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Friday, February 1, 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
As the gates to the Royal Hospital Gardens at Chelsea opened to the world’s media yesterday, with a frenzy of activity as photographers and camera crews vied for the best vantage points, there was also a very palpable sense of relief among the hundreds of nurserymen and women who have come to exhibit their prize horticultural specimens that their stands were complete and looking their very best.