North Norfolk Events

Sheringham Little Theatre director DEBBIE THOMPSON writes about the venue’s post-lockdown future – and how you can help make sure it survives.


With degree shows up and down the country cancelled and students having to finish their degrees at home, local artist Catherine Austin-Fell is keen to help those graduates who have missed out on the chance to show their work.

An event to help “lift people’s spirits” has been organised following the cancellation of many summer plans due to coronavirus.

Norfolk Events

The Drive-in Experience is now in full swing at the grounds of Taverham Hall and features a weekend of blockbuster films alongside live comedy and music.

Red Card Comedy Club, which has been established in Norwich for 18 years, is set to return this summer with two jam-packed outdoor shows.

The Marina Theatre is asking the public to help raise £100,000 to secure its future. Chief executive Emma Butler-Smith reveals why.

Eating Out or Eating In

For the next seven weeks you will be able to enjoy street food, beer and cocktails at Junkyard Market, which has been created in a Norwich car park.

A new Norwich delivery service brings plant-based takeaways to your door and has made sure the food doesn’t compromise on taste without the meat.

If you own a café, run a pub or lead a restaurant, you automatically have my respect. And if it’s by the coast, I salute you.

Food and Drink

Film & Cinema

Paul Steward reviews new Netflix movie release The Old Guard starring Charlize Theron.

From Billy Elliot to Cast Away, how many of these instant classics have you watched?

Opinion Film review: Sputnik (15)

Thursday, August 6, 2020

Sputnik (15) is the latest addition to the ‘bringing back something unexpected from space’ genre.

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