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01-03 August Jimmy Cauty’s Aftermath Dislocation Principle Te Forum


Jimmy Cauty is an artist, one half of Te KLF, co founder of Te Orb and the man who famously burned one million pounds. In other words, a total legend. His latest project, which was at Dismaland recently is coming to visit us here at Te Forum. Te Aftermath Dislocation Principle Riot Tour brings a dystopian model village and miniature disaster scenes in a massive shipping container, which you view through peepholes. It’s only in Norwich for three days so make sure come and check out this controversial but completely cool modern art concept.


August Teatre Royal Norwich


Get your best prom outfits and your pom-poms out as the Teatre Royal gets some stateside-style this month. Its youth company will be presenting High School Prom Queen from August 3rd – 6th. Packed with comedy, songs and excitement, this is perfect summer holiday entertainment for all the family and also features a host of up-and-coming young talent drawn from across the region. Take A Chance on Abba Mania which takes to the stage on August 7th, a hit feel-good show which celebrates the biggest songs of the Swedish supergroup and gives you the chance to reminisce, party and be entertained. Expect a silky smooth night out celebrating the Big Band era when Te Joe Ringer Band perform live on 9th August. Expect to hear the likes of Cry Me A River and Feeling Good.


August Disney Classics Cinema City


Catch some classic Disney films at Cinema City’s Vintage Sundays at 1pm in August and September. Pick from beauties Pinocchio, Cinderella, Jungle Book, Te Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin on the big screen – bring some kids with you, or just relive your childhood joy at these timeless movies on your own or with a friend. Magical.?


04 August PLINK PLONK presents John Butcher & David Ross Anteros courtyard


Come on Norwich, open your ears to something a little different this month. Plink Plonk focus on improvised and spontaneous music, inviting national legends to perform alongside local artists. John Butcher is a free tenor and soprano sax player that has been a pillar of the free improv scene for many years. David Ross uses an array of customised electronics to create a wild, woozy and unpredictable sound pallette. We’ll be treated to solo performances and a spontaneous collaborative set, all housed in the Tudor courtyard at Anteros.


anterosfoundation.com/music


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