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Mock the Week comedian Gary Delaney stops off in Diss

Mock The Week regular and recent star of the new Live At The Apollo series, Gary Delaney is stopping off in Diss as part of an extended tour.

October 8, 2019

Whether your tipple is a pint or a locally crafted artisan spirit there will be plenty to raise a glass to as the beer and gin festival returns to Diss.


September 25, 2019

Comedian Dom Joly, best known as the star and creator of Trigger Happy TV is heading to Diss Corn Hall as part of a new tour.


September 21, 2019

When Sir Charles Baskerville is killed under mysterious circumstances Holmes sends Watson to Devon to protect the new heir of Baskerville Hall from the mythical black dog that stalks their family line.


September 21, 2019

One of Britain’s finest natural history writers will be launching his latest book at a special event in Diss.


September 21, 2019

The Keeper, Marcus H Rosenmüller’s robust, no nonsense account of Bert Trautmann’s improbable but true journey towards a role as Manchester City’s post war goalie, is a loving tribute to reconciliation and forgiveness that is a paean to decency.

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September 13, 2019

Heritage comes on four or two wheels with a host of vintage vehicles set to fill Diss town centre this year for a fifth time this weekend.

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September 9, 2019

The incredible true story of missing Second World War soldier and prisoner of war Arthur Robinson is told in a show by his great-nephew coming to Diss.

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September 3, 2019

Two Britain’s most celebrated artists will feature in exhibitions at Diss Corn Hall this autumn.

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September 2, 2019

Continuing the current fashion for true tales that are stranger than fiction, with Can You Ever Forgive Me? Marielle Heller turns Lee Israel’s improbable career as a forger into a jolly, breathless romp that skips from scene to scene.

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