One of Norfolk and Norwich Festival’s most iconic venues has once again sprung up in the city’s Chapelfield Gardens offering audiences a cocktail of circus, music and more. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the shows and events at the Adnams Spiegeltent.
All the family are invited to a fun-filled garden party in Norwich’s Chapelfield Gardens this weekend organised by the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the weird and wonderful acts that will be entertaining the crowds.
About 60,000 music fans are set to head to Norwich’s Carrow Road in June to see the final two UK dates of Take That’s Wonderland tour. Arts correspondent Emma Knights went to the tour’s opening night in Birmingham on Friday to find out more about the show.
He has travelled the world creating art in the landscape, and for his latest show Richard Long is using the historic Houghton Hall as his canvas. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the Turner Prize-winning artist’s latest show.
While archaeologist Howard Carter was leading the great discovery of the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun, who was the man behind the camera capturing in pictures one of the greatest archaeological moments of the 20th century?
From Harry Potter to A Clockwork Orange - West End star Sam Clemmett has returned to his East Anglian roots to support his former drama teacher’s latest show. He talks to arts correspondent Emma Knights.
The latest major art exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts puts the spotlight on wartime artist and Surrealist painter Paul Nash. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at six paintings in the show with exhibition coordinator Laura Peterle.
From tea and ancient kingdoms to the amazing wildlife and beautiful beaches of Sri Lanka - in the second part of a two-part series, Oliver Franzen and Emma Knights go in search of elephants and explore the island’s coastline.
Author Elly Griffiths’ inspiration for using East Anglia as the setting for her storytelling first began with hearing ghost stories on family holidays on The Broads. As the latest book in her long-running mystery series is released, she talks to arts correspondent Emma Knights.
With works by major artists including Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso and Francis Bacon on display alongside art from around the world spanning the last 5,000 years, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich must be one of the crowning jewels of our region’s rich cultural scene.
Thriller Live has travelled the world celebrating the music of Michael Jackson, and this month the spectacle paying tribute to the King of Pop is heading to East Anglia. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more.