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The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film The Red Shoes has been adapted by choreographer and director Mathew Bourne. Picture: Johan Persson

The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film about a ballerina torn between the ambitions of two men, is his latest acclaimed ballet adaptation, using the music of Hollywood composer Bernard Herrmann.

Food and Drink

Duane Dibartolomeo, owner of the Grosvenor Fish Bar. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

He reinvigorated a long-running fish and chip business making it one of the go to places in the quirky Norwich Lanes area. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE spoke to Duane Dibartolomeo owner of Grosvenor Fish Bar who is up for a major tourism award.

Theatre

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The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film The Red Shoes has been adapted by choreographer and director Mathew Bourne. Picture: Johan Persson

The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film about a ballerina torn between the ambitions of two men, is his latest acclaimed ballet adaptation, using the music of Hollywood composer Bernard Herrmann.

Extremism which is being presented by the Norwich Theatre Royal Youth Company at the theatre’s Stage Two building from March 2-4. Picture: Submitted

Topical themes come into sharp focus in the classroom in a new play being performed in Norwich and the cast may even get the chance to take it to the National Theatre.

Film & Cinema

Homegrown East Anglian talent: L-R Cary Grant, Ed Sheeran and Myleene Klass.

The stars weren’t always stars, and our region has played its part in shaping the careers of some of the most famous performers in this country and internationally. Take a look at 10 of the stars who began their road to fame in East Anglia.

Noverre Cinema at the Assembly House, dated 1950. Photo: Archant Library.

It was a much loved Norwich cinema in days gone by, where many will have watched their first film or gone on their first date.

Who will be taking home the Oscar statues in 2017? Picture: Ian West/PA Wire

Has La La Land got it in the bag or will a lesser fancied film scoop it to the big prize of the best picture Oscar at the 89th Academy Awards?

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Comedy

Richard Gadd is bringing his Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning show Monkey See Monkey Do to Norwich Arts Centre. Picture: Submitted

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.

Jo Caulfield who is heading to Norwich Arts Centre. Picture: Alexander David Photography

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.

Russell Brand is bringing his Re:Birth tour to Norwich Theatre Royal in June. Photo supplied by Norwich Theatre Royal

The controversial comic, known for tackling taboos and poking fun at politicians will be heading back to Norwich Theatre Royal this summer.

Art & Exhibitions

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The work of Turner Prize-winning British sculptor Richard Long is set to feature in a new exhibition called Land and Sky: Richard Long, at Houghton Hall. Here are 10 things you might not have known about the world-renowned artist.

Music

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Jordan Pundik of New Found Glory on the Main Stage, on day one of the Reading Festival 2013. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The Floridian quartet have announced that their 20 Years of Pop Punk tour is expanding to include a show at The Nick Rayns LCR due to high demand.

Shed Seven in 2011. Picture Archant.

Britpop band Shed Seven have announced plans for their first studio album in 16 years alongside their biggest ever UK tour which is stopping in Norwich.

Giselle at the Marina Thearre in lowestoft. PHOTO: Courtesy of Marina Theatre

A tragically romantic tale of a young girl who falls deeply in love, is set to be performed at the Marina Theatre.

Days Out

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Snowdrops at Thorpe Market Church. Picture: Paul Damen

The afternoon of Sunday, February 26 will be the last chance in 2017 to visit the snowdrops and aconites and enjoy home-made cakes at St Margaret’s Church in Thorpe Market, near North Walsham.