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Niece of strike leader helps mark centenary of Burston Strike School opening

A descendant of the pupil who led Burston children on what became the longest strike in British history helped mark the centenary for the famous Strike School’s opening at the weekend.

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Committee is ‘pulling out all the stops’ for this year’s Diss Carnival

The organising committee behind Diss Carnival says it is pulling out “all the stops” for the extravaganza which takes place in less than a month.

Diss Organ Festival. Photo: Diss Town Council.

PICTURES: As many as 8,000 thought to have visited Diss as mechanical marvels dominate town in organ festival

As many as 8,000 people are thought to have visited for an inaugural Diss Organ Festival on Sunday.

Jazz singer Scarlet Black

Black brings timeless jazz back to Quay

Fans of classic jazz can see the show Cry Me a River - The Fitzgerald/Holiday and Armstrong Songbook at the Quay Theatre, Sudbury, on May 19.

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British Rock band Elbow, who will be at Thetford Forest this summer.

COMPETITION- Win tickets to see Elbow at Thetford Forest

Rock band Elbow will be playing Thetford Forest this summer and we have five pairs of tickets up for grabs.

Horseman and the Uppercut Band who are performing at the Diss WoW Festivalon July 8

Festival artists for upcoming festival

Norfolk’s WoW Music Festival 2017 has announced the line-up for this year’s event.

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The Spinning Wheel Theatre is to perform 'The Secret Garden'

Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds hosts Secret Garden

The Spinning Wheel Theatre company are to perform The Secret Garden in Bury St Edmunds’ Abbey Gardens on June 9.

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Fracked! Or Please Don't Use The F-Word will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Beaton’s fracking comedy

Following an acclaimed sold-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre, Fracked! Or Please Don’t Use the F-Word visits Cambridge Arts Theatre on May 22-27.

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Ed Balls at the apex

Ed’s show strictly speaks at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds

The timing of Ed Balls’ show ‘Stictly Speaking Out’ couldn’t be better.

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Burgate Singers

Burgate Singers going full circle in anniversary

A local choir will get its 40th anniversary celebrations under way tomorrow with its first concert of the year in Eye.

Redwings will host an open day at its Hapton headquarters on Sunday, July 23. Submitted photo.

UK’s largest horse sanctuary to open its doors in Hapton

The UK’s largest horse sanctuary will open up its Hapton headquarters to the public in July – giving the people a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes.

Diss Corn Hall reopening - May 5, 2017.

PICTURES: Ten years of hard work comes to an end as large crowd sees ribbon cut on renovated Diss Corn Hall

It’s been 10 years of hard work – but Diss now has an arts venue which delivers a ‘wow’ factor.

Harleston, Norfolk. Harleston Street Fair which replaced the Easter Market in the Market Place. Pictured are members of Harleston's Future from left Sally Scheffels, Marilyn Watts, Carole Wiles, Annie Podmore and Les Maden.


PICTURES: More than 2,000 visit fair as ‘spring’ put into Harleston’s step

More than 2,000 people are thought to have visited Harleston Market Place on Saturday for its spring fair.

Burston, Norfolk. 100 years since the first Burston Strike School Rally around the village by school children of the Primary School

Centenary of Burston Strike School commemorated with new folk song

The writer behind a new song inspired by the famous Burston Strike School hopes its debut live performance later this month will help more people engage with the story.

Tasburgh, Norfolk. Archaeological test pits are being dug in gardens around Tasburgh as part of Imagined Land, a two-year archaeology project looking into the ancient history of the village. pictured from left Jill Casson, Jenny Press, Samantha Best and Alex Bjorkegren digging a test pit in the garden of Claire and Nigel Best.


Tasburgh community digs up gardens to aid search for village’s secrets of history

A huge community effort to uncover the many unknowns of Tasburgh’s ancient roots kicked off last weekend with a number of test digs in the gardens of local residents.

A scene from Sister Act @ Leicester Curve. Directed and Choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood.
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REVIEW: Sister Act, Theatre Royal Norwich

This high energy production is a great showcase for X Factor winner Alexandra Burke, a powerhouse of a singer who gets to display her great comic talent.

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Jazz news

JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly round-up for the east (April 28-May 5)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region this week (April 28-May 5)

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Botesdale Open Gardens event next month

Open Gardens event in Botesdale to support British Red Cross

At least 15 gardens will be open to the public as Botesdale residents show their support to the British Red Cross.

Tour of Britain 2015 rides through Norfolk.

Tour of Britain road cycling race to ride through Eye and Framlingham

The Tour of Britain is on track to put Eye and Framlingham on the map, as Suffolk prepares to host an entire stage of Britain’s premier road cycling race for the first time.

East Anglian Game and Country Fair - 2017

Euston Estate to welcome Game and Country Fair this weekend

The East Anglian Game and Country Fair will take place at the Euston Estate, by permission of the Duke and Duchess of Grafton this weekend.

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