September 1 2014 Latest news:
After a successful year the North Suffolk Youth Choir has said a fond goodbye to several of its older members who are about to begin university.
Singer-songwriter Abi Moore (pictured) will be returning to the Fisher Theatre in Bungay to perform a collection of songs from her new album and her favourite writers on Friday, September 5.
Mark Whistler and Philip Stone, from Durrants Auctioneers will be going head to head in the Beccles version of Bargain Hunt at the Beccles Antiques Market on Sunday.
The Halesworth Arts Festival has grown over the years to become one of the region’s most popular festivals.
Boasting stunning choreography, and iconic songs from Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim West Side Story returns to the Norwich stage, Paul Zerdin has his brand new show featuring your favourite sponge characters, some of East Anglia’s most talented artists exhibit in the Anteros Summer Show and there are revivals of Godspell and Three Men In A Boat. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
It’s been a delicious year for Norfolk’s street food collective, Feast on the Street. Stacia Briggs finds out what’s cooking at Feast on the Street in Norwich city centre on Thursday and Friday.
It’s time to celebrate a decade of fantastic food and delicious drink. The Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 has been officially launched with six weeks of celebration to look forward to. STACIA BRIGGS joined almost 300 guests at The Assembly House in Norwich to kick-start the festival.
You nominated them, our judges selected them and now we can introduce the finalists for this year’s EDP Norfolk Food and Drink Awards in association with the East of England Co-Op. The winners will be announced at the gala awards ceremony at the Norfolk Showground on September 15.