Your chance to nominate your stars of Norfolk’s arts scene for our special award

The 2017 EDP People's Choice Awards winners - Come Yew In!, Lost in Translation Circus and Annie Cat

The 2017 EDP People's Choice Awards winners - Come Yew In!, Lost in Translation Circus and Annie Catwoman - at the Norfolk Arts Awards last year at Norwich Cathedral's Hostry. Photo: Simon Finlay Photography - Credit: Simon Finlay Photography

From musicians and visual artists to theatres and festivals - a huge array of individuals and organisations play a part in Norfolk's great cultural scene.

And once again we are asking our readers to nominate the cultural champions in their communities for the EDP People's Choice Awards which are part of the annual Norfolk Arts Awards.

Last year's winners of the accolade were Lost In Translation Circus, the show Come Yew In! and young musicians' champion Annie Catwoman, and nominations are now open for the 2018 awards. There are three EDP People's Choice Awards categories - best individual, best small organisation or group, and best large organisation or group - and people have until August 6 to submit nominations via the online form on this story and also at www.norfolkartsawards.orgTen nominees will then be selected for each of the categories and a public vote will decide who are the ultimate 2018 EDP People's Choice Awards winners.

Norfolk Arts Awards, in association with the Eastern Daily Press, will this year take place at Norwich Cathedral's Hostry on Friday, October 19.

For more information, visit www.norfolkartsawards.org

The Norfolk Arts Awards will be returning to the 2018 Hostry Festival. Pictured are the 2017 EDP Peo

The Norfolk Arts Awards will be returning to the 2018 Hostry Festival. Pictured are the 2017 EDP People's Choice Awards winners - Come Yew In!, Lost in Translation Circus and Annie Catwoman - at last year's Norfolk Arts Awards at Norwich Cathedral's Hostry.Photo: Simon Finlay Photography - Credit: Simon Finlay Photography


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