What’s on this Week
Seafood Night, The White Horse, Brancaster Staithe – Mon 20 Nov:
This annual event is always mouth-wateringly good fun. Five fabulous courses, including Brancaster oysters and wine pairings; can you think of a better way to spend a Monday evening? Local fishermen Ben and Cyril will also be there to share their stories.
The Tiger Who Came for Tea, Norwich Playhouse, Norwich – Mon 20 Nov (until 8 Dec):
Who doesn’t love this book? See this all-time favourite come to life on stage, adapted into a musical filled with sing-a-long songs, magic and chaos. It had a hugely successful run on the West End and is bound to be just as good in Norwich.
Norwich Maker’s Market, St Thomas’ Church, Norwich – Sat 25 Nov:
This popular event showcasing the best of local crafting talent returns for its pre-Christmas shindig – expect gift ideas aplenty. Browse stalls selling homemade cards, jewellery, lampshades and chutneys before heading to The Beloved Bakery for tea and cake.
Sharrington Christmas Fayre, Sharrington Village Hall, Sharrington – Sat 25 Nov:
There’ll be a variety of stalls including vintage bric a brac, leather work, cakes and preserves – why not get your Christmas shopping done early this year?
Stone Pony Trio, The Rampant Horse, Fakenham – Sat 25 Nov:
Don’t miss the chance to see this fabulous West Norfolk band this weekend. They play all different genres from jazz to classical and rock to pop, so even the fussiest member of your family is bound to like something. Frontman Andy has been gigging since 1985.
Moonlight Karaoke, Cromer Social Club, Cromer – Sun 26 Nov:
Whether you’re belting out a tune yourself or laughing hysterically at someone else doing the same (good, bad or ugly), there’s always a lot of fun to be had at an evening of karaoke. There’s a DJ and disco afterwards.
Laura White with the Simon Brown Trio, Sheringham Little Theatre, Sherringham – Sun 26 Nov:
Jazz up your Sunday with some incredible, erm, jazz. Laura White’s live sets are legendary, with incredible vocals accompanied by the Simon Brown Trio.