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REVIEW: Mamma Mia! Norwich Theatre Royal

REVIEW: Mamma Mia! Norwich Theatre Royal

REVIEW: Mamma Mia! Norwich Theatre Royal

02 March 2017

Mamma Mia! Theatre Royal Norwich


REVIEW: The Red Shoes, Theatre Royal Norwich

REVIEW: The Red Shoes, Theatre Royal Norwich

REVIEW: The Red Shoes, Theatre Royal Norwich

22 February 2017

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.


REVIEW: Russian State Ballet of Siberia, La Fille Mal Gardee

REVIEW: Russian State Ballet of Siberia, La Fille Mal Gardee

REVIEW: Russian State Ballet of Siberia, La Fille Mal Gardee

30 January 2017

The Russian State Ballet of Siberia brought three shows to Norwich last week, including this light-hearted romance which roughly translates as The Wayward Daughter.


The Dare Devil Rides to Jarama on stage at Diss High School

The Dare Devil Rides to Jarama on stage at Diss High School

The Dare Devil Rides to Jarama on stage at Diss High School

27 January 2017

Diss High School will welcome Townsend Productions next month for their performance of Dare Devil Rides To Jarama, in association with the Diss Corn Hall On Tour programme.


REVIEW: La Cage aux Folles, Theatre Royal Norwich

REVIEW: La Cage aux Folles, Theatre Royal Norwich

REVIEW: La Cage aux Folles, Theatre Royal Norwich

18 January 2017

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.


REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk, Theatre Royal Norwich

REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk, Theatre Royal Norwich

REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk, Theatre Royal Norwich

16 December 2016

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.


REVIEW: The Commitments

REVIEW: The Commitments

29 November 2016

The Commitments, Theatre Royal, Norwich


REVIEW: Pride and Prejudice at Norwich Theatre Royal

REVIEW: Pride and Prejudice at Norwich Theatre Royal

REVIEW: Pride and Prejudice at Norwich Theatre Royal

28 September 2016

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.


Norfolk Nurse competing in The Great British Bake Off

Norfolk Nurse competing in The Great British Bake Off

Norfolk Nurse competing in The Great British Bake Off

16 August 2016

A Norfolk Nurse is set to appear on The Great British Bake Off this year alongside 11 other competitors.


Best fest yet

Best fest yet

Best fest yet

27 May 2016

Hoxne is ready to go with one of the village calendar’s main events this weekend — what organisers believe will be the best Hoxne Music Festival yet.


Bloody Mary returns to Framlingham

Bloody Mary returns to Framlingham

Bloody Mary returns to Framlingham

27 May 2016

Take a trip back in time to an infamous and gruesome period of British history this Bank Holiday weekend, as Framlingham Castle honours 500 years since the birth of Queen Mary. Visitors to the castle will discover much more about the bloody and intriguing tales of the Tudors, from an array of costumed characters, including the fearsome Queen, “Bloody Mary” herself. Families can wander through the Tudor camps and pay a visit to Mary’s executioner to learn about his gruesome trade, as well as that of the Tudor surgeon, and there will even be firepower displays by archers competing against guns and combat displays by the mighty army of Queen Mary.


Celebrating 30 years of Palgrave centre

Celebrating 30 years of Palgrave centre

Celebrating 30 years of Palgrave centre

27 May 2016

A full and diverse schedule of different events is on the cards for Palgrave in the coming weeks, celebrating 30 years since the opening of the popular village community centre.


Occold Fayre hosts market and sales

Occold Fayre hosts market and sales

Occold Fayre hosts market and sales

27 May 2016

It is sales galore in Occold tomorrow as the regular Village Fayre returns to the Village Hall and Sports Meadow, 9.30am to noon.


Reg Meuross heads to Eye Bank stage

Reg Meuross heads to Eye Bank stage

Reg Meuross heads to Eye Bank stage

27 May 2016

A British folk musician described as a “true modern-day troubadour” will grace The Bank in Eye for a gig tomorrow night.


Watch The Danish Girl at Diss High

Watch The Danish Girl at Diss High

Watch The Danish Girl at Diss High

27 May 2016

The Oscar-nominated 2015 drama The Danish Girl is on screen for June’s first film night at Diss High School next week.


Wymondham Town Busking Day is back

Wymondham Town Busking Day is back

Wymondham Town Busking Day is back

27 May 2016

Street buskers are set to flock back to Wymondham tomorrow for the town’s annual Busking Day.


Review: Habeas Corpus – Garboldisham

Review: Habeas Corpus – Garboldisham

Review: Habeas Corpus – Garboldisham

22 May 2016

Anyone attending Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus looking for his signature humanity was in for a shock, as the broadest of farces barged its way onto the stage.


Review: Morgan and West – Garboldisham

Review: Morgan and West – Garboldisham

Review: Morgan and West – Garboldisham

21 May 2016

Faced with the bombast of David Copperfield, the mind-bending of Derren Brown and the deconstruction of Penn and Teller, there is something refreshingly straightforward about Morgan and West’s self-depreciation.


Bridge of Spies film night

Bridge of Spies film night

Bridge of Spies film night

20 May 2016

Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies hits the big screen at the Pennoyer Centre in Pulham St Mary tonight.


Diss Comedy Club is back

Diss Comedy Club is back

Diss Comedy Club is back

20 May 2016

Diss Corn Hall Comedy Club On Tour is back at Diss Rugby Club tonight, starring three well-known stand-ups.


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