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Legendary country-rock group Asleep at the Wheel will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary with an exclusive live UK festival appearance at Red Rooster 2020.

Andrew Clarke

Dial M for Murder began its run at Norwich Theatre Royal on Tuesday night and although it promises "a masterclass in suspense" there are still a few lessons to learn.

An Idiot's Guide to Les Misérables the musical ahead of its appearance at Norwich Theatre Royal in March and April: here's everything you need to know if you've never seen the show.

We are giving away four free VIP upgrades to see two 90s dance legends this weekend at OPEN.

BGT winner Colin Thackery has added a matinee performance to his Norwich concert on January 31 after tickets sold out within a matter of hours.

A sing-along screening of hit sequel Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again is taking place later this year and it will make you dance, jive and have the time of your life.

Fans of hit Netflix crime documentary Making a Murderer will gain a unique insight into a case that captured the world's attention at a Q&A in Norwich with one of its stars.

From the return of Lou Lou's Vintage Fair to a star of The X Factor, there is plenty to keep you entertained this weekend in Norfolk.

The National Trust is marking its 125th birthday this month, but the celebrations are set to last all year. Here are some of the top sites in East Anglia to visit during 2020.

He used to see them around the streets and at the seafront in Sheringham when he was just a lad.

Fill your evenings and weekends with a fun activity that will get your children off the sofa and bring the family together. Norwich-based entertainment centre, Superbowl UK can help.

Laura Wilson's film-based work, set in the heart of the Bronze Age settlement of Must Farm near Peterborough, is the exciting new contemporary art show on at the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery.

Over the next few weeks, snowdrops will begin to pop-up in gardens across Norfolk as the first sign of spring appears and here are seven of the best place to see the pretty white flowers.

There was a storm a brewin' at the Arts Centre last night as Pirate Joe and the Foreign Locals delivered their gypsy skank serenade to a packed audience on Friday night.

Five minutes with HyperFox for Enjoy Music More.

The headline act at a festival which attracts thousands of music fans to Norfolk every year has been revealed.

It's shaping up to be another bumper year for events in north Norfolk.

Many of us enjoy binging on crime documentaries on Netflix, and you will soon be able to delve even further into the minds of murderers as a talk on the psychology of serial killers is set to come to Norwich later this year.

East Anglian electronic duo Amethysts have a big year ahead of them.

Norfolk is often ridiculed for being stuck in its ways, but things can change: this is a solo Nimmo Twin's gig at Norwich Playhouse.

Colin Thackery: "God gave me a voice and it is my complete pleasure to come back to Norwich to use it in order to help raise money for a new dedicated unit at the hospital that treated my Joan"

The rags to riches tale of Dick Whittington has been announced as the next panto heading to Norwich Theatre Royal and this time it will start earlier to try and make the most of people's Christmas spirit.

From ticket prices to available dates, here is all you need to know as Cameron Mackintosh's smash-hit musical Les Miserables comes to Norwich Theatre Royal on its UK tour.

From a screening of The Addams Family to a vintage clothing sale, there are plenty of cheap and free events to enjoy in Norfolk this weekend.

Around 500 people will be defeating dragons, defending the world, and bringing dice-throwing, card-wielding heroics to Hunstanton later this month.

Hunstanton

Queen Rhapsody, a show dedicated to giving fans a chance to experience in parts what a Queen show would have been like, came to Norwich last night.

Musicians will muster in Norwich city centre to raise money for victims of the Australian bushfires.

One of the stars of BBC's Have I Got News For You is set to visit Norfolk in April.

King's Lynn

Rag'n'Bone Man has announced he will play Thetford Forest in 2020.

Carrying out a stock check is normally a routine task in many businesses.

This retelling of a classic Henry James tale is a menacing and suspenseful production, with more chills than the winter weather.

A community arts organisation is looking to expand its programme, to include a year-round mix of events and activities for people of all ages.

With Bad Touch preparing to release their latest album and embark on a headline tour, ADAM AIKEN spoke to singer Stevie Westwood about the year ahead for the band from Dereham.

Writer Jeremy Page traces a route through his roots with humour, history and love, as he walks, cycles and boats across Norfolk

Sheringham

A mother-of-one will star in a solo show celebrating the "weird and wonderful characters" of north Norfolk she has also written and produced.

Cromer

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