Audiences are invited to follow the adventures Dorothy and her faithful dog Toto as they travel over the rainbow to a magical land, in this year’s Sheringham Little Theatre pantomime, The Wizard of Oz.
At one of the region’s favourite family attractions, October is transformed into Shocktober as Dinosaur Adventure becomes Norfolk’s biggest live scare attraction – if you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of the most terrifying surprise yet.
The backstage lives of performers at Great Yarmouth’s Hippodrome Circus are captured on camera, at an exhibition at Cromer’s Red Lion Hotel featuring work by former Professional Photographer of the Year David Morris.
As Halloween approaches you might be tempted to head to the supermarket to purchase that all important pumpkin, but why not head out to one of these great locations across the region and pick your own...
Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society (Csods) is inviting audiences to set sail on the ocean waves, in the extravagantly-titled musical comedy We Found Love and an Exquisite Set of Porcelain Figures Aboard the SS Farndale Avenue.
North Norfolk’s colourful coastal landscape will be celebrated at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust visitor centre at Cley, in a festival featuring creative art workshops, guided walks and health and wellbeing events.
Sheringham Little Theatre is inviting people of all ages to take part in a series of wellbeing-boosting community music workshops featuring activities ranging from drumming and ukulele strumming, to singing sea shanties and writing a community song.
A farmer’s market, a slow brunch and an ‘audience with’-style evening featuring two top chefs are among the attractions on the menu at this year’s Aylsham Food Festival, which kicks off at 8.30am on October 6 with a country market at Aylsham town hall.