Jeff Hoyle hunts the hostelries – one just reopened – and hotels you can visit in town before and after the varied performances in his Bar Man column.
Andy Tyler’s column continues his arts round-up including celebrating the 650th anniversary of a well-known local figure.
A One-Act Drama Festival put on ten plays over three days, involving 77 performers.
Andy Tyler in the That’s Entertainment round-up says there’s a variety of talks, festivals, concerts and exhibitions to visit.
The Lynn News reported: “After an hour of their hits the girls briefly left the stage before returning for an encore performance of Ladies’ Night.”
Photo nostalgia 1999-2013 included the end of an era for a study centre, removal of a timber circle and queueing three hours for a box office smash.
Young artists from across West Norfolk will come together to showcase their talents at an open exhibition next week.
Andy Tyler’s weekly round-up praises national press coverage of local attractions, which include something for heritage, nature and big band lovers.
Given the low bar set by recent DC films, Peter Woodhouse was surprised and impressed by lead Ezra Miller in the dual titular role.
Our reviewer is a big fan of Stephen King’s books but didn’t rate this adaptation of one of his short stories that highly.
In this week’s nostalgia photos part two, an art group prepares for an exhibition, an indie rock band performs while youngsters hit the dance floor.
Jeremy Ransome visited this year’s Download Festival along with his son and 100,000 other rock fans. Here’s his thoughts on the five days.
The show went on despite a member being admitted to hospital with double pneumonia just weeks before the staging of Singin’ in The Rain.
Our reviewer loved the latest Spider-Man film, but was frustrated by the ending.