With a reputation for special performances in an intimate setting Halesworth Arts Festival has become a much-loved fixture on the region’s artistic calendar. We take a look at what’s in store in 2017 as its begins this weekend.
The founding fathers of fuzz-pop return 30 years after the release of their seminal debut album Psychocandy, that mixed sneering angst and noise distortion with hypnotic sweet melodies layered with dark lyrics.
Hidden from the Holt Road are the relics of a prosperous past, the skeleton of a once-magnificent manor house once home to the Heydon family, a hidden gem now owned by English Heritage and boasting a very curious caretaker: a spectral sentry.
Nolan’s film provides a moving portrayal of the heroic actions of the crews of the 700 ‘Little Ships of Dunkirk’ who sailed to Dunkirk to rescue servicemen who were stranded on the beaches and in desperate need of deliverance from the advancing Axis armies.
It is one of the great love stories of history, so no exhibition about Horatio Nelson could really tell his life without mentioning Emma Hamilton. Norwich Castle Museum’s Nelson & Norfolk is no exception, as Trevor Heaton discovers.
Just because a chef is famous doesn’t mean they’re always right – Richard Hughes delves into one of Mary Berry’s lesser-known cookbooks to create some monstrous meals for a discerning diner on his doorstep.