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This is puppetry as you’ve never seen it before (and usually strictly for adults).
One of the undisputed highlights of Norwich’s calendar, the Norfolk and Norwich Festival (NNF) draws crowds from around the country every year.
Presented by The Forum Trust, this is a festival that the entire family can enjoy: a celebration of Video Games.
Over Spring, studio doors will be flung open and the public are offered a rare opportunity to meet the people behind the process.
Over the course of the two festivals, hear lectures, interviews and readings from some of the sharpest and most influential minds in the literary world.
‘Norwich City of Ale’ runs for 10 days, and sees over 40 pubs take part in the city-wide festival.
This is one of the most colourful weekends in the city calendar. For three days carnival spirit sweeps the streets with free music, performance, entertainment and a parade to feast your eyes on.
A dream every mid-summer, in July the Lord Chamberlain’s Men bring a classic Shakespeare performance to the atmospheric amphitheatre of Norwich Cathedral Cloisters.
Over 2 weekends, historic buildings normally closed to the public open their doors, revealing hidden histories and new experiences for visitors.
Noirwich Crime Writing Festival is an annual 4-day event celebrating all things literary crime.
Sundown is an annual family friendly music festival attracting such names as Shawn Mendes, Zara Larsson and Anne-Marie. The venue is just outside Norwich at The Norfolk Showground. You can camp and glamp or buy day and weekend tickets and everyone is welcome from the age of 5 years. Also on site: bar’s, eateries, pamper lounge, VIP area and an accessible campsite.
During the week enjoy over 200 beers and ciders, mostly from local brewers and producers.