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Five things to do in Norwich tonight

15:30 15 January 2016

Mark Watson is at the Norwich Playhouse tonight with the preview of his new show.

Mark Watson is at the Norwich Playhouse tonight with the preview of his new show.

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Here is a quick guide to events taking place in Norwich tonight.

•Mark Watson: New Tour Preview

Event info: Mark Watson returns to Norwich to serve up a preview of his brand new show. The award winning comic will bring his normal mix of jokes, observations and awkward flailing around.

Venue: Norwich Playhouse

Doors open: 7:30pm

Tickets: £15

•Blind Tiger

Event info: The alternative rock band burst onto the scene in 2009 and have been touring around the UK ever since. Fans can hope to hear their most famous hit ‘Fearless

Venue: The Brickmakers.

Doors Open: 8pm

Tickets: Free entry

•Snow White

Event info: There is not long left to see this classic pantomime starring former Brookside actress Jennifer Ellison as the Wicked Queen.

Venue: Norwich Theatre Royal

Doors Open: 7:30pm

Tickets: £7-£21.50

•Stone Pony

Event info: The blues and rock band from West Norfolk bring their mix of rock, soul and pop to Norwich for people to dance the night away to.

Venue: Fat Cat Brewery Tap

Doors Open: 8pm

Tickets: Free entry

•Cinema

The Revenant

Odeon: 19:30, 20:30

Vue: 17:45, 20:10, 21:00, 22:50

Hollywood: 19:45

Cinema City: 17:45, 20:40

The Hateful Eight

Odeon: 19:00

Vue: 20:00, 21:10

Hollywood: 19:45

Creed

Odeon: 18:10, 20:15, 21:15

Vue: 20:40

Hollywood: 17:35, 20:20

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