The agreement of a near two-year transition period after Brexit has provided some relief for East Anglia’s small businesses – but many feel more clarity is still needed on how leaving the European Union will impact them.
Were you to bundle them together in a single day’s publication, the week’s assorted headlines would supply you with a ready-made mixture of amusement, anger, happiness, frustration, laughter and a host of other reactions besides.
When Messi is labelled a genius but our political leaders are university also-rans you know something has gone wrong somewhere. Comedian Simon Evans’ brings his new show to Norwich to bemoan that genuine geniuses seem thin on the ground.
Dominic North is taking on the lead role of Harry the pilot and being dance captain in a revival of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella set amid the London Blitz of the Second World War setting. As it arrives in the region, he tells us more.
Folk legends Blowzabella are celebrating 40 years of their inimitable, drone-based wall of sound with a new album, book about the history of the band, and a visit to Diss Corn Hall (one of their favourite venues).
Radius Sports Marketing is working with the Chelsea Foundation to deliver the inaugural match between Chelsea FC Legends and Inter Forever, the Inter Milan legends team, to commemorate both clubs’ European success in the 1997/98 season. Chelsea won the treble of the League Cup, Uefa Cup Winners’ Cup and the Uefa Super Cup while Inter won the Uefa Cup.
The dramatisation of a failed 2015 terrorist attack on board a train hurtling from Amsterdam to the French capital, which was thwarted by the quick-thinking of three American tourists, continues Clint Eastwood films about acts of valour torn from headlines.
Colman’s Mustard owner Unilever has posted better than expected fourth quarter sales growth in its first set of results since announcing it would move most of production of the fiery condiment out of Norfolk.
Travels in Light will see Voice Project Choir performing at three very different churches in Norwich’s Princes Street. Renowned for bringing to life iconic local landmarks, their latest project is designed to brighten up the dark January winter night.