October 2 2014 Latest news:
Comic songwriter Mitch Benn heads a bill of autumn comedy in Loddon, Britten Sinfonia pays tribute to the late Sir John Tavener, Titus, one of the most success plays aimed at young adults is staged, garage rockers Jim Jones Revue play a farewell gig and Tyneside’s best-loved band Lindisfarne are celebrated. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
An exotic coastal garden, an 18th century orangery and a temple will be just some of the horticultural delights on show this month at two attractions.
More than two weeks in and we’re still loving our new set on The Mustard Show. Finally, our guests are comfortable, their feet are cosy on the new rug, and we can fit more than two people on a sofa without having to sit on each other’s laps. But it’s not just the new furniture that should have you tuning in – we’ve streamlined our schedule too, so our viewers know what to look forward to each week.
A collection of contemporary artists are showing off their technical expertise with a public exhibition at The Gallery at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA).
He’s the former Costessey High School student who is making waves in Hollywood. And with three films released this autumn, Sam Claflin is having the time of his life, as he explains to KEELEY BOLGER.