An enthusiastic crowd turned out to support Hannah Birtwell, Leon O'Leary, Bridget Holmes, Solomon Lake and The Renadeans at an Unsigned music event in Norwich.

Legendary Bronx based hip-hop artist KRS One bounded onto stage and delivered a rip-roaring performance for Norwich's hip-hop boppers on Sunday night (May 19).

James Goffin reviews Sarah Jane Morris at Norwich Playhouse for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

James Goffin reviews the Renegade Brass Band at the end of the first week of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Nearly Festival will take place at Earlham Park and Oulton Broad this June, with the country's finest tribute acts set to perform.

Pop-rock band Last Seen Alive are to set to perform in Norwich.

James Goffin reviews The Turbans at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival's Adnams Speigeltent last night.

I discovered Thea Gilmore purely by chance. I'd mention her to friends and they'd look blank, but this Open gig was a sell-out.

As you settle down to watch the Eurovision Contest from your armchair, do you dream of having a seat at the glitzy spectacular?

Eurovision star of the 1980s Kit Rolfe has gained a whole new generation of younger fans who are excited by the song contest.

It may be more than 40 years since Derry rock band The Undertones first took to the stage but there were teenage kicks and more as the band romped through their back catalogue last night at OPEN in Norwich.

Ethan Barnett, aka Ten Tonnes, played to a packed Waterfront Studio on Tuesday 14 May, fresh from the release of his 2019 self-titled debut album.

The Sound of the Underground is coming to King's Lynn as a Girls Aloud star has been announced for Festival Too.

The Stalham Fringe Festival is set to be bigger and better after the event's first successful showing last year.

Millions will watch the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday- but what's the secret of its appeal? Readers and staff have been choosing their favourite songs.

There are still ways to get your hands on Take That tickets and have the greatest day at Carrow Road.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival has a knack of bringing some of the world's greatest modern day pianists to the city.

A few years ago it was the epic Olafur Arnalds (Broadchurch soundtrack), last year the supremely brilliant Ben Folds and this time Grammy-award winner Chilly Gonzales.

The Garage have teamed up with Young Norfolk Arts Festival and the Norfolk Music Hub to host a night of local unsigned music in Norwich.

It can be hard to convince people to leave the safety of their sofas and head out on Sunday night but Las Maravillas de Mali did just that and more as they helped the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2019 complete its opening weekend in style.

Sunday Sessions returns to Earlham Park for another year and with an Oasis star headlining it is set to be a Supersonic day.

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