A guide to what’s happening during 2019.
Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea, followed by a workshop to design a pair of “Shoe Clips”. You will take these away with you in a presentation box, making them the perfect gift for a special friend or family member at Christmas.
The Tunnel of Light has become one of the most visited attractions at Christmas in Norwich, you don’t want to miss it.
Gather your friends and family together and join us for a very special Christmas Day treat, including a visit from Santa! Enjoy a fabulous three course festive menu using the very finest, locally-sourced ingredients.
Our city celebrates culture in all forms. From festivals dating back 100s of years to the latest large sportive. In Norwich people spend more money on culture per head of population than anywhere else in the UK.
Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea, followed by a workshop to design a pair of “Shoe Clips”. You will take these away with you in a…
The myriad of influences in their music incorporates elements of rhythm & blues to soul, with a thematic penchant for the strange and the unexplained.
Betty O’Barley and Harry O’Hay are excellent scarecrows. Their wedding plans are all coming together, but will their big day go without a hitch?
The inspiring true love story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan is set to bring an explosion of Latin passion and excitement to Norfolk this winter.
We all have stories to tell but sometimes we need a helping hand to make them flow. Come to our live workshop and we can…
This fantastic Christmas market is the start to the festive season in Norwich with over 60 stalls over four days filled with merriment and music.
Tash Aw is the author of three critically acclaimed novels – The Harmony Silk Factory, Map of the Invisible World and Five Star Billionaire (2013).
The tender, funny, lyrical debut play from Zia Ahmed about finding love and holding on to it with everything you’ve got.
After making waves at this summer’s Edinburgh Fringe, Coast to Coast return to Norwich with two shows exploring women and motherhood.
We welcome Professor Rob Knee back to the Hotel to commemorate the first written mention of the Maids Head in the Paston Letter of 22nd…
Join Pensthorpe’s Head Gardener, Jonathan, for an afternoon walk around four of the Park’s contrasting gardens, with particular focus on winter displays. Includes lunch.
‘I’m Naked because I strive to be open in my writing, to show what needs to be shown….Accept yourself, accept a new story.’
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