A funk and soul band and an a cappella quintet will provide the beat for the next two events as part of the Wymondham Music Festival.
It is only days away from the first ever Let’s Rock Norwich! music festival which will see stars from the 1980s perform at Earlham Park.
There’s a cast of a thousand – and they’re all on song to celebrate Norfolk…
A week ago today pop superstars Take That took to the stage at Carrow Road for their first-ever show in Norwich.
Organisers of a popular north Norfolk music festival are appealing for volunteers to help run stalls and games at the annual event, which regularly raises more than £3,000 for local good causes.
The organisers of this weekend’s Let’s Rock Norwich! are advising people not to bring bags to the event “unless absolutely necessary” due to heightened security measures.
Tickets for the inaugural Let’s Rock Norwich! this weekend have officially sold out.
Fourteen-year-old Will Daniels is hoping to sing his way to victory in the grand final of a national music competition next month.
The Norfolk ensemble welcome celebrated cellist Alexander Baillie who will be directing a special anniversary programme for picnicking music lovers.
It is a much loved family favourite which has burrowed its way onto the Norwich Theatre Royal stage.
A classical music extravaganza kicks off an exciting programme of events at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft.
The Flaming Lips are coming to Norwich UEA’s LCR and it hasn’t even sold out.
East Anglian favourite Ed Sheeran is headlining Glastonbury on Sunday, but he’s not the only act from the region who’ll be performing at the festival.
From Shakespeare-inspired hip hop to a special celebration of War Horse, there is lots in store for audiences at this year’s Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
A retro 1980s festival is boosting Norwich’s profile as a city of live music.
War is set to break out in North Norfolk this weekend.
Are you a teenager? Heading to Latitude this year? You won’t want to miss out on the great events taking place in the Inbetweeners Area.
A cunning fox seeking to out-do three greedy farmers, Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox is coming to Norwich. Director Maria Aberg reveals all about bringing the family favourite to the stage.
Visitors to the Blickling Estate are promised a dazzling evening on August 12, thanks to their event The Great British Prom.
Culture Works East, The Eastern Daily Press and Access to Music have teamed up with Latitude to offer young musicians from Norfolk and Suffolk a chance to perform at the festival.
Much-loved characters from children’s literature will step off the page at this year’s Wymondham Carnival.
Great Yarmouth clubbers will be given a nostalgic look back at two decades this weekend at the Tower Arena.
As temperatures rise and the sun stays in the sky for longer, why not make the most of the warm weather by nipping out to one of these great places only half an hour out of the city...
A 1980s live music extravaganza is close to selling out with only 200 tickets remaining.
For the first feature in what will be an ongoing series, we asked 10 questions to Christina Worby, of Diss Publishing Bookshop.
Broadchurch and Doctor Who actor Arthur Darvill talks about his parallel career as a composer and lyricist and how he jumped at the chance to work on the musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic.
Military vehicles, live music and the unveiling of a new ex-services standard will all form part of an armed forces weekend to take place in Wymondham.
“Ruby has gone dark!” hissed a spook in Fearless, ITV’s new thriller starring the fabulous Helen McCrory.
Two Norfolk school boys have made it through to the next round of The Voice Kids UK after wowing judges will.i.am, Danny Jones and Pixie Lott on last night’s episode of the ITV talent show.
Hot on the heels of Take That’s visit to Norwich’s Carrow Road on Thursday and Friday evening, starry-eyed Sir Elton John fans turned out in their thousands as the music legend’s long-awaited concert at Portman Road in Ipswich last night.
From tractor to stream trains, water skiing to high-wire aerial antics, food festivals to toasting German beer, there is something for all tastes and interests.
People can watch how Norwich City Football Club was transformed into Take That’s Wonderland in a newly-released video.
He’s definitely still got it!
Pop superstars Take That wowed nearly 60,000 people with their Wonderland tour during their debut visit to Norwich this week.
Take That’s Mark Owen has hinted the band may return to Norwich at some point in the future as he thanked fans for turning out to two sell-out concerts in the city.
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