It’s panto season – oh yes it is! – so here’s our round-up of just some of the festive shows on around the region.
Poetic lyrics and powerful tones were at the centre of attention as Dermot Kennedy took to the Nick Rayns LCR stage for his Norwich show.
Three new shows have been unveiled for next year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival, ahead of the main programme reveal next year.
Comedian Rachel Parris will be heading to Norwich and Cambridge as part of her 2020 tour.
Liam Gallagher, The Chemical Brothers, and HAIM will headline next summer’s Latitude Festival, organisers have announced.
The headline acts for a three-night run of outdoor gigs in Norfolk have been unveiled, with The Streets, Wet Wet Wet, and The Libertines topping successive nights.
An international festival of Jewish cinema is to hold screenings in Norwich and Cambridge for the first time in its 23-year history.
Suffolk blues, roots, and country festival Red Rooster have announced the first slate of acts for their 2020 event.
Irish rock band Kodaline took to the stage at The Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich warming autumn-chilled hearts with a mix of emotional love ballads and lively upbeat tunes.
Pills and thrills a-plenty pepper this tale of the violent underbelly of 1950s sleazy Soho clubland, told with verve and style.
Fresh from a sold-out and critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Suzi Ruffell is hitting the road with new show Dance Like Everyone’s Watching.
The brains behind The Fast Show – one of the 1990s most successful TV comedy series – are reuniting for a one-off event in Norwich.
It’s become an annual fixture in the Christmas calendar, and Norfolk’s Thursford Christmas Spectacular is back – with pictures of this year’s show just released.
This antiquely modern take on the story of one of East Anglia’s most famous women is a bold and engaging production.
Just a little late for Halloween, Kill The Beast brought their spooky film farce to Norwich – but it was no horror show.