If there's anything to get you in the festive spirit, this is it.

There's a calm before the storm as Kate Tempest takes to the Norwich LCR stage. She silently surveys the crowd, drawing them in before taking up the mic and launching into Europe is Lost - the start of a seamless medley of material from her first two albums, Everybody Down and Let Them Eat Chaos.

Just a little late for Halloween, Kill The Beast brought their spooky film farce to Norwich - but it was no horror show.

Rapunzel can't wait to meet everybody at My First Panto at The Garage in Norwich this Christmas, but she doesn't get out much and needs your help to give her hair some flair.

This revival of Oscar Wilde's 1893 play has a surprising resonance and relevance that goes well beyond its classic drawing room wit.

Dancers, musicians and entertainers are putting the finishing touches to their routines ahead of the premiere of this year's Thursford Christmas Spectacular.

From Cinderella at Norwich Theatre Royal to the return of the Thursford Christmas Spectacular, you're in for a ball with these brilliant festive shows and pantomimes.

The Pantaloons took to the stage at The Playhouse in Norwich for their reivention of Shakespeare's Othello.

Two great British classics, featuring some of the UK's best-loved performers, are heading for the Norwich Theatre Royal stage, giving audiences a window into social history from two very different but funny and moving stories.

Acosta Danza's latest production, Evolution, is stunning.

Norwich Theatre Royal played host to football fanaticals on a welcome diversion to the Halloween on goings as the acclaimed Football Ramble podcast brought their touring show to the city on Wednesday evening [October 30].

New scenes and new songs will form part of a new tour, as the most easterly fishing village is set to rise again.

You're in for an abs-olutely fabulous night as topless troupe The Dreamboys are heading to Norfolk.

A compelling, thought-provoking and fast-paced play telling the story of one of football's black pioneers came to Norwich's Maddermarket Theatre on Tuesday night.

Louisa Baldwin spoke to a Taste of Honey star Jodie Prenger about playing Nancy and achieving her dream of opening an animal sanctuary as the show comes to Norwich.

Ballet superstar Carlos Acosta brings his critically acclaimed Cuban company Acosta Danza to Norwich Theatre Royal this week for the European premiere of their new show, Evolution. Emma Lee met him ahead of the performance.

The young performers of Echo Youth Theatre have two exciting productions on offer for half-term week, and both are perfect for Halloween involving either a hotel full of witches or at least three huddled round a cauldron.

Over the years since Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's children's book The Little Prince was released in 1943, it has been adapted numerous times for radio, stage and screen. Luca Silvestrini's Protein brought their musical twist of the feel-good French story to the Norwich Theatre Royal yesterday [October 22].

A Norfolk teen is feeling "absolutely over the moon" after gaining a place in the West End Kids (WEK) troupe who perform at festivals and events across the UK.

Shakespeare continues to draw large audiences in our theatres and now Halesworth Cut is hosting a new Shakespeare festival which aims to celebrate the drama and artistry of Britain's greatest playwright

A contemporary take on Shakespeare's timeless tragedy Macbeth is to feature on stage at the Auden Theatre.

Louisa Baldwin headed to London's Apollo Victoria Theatre to watch Wicked, which has been spellbinding audiences on the West End for over a decade.

I love Halloween, I love Great Yarmouth, I love the Hippodrome Circus, so this was a monster mash-up made in heaven.

Roy Hudd is crossing the county border from his Suffolk home to appear in A Woman Of No Importance and he tells Matthew Amer how his love of music hall led him to the part.

In what is a heavily-contested field, The Tempest is one of Shakespeare's craziest plays.

Norfolk's cultural champions and homegrown talent were celebrated on Friday night at the Norfolk Arts Awards 2019.

It's that time of year again, and Norwich Cathedral is the focus for a buzz of arts activity. From talks to performances and small scale opera, the Hostry Festival is brimming with Autumn treats.

Echo Youth Theatre bring Halloween thrills from Shakespeare and Roald Dahl to Norwich this half term with productions suitable for audiences young and old of Quick-Brewed Macbeth and The Witches.

Norwich-based Lost in Translation Circus will put a twist on a Charles Dickens classic in their new Christmas show coming to the Playhouse.

Stepping out entertainingly into the limelight once again at Sheringham on Tuesday night was Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society (CSODS) with this hugely enjoyable musical production, directed by Jackie Overton.

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