppered with heart-in-mouth moments as the performers mould themselves together into positions not thought to be humanly possible, and all with incredible fluidity.

Eleven stories scattered across the battered remains of an old factory are yours to explore in this creative and surprising event from the Writers’ Centre Norwich.

We all get so used to listening to the negatives about the refugee crisis, that it comes as a great relief to hear somebody with a positive outlook. “It changes lives to get engaged,” says Marianne Cornil, co-artistic director of Theatre Fragile which is presenting We Meet In Paradise at The Forum as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

A member of a circus company injured on stage in Norwich last night is recovering well, a spokesman for the show has said.

Two events in North Creake are causing a little confusion in the village.

Strictly sweethearts Kevin and Karen Clifton will perform in East Anglia this June as part of their UK tour. And two lucky members of the audience will have the chance to join them on stage, reports Rachel Banham.

There is no place like home. That is the overriding theme of a beautifully conceived and performed production heading to Norwich.

Chotto Desh mixes dance, storytelling and animation in a story that works on a number of levels and for all ages, as John Bultitude discovers.

A free masked theatre performance will put the issues of asylum and exile into the spotlight this week.

Race Horse Company, Super Sunday, Norwich Theatre Royal

From human catapulting to giant seesaws to a wheel of death - an array of awe-inspiring circus stunts are thrilling audiences at Norwich Theatre Royal.

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