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03 March Te Cut Open Club Room

Te Cut is a special night organised by us here at Outline, BBC Introducing in Norfolk and Open to introduce the city to some of the best new local acts around that you may not have heard of yet. For this, the second night, we’ve got lovely folk maestros Chalky Seas, the poptastic Mila Falls and Lowestoft punk rockers British Rejects in the house. Tey’ll delight you. I just know it. Tickets are a mere £3 each in advance and a fiver on the door. We had a rad time last time so see you there, yeah? Tickets from OPEN.

March Teatre Royal Norwich

Staff at a bread factory are in for a shift which is set to turn their lives upside down in Toast, which runs at Norwich Teatre Royal until March 5. From the writer of One Man Two Guvnors, it boasts a strong cast headed by Olivier Award- winning Matthew Kelly, and Simon Greenall who is well-known for playing Alan Partridge’s side-kick Michael. Monkeys smoking fags etc. Check out Matthew Bourne’s ballet Sleeping Beauty March 8th-12th; it starts with a gothic feel, moving through Edwardian times through to modern times. In King Charles III March 14th-19th, Robert Powell finds himself ascending to the throne. Mixing drama and comedy, the production enjoyed a hugely successful West End run and is written by Mike Bartlett who wrote TV drama hit Dr Foster. Tap takes over the theatre on March 24th-26th with the return of Tap Factory, with some of the globe’s top male tappers and musicians mixing dance, percussion, comedy and acrobatics. March ends with Hairspray, back from March 29th. It follows the story of Tracy Turnblad, the girl with big hair and an even bigger heart, who wants to find fame and love in Sixties America where music and fashion are everyone’s passions. Te show boasts an all-star cast including Claire Sweeney from out of Brookside. Hoorah!

10-17 March Norwich Fashion Week OPEN

Now it its sixth year, Norwich Fashion Week has reapplied its mascara and recoiffeured its hair and is all ready for the catwalk. Te whole thing’s taking place at OPEN this year, and you’ll be able to see Norwich fashion in all its guises, from local independents and vintage treats to the very best of Norwich’s designers, tailors, milliners and stylists. Tere’s also the Fashion Excess show to inspire those with more of an edgy take on their style. New this year are a hair show and a design and enterprise event. Put your best togs on and head down to see the cream of the crop tops and more. Get your tickets from OPEN and find out more at

07 March Words & Women – International Women’s Day Norwich Arts Centre

Celebrate the ladies on International Women’s Day at the launch of the new Words And Women anthology feat the best in regional women’s writing alongside some of the finest and most exciting female musicians around. Te incomparable Karen Reilly out of the Neutrinos, the mesmerising Sink Ya Teeth and the unique Emily Winng will all be performing and the night will be compered by Guardian award winning stand up Louisa Teobald and others. Norwich author of bestselling novel Elizabeth Is Missing, Emma Healey, will introduce the anthology, and writers will read their winning entries. Tere will be short films in the auditorium too. Tis year Words and Women, a voluntary organisation, is fundraising for future writing projects and for Women For Refugee Women. A snip at just £5. Find out more onTwitter @wordsandwomen.

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