Week Commencing 28th October 2019

Get It Booked

Tues 28th October- Trojan Horse- Norwich Playhouse

So this week we have a hard-line work entering Norwich for our Get It Booked section. Trojan Horse is based on true events when national newspapers accused Muslim communities including teachers and school governors of plotting extremism in Birmingham schools. Written by Helen Monks and Matt Woodhead they took accounts from those involved in the governments enquiry to put together a piece to educate as to what really happened.

In a time when it is becoming increasingly difficult to trust everything the media presents before us, it is important to keep an open mind and educate ourselves to make sure we know the true stories behind the headlines and that is something Lung Theatre (who present this production) are committed towards. This play was originally developed with Leeds Playhouse and Amnesty International Freedom of Expression.

So this isn’t as frothy as some of my other reccomendations but I truly believe it’s important to educate ourselves with this tale of community, racism and media power.

Tickets available at https://secure.theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk/norwichplayhouse/Online/default.asp?doWork::WScontent::loadArticle=Load&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::article_id=F5A0919E-CFE0-4DB9-8BA3-98D687FE1918&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=F3988F5F-C0CA-496F-B663-9F51CCE8C505

One to Watch

Sat 2nd November- GRL DEM: Dia de los Muertos 2

So after an educational political piece for recommendation one…. for the second recommendation is for a Saturday night out, and the Art Centre has you covered. With female J collective GRL DEM promising to bring the underground to the mainstream promising world music, disco, jungle and mashups as well as much more. Doors open at 8pm and the bars open till 2am so there is no excuse not to shake your booty.

Excitingly as well GRL DEM are joined by special guests My Bad Sister. If you’ve not come across them before they are identical twins Polly and Sophie. Think Lily Allen but actually cockney and actually able to rap. There lyrics are catchy as hell and they are known for their mirrored choreography. Check out their songs on Youtube and you will see why this is the hottest Saturday night in East Anglia this weekend.

Tickets available at https://norwichartscentre.co.uk/events/grl-dem-dia-de-los-muertos-2/

Worth a Mention

Sunday 3rd November- Flanders Symphony Orchestra- Norwich Theatre Royal

So after some world issues and a Saturday night out it’s time for something a little bit more classical. So for something a little bit different Norwich Theatre Royal have us covered. Making his debut to the Norwich stage we have international guitarist Milos. Milos is joined by the Flanders Symphony Orchestra to perform some popular guitar pieces and finishing with the great symphony Beethoven Symphony No. 7. Tickets selling fast so book it before it’s gone.

Tickets available at https://secure.theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk/Online/default.asp


Mon 28th October

Dance- Acosta Dance Evolution- Norwich Theatre Royal

Audience With- Simon Kindleysides- Maddermarket Norwich

Music- She Drew The Gun- Norwich Arts Centre

Music- JBXM- Waterfront Studio, Norwich

Tues 29th October

Dance- Acosta Dance Evolution- Norwich Theatre Royal

Theatre- Trojan Horse- Norwich Playhouse

Theatre- Getting the third degree- Maddermarket Norwich

Music- Songs of Sanctuary- Norwich Arts Centre

Dance- Swan Lake- Marina Theatre, Lowesoft

Talk- From Downton to Gatsby- Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft

Music- FEET- Waterfront Studio, Norwich

Music- The Creedance Clearwater Review- The Brick Makers

Wed 30th October

Music- Sixties Gold- Norwich Theatre Royal

Entertainment- Count Arthur Strong- Norwich Playhouse

Music- Maggie Bell& Dave Kelly- Maddermarket Norwich

Performance- Louise Orwin- Norwich Arts Centre

Theatre- Fabba Present Macbeth- Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft

Music- Neil Oliver- UEA, Norwich

Music- VISTAS- Waterfront Studio, Norwich SOLD OUT


Podcast- The Football Ramble- Norwich Theatre Royal

Entertainment- Count Arthur Strong- Norwich Playhouse

Music- TRextasy Acoustic- Maddermaket Norwich

Music- Martin Carthy & John Kirkpatrick- Norwich Arts Centre

Youth Theatre- Halloween Antics- St Georges Theatre Great Yarmouth

Theatre- Fabba Present Macbeth- Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft

Music- From The Jam- Open, Norwich

Party- Carnevil- Waterfront, Norwich

Fri 1st Nov

Theatre- Othello- Norwich Playhouse

Music- T Rextasy- Maddermarket Norwich

Music- Portico Quartet- Norwich Arts Centre

Music- Respect The Aretha Franklin Songbook- Marina Theatre, Lowestoft

Theatre- Fabba Present Macbeth- Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft

Party- Collapse the Sky- Open, Norwich

Party- Disco Wonderland- UEA, Norwich

Party- Propaganda- Waterfront, Norwich

Sat 2nd Nov

Comedy- Josh Widdicombe- Norwich Theatre Royal

Theatre- Othello- Norwich Playhouse

Music- Bowie Starman- Maddermarket, Norwich

Party- GRL DEM- Norwich Arts Centre

Music- U2:2- St Georges Theatre, Great Yarmouth

Music- Bootleg Boss- Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft

Party- Scott Mills Fireworks After Party- Open Norwich

Party- Nightmare on King Street- Waterfront, Norwich

Sun 3rd Nov

Music- Flanders Symphony Orchestra- Norwich Theatre Royal

Audience With- Dancing down the Wicket- Maddermarket Norwich

Poetry- TOAST Vanessa Kisuule- Norwich Arts Centre

Music- Keith James- Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft

Music- Henge- Waterfront Studio, Norwich

Music- Sleeping with Sirens- Waterfront Norwich

Music- Tom Walker- UEA, Norwich

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