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Excitement grows ahead of Take That concerts in Norwich

Carrow Road in Norwich being transformed ahead of sell out concerts by Take That. Credit: ITV News Anglia
Take That's Wonderland tour arrives in Norwich tonight. Credit: ITV News Anglia
The stage is almost ready for the Take That concerts in Norwich. Credit: ITV News Anglia

The stage is almost set for two of the most anticipated concerts in the East this year.

Take That are playing two sell out gigs at Carrow Road in Norwich tonight and tomorrow (Friday 16th)

The final preparations are underway with hundreds of crew members putting the stage together as well as organising sound and lighting.

Fans are also being asked to allow extra time for security checks and to only bring small bags.

Security barriers have been put in place ready for the Take That concerts in Norwich. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Fashion student wins competition to dress Alesha Dixon

A fashion student at the Norwich University of the Arts has won the chance to dress singer and TV Presenter Alesha Dixon.

Dianne Kwok beat off competition from across the country.

She says she cannot wait for her dress to be worn on the red carpet.

Alesha said: “We were blown away by the standard of entries to the competition and we made our final selection [of Dianne’s dress] based on the outstanding level of flair, skill and commitment shown.”

I thought I would get no hope for this competition, when i noticed I got an email I just went to my kitchen and screamed.

She looked so fabulous on the TV so if she can wear my dress I will be very very pleased and happy.

– Dianne Kwok, Fashion student

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Labour's Clive Lewis calls exit poll 'disaster' for Tories

Labour's Clive Lewis has described the results of an exit poll as a "disaster" for the Conservatives.

The candidate for Norwich South was watching the exit poll at ITV News Anglia.

Mr Lewis said: "Even if that's within 20 she's toast, I mean that is a disaster for the Tories.

"That's not great for us, but for the Tories that is an absolute disaster."

Prime Minister visits Norfolk on final day of election campaigning

Watch our political correspondent Emma Hutchinson interview Prime Minister Theresa May on her visit to Norwich.

On the eve of the 2017 General Election the Prime Minister Theresa May visited Norwich today.

She told supporters the message she'd be delivering is her belief in Britain and the British people.

She added that it was crucial that Brexit went smoothly for the country and she was the leader to deliver it.

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