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Theatre

Yesterday, 10:14

The region welcomes a diverse range of dance theatre, from classical ballet to contemporary dance via early classics from Matthew Bourne and an Indian retelling of Cinderella.

Indian dance, past and present is combined in a new work by BBC Young Dancer judge Shobana Jeyasingh being staged by DanceEast.

A challenging play bringing to life conditions in a Northern town in the 1980s was the latest production from an award winning student drama group.

Film & Cinema

Mark Wahlberg stars as the bad penny cop turned good with an expletive on hand for every occasion in film about Boston Marathon bombing.

The plot is cobbled together and there’s an excess of eels in this style-over-substance (but not particularly stylish) thriller from Gore Verbinski.

With the news the release of the film Tulip Fever is being delayed yet again, arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 other major films that audiences have had to wait to see.

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Comedy

The prankster will be finding laughs in the serious business of mocking everyone from the X-Factor to Trump, while Mark Thomas goes back to his comedy roots.

Richard Gadd’s award-winning genre-busting performance Monkey See Monkey Do sees him explore what it means to be a man via treadmills and gorilla costumes.

The Radio 4 regular tackles why nothing is every straightforward, Walsh looks at the absurdity in everything, and there is a Hate N’ Live comedy-face-off.

Art & Exhibitions

Wed, 18:30

From a giant moon casting its glow upon lunar-inspired performances to a double decker bus taking people on a theatrical journey around the city, there are lots of colourful and quirky events to entertain audiences during this year’s Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

Music

Yesterday, 14:52

Chart-topping pop-rockers Wheatus are coming to Norwich for a gig at The Waterfront later this year.

The Norfolk rockers hit the UEA, while the sweet-voiced folk singer visits Norwich Arts Centre, together with gigs by KRS-One, Broadside Ballads, Lucy Spraggan and more.

From a giant moon casting its glow upon lunar-inspired performances to a double decker bus taking people on a theatrical journey around the city, there are lots of colourful and quirky events to entertain audiences during this year’s Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

Days Out

Yesterday, 12:40

Lambs – cute, cuddly and at a farm near you. As farmers have their hands full dealing with spring newborns, you can see this marvel up close too.