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A star-studded cast of West End names will be heading to Norwich to conclude a two-week programme of performances welcoming students old and new back to campus.

It’s a love story appropriate for our socially-distanced times.

A collaboration between Norwich Fringe and Norwich Theatre, Interlude Fringe provided a much needed chance to enjoy live performance and demonstrates how the show can - and must - go on (whilst of course being COVID-secure).

Racism and migration in Norfolk will come under the microscope in a new young people’s project.

A singalong featuring hits from the 1940s has been moved online due to coronavirus restrictions.

Alex Gallacher, a 21-year-old drama student at the University of East Anglia, previews Interlude Fringe heading to Chapelfield Gardens this Sunday (September 13), which features a jam-packed line-up of local acts.

While the annual pantomime is unable to go ahead, you will still be able to enjoy Christmas shows at the Norwich Theatre Royal this year - oh yes you will!

A Norfolk town’s pantomime has been cancelled because of the coronavirus.

Two former Strictly stars will set the stage alight when they bring their latest tour to Norfolk this autumn, which has been created with social distancing in mind.

Six months after the stage curtain last rose, the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich is set to reopen in November but with a dramatic change in its operations.

You’re in for an unforgettable day of entertainment at Interlude Fringe in Norwich, which has just been announced and features live theatre, comedy and music.

Sheringham Little Theatre director DEBBIE THOMPSON reports on the venue’s gradual reopening.

Norwich’s historic castle made for a stunning backdrop of a jaw-dropping stunt ahead of the newest show in town.

A theatre left struggling during the coronavirus crisis is set to hold its first outdoor show since lockdown was introduced.

A Norwich theatre company is keeping live performance going in the fine city this summer with Interlude in Chapelfield Gardens - and it’s a hit.

Comic Ben Langley is back on a Norfolk stage doing what he does best – but how different is life as an entertainer in the post-lockdown ‘new normal’?

Uplifting stories and classical music filled the grounds of a country manor to help a north Norfolk theatre get back on its feet after lockdown.

The team at a cultural and community centre on the north Norfolk coast has launched a fundraising push in a campaign to secure its future amid coronavirus.

Norwich’s very own Lost in Translation Circus returned to the city to provide some much-needed entertainment at their Circus Lates show.

A theatre will reopen after more than four months of lockdown with a pledge to give all money from ticket sales to performers.

The touching story of a theatre romance that led to a lifelong love has been uncovered as a theatre delves into its past.

An end-of-pier variety show is coming to the north Norfolk coast following months of lockdown closure.

Review: The Great Yarmouth Hippodrome Circus is back with a dazzling Summer Spectacular Show and it’s a guaranteed mood lifter

The Marina Theatre is asking the public to help raise £100,000 to secure its future. Chief executive Emma Butler-Smith reveals why.

Sheringham Little Theatre director DEBBIE THOMPSON writes about the venue’s post-lockdown future – and how you can help make sure it survives.

Get set for an unforgettable summer of comedy as a whole host of big names have been announced for Interlude in Norwich.

After five long months, live performances have finally returned to Norwich in the form of Interlude, with six weeks of shows in a big top tent, and it is already proving a hit.

Theatre has seemed like an impossible thing recently, but this production of Alice In Wonderland could rekindle anyone’s belief in the magic of live storytelling.

Coronavirus may have forced the closure of venues across the country, but the show must go on and Norwich Theatre is making sure audiences don’t miss out this summer by launching Interlude.

Normally performers at the Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth would be disappointed with an audience of only fifteen people.

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