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The Burgate Singers are set to return to Diss to perform Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Yeoman of The Guard at the Corn Hall.

From the UK’s largest inflatable park to a visit from Paddington Bear, there is plenty to keep all the family busy over the Easter Bank Holiday.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that we can’t seem to get enough of Jane Austen adaptations. And while the likes Pride & Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility are familiar on stage and screen, the latest coming to Diss is a staging of the less familiar Northanger Abbey.

He’s a legend of American soul music, now Alexander O’Neal, the only performer to sell out six consecutive nights at Wembley Arena, is set to perform a special fundraising show at a pub on the Norfolk Suffolk border.

A Norfolk record label boss has slammed sexist attitudes in the music industry and pledged to invest more in developing female artists.

He is one of Norfolk’s most famous and infamous sons now a play about the extraordinary life of Thomas Paine is being staged in his home county.

American comic Omid Singh will be topping a bill that also includes some of the UK’s fast rising talents at the latest comedy night in Diss.

South Norfolk artist Debbie Storey will be showing her work to the public for the first time at an exhibition Pennoyer Centre in Pulham St Mary.


A classic of American theatre is set to be toured to theatre and villages halls by an acclaimed local theatre company.

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Works by some of the finest East Anglia ceramicists, along with studio master potters, feature in the first exhibition dedicated solely to ceramics at Diss Corn Hall.


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