A giant inflatable pig, which was featured on the front cover of the Pink Floyd album "Animals" has been inflated for the first time in nearly 40 years.
The inflatable floating pig was a staple prop for the band, three of whose members grew up in Cambridge
Rob Harries, from Suffolk, was the creator of Floyd's inflatable 'Algie' which famously halted flights over Heathrow after breaking loose from its moorings at Battersea Power Station in 1976 while being photographed for the album.
Rob has inflated the pig as some of his other props go under the auctioneer's hammer.
The cast taking part in a performance of 'Grease' at Norwich's Playhouse decided that the old addage of 'The show must go on' had to be upheld when the fire alarm went off on Tuesday night.
The audience, a full house, were left standing outside, so members of the cast broke out in song. They gavce a 15 minute performance on the street before getting the all clear from the fire service to continue inside.
Click below to watch a video of the outdoor performance
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The 20th V Festival in Chelmsford is getting underway with 70,000 people expected over the weekend.
This year Essex Police will be targeting 'legal highs' and will have officers monitoring the entrances and exits.
ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu has spent the day at the festival as preparations continue for a weekend of music.
Essex police are to clamp down on 'legal highs' at this weekend's V Festival in Chelmsford. They'll be monitoring entrances and exits.Read the full story ›
Essex police say they'll be cracking down on people using 'legal highs' at this weekends' V Festival, while organisers have banned them, saying anyone caught with them will be thrown out.
More than 70,000 people are expected to head to Hylands Park in Chelmsford this weekend.
The 'Open Road Charity' is setting up a 'welfare tent' at the Festival over the weekend.
The idea is to help people who may be affected by drugs and alcohol.
"if you don't know what legal highs are don't take them. You may think you know what's in them but you can react differently to substances. Just because you think they're legal it doesn't mean they're safe."
More than a hundred young ballet dancers are waiting in the wings this week, for the opportunity of a lifetime. After nerve wracking audtions, they've been hand picked to perform alongside profesional dancers at the Cliffs Pavilion in Southend. They'll be performing Coppelia with the English Youth Ballet. Andrea Thomas has been watching them rehearse. She spoke to Janet Lewis MBE, English Youth Ballet's Director and Lisa Kawa-Akembo from Southend University Hospital.
Suffolk singer-song writer Ed Sheeran has been given three awards in the 'Teen Choice Awards' in Los Angeles.
Ed who is from Framlingham was given 'Choice Male Artist', 'Choice song:Thinking out Loud' and 'Choice Summer Music Star.
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