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Scolt Head Suppers with The White Horse, Scolt The Head Island – Tues 20 Feb:

A special dining experience inspired – and named after – the panoramic views across the tidal marsh, as seen from the conservatory restaurant at The White Horse to Scolt Head Island beyond. The five-course supper encapsulates the best of local produce in a friendly and informal dining situation.

Great Winter Beer Festival Winter, St Andrew’s Halls, Norwich – Tues 20 – Fri 23 Feb:

Sponsored by CAMRA, this annual event is going from strength-to-strength. World beers have been selected from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, UK and the USA and will be showcased in the marquee, accessed via the Cloisters of St Andrew’s Hall.

Ruth Rendell’s Gallowglass, Theatre Royal, Norwich – Tues 20 – Sat 24 Feb:

A world stage premiere from the pen of one of the world’s greatest thriller writers. When Sandor snatched Little Joe from the path of a London tube train, he was quick to make clear the terms of the rescue. “I saved your life”, he told the homeless youngster, “so your life belongs to me now”. A stunning thriller.

Jade Cuttle, NWT Cley Marshes, Cley-next-the-Sea – Thurs 22 Feb:

BBC Introducing singer-songwriter Jade Cuttle will perform a selection of her poetic folk songs, drawing inspiration from the wisdom and resilience of nature. Enjoy supper in the education centre before the performance.

ld Salsa Dance Class, United Reform Church, Norwich – Thurs 22 Feb:

Learn the basic steps of this sexy Latin American dance, with a free lesson for beginners and improvers, followed by an evening of music to practice what you have learnt. The teacher is an ex-London club salsa teacher and performer who is sure to get you loving the dance. Starts at 7pm.
Tel: 07788 457595

Pie & Pint Night, Back to the Garden, Holt – Fri 23 Feb:

Choose your filling (from wild mushroom with spinach and Binham Blue; Mediterranean vegetable and tomato; turkey and bacon; braised venison; lamb and mint; or, the classic, beef and ale); your side (creamy mashed potato and greens or triple cooked chips and peas); and your drink (a bottle of beer or a 175ml glass of wine),, and tuck in. Meals cost £11.95 (£8.95 for children).

Farmer’s Market, Sandringham Visitor’s Centre Restaurant, Sandringham – Sun 25 Feb:

It is all about supporting local in the food world these days. Come and buy locally- grown and sourced produce including meat, fish, shellfish, fruit and vegetables, as well as homemade cake. The market runs from 10am until 3pm and is free to enter.


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