Scores of events have now been organised to celebrate the first ever Norfolk Day this summer.
‘Let me in little piggie it’s blowing a gale!’
Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Banham Zoo hosts a special late-night opening birthday event this weekend.
Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail that sees eye-catching works of art grace the South Norfolk countryside is set to return this summer.
A South Norfolk town is set to be transformed into an art lovers haven as a community art festival returns.
A triumph of visual and verbal comedy, One Man, Two Guvnors, has been described as the funniest production in the National Theatre’s history.
A chance to meet Fireman Sam will be amongst the highlights of a weekend dedicated to firefighting and fire engines at Bressingham Steam Museum.
A group made of five of the “finest” folk singers in the UK will be making an appearance in Diss.
Landermason, who come to Diss Corn Hall this week, are a duo like no other. Multi-instrumentalists Fiona Lander and Paul Mason have developed a unique sound. They combine both traditional and contemporary folk with jazz and other styles.
Guitar-playing father and son duo Tim and Jack Goodacre who reached the final of the ITV talent show will perform an intimate gig in front of their home crowd.
It will be a case of going back to the future as steampunk fans gather for as special weekend at Bressingham Steam Museum.
Banham Zoo, on the Norfolk-Suffolk border, has appointed an artist in residence to raise awareness of animal conservation.
Chart topping acts will be performing at a Suffolk music festival as it promises to be “bigger and better” than ever.
South Norfolk is getting ready for a spectacular family day out as South Norfolk on Show returns for its ninth year.
A creative writing masterclass and readings from the memoir of an author brought up in a cult are a couple of events on offer at a free of charge literature festival.
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