Norfolk Events

The Norfolk co-creator of Spitting Image has described his time in lockdown as “productive but a lot of work” ahead of a brand new series hitting television screens this autumn.

The traditional Christmas lights switch-ons in at least two north Norfolk towns have been cancelled for this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.

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A popular classic car and bike show has been cancelled for 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions, but there will be a special addition to the event when it returns next year.

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A new ride and live outdoor entertainment are the latest additions to a popular dinosaur-themed family attraction.

Three of north Norfolk’s council-owned gyms are set to reopen on Saturday, but two popular pools will remain closed.

Escape down the rabbit hole and finally enjoy live theatre again in Norfolk, as Alice in Wonderland will be performed at outdoor venues across the county this summer.

After getting the green light to open to the public again, Norfolk and Waveney’s entertainment bosses have given mixed reactions to reopening.

Although it may not feel like it, the summer holidays are almost here and these are just some of the brilliant Norfolk attractions that have reopened and are welcoming back families.

Green-fingered nature lovers are getting ready to throw open their garden gates as part of the Norfolk National Garden Scheme (NGS).

The cancellation of the Thursford Christmas Show for the first time in its 44-year history will have a “huge impact” on Norfolk’s tourism sector, it has been warned.

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It is the highlight of the Christmas calendar for tens of thousands of people every year - but sadly the curtain will be falling on this year’s Thursford Christmas Spectacular.

Acclaimed sculptor Anish Kapoor brings his largest ever UK outdoor show to Houghton Hall - plus see two works for free at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre

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