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THE ADNAMS SPIEGELTENT


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ou know that certain events are on their way


when certain things start appearing. It’s not officially the countdown to Christmas until the roast chestnut stall appears. It’s not summer until the local press print a photo of a packed Cromer beach. And it’s not May until the Spiegeltent appears in Chapelfield Gardens.


Tere’s something about seeing that solid reminder that the city is about to become more exciting, more silly, more surprising than it is when it’s metaphorically doing its day job. Tere’s a buzz, a feeling that you might turn a familiar corner and encounter street theatre. Weird shit turns up in places you’d least expect. As much as these are a part of life in Norwich, it’s nice to be in a lather of indecision over which events you’re going to attend. Te Garden Party in Chapelfield on the 20th/21st is a given obviously, and I fully expect that Museum of the Moon at the Forum will be awesome – it’s a giant inflatable moon for crysake! You can sit


in deckchairs and bathe in the moonlight! – the bits that seem most intriguing are what’s happening in the Spiegeltent. Of course there’s the family stuff and music. But there’s always such a deliciously louche and decadent air there. If the Spiegeltent were a person, they’d live in a high ceilinged apartment with a wrought iron lift and they’d never open their heavy velvet curtains before noon. It’s an intoxicating venue to be in, whether you’re there for the Ragroof Tea Dances, Driftwood Circus (various dates that I don’t have space to elaborate on here) or what sounds like the utterly bewitching and beguiling Night Magic on the 22nd & 23rd, where the audience are encouraged to don their gladrags to join in with the fun after the performance.


I’m not your mum so I won’t tell you everything that’s on. Anyway, you’re far too intelligent and lovely for that kind of spoon feeding. Just make sure you get in there and find what’s on and book your tickets where necessary or you’ll miss out. Linger within tent instead.


Jessikart


Find out everything that’s happening at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival at nnfestival.org.uk


10 / MAY 2017 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK


TICKETS TO SEE CLEAN BANDIT AT FOREST LIVE 2017!


what could be better than seeing live music in a forest? Nothing. ‘Forest Live takes place every summer with an eclectic mix of acts performing in seven spectacular forest locations across the country, aiming to get people out into our beaut forests and enjoy some great music because why not. It’s been going for 16 years and the ticket money has helped to conserve wildlife and other goooood stuff.


Tetford Forest is our nearest joint, and not only do you get a fantastic live show but also full catering and bar facilities. Or bring a picnic! Definitely bring your dancing shoes and mates… just look at this year’s line up!


THURS 29 JUNE ELBOW with special guest Steve Mason


FRI 30 JUNE OLLY MURS with special guest Louisa Johnson


SAT 1 JULY RICK ASTLEY with special guest Rumer


SUN 2 JULY CLEAN BANDIT plus guests


We’ve got a pair of tickets for one lucky Outline reader to go and see Clean Bandit! Just head over to outlineonline.co.uk to enter.


Find out all the details at forestry.gov.uk/music


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