Louisa Baldwin

Former Love Island contestant Sam Bird has given his opinion on the reality show’s aftercare after Mike Thalassitis was found dead.

Make sure to pack your marmalade sandwiches as Paddington train rides are coming to Norfolk this summer.

Dr. Dre fans are in for a treat as a live orchestral rendition of his classic 2001 album is coming to the city.

The luck of the Irish will be alive and well in Norwich this weekend as the city celebrates the patron saint of Ireland in style.

Three best friends from Norfolk who are members of a motorcross freestyle group are the subject of a new TV show.

The curtain is almost ready to go up on a new theatre restaurant at Norwich Theatre Royal following a fire.

Make sure to Give A Little Love when singer Daniel O’Donnell MBE makes his debut at Potters Resort later this year.

Two friends aiming to visit every Good Beer Guide pub in the UK ticked six Norwich pubs off their list whilst visiting for the Hull City match.

Norwich-based theatre company The Common Lot is launching a community choir for a project celebrating the heritage of Anglia Square.

Assemble The Judean People’s Front as the Life of Brian is screening at selected cinemas to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

Strictly Come Dancing winner and Holby City star Joe McFadden was left feeling hungry after he struggled to get food after his Norwich show.

Norwich Arts Centre has launched its 40/40 campaign to raise £40,000 for its 40th anniversary in 2020.

Reanne Brown, a model and actress from Norwich, dramatically left the dating show on Tuesday night’s episode after a wedding task made her doubt if bachelor Alex fancied her.

A Norwich bodybuilder was hoping for an Eternal Flame with former Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona on Celebs Go Dating.

From a spine-tingling thriller at the Theatre Royal starring a Strictly Come Dancing winner to sing-along The Greatest Showman, there is plenty to keep you busy over the next seven days.

Louisa Baldwin spoke to Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp ahead of his Back to the 80s Party in Norwich this summer.

Bestselling crime writer Peter James’ novel The House On Cold Hill has been adapted for stage featuring an all-star cast and even Alexa.

You may have to go elsewhere for a coffee for the next fortnight as a Norwich branch of Starbucks has closed for refurbishment.

If you haven’t managed to get tickets to Take That’s Norwich concert then you’re in luck as you can still see the trio on the big screen.

An independent coffee shop is making hearts melt across the city with its new Easter egg hot chocolate.

The Worst Witch stories will be given a new lease of live on stage as Mildred Hubble and her friends embark on their biggest adventure yet.

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