Emma Knights

Sixty thousand people will watch Take That perform the final two dates of their Wonderland tour in Norwich.

Norwich City Football Club’s director of commercial, Ben Kensell, talks to arts correspondent Emma Knights about turning the Canaries’ home ground into a music stadium.

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.

Visitors will be able to take a peek inside some rather special dolls’ houses in the latest exhibition at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. Arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

From stunning landscapes to ancient wonders to the world famous Ceylon Tea, the beautiful island of Sri Lanka has it all.

And, as Emma Knights and Oliver Franzen discovered, there is even a little bit of Norfolk nestled high up in the hills.

With the news the release of the film Tulip Fever is being delayed yet again, arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 other major films that audiences have had to wait to see.

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.

Stephen Fry has spoken of how his trips to Norwich cinemas were where he first grew to love film, as he announced as a new patron of one of the city’s festivals.

With the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh due to visit the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts this Friday to see the Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific exhibition, arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 reasons why we should all pay a trip to this great cultural centre on the University of East Anglia campus.

A Norwich mother is appealing for people to help her realise her ambition to publish her first children’s book.

Norwich’s Epic Studios has appointed a new live music manager who has ambitious plans for the venue’s role in the city’s music scene.

Film fans are continuing to be kept in suspense as to when Norwich Cathedral’s starring role will be revealed on the big screen in the movie Tulip Fever.

A Norwich cheerleading squad is celebrating receiving a £1,000 funding boost to help its members compete in competitions across the country.

Young people who enjoy singing are invited to join a well known Norfolk choir.

Country duo The Shires are set to perform an open-air concert near Norwich in the the summer.

From the bright lights of the stage to the behind the scenes world of the kitchen, stars of the glamourous show La Cage Aux Folles took a break from performing to make some sweet treats at a Norwich cookery school.

The Wild West has proved a big hit in the east as 61,200 people enjoyed watching Norwich Theatre Royal’s cowboy-themed production of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Talented musicians took to the stage for the 2017 Norfolk Young Musician Competition.

Some special guests enjoyed a tea party with Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime stars before taking their seats to watch Jack and the Beanstalk at the city venue.

A champion of the city’s classical music scene is to step down from his role with Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music at the end of the season.

GCSE dance will be on the timetable at a Norwich performing arts venue from this weekend.

Pantomime was on the timetable for some Hellesdon pupils when they received a visit from two stars of the Norwich Theatre Royal show Jack and the Beanstalk.

The new year marks a new chapter for Writers’ Centre Norwich as plans for the historic Dragon Hall to become the National Centre for Writing get under way.

A Viking treasure discovered in Norfolk has a starring role in a children’s television programme teaching young children about history.

From pop superstars Take That heading to Carrow Road to Mamma Mia! taking to the stage at Norwich Theatre Royal, there is lots for audiences to look forward to in Norwich throughout 2017.

One of Norwich’s theatres is putting out an open casting call for new actors in the New Year.

Children and grown-ups alike can enjoy the art of puppetry in the new season of shows at Norwich Puppet Theatre.

It was a hit Hollywood movie before becoming a Broadway and West End show, and now actors are needed to join the cast of a new production of the musical The Producers in Norwich.

Charles Dickens’ classic tale of A Christmas Carol is taking to the stage in a Norwich church.

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