They have been regular performers on the Norwich Playhouse stage for nearly two decades and think of the venue as a second home, so it is quite fitting that Norfolk comedy geniuses The Nimmo Twins are the first act to entertain audiences in the newly revamped theatre.
Written and directed by David Lowery, the film is an oddity, a haunting drama of love after death that drapes Oscar winner Casey Affleck in a flowing white sheet as the titular spectre for the majority of the running time.
John Leitch’s action-packed spy caper, based on the graphic novel The Coldest City by Antony Johnston and Sam Hart is so knowingly 1980s in that it is all style and no substance and the style becomes numbing.
Set before Steven Patrick Morrissey became the iconic lead singer of The Smiths, Mark Gill’s slow-burning biographical drama charts his formative years as he wrestles with his demons in the bedroom of his parents’ home in 1976 Manchester.
Fans of the world’s biggest girl band Little Mix don’t have long to wait as Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock will be performing in Norwich next month as part of their Summer Shout Out tour.