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20 February Fleabag Te Garage

Fleabag is a hilarious one-woman rip-roaring account of some sort of a female living some sort of life in some sort of city. What if when we get serious, people laugh? What if when we comfort someone, they end up killing themselves? What if when we fuck up a job interview, we get the gig? Welcome to the world of Fleabag where the rules are out the window. Te Fleabag is angry, pervy, cruel, forgetful, unforgiving, flippant, capricious, but undeniably honest. And you can’t help but love an honest person. Or can you? It may not be pretty but it's funny as hell. Seriously rude and edgy, this is a must see. 18+ grown up’s only.

22 February Te Sunday Beauty School Flint

Hey ladies! Fed up of watching hair and make up videos on Youtube and ending up looking like an extra from Triller? Norwich ladies Emily from Love Moi Make up and Flamingo Amy, hair goddess, want to help. Teir Sunday Beauty School sessions are a godsend to those of us who are still sporting the same hairstyle and make up as when they were 16. Classes at the school are limited to 6 people so you get loads of attention and help, and you can choose between watching their tutorials, and/or attempting the looks yourself, with their practical help. Tis time around they are teaching how to create a modern finger wave hairdo, and glitter and smokes makeup. It ain’t no thing to look like you just stepped out of a salon, and you’ll be all set for that hot Valentine’s date.

February Teatre Royal Norwich

If you’re a fan of Tim Burton’s modern fairy tale Edward Scissorhands with its gothic double duo Ryder and Depp, head down to the Teatre Royal this month to catch this delicious ballet version by dancing maestro Matthew Bourne. Snow. Romance. Haircuts. I love all that stuff. If on the other hand you’d rather be terrified out of your very wits, I suggest hitting Te Woman in Black up. Based on Susan Hill’s novel, which was then made into that movie, the stage version is renowned for literally making people scream in terror. I saw it, and I screamed in terror, so it’s true. It’s well, well scary. If you’re ready for a laugh after all that love and fear, you could go see the comedy drama Te Absence of War this month, written by top playwright David Hare and is all about a battle to get the keys to 10 Downing Street.

25 February Red Bastard Norwich Arts Centre

Red Bastard is a dangerous, seductive comedy monster. His mission: to charm, disarm, shock and seduce. His target: YOU.. Red Bastard engages the audience in a masterclass of raw conversation, provocations, traps and rewards, encouraging risk and personal discovery. He’s had 5 star reviews across the world and was voted in the top five shows in the UK. Be prepared for anything to happen in this line- crossing show. Red Bastard is not clown. He is not here to please you. He has come to make you surrender. Blimey! / February 2015 / 43

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