One of this country’s most loved musicals is set to return to The Bristol Hippodrome next month, with former X Factor contestant Joe McElderry taking on the title role in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Norwich City denied Chris Hughton’s Brighton a Championship title party at Carrow Road in bizarre fashion, with Seagulls’ keeper David Stockdale credited with two own goals in 2-0 league win for the Canaries.
A pledge by Tory candidate for mayor James Palmer to sort out “delays caused by the present system” was made a week after Cambridgeshire County Council put the £16m Kings Dyke bridge, Whittlesey, out to tender.
Hitchin and Stevenage may not be the first places that come to mind when you think of the history of the internet – but this week marks 40 years since work started on a world-leading fibre optic link between the two towns that led to video streaming, social networks and more.
As party campaigns get underway ahead of the snap election on June 8 we’ve dug out six of the more memorable Norfolk stories from previous elections. From swine flu to naked voters, here’s an indication of what might be in store over the next seven weeks.
The bond between a little girl and the elephant that saved her life lies at the heart of the show Running Wild which will see a menagerie of animals descend upon the Norwich Theatre Royal stage next week.
The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings you their 2017 Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix review.
Theresa May has said she will be knocking on doors during the campaign for the snap general election on June 8 but she will be hoping that everyone who answers is fully clothed - unlike this man in Norwich.
Their mission is to provide the Midlands with a unique leisure destination for all air rifle shooting enthusiasts, whether you are a seasoned shooter or just want to try out the sport for the first time.
Six F-35A Lightning IIs, the “most sophisticated aircraft in history”, are on a training deployment to RAF Lakenheath to reinforce NATO allegiances and to prepare the base for when it welcomes the warplanes permanently.
The English Touring Opera will perform Puccini’s ‘Tosca’, “brimming with lust, corruption and intrigue”, and Gilbert & Sullivan’s all-singing all-dancing comedy ‘Patience’ at the Cambridge Arts Theatre next week.