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MON 1 - SUN 7 OCT 2018

MUDDY Highlights – What’s On this Week in Norfolk!


Keeping Abreast More Than Just Fashion Shows, OPEN, Wed 3rd & Thurs 4th October

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The ‘Keeping Abreast More Than Just Fashion’ Show is a fantastic opportunity to support women who have undergone reconstructive surgery to regain their confidence and femininity as they hit the catwalk to model some beautiful clothes from local outlets. An emotional and uplifting evening to help raise money for Keeping Abreast

Book tickets for £14.50 plus booking fee (VIP tickets are available for £25)


Backlash Ballroom, Maddermarket Theatre, Thurs 4th October

Described as a ‘Ballroom and Latin dance explosion,’ Backlash Ballroom is a Muddy must for all Strictly fans as six professional couples dance the night away. But don’t just take it from us: the show has a rave review from Godfather Of Ballroom, Len Goodman. We give it a ten!

Book tickets for £20 (£19 concessions)


SKIN, Theatre Royal Norwich, Fri 5th October 

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Award winning hip-hop theatre – ‘201’s’ return to the Norwich Playhouse stage with SKIN: a boy’s intimate journey of gender transition to discover a body that feels like home. Fusing urban and contemporary styles with an original score, choreographer Andrea Walker directs a cast of 7 dancers in a fast paced, emotionally driven story of family, identity and belonging.
Book tickets £8.50 – £12.00

The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Norwich Arts Centre, Fri 5th October

COOL ALERT! Fresh from performing with acts such as  Gorillaz, Wu Tang Clan and De La Soul, the eight-piece Hypnotic Brass Ensemble bring their own unique style to Norwich Arts Centre. Expect anything from hip-hop and jazz to funk and calypso, but above all, expect the unexpected!

Book tickets for £18 in advance or £20 on the door


Harfest, Norwich Cathedral, Sat 6th October  

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A family-friendly celebration of the countryside at Norwich Cathedral. The kids will love it – machinery displays, animals and live entertainment. Plus the cloisters will be transformed into a farmers’ market, so you can pick up some lovely Saturday night treats. Perfect if you’re in need of a a breath of countryside air without leaving the city.



Wacky World, UEA Sportspark, Norwich, Sat 6th & Sun 7th October  

Giant Inflatables? Huge Hungry Hippos? Total Wipeout? Wacky World’s action-packed assault courses have sessions for children, adults and families and guarantee a wild weekend of fun. So if you’re in the mood to pummel your friend with a pugil stick or take on your teenagers at Total Meltdown, this is the place to be. Just don’t blame us if you break a nail…

Tickets £11.99 per session (book in advance)


Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow, The Forum, Norwich, Sun 7th – Wed 10th October

It’s been hare-trail-tastic this summer but sadly the GoGo Hares are GoGoing home to their auction winning burrows. This is your final chance to see all them in one place plus meet the artists, see two new hares that weren’t on the trail and be in with a chance of winning your very own Hare – crikey where would you put it?

Buy tickets £0-£10 (under 3’s free)

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