A Norwich theatre is reopening for the first time since lockdown with a week-long festival.
Norwich’s pop-up Interlude venue has added an all-day Fringe event and two extra Al Murray shows to its September lineup.
The tenth annual Norwich Film Festival will see all 132 pictures made available online, for the first time in the event’s history.
Cambridge’s annual Heritage Open Days scheme is moving online this year with a series of on-demand and live streamed videos.
Faced with the challenge of coronavirus closing venues, Norwich-based Reflex Theatre has taken a radical approach to putting on performances.
Norwich-based festival strand Wild Paths has launched a one-off Wild Fields festival to replace its planned 2020 events.
The world makes no sense at the moment, so the sometimes surreal world of Circus Lates is a perfect fit to these weird times.
A temporary art installation inspired by coronavirus is being staged at Norwich’s pop-up theatre tent.
Norwich Theatre’s Interlude big top tent has added a string of new gigs to its line up.
Theatre has seemed like an impossible thing recently, but this production of Alice In Wonderland could rekindle anyone’s belief in the magic of live storytelling.
Norwich’s Theatre Royal has released the first batch of shows for its Interlude season of shows staged in a big top in the city’s Chapelfield Gardens.
Suffolk’s cajun, blues, and country festival Red Rooster has been definitively cancelled for 2020, just weeks after proposing a new September date.
Crime writing festival Noirwich is moving to the web for its 2020 edition, swapping venues around Norwich for free streams online.
A two-screen drive-in cinema is set to entertain Cambridge this August
Former graduate Ian McEwan is among the authors appearing at this autumn’s instalment of the University of East Anglia’s biannual literary festival.