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You can see Alan Partridge in Norwich tonight. Photo by PA.

Here’s a quick guide to events taking place in Norwich tonight.

Sheringham Little Theatre Phantom youth production - Katie Thompson as Christine Daae

Young performers are set to stage the Phantom of the Opera musical at Sheringham Little Theatre.

Actors from the Sheringham Little Theatre summer rep version of Private Lives. Picture: ANDI SAPEY

Noel Coward’s play was originally written as a vehicle for himself and actress Gertrude Lawrence (there are five characters, but it’s really a duologue). It opened in 1930s London to mixed reviews. “Thin,”, “brittle, and tenuous” said the cognoscente.

Michala Jane School of Dance will perform Alice in Wonderland at Norwich Theatre Royal in October.

A classic children’s story is being given a historical twist in a new production by a Norfolk dance school.

What I Learned From Johnny Bevan. Photo: Guiseppe Cerone.

Norfolk poet Luke Wright is celebrating winning two awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Dirty Dancing's Jessie Hart and Lewis Kirk - who play Baby and Johnny in the stage show in Jarrold’s new-look fashion floor where they demonstrated their dance skills to a crowd of shoppers. Photo : Steve Adams

Stars of the musical Dirty Dancing have been showing off their moves at a Norwich department store.

Actors from the Sheringham Little Theatre summer rep version of Private Lives. Picture: ANDI SAPEY

Drama lovers will enjoy high comedy and lively acting as the final production of this year’s Sheringham Little Theatre summer rep takes to the stage next week.

Tia Mars. She will be performing at this year's Out There Festival. Picture: Hannah Springhall

When a circus adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet plays out in Great Yarmouth next month it will be a particularly special moment for one of its cast.

The cast of Grease perform outside after being evacuated from the Playhouse theatre. Photo by Emily Claxton.

A fire alarm couldn’t stop a performance of Grease in Norwich last night.

GoGoDragons! Duelling Dragons unveiled at Riverside, Norwich.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

From inspiring artists and teachers to vibrant venues putting on a fabulous variety of entertainment – a great array of stars of the Norfolk arts scene have been nominated for our EDP People’s Choice Awards.

Mixed Voice is performing Grease at Norwich Playhouse. Photo: Andrew Butler.

Grease is the word in Norwich next week as Mixed Voice theatre company presents the all-American musical.

The cast at the dress rehearsal of Murder on the Nile at the Maddermarket Theatre. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A classic Agatha Christie whodunnit is set to take to the stage at Norwich’s Maddermarket Theatre this week.

The Garage's new executive director Adam Taylor.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich performance venue The Garage has come a long way since 
it first opened 11 years ago, and 
the new man at the helm has spoken of his excitement at leading the centre on the next stage of its journey.

Judy Foster with costumes from previous performances that will be sold off during the open day at the Theatre Royal.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Theatre fans can enjoy a sale of costumes galore and a glimpse backstage at today’s Norwich Theatre Royal open day.

Dizzy O Dare, Body of Wires, performing at Out There. Picture: David Street

The Out There festival annually brings huge crowds, ground breaking performances and new talent to Great Yarmouth for a weekend of circus and street art delights.

Joseph Ballard outside the Atrium. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Aliens are planning to spend their summer holiday in north Norfolk – thanks to local youngsters.

Epico the dragon and Sir Aurelious Jones entertaining shoppers in Chapelfield Plain at intu Chapelfield. Seven year old Sebastian Towler getting involved.Photo : Steve Adams

Norwich’s GoGoDragons! have been joined by a theatrical winged warrior who has flown into the city.

Some of the cast of The Wizard if Oz with chief executive Darren Grice, who is leaving after being at the Garage for more than ten years. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

After leading The Garage for more than a decade, Darren Grice is bidding farewell. He talks to arts correspondent Emma Knights about his ‘amazing journey’ with the venue.

Transe Express, performing at Out There

Gigantic skeleton puppets, masked drummers and a fairytale-themed outdoor spectacular combine to make up the headline shows at this year’s Out There festival.

Paul Lavers and Mary Lincoln who are acting in Bedroom Farce at Sheringham Little Theatre. Picture: SUBMIITTED

A sophisticated comedy focusing on four married couples, three bedrooms and one farcical night is being performed as part of a seaside rep season.

Norfolk Arts Award finalist: Marcus Patteson and Sistema in Norwich. Photo: Pete Huggins.

Leading lights in our county’s arts scene are set to be honoured when the Norfolk Arts Awards returns in September.

Norwich Theatre Royal Youth Company in rehearsal of the stage show Peter Pan Return To Neverland. Captain Hook, Joe Darbyshire, and the pirates. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The story about the boy who is forever young, never gets old.

Educating Rita at Sheringham Little Theatre's Summer Rep

Educating Rita kick-started the summer repertory drama season at Sheringham Little Theatre.

Holt Festival Art Prize - Bruer Tidman with his portait of partner Beth Narborough

Well-known Norfolk artist Bruer Tidman has won this year’s Holt Festival art prize.

Launch event of the Hostry Festival 2015 at Norwich Cathedral. Photo: Steve Adams.

Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry is once again set to be the stage for an autumn festival celebrating Norfolk and the arts.

Melissa Clements as Rita and Paul Lavers as Frank, in Sheringham Little Theatre's summer rep production of Educating Rita. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

A pair of actors who performed alongside each other in the classic stage comedy drama Educating Rita will be reunited in the same play for a popular summer rep season.

Twelfth Night being performed at Norwich Cathedral.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Said to be Shakespeare’s greatest comedy, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men did the great wordsmith proud with their performance of Twelfth Night at Norwich Cathedral.

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas was performed at Norwich Theatre Royal.
Pictured is Shmuel (Colby Mulgrew) and Bruno (Finlay Wright-Stephens). Photo: Shaun Webb.

Young critics from across Norfolk have been giving their verdicts on the show The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas.

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