Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend
PUBLISHED: 10:22 01 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:22 01 February 2013
Looking for ways to keep you out of the cold this weekend? Here are just some of the great events going on in our county.
If you fancy a trip to the cinema then Flight (15) staring Denzel Washington is the film to watch. Flight is a provocative drama following Captain Whip (Washington) as he attempts to dodge the repercussions of his reckless actions. A routine flight becomes a nightmare when the aeroplane suddenly loses altitudes, hurtling towards the ground. Whip is forced to perform a daredevil manoeuvre to halt the descent before crash landing. A investigation is then launched by the safety board, threatening to expose Whip’s problems. The film deals with a mix of exciting action scenes, and emotional moments, keeping you gripped for the entire film.
For a comedic look on life, comedian Lucy Porter returns to the Norwich Playhouse on Saturday at 8pm. Her latest show takes a funny look at some big subjects including happiness, shopping, friendship, and of course the psychological impact of daytime TVs Dom Littlewood. Tickets cost £14 from the Playhouse box office based at the Theatre Royal, or online: www.norwichplayhouse.co.uk
Fans of classical music will love The Academy of Ancient Music performance of Bach’s four Orchestral suites at The Apex venue in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday at 7:30pm. After this they will be spending the week in the area recording suites for their up coming CD. Tickets cost £21, for more information visit: http://theapex.co.uk
Be inspired to keep fit with the Norfolk Cycle Show, which is running at the The Forum, Norwich on Sunday from 10am till 3pm. This is a chance for beginners, families and cycling enthusiasts of all levels to get involved with all types of cycling related activities through out the day. Plus there is a chance to join in with a Q&A with Legend Sean Yetes. For more information visit: www.thenorfolkcycleshow.co.uk