From a pop-up ice rink to vegan Christmas fair, festivities are in full swing across Norfolk with plenty of events taking place across the county this week.
It’s the season to be chilly with festive swims taking place across the region to help cure those Christmas Day hangovers.
If you don’t want the hassle of organising a party, or getting red wine spilt on your carpet, here are a handful of events taking place in Norwich to welcome 2019 in style.
Shiploads of nautical fun will sail into town this week as The Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan begins in Lowestoft.
An historic Norwich venue will be hosting a vegan festival this weekend, with all funds set to be donated to animal charities.
Christmas morning has come early with the chance for you and your little ones to enjoy breakfast with Santa in Norfolk and get into the festive spirit.
Norwich city centre will boast two Christas markets, with festive food, drinks and gifts on offer for the next fortnight.
Stand-up comedian Lee Ridley, known as Lost Voice Guy, is bringing his national tour to Lowestoft.
From a Christmas market to panto, there is plenty to keep you busy over the next seven days in Norfolk - oh yes there is!
Christmas doesn’t just happen overnight – find out how this 15th century moated manor house gets ready for the festive season.
Norwich is stepping into Christmas in style as a traditional German market is set to open in the city.
The ghosts of Christmas past are returning to the city this December with spooky festive tales from across the county.
An exhibition of mechanical circus acts and curiosities from bygone big tops opened its doors at the Forum.
Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime star Ben Langley will be guest of honour at Harleston Christmas Market and lights switch-on.
From a toy fair to Winter Wonderland, there are plenty of events taking place to get in you in the festive mood.
Art Fair East returns to St Andrews Hall this week and will feature work from over 200 artists from Norfolk to Dubai.
The fairy godmother rose into the night sky above the festive crowds to act out scenes at the launch of a world first interactive game that is part of Christmas celebrations in King’s Lynn.
We know Father Christmas is super busy at this time of year, but thanks to the magic of Christmas he’s still managing to be in several places at once in Norfolk.
The annual Lardal Kantori Norwegian Christmas Carol concert is at Great Yarmouth Minster on Saturday, December 1 from 7.30pm.
Santa paws is coming to the city this Christmas as a grotto for dogs returns to Norwich.
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