Ocean Colour Scene took to the stage at King's Lynn Corn Exchange in 1999 when touring their album One from the Modern.
National treasure and no-nonsense cook Delia Smith will host a special dining event in the city to mark 50 years of food writing.
REVIEW: 'Sunkissed' at Sheringham Little Theatre
Four feisty barmaids serve up a cocktail of fun, with a dash of sadness, as a nightcap to Sheringham Little Theatre's summer drama season.
Louisa Baldwin spoke to singers Aled Jones and Russell Watson as they come together In Harmony for their new tour.
Look carefully at the paintings in Mrs Lowry & Son - they are more idyllic north Norfolk than industrial north.
Louisa Baldwin spoke to acclaimed comic Billy Connolly ahead of the release of a new film documenting his final tour coming to cinemas.
Forget popcorn and sweets, as a film and food festival is launching in Norfolk with movies and menus inspired by the plot.
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Fans of Norwich panto star Ben Langley will still get to see him in Diss this week with his very own new solo show.
On Saturday night the drizzle which had plagued Norfolk Day and Norwich Pride celebrations grew into a downpour turning parts of Chapelfield Gardens into a swamp.
"He's not like he is on QI," quipped Laugh in the Park's Sunday headliner Phil Jupitus - talking about himself - as he took to the stage in the big top for the final night of the comedy festival.
Norfolk's 'The Screwdriver Artist" who used painting to help him battle his demons will be giving back with an exhibition at a Norwich pub to raise funds for Norfolk Blood Bikes.
Gok Wan is on the hunt to find brides-to-be in Norfolk who are in need of his style advice for the new series of Say Yes To The Dress.
Two students from Langley School are currently cooking up a storm in new CBBC series Step Up to the Plate.
Some familiar faces will be appearing on television next week to take part in a special recording.
Ipswich heated up tonight as Ed Sheeran wowed thousands of fans on his home turf in Chantry Park - for the first show of his homecoming gigs.
Bailey May, who represents the Philippines in global pop group Now United, came to the EDP headquarters to answer fan questions.
From Harry Potter to pirates, get set for a brilliant bank holiday weekend as The Grand Norwich Duck Race returns to the city for 2019.