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MAR 19


Clutter City Market Norwich Arts Centre


With the winter entering its final days, Norwich sees its cherished Arts Centre drenched in a print, craft and makers market. Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for your sweetheart, or a trinket of Norwich’s craftiness for your very own? Ten this is just the place for you. Te fayre is supported by live music from Broads, Emily Winng and Wooden Arms. With exhibitors like CannyBelle, John Scarratt and Little Swift previously making the grade, Clutter City again promises to be a great feast for art lovers. www.norwichartscentre.co.uk. Free entry.


Brow Arch March Debenhams


Hip Hop Karaoke Te Talk


26 MAR


So listen up 'cause you can't say nothin'. You'll shut me down with a push of your button. Sound familiar? Ten perhaps you should get your hiney down to Te Talk on the last Weds of this month, and all the months coming. Hip Hop Karaoke is a new concept night, where live DJs, breakdancers and – yes – hip hop karaoke mix together in an awesome sauce accompaniment to the pop up Hot Fire BBQ restaurant. Burgers and B- boys? Sign me up.


Facebook: ‘Hot Fire BBQ’


If swimming the channel or running the length of London leaves you raising an eyebrow, perhaps there’s something else you could do for charity. Tis month is Brow Arch March, an initiative dreamt up by Benefit Cosmetics as part of Look Good Feel Better - the UK’s only national cancer charity dedicated to helping women and teenagers manage the effects that cancer and its treatment have on their appearance. Te Benefit brow squad will shape your furry little numbers for the reduced price of £5, instead of £11.50. All proceeds go to Look Good Feel Better. Visit the Benefit Brow Bar at Debenhams Norwich, or call 01603 728152 for an appt.


MAR 22


22 March Boogaloo Stu’s Pop Magic Norwich Arts Centre


What happens if a DIY pop star tries to create a number one smash hit in one hour? Musical alchemy at its best in this magical show about ambitions, dreams and hopes. Whether his number one hit turns out to be death metal, dubstep or a poppy song depends on the audience - his sincerest assistants during the creative process of composing a song. Tis show is perfect for those in need of an antidote to the X Factor’s predictability.


Tickets £10 / £8 conc. www.norwichartscentre.co.uk


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