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Freeman of Barnsley, inveterate Yorkshire Tea drinker, Mercury Prize nominee and darling of British folk, Kate Rusby is celebrating 25 years on the road with an intimate evening of stories and songs in Norwich.

Energy regulator Ofgem is to extend its prepayment price cap to one million more vulnerable households this winter, saving them £120 a year.

Local people were treated to fascinating insights from some renowned guest speakers as Lowestoft Library held its fifth Literary Festival.

A new series being broadcast (streamed) on Netflix (whatever that might be) follows comedian Jack Whitehall and his father, Michael, as they holiday in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A Suffolk home-grown beans firm has scooped a prestigious national award.

Thousands of people are set to become a part of East Anglia’s biggest Halloween music festival as it returns for its third year.

In his weekly cricket column, Don Topley discusses the enjoyment of radio commentary

Barry Cryer has written jokes for a who’s who of comedy greats but he is also a performer. This weekend he is back at Norwich Playhouse with partner at the piano Colin Sell.

A well-known concert band established over 50 years ago is set to hold their annual concert in Wells to raise money for the RNLI.

His song Human became an overnight global hit and proved its pays not to take golden voiced singer Rag’n’Bone Man at face value. As he prepares to come to Norfolk’s Sundown festival, he tells us more about an amazing 12 months.

A 3D scale model copy of the West Runton Mammoth - one of the most spectacular archaeological discoveries ever made in Norfolk - could be heading home to where the remarkable skeleton was found.

Reepham Summer Music Festival celebrates its 10-year milestone this weekend and promises to be another diverse musical extravaganza.

The comedy festival returns to Chapelfield Gardens for four nights of stand-up featuring big names, old favourites and upcoming stars. Prepare to split your sides.

King’s Lynn Festival got off on a high note with a live outdoor performance from a range of musical acts at the weekend.

King’s Lynn will come alive with the sound of the music from some of the biggest TV shows, films, theatre and the classics.

Budding young wordsmiths from four north Norfolk primary schools had a chance to share the stage with two top poets, at an inter-school poetry slam held at Sheringham Little Theatre to celebrate the end of a three-month project run by children’s arts organisation Falcon.

Having never knowingly passed up the chance to name drop, I feel I must mention that when I was school librarian, supervising private study periods, the author and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Inside Science, Adam Rutherford, was one of my sixth-formers.

A BBC Faces of Comedy photography exhibition opens at the Forum in Norwich tomorrow (Saturday, July 1). Here are some of the funny men, women and shows featured.

A retro 1980s festival is boosting Norwich’s profile as a city of live music.

A majority of Tory members believe Theresa May should resign as prime minister, according to a snap survey by the ConservativeHome website.

Witnesses have described seeing a speeding vehicle veer into crowds on London Bridge and people being stabbed in Borough Market, as police respond to incidents in the capital.

Violin-paying brothers Vladimir and Anton Jablokov who are exciting the music world with their dazzling performances will be guests of the BBC Concert Orchestra at a recording of Friday Night is Music Night during King’s Lynn Festival.

A Norfolk hospital team received a special thank you on national radio from the widow of a former patient.

Author Jon McGregor is among the writers taking to the stage for Norfolk and Norwich Festival’s City of Literature Weekend.

Andrew Burton, from Writers’ Centre Norwich, talks to him about his latest book, Reservoir 13.

People can enjoy music from around the world and across the spectrum at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

A Norwich-based storytelling project that puts the spotlight on ordinary people and encourages them to share their true stories on stage is celebrating its first birthday this weekend.

New mothers with serious mental health problems will be able to receive specialist inpatient help closer to home as the region’s first dedicated mother and baby unit is set to open.

Suffolk chart-topper Ed Sheeran has shot to number 12 on this year’s Sunday Times’ Young Rich List.

A popular performer will make a welcome return to the Marina Theatre – almost ten years to the day since his last appearance in Lowestoft.

All the fun of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival is set to begin next week with a jam-packed programme full of circus, performance, music, literature and more.

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