In a few days many of us will be quaffing large quantities of alcohol as part of the Christmas over-indulgence. But, as Trevor Heaton discovers, a Norfolk-linked research project has uncovered the darker historical side to our love affair with booze.
Popular local poet and Bungay Library patron Luke Wright will be back at the library this Friday, December 15, to subject the English language to a series of degrading new tricks for everyone’s amusement.
You may have actors, dancers, musicians and panto script but you also need some stunning backdrops. That is where a Lowestoft-based company comes in bringing festive productions, including the one at Norwich Theatre Royal, to life.
Tickets are selling out fast for the EADT EDP Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards 2018 ceremony, which takes place at St Edmundsbury Cathedral on February 8. The finalists in each category are as follows:
One of my nephews, a bright lad, recently graduated from a highly-rated red brick university with a first class degree and landed a job working at what he refers to as a ‘crowdfunded start-up’ in London.
What was the song of your childhood? Doris Day’s The Deadwood Stage is Elton John’s and now he, and a host of celebs, are sharing their musical memories online to help eight million children suffering silently in overseas orphanages.