MON 22 - SUN 28 OCT 2018:
Here’s our Muddy round up of things to do this week in Norfolk.
Plus we’ve taken the hard work out of your half term planning and found some great Halloween activities for little kids (and big kids – PrimEvil anyone?)
Halloween Fun at Park Britannia, Norwich, Mon 22nd – Fri 26th October
Five mornings of fun over Halloween half-term at Park Britannia, and it’s all free! Bring your little ghouls and goblins along in fancy dress for crafts, games and slime whilst you relax in the lovely Britannia Cafe with coffee and cake!
Milkshake! Live, King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, Mon 22nd October
All your favourite Milkshake! characters return in this fun-filled family favourite at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange. Watch Milkshake’s magical bookcase come alive with music, song and dance as your favourite fairytales are retold as never before.
Book tickets from £11.50 to £16.50
Night Clubbing, The Norwich Playhouse, Tues 23rd October
Fancy a bit of clubbing on a school night? Rachael Young and her badass band of super-humans embrace Afrofuturism and the cult of Grace Jones in NIGHTCLUBBING . This explosive new performance brings live music and intergalactic visions to start a revolution.
Book tickets £8.50 – £12.00
Sali Hughes in conversation with Sam Chapman, Jarrolds Norwich, Tues 23rd October
Jarrolds and We Got This (Sometimes!) present two of the hardest-hitting women in modern beauty as they discuss the products that have revolutionised the beauty world and celebrate the launch of Sali’s paperback, Pretty Iconic. A fun and informative evening discussing everyone’s favourite beauty products from people who know the industry best.
Book tickets for £20 (included in the ticket price is a signed copy of the book and a glass of wine)
Ballet Black, Norwich Theatre Royal, Thurs 25th October
Cassa Pancho’s Ballet Black celebrates dancers of black and Asian descent, showcasing technique, precision and grace in specially commissioned pieces.
As part of their latest double bill, renowned British choreographer Cathy Marston choreographs a new ballet based on Can Themba’s moving fable The Suit.
Completing the evening is Arthur Pita’s Olivier nominated A Dream Within A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The production mixes classical and contemporary to distil the essence of Shakespeare’s comedy, unfolding to the eclectic sounds of Eartha Kitt, Barbra Streisand, Yma Sumac and more.
Book tickets £10 – £21.50
Norfolk’s First Mussel Festival, The White Horse, Brancaster Staithe, Fri 26th October
Live music, craft beers and Brancaster’s finest mussels, all served in the marsh-side marquee at the White Horse. This event has gone straight into our Muddy diary. We’ll see you there.
Dinosaur World Live! Norwich Theatre Royal, Fri 26th & Sat 27th October
This interactive performance at the Theatre Royal will see the whole family caught up in adventure! Face up to your fears as you encounter prehistoric predators on your travels through this Jurassic fantasy and get even closer to the dinosaurs afterwards in the meet-and-greet session.
Plus check out our Culture Vulture Guide taking you to the end of 2018 with stacks of theatre, film, music and art!