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REVIEW: Shirley Valentine, Norwich Theatre Royal

Shirley Valentine, 
Theatre Royal Norwich

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A Murder Is Announced

REVIEW: A Murder Is Announced

A Murder Is Announced, Theatre Royal Norwich

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The Play That Goes Wrong. Photo: HELEN MURRAY

REVIEW: The Play That Went Wrong

The Play That Went Wrong, Theatre Royal Norwich

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Twelfth Night.

REVIEW: Twelfth Night, Theatre Royal Norwich

Twelfth Night, Theatre Royal. Norwich

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A scene from Sister Act @ Leicester Curve. Directed and Choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood.
(Opening 30-07-16)
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REVIEW: Sister Act, Theatre Royal Norwich

This high energy production is a great showcase for X Factor winner Alexandra Burke, a powerhouse of a singer who gets to display her great comic talent.

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A scene from The Woman In Black by Susan Hill @ Fortune Theatre. Directed by Robin Herford
(Taken 26-07-16)
�Tristram Kenton 07/16
(3 Raveley Street, LONDON NW5 2HX TEL 0207 267 5550  Mob 07973 617 355)email: tristram@tristramkenton.com

REVIEW: The Woman In Black, Theatre Royal Norwich

This spine-tingling ghost story, from a Susan Hill novel, comes with a big reputation for simply scaring its audience half to death. And, judging by last night’s reaction, with several folk letting out great shrieks, it succeeds!

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Amanda Abbington in Abigail's Party

REVIEW: Abigail’s Party, Theatre Royal Norwich

Abigail’s Party, Theatre Royal Norwich

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The cast of Mamma Mia! with Lucy May Barker as Sophie (centre)

REVIEW: Mamma Mia! Norwich Theatre Royal

Mamma Mia! Theatre Royal Norwich

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The Red Shoes.  Dominic North as Julian Craster, Ashley Shaw as Victoria Page. Ohoto by Johan Persson

REVIEW: The Red Shoes, Theatre Royal Norwich

The Lord of the Dance, Matthew Bourne brings his new show, his first since 2011, to Norwich for a sell out run this week. He’s had the idea of making a piece out of the 1948 movie for about 20 years and started to actively work on it three years ago.

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Britt Quentin in Thriller 2917 UK tour

REVIEW:Thriller, Theatre Royal Norwich

Thriller Live, Theatre Royal Norwich

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John Partridge in La Cage Aux Follies

REVIEW: La Cage aux Folles, Theatre Royal Norwich

La Cage aux Folles burst on to the scene as a pioneering movie in the 1970s and grabbed the headlines for its examination of a more unconventional love story: the relationship between drag artist Albin and his partner, Georges, and his son, Jean-Michele.

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Which joke gives you the biggest laugh?

Brexit sprout gag is nation’s favourite cracker joke

A Brexit-themed joke about Brussels sprouts beat similar puns targeting Jeremy Corbyn, Roy Hodgson and Sports Direct to the title of best modern festive cracker joke.

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REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk, Theatre Royal Norwich

Yee haw - there’s a wacky Wild West theme to East Anglia’s biggest panto this year as Nodge City is the setting for the popular tale of Jack and the Beanstalk.

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FEATURE: From school plays to rock bands to opera – Mark knows the score

Music lovers passing a village church this week might have heard an entrancing sound echoing across the fields.

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Benjamin Dilloway as Mr Darcy and Tafline Steen as Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice.

REVIEW: Pride and Prejudice at Norwich Theatre Royal

To some the thought of Pride and Prejudice being adapted for a stage would be puzzling, but in the latest production of Jane Austen’s most iconic play by Regent’s Park Theatre, the story is, as ever, funny, exciting and clever.

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Enter Sudbury’s annual arts festival

Preparations are underway for the 2017 Sudbury Festival of Performing Arts and the syllabus is now available for the 95th edition of the event.

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Fallen branches causes Eye Castle to close — and a ‘lucky’ escape for the Dove Players youth cast

The grounds of Eye Castle have been closed this week after two large branches from an old chestnut tree fell at the weekend.

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