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SEPT 18 My Kind of Micheal Norwich Arts Centre


Nick has loved Barrymore ever since his Nanna Sylvie bought him ‘Barrymore’s Best Bites’ on VHS when he was seven. Now Nick invites you to share his love, to examine the turbulent relationship between showman and spectator.


Moving between narrative and a Barrymore style game show, Nick and the audience play TV favourites like ‘Strike It Lucky’ and take part in ‘This is Your Life’. An ever-affable raconteur par excellence, Nick uses his delightfully amiable, charming and warm stage presence, alongside Barrymore's iconic shticks, to weave his own personal stories with tales of Barrymore's rise to fame and ultimate downfall. Join in with Nick to celebrate a light entertainment - and working class – variety icon. With live music and gags-a-plenty My Kind of Michael is?, well, Alwight!


At his peak Michael Barrymore was one of the most popular and revered performers in the UK. A former Butlin’s Red Coat, he won TV talent show New Faces in 1975, earning a six-month West End contract. His career never recovered from a tragic incident at a party at his house, despite no charges ever being brought against him, an unprecedented career peak rise and fall for such a well-loved personality.


SEPT 26-29 Deepdale Festival


Have you ever taken the journey into the roads of north west Norfolk, as excitement is already building at Deepdale for this year’s Festival with more than 35 acts across 4 stages.


Friday’s line-up includes the incredibly exciting Norfolk band of the momentMorganwayheadlining, but also theCobbler Bob String BandandTilly Moses, amongst other great talent.


The SaturdayheadlinersMan The Lifeboats are set to build on their storming Sunday appearance last year. On the Orchard Stage, don’t miss the wonderful nationally acclaimed Kitty Macfarlane, followed by multi-influenced Cambridge bandFred’s House.


TheSundayline-up for this year’s is is simply one you shouldn’t miss! Including the great pleasure of welcoming the hugely influential folk music luminaryMartin Carthy. Closing out the Festival are Radio 2 Folk Award nominees, the brilliantly energetic and eclecticGentlemen of Few, preceded by the country blues of Wales’ finest,The Goat Roper Rodeo Band.band’s best- loved solo material too.


To book tickets and for more info visit deepdalefestival.co.uk


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Norwich Artist ,Will Teather, signs to New York Gallery


Many of you may be aware of Will Teather’s work and seen some of his work, be it the big spheres, as the one in The Royal Arcade, or his many other works. Will has been signed to New York's leading figurative art gallery, RJD. His work will be toured around events across America


His paintings include surreal scenes set within Norfolk landmarks and his famous hand-painted spheres, that use a unique perspective to depict 360 panoramas.


Will said of the signing


"I'm thrilled to be exhibiting with RJD Gallery. New York is important for any artist working today- it is like Paris was a hundred years ago. "


Will did spend a yesr in 2012 on a schalrship in NY he said


"I was blown away but the scale and ambition of the work being produced there, and have been plotting my return ever since! I feel very lucky that my career has developed this way.


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