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21-24 July Cinema City present outdoor screenings Plantation Gardens

Tis is becoming a regular summery fixture here in Norwich – the opportunity to watch or rewatch some absolute classic movies in the beautiful and intimate setting of the Plantation Gardens on Earlham Road. Starting at 21:00 each evening, you can bring a picnic and your buddies and settle in for a perfect and memorable evening. Tis year there are some real beauts – Withnail & I, Back to the Future, Dirty Dancing and Casablanca, all bound to sell out without a doubt.

28-31 July Laugh In Te Park Comedy Festival Chapelfield Gardens

2016 sees another hilarious year of the most excellent Red Card Comedy Club’s comedy festival in Chapelfield Gardens. Tis year they’ve got some huge names from the world of stand up including Andy Parsons, Stephen K Amos, Tom Stade, Imran Yusuf, Phil Nichol, Aisling Bea and Andrew Maxwell amongst others. Tere are four comedians per night, tickets are £20 per night and comfort’s at a premium with a seated tent with a bar and food available.

July 1549: Te Story of Ketts Rebellion Te green places & open spaces of Norwich

23 July Spoken Word with Harry Baker Norwich Cathedral

Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker returns to Norwich Cathedral this month along with his favourite partner in crime, Chris Read, for another night of exceptional poetry and music. Tose who came to last year's show won't need reminding just how good these guys are (if you didn't, watch Harry's TED Video, viewed over one million times). Enjoy the comfy surroundings of the Weston Room, with a great sound system and pop-up bar. You’ll get solo sets from Harry and Chris before the two join forces to perform the new show they'll be taking to this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Get ready for award winning words about life decisions, limousines and fat bumblebees (to name a few), on top of some seriously soulful sounds.

Ketts Rebellion is one of the most significant events in Norwich's history. Te Common Lot, a Norwich theatre collective encourage you to kick off your flip flops and bring a picnic (weather permitting) to any of the free performances open to everyone. It’s Norwich history, but not as you know it - it’s been described as a panto- documentary, so will give you a laugh as well as teach you something. Tis series of shows are being performed in parks and green spaces like Castle Gardens, the Cathedral Close and Ketts Heights. Music will be performed by members of Mind Te Gap, who promote wellbeing and social inclusion through music. Nice one Norwich.

July Te Rumsey Wells

Ah the Rumsey. We love them for their delish Pieminister pies in the wintertime, but they’re just about to flabbergast us all with some awesome new summer sandwiches and pies. What about Te Heisenburger with blue bacon? Te Shish Kaboom with Souvlaki-style chicken or halloumi? Or why not a Ron de Footlong, complete with caramalised rum and maple onions? Teir Rumfest weekend runs 12th-13th August too, featuring cocktails in the garden, live music, DJ’s and art. With a new team ready to please, it’s the place to be this summer. / July 2016 / 39

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