MON 4 - SUN 10 FEB
What’s on this week I hear you cry?
Stephen K. Amos: Bouquets & Brickbats, Norwich Playhouse, Mon 4th February
Stephen K. Amos is on a mission to make the world smile. Billed as ‘one of the most likeable figures in British comedy, this is the perfect distraction from the doom and gloom of February. A guaranteed winter warmer.
Book tickets for £17.50
Papaya Verte Pop-Up Kitchen, The Sir Garnet, Norwich, Tues 5th – Thurs 7th February
Have an ‘oh-my-goodness-my-food-looks-incredible’ moment with Papaya Verte’s pop-up kitchen at the Sir Garnet. All the dishes are lovingly handmade by a Vietnamese chef who has drawn inspiration from both traditional favourites and authentic street food to create, and as most of the ingredients come from Norwich market, you’ll be supporting the local community too. This is not one to miss.
Calendar Girls: The Musical, Norwich Theatre Royal, Tues 5th – Sat 16th February
Gary Barlow and naked ladies! True, but there’s so much more to Calendar Girls than that. Featuring a host of famous faces – and other bodily parts – this is a show that will make you want to cry, laugh and sing from the rooftops. Take a group of girls and prepare to giggle all night. Read our preview interview here.
Book tickets from £10
Shane Shambhu: Confessions Of A Cockney Temple Dancer, Norwich Arts Centre, Weds 6th February
You don’t often have a chance to see a combination of Indian dance and stand-up comedy, so it’s a good thing that Shane Shambhu is coming to town. We can guarantee that you haven’t seen anything quite like this before. Don’t believe us? Go and find out…
Book tickets from £3
Morgan & West Parlour Tricks, Sheringham Little Theatre, Fri 8th February
Fancy something a little bit different? Time travelling magic duo Morgan & West present a brand new show chock full of jaw dropping, brain bursting, gasp eliciting feats of magic. The dashing chaps offer up a plateful of illusion and impossibility, all served with wit, charm and no small amount of panache.
Book tickets £15.00
Valentines Kids Craft, Urban Jungle Cafe, Costessey, Saturday 9th February
Resident craft queen Claree Fairy is on hand to help children create beautiful boho style cards, key rings, bookmarks and hanging wooden hearts. Fab – that’s dad’s Valentines sorted!
Book a 45 minute slot at 9am, 10am or 11am.
Park Run, Holkham Hall, Saturday 9th February
Need a little inspiration to keep your fitness resolutions going? This might just be the ultimate ‘park run’ – set in the beautiful grounds of the Holkham Hall – there’s plenty to distract you plus burn enough calories and treat yourself to cake in the gorgeous cafe! That’s how it works right?
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair, St Andrews Hall, Norwich, Sun 10th February
February sale special – stalls of vintage fashion, accessories and collectables bursting with bargains. Plus afternoon tea courtesy of ‘Tea Party’ and Hairaid Shelter is ready to do some perfect pins, victory rolls and sky scraping beehives!
Entry £2.50 on the door
Breakfast at Tiffanys, Cinema City, Norwich, Sun 10th February
All time classic and perfect Sunday afternoon viewing. Set in an idealised early-1960s New York, Audrey Hepburn stars as Manhattan good-time girl Holly Golightly, who spends her time at exclusive parties and on high-class dates – the ultimate Muddy icon!