Each Friday afternoon (around 4.15pm) we'll be live on Future Radio, highlighting some of the best events and things to do over the next week or so!
It’s that time of year again when we all start working through our long lists of Christmas presents – but we’re not talking about what you want, we’re talking about what you will be buying for friends and family. But actually, going back to our own lists - ahead of anything else - many of us aspire and desire the perfect ‘Christmas outfit’. This is the season, after all, when we feel we are owed a couple (or three) new things to wear!
With an exciting and varied cultural programme of events and exhibitions throughout the year, Norwich is a treasure-chest of unique venues and galleries to really immerse yourselves in all things cultural!
If you want to visit a city with shopping for every taste and budget, then Norwich is the place for you – and something we really excel at is our distinctly quirky shopping offer. With plenty of independent retailers and second-hand stores, alongside the usual high street favourites, it’s a great city to seek out unique and lovely products you won’t find elsewhere – a real shopper’s heaven!
Norwich is positively crammed with amazing boutiques, shops and independent retailers, so it can be easy to overlook the city's bustling market when you’re on a shopping mission – even though it's one of the largest and oldest open-air markets in the country!
Today we're incredibly excited to have actor Sam Clemmett here for a Q&A all about Norwich! He's currently playing Albus Severus Potter, Harry's son, in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, but he's a born and bred 'Norfolkian', having grown up in Brundall, a small village in the heart of the Broads!
Curling up with a great book is one of life’s great pleasures. Sometimes browsing shelves of brand new (or at least new-to-you) books, and deciding what to read next, is a big part of the fun – and luckily Norwich is blessed with plenty of fantastic bookshops to indulge your book addiction (as well as an amazing festival for crime-lovers, Noirwich, in September)! We should hope so too - we are a UNESCO City of Literature, after all!
Each Friday we'll be live on Future Radio, highlighting some of the best events and things to do over the next week or so!
Last night I was lucky enough to experience, for the first time, PrimEVIL – dubbed as 'Norfolk’s scariest attraction'!