From music into the night to rural arts and crafts, fashion shows, art exhibitions and demonstrations, the Royal Norfolk Show offers a host of arts and culture treats. Simon Parkin highlights what to do and where to head to get cultural at the show.
Internationally renowned as the leading light in stained glass, a glorious colourful new exhibition in Norwich of works by artist Brian Clarke sees him continuing to push the boundaries of the centuries-old art form. Simon Parkin reports.
Pubs are struggling and a different major retailer seems to be announcing store closures each week. A supermarket boss has pointed the finger at business rates – but have changes made last year really had a destructive impact? Doug Faulkner reports.
It seems you ‘live well for more, not less’ if your house is situated close to a top supermarket - with the likes of Sainsburys, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer adding on average more than £21,000 to the price of a property, new research shows.
Norwich-based choir The Voice Project has been filling venue’s across the county with imaginative, original song for the last decade. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out about the group’s latest show
From a garden party full of weird and wonderful acts to a performance project on a north Norfolk beach, there are lots of free events to enjoy at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights.
In July 2016 Ron Wilkie, a fit 85-year-old, had a stroke. He spent the next four months in a hospital bed. When he came out he struggled to walk. His son has been asking for physiotherapy to help him recover ever since - to no avail.
Opened 40 years ago, Norman Foster’s Sainsbury Centre remains a milestone of the ‘high-tech’ modern archtitecture movement. Now a new exhibition examines how this largely British style would go on to re-build the world.