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The historic Maids Head has sadly had to close it's doors

It is with a very heavy heart that we announced the closure of The Maids Head Hotel following the Government advise on Tuesday, 24th March, for what potentially is the first time in the Hotel's incredible 800 year history. We will initially remain closed until the end of April, but we will keep you updated as soon as we have some good news to share. Find out more in our blog post.

What’s On in Norwich during June…


Sharpen those stilettos and break out the basque! The Rocky Horror Show is heading back to Norwich to mark a theatrical milestone!

A full-on party atmosphere is promised as Richard O’Brien’s classic celebrates four decades of stage success.
And the producers have put together an all-star cast for the special anniversary tour, including ‘Dancing on Ice’ star Sam Attwater, ‘Tracey Beaker’ star Dani Harmer, and direct from the West End production of ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’, Oliver Thornton starring as Frank’n’Furter.

To book visit the Theatre Royal website here:


Help celebrate Norwich becoming the UK’s first UNESCO City of Literature.

Featuring Geoff Dyer, Evie Wyld, Sam West, Esther Freud, Elif Shafak, Sjón, the Moomins and many more.

The Worlds Literature Festival brings writers from around the world to Norwich each year for a week of events, readings and discussion.

Recent Worlds events have included Jeanette Winterson, Nobel Laureate JM Coetzee and Michael Ondaatje, and the Festival has become a favourite with anyone who enjoys great writing and discussion.

Worlds always features interesting and talented writers sure to inspire you whether a reader or a writer. This year is no exception – so if you enjoy great writing and new ideas then visit the website for a list of all planned events


The Show, which is the largest annual event in Norfolk, and the largest two day agricultural Show in the Country has a reputaion for being a fantastic two day event full of entertainment for all the family and this year promises to be no exception!

The Royal Norfolk Show, which is the country’s largest two-day agricultural show, is a true celebration of the county’s agricultural industries, with livestock and equine competitions and displays on both days, as well as top-class show jumping.

Gates open at 8am with the Show officially open between 8.30am – 6pm on both days

Find out more at the offical website:

If your planning on attending these events and need a place to stay take advantage of our special bed & breakfast rate of £99 per double room. Call 01603 209955 and quote “Events 2013 Rate”

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