A Norfolk pub is hosting an Easter extravaganza - with three days of live music and entertainment.

The White Horse in Cromer was taken over last month by Jay and Kelly Ali, who own the nearby Masala Twist Indian restaurant in Prince of Wales Road. 

The couple are now putting on an event at the West Street pub which will feature a line-up of live music across the Easter weekend. 

North Norfolk News: The White Horse, in West Street, CromerThe White Horse, in West Street, Cromer (Image: Adam Barker)

The event gets under way on Good Friday night (March 29) with the duo versatile Travel Back, performing music from the 50s, 60s and 70s. 

Porky's Hot Rockin will take to the stage from 2pm on Saturday (March 30), followed by DJ Simon Says from 5.30pm and DJ Pink Fu$ion from 8pm. 

Vocalist Dan Star will begin Sunday's offering of live music at 1pm, before The Walker Brothers from 6pm. 

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The charity event is in aid of the Royal British Legion. 

Mrs Ali, the pub's owner, said: "We are extremely excited and honoured to host this event and we hope that we have plenty of people attending and are able to raise lots of money for a great cause."