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It sounds like a dark fairytale: a demon locked away in a tall turret, hidden from view - at Acle's St Edmund church, fear was once written on the walls.

Call for artists - major art exhibition planned for June looks to showcase a range of artworks at The Assembly House in Norwich

Show the James Paget University Hospital just how much you love it this Valentine's Day: that's the message from fundraisers as the hospital launches a brand new appeal.

"I know some people are furious with Marius because he doesn't love Eponine back!" Felix Mosse on bringing Les Misérables to Norwich and being part of a classic tragic love triangle.

March will be music-filled as The Norfolk County Music Festival begins a month-long programme of concerts, performances and workshops to celebrate its 95th year.

What to say (and what not to say) to someone who is grieving the loss of a loved one - including someone who compared the death of the author's mother to the death of her cat...

He dreamed a dream...and then it came true. Ahead of Les Misérables opening at Norwich Theatre Royal, Dean Chisnall explains how it feels to win the role he's always wanted.

An Idiot's Guide to Les Misérables the musical ahead of its appearance at Norwich Theatre Royal in March and April: here's everything you need to know if you've never seen the show.

BGT winner Colin Thackery has added a matinee performance to his Norwich concert on January 31 after tickets sold out within a matter of hours.

Colin Thackery: "God gave me a voice and it is my complete pleasure to come back to Norwich to use it in order to help raise money for a new dedicated unit at the hospital that treated my Joan"

It's been a rollercoaster year for comic Ben Langley that ended with him performing in a circus ring a stone's throw from an actual rollercoaster.

Author Elly Griffiths ahead of her appearance on the publication day of her latest Dr Ruth Galloway book: "I love Weird Norfolk...the old tradition of telling stories and telling them well"

In freezing fog 75 years ago today, 11 men died after a horror air crash seconds after take-off in Norfolk - the pilot's family from America are here to remember their sacrifice.

You may know your bishy-barneybees from your dodmans, your mardle from your tittermatorter, but what on earth is a Swardeston Window?

He's made the trip along the Acle Straight and this Christmas will be entertaining crowds at a different venue: Ben Langley has joined the Greatest Showmen at the Hippodrome Circus.

"My Mother would be so proud of you" Prince William tells Norfolk teenager who has refused to let her painful health condition stop her from helping other young people and raising cash for charity and who has won a Legacy Award.

Ahead of the first episode of the BBC's The War of the Worlds, we remember how Great Yarmouth's council lobbied the BBFC to let children see a 1953 film the classifying body had described as "very alarming with a number of scenes that could be described as horrific".

A nation of makers: how crafts have become Britain's fastest-growing creative industry and why makers' markets are now must-visits for anyone who likes to avoid the high street when it comes to buying gifts, homeware and everyday objects.

Norfolk's Lady Glenconner reveals why she and her sister plotted to kill Hitler, how she still slips into Holkham Hall to see the public walking around the rooms she used to play in and why she isn't bitter about losing her family's inheritance to an employee.

Lady Glenconner calls her book "a love letter to Norfolk" but it's also the story of a Royal friendship with Princess Margaret that lasted a lifetime and an absolutely staggering memoir. In the first of two features, Stacia Briggs speaks to Lady Anne about her extraordinary life.

Maxim Calver was playing string instruments before most of us could read a line from the simplest book and by the time he was eight he'd won a place at one of the world's most prestigious music schools. Now the 19-year-old cellist is returning to Norfolk for a special concert.

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