From shipwrecked treasure to witch bottles filled with magic to repel curses, Alex Wright’s magical Swaffham museum is a wonderful box of delights

Assembly Online free arts programme continues with Norfolk-based writer and curator’s talk and Q&A about minimalist painter Agnes Martin

UFOs, cannibals, saucy signet rings, vintage football stands…these are just some of the reasons Norfolk scores highly in a list of the UK’s quirkiest holiday spots

Up to 3.7 million over-75s will be asked to pay the BBC’s TV licence fee as across-the-board free licences are scrapped - do you qualify for a free licence?

Can We Talk About Love, at a distance? New online theatre production from Norwich-based company explores how women experience love

Join writers from the Royal College of Arts as they read work based on the theme of bodies – both human and bodies of land, systems and structures – in ASSEMBLY ONLINE’s latest free performance

Their sacrifice brought the salvation of the British nation and a group of military re-enactors are ensuring the Holy Boys of Le Paradis will never be forgotten

During the national Year of Pilgrimage, the Bishop of Norwich will be walking to Walsingham to pray for those affected by coronavirus

Great Yarmouth’s Pleasure Beach is back open for business and ready for COVID-19 challenges thanks to the unstoppable Jones family

Perform exciting experiments as part of an online family science show presented by Norwich-based TV astronomer Mark Thompson

Join a haunting walk along the Suffolk coast from the comfort of your own home with the latest in the Assembly Online series of virtual arts events.

A personal pilgrimage to the battlefields of the Somme: Stacia Briggs visits northern France to remember her Grandad who lied about his age to join the army and to visit Norfolk Cemetery

Take a private tour of one of Norwich’s hidden treasures and meet the man who makes magic happen in the city’s own Garden of Eden.

Join poets from across the world for an international poetry reading hosted from Norwich and streamed online for free by The Assembly House Trust

As Netflix axes Little Britain, The League of Gentlemen and The Mighty Boosh for blackface characters, could shows like Only Fools and Horses be in the firing line?

A quiet but dignified fanfare for Normandy veterans in Norfolk as all official D-Day 76 anniversary events are cancelled in the shadow of COVID-19.

Free arts programme from Assembly Online continues with Norfolk-based writer and curator’s reading and Q&A about famous filmmaker Derek Jarman’s garden under the shadow of a nuclear power station in Dungeness.

Just days after the 80th anniversary of the Le Paradis massacre in France, campaigners told there will be a permanent memorial at Norwich Cathedral

They’re used to being surrounded by high-tech kit and commis chefs - but what are the kitchen tools Norfolk’s chefs have been using in their home kitchens while their resturants and workplaces are closed by COVID-19?

We will remember them: join the two-minute silence at home for the 97 brave soldiers murdered 80 years ago today at Le Paradis.

Can you help the team at The Assembly House in Norwich and a charity which feeds the homeless continue to feed those in need in the city?

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