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.

A beer stall is bringing an Indian Feast to the city with the next instalment of its market collaborations.

Traditional Christmas lights switch-on events in two towns on the coast have been cancelled this year over concerns as to whether social distancing will still be in place.

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.

Out now is the fourth episode of the Enjoy Music More podcast which aims to showcase some of the fantastic bands and solo musicians from across Norfolk and East Anglia.

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

Get set for an unforgettable summer of comedy as a whole host of big names have been announced for Interlude in Norwich.

Work on the ambitious £13.5m project to transform Norwich Castle Keep back to its origins as a Norman royal palace has begun - and has been hailed as a “cause for optimism” in difficult times.

After five long months, live performances have finally returned to Norwich in the form of Interlude, with six weeks of shows in a big top tent, and it is already proving a hit.

Now lockdown has eased, it is time for a highly anticipated girls’ night out

A group of musicians holed up in a north Norfolk manor house are helping to bring people together through the power of song.

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Professional and amateur artists are being invited to express their feelings about the coronavirus crisis, by creating a piece of work capturing the mood of lockdown.

Sheringham’s first-ever ‘virtual’ carnival has proven to be a “surprise, runaway success” - with a duck race and Where’s Wally competition among the highlights.

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A new family-friendly comedy show is to be held in Norwich this weekend.

Words, music and poetry will come together in a “pioneering outdoor performance” inspired by the lockdown in support of a seaside theatre.

Stirring music by some of history’s greatest composers is to be performed at two outdoor concerts.

A specialised weed-cutting boat will get to work and a 50ft-long dredging vessel will be descaled during a demonstration day at the North Walsham and Dilham Canal.

Norfolk comedian Karl Minns will be bringing one of his most popular characters back as the opening act for Interlude in Norwich, which runs for six weeks in a big top tent.

Theatre has seemed like an impossible thing recently, but this production of Alice In Wonderland could rekindle anyone’s belief in the magic of live storytelling.

Castle Fine Art, located off Castle Meadow, has been given access to one of the largest collections of Marvel comic art in the United States and the signed, limited edition work is yours to purchase.

The number of brilliant painters and sculptors inspired by East Anglia over the years is truly amazing. After looking at 26 artists last week, this week we are spotlighting 10 more.

Lockdown has been extremely frustrating for all of us, to say the least.


Saturday Sessions with Amelia Stephanides and Jøra The Førtuneteller for Enjoy Music More.

Coronavirus may have forced the closure of venues across the country, but the show must go on and Norwich Theatre is making sure audiences don’t miss out this summer by launching Interlude.

From famous DJs to blockbuster films, there is something for everyone at the Norfolk Showground this summer with a jam-packed month of outdoor entertainment from Summertime Social.

The Norfolk co-creator of Spitting Image has described his time in lockdown as “productive but a lot of work” ahead of a brand new series hitting television screens this autumn.

Your chance to be part of an immersive online Norwich-based theatre project which explores the way women experience love.

After Boris Johnson decided not to reopen bowling alleys with one day’s notice, the Bowling House in Norwich put out an appeal for support and staff have been overwhelmed with the response.

The traditional Christmas lights switch-ons in at least two north Norfolk towns have been cancelled for this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.

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Normally performers at the Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth would be disappointed with an audience of only fifteen people.

From Norwich city centre to the Norfolk Broads, here are some of the best companies offering day boat hire so you can enjoy stunning views and visit riverside pubs with your family and friends. Make sure to book in advance as boats get booked up fast during the summer.

A local music label is set to bring some new events to Norwich along with a great new studio deal for up and coming musicians.

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