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23 Nov - 03 Dec Crude Apache’s Richard III Te Shoe Factory Social Club

Bloody thou art, and bloody shall be thine end. In the decaying remains of a disused shoe factory, see Shakespeare’s dark tale of treachery, deceit and murder set in modern times, centered around the issue of homelessness. It’ll be performed with the actors in the centre of the room and the audience on either side of them. Taking risks and looking at performance in a different way has always been a big part of what Crude Apache have tried to do, and Richard III will be no different – this will be one of those occasions that people talk about for years afterwards. Get your tickets now.

20 November Rattle: Baby Disco Open

Norwich’s Rattle Baby Discos are always incredibly popular for both parents and kids alike. Not only will there be a DJ so you can all get down with your bad selves, there’s also stalls, crafts, a bar (remember, you can’t give booze to a baby), messy play, and the fancy dress theme is Classic Film & TV. Anyone got a spare Flumps costume please? It runs 2-4pm, adults £8, under 18’s £5 and under 1’s go free. Party on, baby dudes. Check out their Facebook event page for all the stuff.

10 Dec Bo Nanafana’s Office Christmas Party Te Talk

03 December One Night Of Queen Te LCR

We don’t usually cover cover bands here at Outline, but this one’s gonna be special. 2016 would have seen Freddie Mercury’s 70th birthday, and to celebrate, Gary Mullen (who won Stars In Teir Eyes back in 2000) and his band Te Works will be bringing his fandango-filled show to the LCR. Tey’re currently on a 30 date sold out arena tour across the pond, so catch em while you can! Tey will rock you with their own particular kind of magic.

Celebrate Christmas with those delightful Bo beauties at Te Talk- it’s only a traditional Office Christmas Party innit! Featuring live music (band tba), a Cockney knees-up with Te Gents, photocopying opportunities, stationery cupboard shenanigans, DJ’s, al fresco food from Woolf & Social, Secret Santa, snogging, cabaret, a prize draw and, natch, surprises. Tell your boss, or if you’re the boss invite your staff. Self employed? Treat yourself. Dress: think Mad Men, Moneypenny, and Christmas jumpers.Tickets just £15 from Soundclash & Rock Collection.

Norwich Christmas Larks

Norwich’s 2016 Christmas lights switch on is on Tursday 17th November between 6 and 10pm. Get your ‘Aahhhhhh’s” ready. Don’t miss the Tunnel of Light, an immersive 45 metre long experience made up of 50,000 pulsating LED’s will blow you away outside the Forum, and check out the massive Norwegian Spruce outside City Hall (NO CLIMBING, YOU RAPSCALLIONS). Get involved in the lovely ice rink up in Castle Gardens, or the very special Christmas projections on the Norwich Castle (between 5-9pm) to remind you what it’s all about as you trudge past on your way home carrying one million shopping bags. Isn’t Christmas brilliant?

32 / November 2016/

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