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25 February Martin Carthy: total folk legend Octagon Unitarian Chapel


Winner of a Lifetime Achievement Award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Martin Carthy is truly the king of British folk music. For 40 years he’s been one of folk music's most beloved, most enthusiastic and greatest musical innovators. He’s recorded over 40 albums, and worked with Steeleye Span, his award-winning wife Norma Waterson and daughter Eliza Carthy among many others. Tis is a special opportunity to see this folk legend in the stunning intimate setting of the Octagon Chapel so make sure you grab a ticket while there are a few left. Tickets cost £12.50, available from


www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk.


08 Feb Valentine’s Bar Boot Te Owl Sanctuary


Norwich does love its crafters, and now you’ve got the chance to love them even harder this month in preparation for Valentine’s day. Taking place in the marvelous Owl Sanctuary on a Sunday afternoon from 1 til 5, you can have a cosy time checking out loads of local independent artists and makers selling their original art, design, homewares, accessories and jewellery. Proceeds go to Leeway Support, a local shelter from domestic abuse so it’s also a way to support Norwich folk. Come buy some pretties for your better half! Like Te Owl Sanctuary on Facebook for more details.


31 January - 07 February Manipulate Visual Teatre Festival Norwich Puppet Teatre


Norwich Puppet Teatre partners with Puppet Animation Scotland to host Manipulate for the fourth year running, an innovative international festival which communicates the power of the puppet and visual theatre to adult audiences. Shows include Kwaidan, a cinematic piece inspired by Japanese ghost stories and horror movies, and Mr Carmen which uses eccentric imagery and visual theatre to push theatre to its very limit. Try something new and head down for some innovative and unusual entertainment which is bound to challenge and thrill you.


www.puppettheatre.co.uk


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