Louisa Baldwin

You're in for a rocking weekend as chart-toppers from the 80s to Norwich for an unforgettable weekend of music.

From pool tables to pizza platters, the Man Cave has become a popular entertainment venue in the city and, despite the name, women are welcome too.

Make sure to have your eyes to the skies over the next few weeks as the International Space Station (ISS) is now visible over Norfolk.

Visitors to Chapelfield Gardens are in for a treat this weekend with free outdoor events for all the family.

Norwich was bubbling with excitement on Saturday morning as a popular fun run returned to the city.

The landlord and landlady of a well-known city pub are stepping down with a heavy heart as they "just need a break".

Greater Anglia has stopped offering free first class food and drink at weekend as customers were eating and drinking too much.

The nation became aware of Paul Merton's talent for improvisation when he appeared on the first episode of Whose Line is it Anyway? On Channel 4 in 1988.

The Sound of the Underground is coming to King's Lynn as a Girls Aloud star has been announced for Festival Too.

Sashay the night away as two stars of Ru Paul's Drag Race are coming to the city for a special appearance.

Louisa Baldwin interviewed Michael Parkinson ahead of his visit to the region. She found that the interviewer doesn't always make the easiest interviewee!

From Horrible Histories live on stage to a Unicorn and Wizards Festival, there are plenty of events taking place to make sure it is a magic half term.

From Puss in Boots to the return of the Crab and Lobster Festival, there is plenty to sink your claws into this week.

Louisa Baldwin took a trip to the north Norfolk coast to visit the award-winning seafood restaurant that is making waves.

If you go down to Chapelfield Gardens this weekend you're sure of a big surprise with acrobatics, circus and street theatre on display.

Sunday Sessions returns to Earlham Park for another year and with an Oasis star headlining it is set to be a Supersonic day.

From timings to travel, here is everything you need to know as Take That make a triumphant return to Norwich.

Pokémon fans are in for a treat as Detective Pikachu is coming to the city to celebrate the new film.

Rod Stewart fans in the region will soon be able to hear his famous gravely tones live as he comes to Portman Road in Ipswich on June 7.

Raise your pint glasses in the air as Norwich City of Ale makes a triumphant return for 2019.

Get ready to party as the first announcement of acts has been made for Festival Too in King's Lynn.

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