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    MON 18 - SUN 24 FEB: Over 25 half term activities to keep the muddlings busy from wish bonfires at Bewilderwood to Night Walks at Felbrigg Hall. Then decompress in the evenings with Lee Nelson at the Playhouse and Russell Kane at the Kings Lynn Corn Exchange. Plus a beer festival, gin night and Soul Nation at the Open with Trevor Nelson.

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    MON 11 - SUN 17 FEB: The Freelance Mum at Bills helping us streamline our lives and singer, songwriter & author Tracey Thorn is chatting about her new memoir at the UEA. A couple of Valentine's suggestions - The Globe, Wells and The White Horse in Brancaster - tres romantic! Plus don't miss Nish Kumar at the Kings Lynn Corn Exchange.

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    MON 4 - SUN 10 FEB: Stephen Amos returns to the Norwich Playhouse and an all star cast heads up the Calendar Girls at the Norwich Theatre Royal. Confessions of a Cockney Temple dancer - intrigued Norwich Arts Centre! Plus Papaya Verte Pop-Up Vietnamese Kitchen is at The Sir Garnet and we might just have sorted Valentine's for you!

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    MON 28 JAN - SUN 3 FEB 2018: Hoorah for pay day! How about a bit of high culture to finish the month - Romeo & Juliet at the Theatre Royal or Rambert 2 at the Norwich Playhouse. Then boogie into February with Wham at The Open before taking a nostalgic trip through the musical decades at the Kings Lynn Corn Exchange. Plus lots more!

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    MON 21 - SUN 27 JAN 2018: Guys & Dolls at the Theatre Royal Norwich, Vegan Super Club at St Andrews Brewhouse plus a comedy-drag-boxing-musical-extravanganza at the Playhouse! Desperately need your baby to sleep? Best selling author, Sarah Ockwell-Smith is at the Open sharing her magic and finally all things vintage and antique at both The Forum and St Andrews Hall this weekend.

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    MON 14 - SUN 20 JAN 2018: The Russian State Ballet comes to the Theatre Royal and comedy at the Playhouse with Jason Manford. Great food offers up at the coast plus calling all Bowie lovers - The Prettiest Starman celebrates the legend at the Norwich Arts Centre.

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    MON 7 - SUN 13 JAN: We have a smorgasbord of activities for you this week! Some great eating out offers up at the coast, Pop Up vintage with the Fabulous Miss K, 70's night at the Talk, the first Wedding festival of the year and how about popping to Blickling for tea with a tiger?

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    MON 31 DEC - SUN 6 JAN 2019: It certainly isn't a quiet start to the month and we've found plenty of free stuff just in case you're feeling the Christmas pinch. Don't miss the Oral Keily exhibition at NUA East Gallery, Creake Abbey Farmers Market, film and music at Frank's Bar and Open Mic at the Birdcage!

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    MON 17 - SUN 22 DEC: Fa la la - lots of lovely carol singing this week - The Fat Cat Brewery, How Hill, White Horse in Brancaster and the Snowflake Extravaganza at St Johns Catholic Cathedral. Plus if you need a little more Christmas sparkle, check out the FABULOUS Squirrel Sisters. And my personal favourite - The Open is hosting a drop and shop afternoon. Drop the kids for an afternoon of games whilst you do a bit of last minute shopping!

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    MON 10 - SUN 16 DEC: Girl power in full force at the Norwich Arts Centre, party time at The Open and the Bo Nanafana Social Club offer us an alternative Christmas with Bad Santa and Mental Elf!! Plus panto is in full swing across the country, my favourite food market at Holkham Hall and swing into Christmas at the Forum with the Jonathan Wyatt Big Band.

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