April 24 2014 Latest news:
Budding environmentalists and nature enthusiasts are invited to Pensthorpe Natural Park on Saturday to get stuck in and help protect the Wensum Valley at its annual Wild About the Wensum environmental day.
Two is company but three super-villains are a crowd in Marc Webb’s action-packed sequel to his 2012 blockbuster, which successfully rebooted the Marvel Comics franchise.
An hilarious new version of the top TV comedy Blackadder Goes Forth comes to the live stage in north Norfolk next month.
King of comedy Jim Davidson is returning to Great Yarmouth to lift the lid on his time in the Celebrity Big Brother house when he brings his national touring show to the resort.
An atmospheric journey through darkness awaits visitors to a hidden space behind Norwich Market this week.
From traditional Easter egg hunts to pirate fun, a wealth of events are taking place across the region on Easter Monday.
We all know that there’s no such thing as a free lunch – but writing about South Norfolk’s fantastic produce seems a small price to pay for having eaten like royalty at a new event designed to bring the cream of the crop from the region’s producers to the marketplace.
It’s time to celebrate a British institution with 50 fantastic facts about chips (and one truly bizarre fact about crisps). STACIA BRIGGS says chip, chip, chip hooray for British Chip Week, which starts today.
A chef making a name for himself across Norfolk will face a new challenge when he takes over a historic village pub.
Norfolk’s queen of pies is preparing to mix up a surprise after she was invited to film with experimental chef Heston Blumenthal.
It was the landlord and owner’s father who suggested the King’s Head in Lingwood, near Norwich, might make a good Pub of the Week.
Think Stomp meets Tap Dogs performed by a host of top dancers and you have Tap Factory, which promises an explosion of energy this Easter. John Bultitude found out more about the show.
If there’s anything more beautiful than the Broads themselves then it just might be the books written about them. Trevor Heaton previews a new exhibition which begins today.
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