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Norfolk and Norwich Festival highlights: 13 May

PUBLISHED: 07:30 13 May 2014

NNF 2014: Pioneer by Curious Directive

NNF 2014: Pioneer by Curious Directive

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Here are today’s events for the Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

Performance

-King’s Lynn Corn Exchange: Breakin’ Convention. Hip-hop theatre pioneer Jonzi D presents Ill-Abilities, Ukweli Roach and Wanted Posse, 7.30pm, £13, under 18 £10 advance.

Bus from Norwich £6 departing 5.30pm – call box office for details.

-Norwich Playhouse: Pioneer. The story of the first mission to Mars, a life-affirming tale about man’s desire to reach to another planet, 7.30pm.

-Octagon Unitarian Chapel, Colegate, Norwich: Doric String Quartet. One of the most dynamic of a new generation of chamber music ensembles bring a fresh approach to these pieces of drama and emotion. Music by Haydn, Janacek and Schubert 7.30pm, £12-£15.

-Wymondham & District Ex-Service’s Social Club: Long Live The Little Knife. Dynamic, uplifting, absurd and boisterous caper, from theatrical maverick David Leddy, 7.30pm, £12.

-Norwich Arts Centre: Live Art Club presets Sylvia Rimat – If You Decide to Stay. A playful and quirky investigation into decision-making in the brain, 10.30pm, £7.

Exhibitions

-The Gallery at NUA, St George’s Street, Norwich: Within. Film work by Tim Davies using the human body to explore aspects of architecture, noon-5pm, free. To May 24.

-Upper Cathedral Close, Norwich: Stephen Brandes – The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch. Billboard trail reporting time travel. All day, free. To May 25.

-The Undercroft, below the war memorial, Norwich Market: Tipping Point. Kathy Hinde’s kinetic sound sculpture, noon-6pm, free. To May 18.

For tickets and further information about the events call 01603 766400 or visit www.nnfestival.org.uk

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