Fierce new moves from fierce new dancers – the world’s most exhilarating early career dancers bring their latest creations to Norwich.
Can you ever get away with the perfect crime? A brand-new production of the blueprint for the modern thriller, Dial M for Murder is back.
Tilted East will engage, ask questions and break rules with exciting work by performers, poets, musicians and writers. Playful, provocative and political.
A 2 hour walking tour with Norwich tour guide, Paul Dickson, celebrating CJ Sansom’s best-selling novel Tombland set in Norwich during Kett’s Rebllion.
Inspired by a true story, Made in Dagenham is a new British musical which has never before been performed at Norwich Theatre Royal.
Our city celebrates culture in all forms. From festivals dating back 100s of years to the latest large sportive. In Norwich people spend more money on culture per head of population than anywhere else in the UK.
As they are interrogated by an expert, five friends of Peter King wonder why he chose to end his own life, and how they can…
A new international performance event mixing memoir, image, poetry, music and live and spontaneous testimony from participants speaking truth to power.
Time Machine Disco is a participatory performance where audiences release their inner rebel, become the performers and take over.
Celebrating their final year as Europeans, island-monkeys Becca and Louise got invited to the 2018 European Capital of Culture in Malta.
The RSPB has teamed up with the Friends of Waterloo Park, as part of their annual Big Garden Birdwatch.
Nicholas Daniel’s weekend of concerts contrasts a programme of music for piano and winds with one for oboe and strings.
On Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th January, the centre’s nine-hole mini golf course will be back for visitors to the centre to enjoy.
Enjoy a Scot’s evening in the Head Hotel. Your evening includes a 4 course Scottish meal with a dram of whisky and Scottish bagpipes to…
Join us to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Carcanet, one of the outstanding independent literary publishers of our time.
How to Name a Tree is a unique performance by renowned artist Richard Layzell about his many ecological discoveries over the past two years.
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