Norfolk Events

A beer festival celebrating the best of Norfolk's independent breweries marks the start of Cromer Carnival on Friday (August 16) and, with Cromer Voluntary Entertainments Organisation (CVEO) celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the hugely popular annual event looks set to be bigger and better than ever.

The streets are alive with the sound of music in Fakenham today as the town holds its third annual music festival.

There are an amazing range of statues across the region, Here are 25 of the most iconic - which is your favourite?

Some familiar faces will be appearing on television next week to take part in a special recording.

American heavy metal band Queensrÿche headlined The Waterfront in Norwich on Tuesday [13 July}.

From Jemima Puddle-Duck to a peacock, the entrants for this year's Grand Norwich Duck Race have been revealed.

From the Black Shuck to an oak tree grown from a witch buried there, a new book celebrates the county's weird and wonderful folklore.

Weird Norfolk

Watton Carnival is gearing-up for the celebration of life in the town by bringing all ages together to take part in events and its carnival procession.

Make sure to bring your best singing voices as DJ and former Pop Idol judge Neil Fox is hosting a party in the city.

Are you an aspiring musician or band trying to get your music out there? Here's how you could win some FREE time in a recording studio.

Will the writers of this new show give us a satisfying conclusion, or leave us hanging?

One of the county's most beautiful coastal estates plays host to the event for the 10th year.

Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra will return to Norwich a decade after their last visit to The Nick Rayns LCR.

Louisa Baldwin spoke to singers Aled Jones and Russell Watson as they come together In Harmony for their new tour.

From a sausage dog party to a Pudding and Prosecco Festival, tails will be wagging across the county this weekend with these brilliant events.

Prepare to be dazzled as The Ladyboys of Bangkok prove they have the whole package as their latest tour comes to Norfolk.

Norwich is receiving international attention but local knowledge goes a long way in finding the best city secrets and hidden gems.

Is it a gig? A show? A mime act? It doesn't matter, it is drag.

From Boudicca Way to Burgh Castle, head outdoors over August bank holiday weekend and try one of these brilliant Norfolk walks.

Music lovers are getting ready to enjoy Fakenham's third annual free music festival.

From rubbing a sea lion's belly to feeding a monkey porridge, the new animal experiences at Banham Zoo are more than just a chance to get up close with some amazing animals - they help to deliver vital health checks, too.

Whether you're looking for somewhere to host a family celebration or simply soak up the sunshine here are seven of the best places to hire a barbecue in Norfolk.

A motorshow that was established in 1991 has found a new home in Norfolk.

With Norwich-raised actor Sam Claflin set to appear in the latest series of Peaky Blinders, we take a look at the talent that has emerged from the city.

From timings to travel advice, we predict an earthquake as Sundown Festival returns to the Norfolk Showground for 2019.

Norwich-raised actor Sam Claflin has teased that his character in the new series of Peaky Blinders may be a match for protagonist Tommy Shelby.

From the return of the Aylsham Show to The Grand Norwich Duck Race, there are plenty of brilliant events on the bill this August bank holiday weekend.

Intrigue in the sun and the follies of the idle rich are among the themes of Sheringham Little Theatre's final shows of the summer season.

King's Lynn Pride takes to the streets again this weekend. 
So what's it all about? It's a celebration of inclusivity and diversity, returning to west Norfolk for the second year.

King's Lynn

From Boyzone and Westlife duo Boyzlife to Jools Holland, you don't need to travel far to see some of the biggest names in music.

Alan Ayckbourn is well-known for spinning comedy gold from the dull threads of surburban banality and 'Absurd Person Singular' at Sheringham's Little Theatre on Friday night was no exception.

One of Norfolk's heritage railways will steam its way through the festive season with a blaze of colour, music and pyrotechnics.

The second half of Cromer Carnival's fun-packed fortnight for children kicks off on Monday (August 12), with events and activities ranging from a sandcastle competition and a duck race, to a scavenger hunt and a party on the pier.

In 1987 three pals set off in search of sun to Ibiza.

From The A Team to Supermarket Flowers and Castle on the Hill, Ed Sheeran has an impressive list of songs which have become instant classics. But which one is your favourite?

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