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Britten Sinfonia’s At Lunch series brings world class musicians performing premieres by internationally recognised composers to Norwich, all in your lunch hour. The new season begins this week with a jazz groove.

A special musical production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is being brought to the stage in Norwich this festive season.

The mystery of what happened to a missing Magritte painting has led art experts from New York to Stockholm to Norwich. And now, the final part of the jigsaw has been found in Brussels, arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

A collection of letters, written from the battlefields of the First World War, inspired a Suffolk woman to research her uncle’s bright life and devastating death.

The remarkable picture you see here shows history in the making - the Russian Revolution - and Suffolk journalist and poet Aidan Semmens’ grandmother took it. Aidan tells her story.

A Norfolk runner has said the “closeness and solidarity” of the running community will help when she takes on the New York Marathon just days after a terror attack in the city.

Seven students from a West Norfolk school may face trial next month in New York.

Belgian director Ivo van Hove won superlatives for his strikingly modern production of Ibsen’s thrilling masterpiece Hedda Gabler. As it comes to this region on its debut tour, he tells us about his love for the play, why he couldn’t set it in the 19th cenury.

Holby City star and Strictly winner Tom Chambers had a childhood love of tap dancing and has landed his dream role in Gershwin musical Crazy For You. He tells us about his love of Hollywood’s golden age.

They were attracted to Norwich in the 1970s to entertain hordes of music lovers with their anarchy.

After 22 years with Glasgow pop/rock outfit Del Amitri, Justin Currie made the rash decision to go it alone and now he is bringing his band to the Waterfront in support of his fourth solo album, This Is My Kingdom Now.

A Norwich property professional is heading to the US to tackle his first marathon at the age of 50.

Mercury Prize nominated all-female indie-rockers The Big Moon are going places and will be amongst the headliners at Norwich Sound and Vision, designed to showcase and inspire local music talent to follow in their footsteps.

At a time when many pubs around Norfolk are closing their doors, a Broads-based establishment has proved that given the right combination of factors, they can still be successful.

Adapted from Jeannette Walls’ best-selling memoir, director Destin Daniel Cretton’s film, starrinh Oscar winner Brie Larson, asks us to believe that formative years marked harsh lessons in self-preservation could inspire four siblings.

The mother of a Kessingland man caught in the middle of the Las Vegas shooting has described her agonising wait to hear of her son’s safety.

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.

Everything from Canaries fans heading to Carrow Road to the stunning architecture of Norwich Cathedral feature in the latest exhibition by artist Rob Pointon.

Concerns have been raised over the impact an adult gaming centre could have on “vulnerable and desperate people” if it is granted a licence to operate.

The longevity of the Lowestoft Players is virtually unrivalled when it comes to amateur dramatics.

An artist “born and bred” in Wells-next-the-Sea is a finalist in a prestigious international art competition.

With three nights at a spa hotel, plus all food and drink, doesn’t it actually look good value? asks columnist Peter Sharkey

A bright bunch of North Walsham students have celebrated their time at a historic Norfolk college with a special graduation.

A tech firm has said it is “fit for growth” after completing a restructure as it posted reduced losses in its latest results.

It’s well established that bird migration is one of the great marvels of the natural world - but studies in a Suffolk seaside town are showing that it’s even more miraculous than might be thought.

Take a sneak peek at the top must-watch movies coming to Norfolk’s cinemas this September, including IT, Victoria & Abdul, American Assassin, Kingsman: The Golden Circle and Mother!

Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett rounded off the grand slam calendar with a brace of final appearances at the US Open in New York.

Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett and his Scottish playing partner Gordon Reid made a unique piece of sporting history when they won the first ever wheelchair tennis match to played on Arthur Ashe Court, earning them a place in Saturday’s men’s doubles final at the US Open.

A swimmer from Norwich has set herself the task of crossing the North Channel as part of a global challenge.

Most marathon runners will tell you that when taking on the challenge, one of the last things you want to think about is the wind.

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