The region’s open studios schemes – which encourage visits to artist’s workplaces – have taken on new forms in the face of coronavirus.
London’s Old Vic theatre is taking its productions worldwide with a mix of new and recorded shows.
The coronavirus shutdown has not stopped Cambridge’s ADC Theatre, which has devised a packed programme of online shows running through to June.
Music, poetry, and comedy are on the bill for a Norwich venue’s digital events programme.
The Norwich-based National Centre for Writing has announced a series of online events to replace their planned City of Literature programme for 2020.
Agitprop comedian Mark Thomas is resurrecting his 2012 one-man show Bravo Figaro! for a one-off lockdown live stream.
One-day 80s festival Let’s Rock has announced a free online gig to replace its cancelled summer dates.
This year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival is another casualty of coronavirus – but it is launching a free daily radio programme to bring at least a little cheer.
London’s Shakespeare Globe has become the latest theatre to offer free performances online.
The National Theatre is transferring its popular programme of live cinema broadcasts to people’s homes.
Theatres across the UK have gone dark after being ordered by the Government to close to help combat coronavirus.
No one wants to admit they’re stupid. But watching Ben Hart’s illusions you have only two options: admit he’s outwitted you, or believe in magic.
Parenthood hasn’t fundamentally changed Ivo Graham, but it has made him more time-efficient.
Weeks of wild weather mean you might not need much imagination to picture the fierce beauty of the exposed Yorkshire moors, the setting for Emily Brontë’s classic novel.
A free outdoor show featuring freerunners La Fabrique Royale exploring Norwich’s skyscape will launch this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.