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Norwich Support Manchester

Theatre and performance venues across Norwich plus Norwich Cathedral are joining forces to help support the families of the terrorist attack in Manchester. As of yesterday afternoon, bucket collections will be held around performances, events and services with every penny going to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, which has …

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Dementia-Friendly Events

Extra support, advice and entertainment for those with dementia and their families is coming to Norwich. As Dementia Awareness Week continues, Norwich Theatre Royal and Norwich Playhouse are aiming to build and support the work being done across the county with a wide range of initiatives including performances, workshops and …

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Scarecrow Festival

There’s a wild week ahead as Anything Goes is the theme of this years Scarecrow festival in Loddon and Chedgrave between the 17th and 25th June. First and foremost, the public are being urged to use their imagination to create a scarecrow that will be on display during the week …

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Half Term at The Garage

This half term, The Garage in Norwich has a fantastic array events for ages 18 months to 21 years to get creative and banish boredom! From street dance to performances opportunities to toddler discos, The Garage has your half-term covered. The week kicks off on Tuesday 30th & Wednesday 31st …

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Grainfest 2017

This years Grainfest at Geldeston Locks Inn, Beccles, takes place on the bank holiday weekend, 27th-28th May, and is expected to be their biggest gathering of ale, bands and people so far. In a weekend of music and real ale, its a celebration of the synergy through the centuries between grain …

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Holt Festival Line-up

The full programme for Holt Festival 2017, North Norfolk’s award winning, multi-arts, international festival has been announced. Now in its ninth year, the Festival brings outstanding theatre, music, comedy, literature, children’s and visual art events to the picturesque Georgian town for eight days, from 22 to 30 July. This year’s …

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Matt Watson

Keen observers of our banner adverts will have seen us promoting The Endless Coastline tour by Matt Watson.  (That’s it, just up there over Matt’s picture ↑ ).    It is a music tour with a difference, no stadium dates, no trucks full of gear and roadies swilling beer.   This …

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Music on the Trains

The Epping Ongar Railway presents 65+ beers at its summer festival this July to celebrate 60 years since the tube train first trundled through the Essex countryside. What could be a better setting for a good ale than a panoramic view of the rolling hills and unique woodlands of Epping …

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Grapevine IEM Showcase

Once again Grapevine Magazine has teamed up with IEM to provide some lucky young musicians the opportunity to play at Ipswich Music Day – the country’s largest one day free music festival. All young musicians between the age of 13 and 18 are currently eligible and must attend education in Suffolk. …

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New Season at Bury Theatre Royal

New season, new talent and old friends at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. It’s becoming a cliché to say there’s ‘something for everyone’ at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds but as a vital and vibrant part of the year round cultural life of Bury St Edmunds and environs, not to …

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