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February Teatre Royal Norwich

18 February Henry V Norwich Cathedral

Award-winning theatre company Antic Disposition present their critically acclaimed adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry V in Norwich Cathedral for one night only. Marking the ongoing centenary of WWI, Antic Disposition’s reimagining is set in a French military hospital in 1915. Moving effortlessly between 1415 and 1915, this version combines Shakespeare’s epic history play with original songs and live music inspired by the poetry of A E Housman in a powerful tribute to the young soldiers caught up in conflicts five centuries apart.

05 February Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair Te Halls

People, it’s time to refresh your wardrobe for 2017 with some choice vintage treasures. Find 40 stalls of vintage fashion, homeware and collectables nestled in Te Halls this month. Take tea and cake like civilized people in the pop up tea room, watch ukulele duo Himazas perform live and get the perfect victory rolls or beehive courtesy of Hair Raid Shelter’s salon. Tickets cost just £2 and the event runs 11 til 4. Check it out on Facebook.

18 February Common People Open

Common People is the new Britpop, Indie and 90s disco night being launched at OPEN. Set across two rooms, Blur’s drummer Dave Rowntree will be DJ’ing, whoop! Common People will only happen twice a year so don’t miss the chance to dust off that ringer t shirt and corduroy flares, grab your 70’s flight bag and get ready to party like it’s 1994.

Tere’s a wealth of variety at the Teatre Royal this month. And iiiiiiieeeeeiiiiiiiiii…. the iconic hits of Whitney Houston are celebrated in Queen of the Night for one night only on February 6th, and then the Richard Alston Dance Company returns with three new pieces. West End and global hit Triller Live then makes its return February 13th-18th taking us through Michael Jackson’s 45 year musical history with two hours of non- stop hits and some electrifying dance performances. Matthew Bourne’s latest dance masterpiece Te Red Shoes is on stage from February 21st-25th but be quick, there are only a handful of tickets left! Does your mother know that Mamma Mia is taking to the stage for four weeks from February 28th? Already seen by over 60 million people worldwide, and packed with Abba’s greatest hits, don’t miss the chance to see this hit show right here in Norwich. A ha.

22 February - 03 May Spring Literary Festival UEA

UEA have pulled another batch of great writers out of their hat for their Spring Literary Festival including we Need To Talk About Kevin author Lionel Shriver, Turkish writer Elif Shafak, Louise Doughty who wrote Apple Tree Yard, George Sanders who was named one of the world’s 100 most influential people by Time magazine, leading actor Michael Pennington, Strictly Come Dancing’s Ed Balls and Ali Smith, author of Hotel World. Come along to hear them talking about and reading from their work. You can buy a season ticket for £48, or individual events are £8, and all events take place in Lecture Teatre 1.


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