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This Week

MON 24 -SUN 30 SEPT

Jazz Night, Byfords, Holt, Wednesday 26th September  

saxophone

Tom Harris and his jazz band play on the last Wednesday of every month at Byfords from 7.30pm.

Free but booking a table is essential as this fills up very quickly!

 

Edith In The Dark, The Garage, Thursday 27th September  

Edith in the dark red background with pencil sketches of boys and girls

Visit The Garage to delve into the darker reaches of the mind of celebrated children’s author, Edith Nesbit, and discover that all is not what it seems in the life of the imagination behind The Railway Children and Five Children And It.

Book tickets for £12 (concessions £10)

 

Volta! Live Poetry & Open Mic, The Birdcage, Norwich, Thursday 27th September

The ever-popular Volta! nights promise an eclectic and varied line-up of live literature and open mic performance. Expect the unexpected, always.

Tickets are £2 and can be purchased on the door

 

Rambert: Life Is A Dream, Norwich Theatre Royal, Thursday 27th – Friday 28th September  

Ethereal, lyrical, dreamlike dancing from the Rambert ensemble to the tune of a live orchestra. If you have one cultural experience for September, make it a visit to Life Is A Dream.

Book tickets £10-£26

 

Fashion Re:Boot, The Narthex @ Norwich RCC Cathedral, Friday 28th September

The fabulous Fashion Re:Boot is returning to The Narthex! Come and browse through stalls of vintage, designer and high-street wares with a clear conscience and a gin in your hand (Adnams are giving away a free Copper House gin to the first 100 shoppers!) What’s not to love?

Book tickets £5 for the first wave of shoppers and £3.50 for the later wave – what a bargain!

 

African & Caribbean Market, The Forum Norwich, Friday 28th & Saturday 29th September 

colourful cover pots

To celebrate Norfolk Black History Month, The Forum will be hosting an African & Caribbean Market which will showcase the best in crafts, food, homewares, art, fashion and more, including performances from Afroluso and Dumisani African drummers. The Market will raise money for Doctors Without Borders, so your purchases will support a good cause too.

Free 

 

The Wedding, Prom & Party Show, Caistor Hall, Sunday 30th September  

white wedding dresses one a rail

Every girl loves a party, and this is the fair that caters for every type of occasion! Caistor Hall’s wedding show will be packed to the rafters with everything you could need to make your day go with a swing. The first 200 brides through the doors will receive a free gift bag too, so hotfoot it down there early!

Free 

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