The festive season has arrived in Great Yarmouth in spectacular style.
Festive cheer has spread across Great Yarmouth following the launch of the four weekly Christmas markets on Tuesday.
An “iconic” international company has returned to Great Yarmouth as they prepare to lead a stunning procession that will “leave audiences breathless.”
Joe Mackintosh of SeaChange Arts shares his East Anglian heaven and hell
One of Great Yarmouth’s biggest spectacles will be even more explosive upon its return this year.
Life-sized elephants and carnival horses will help launch street jamboree Festa Fiesta which will include a celebration of circus and Latin music, part of Great Yarmouth Arts Festival.
The mayor of Great Yarmouth has officially opened a new coastal exhibition in the town.
A group of Great Yarmouth residents are pairing up with a Portuguese film and theatre director for a show in the town’s SeachangeArts Drill House.
Great Yarmouth’s status as one of six “circus cities” is at the centre of this year’s arts festival offer.
SeaChange Arts are hosting a talk on the history of the old York Road Drill Hall this Saturday.
Youngsters have had a flipping good time at a Pancake Day event held at the headquarters of Great Yarmouth arts organisation SeaChange Arts.
Arts organisation SeaChange Arts is launching regular tea dances with the Ragroof Players at their Drill House venue in Great Yarmouth.
Memories of a historic Great Yarmouth building have been shared by relatives of a caretaker who looked after it for more than 30 years.
Visitors to the Drill House on York Road in Great Yarmouth this weekend will be treated to the sounds and dance moves of yesteryear as SeaChange Arts welcome The Ragroof Players for a special tea dance to celebrate the building’s 150th anniversary.
SeaChange Arts will be providing a free afternoon of workshops, crafts and performances for all the family in their Drill House Open Day this Sunday, October 22 from 2pm in Great Yarmouth.
A new circus theatre show created in Great Yarmouth makes its debut to local audiences on Saturday, October 21.
Dizzy O’Dare’s Rise, mixing tight-wire, live music, theatre and comedy in a touching story about the complexity of relationships, returns for a performance at The Drill House where it was created.
For the 10th year in a row, Great Yarmouth became a hotbed of circus, performance and colour, as the Out There Festival created a carnival atmosphere around the town.
The streets of Great Yarmouth became a stage as a lucky audience was given a speak peak at a highlight of this weekend’s Out There Festival.
Nostalgic arcade games always bring a smile to people’s faces, both kids and ‘grown up children’ alike.
Raising a glass to ten years of Out There festival
A community textile collage project depicting heritage and culture in Great Yarmouth has started.
A high-profile circus and street arts festival celebrating 10 years in Great Yarmouth has received an £80,000 cash boost.
There is plenty going on in and around Great Yarmouth in the week ahead.
SeaChange Arts’ Drill House Open Day takes place on Sunday, June 4.
An arts group is holding its monthly evening of pizza and entertainment.
Colombian circus superstars Circolombia and Mexican collective Circa en Breve will be based in the town take part in event that will see York Road transformed into a Copacabana-style beach.
An arts charity is inviting people of Great Yarmouth to share their memories, as it celebrates three significant anniversaries.
A pair of new street arts shows from Great Yarmouth artists and performers have been commissioned as part of a prestigious national consortium.
Each week we put a Norfolk resident in the hot seat and ask them ten questions about themselves. This week we spoke with Communications Director at SeaChange Arts and Out There Festival, Darren Cross.