7 things to do in East Anglia over the next 7 days
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Here's a quick look at some of the exciting events taking place across the region over the next 7 days:
SHOW: Round The Horne
Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, November 10-11, 7.30pm, £21.50-£8.50, 01284 769505
Show marking the 50th anniversary of show that offers a chance to step back in time to the BBC's Paris Studios and experience this comedy classic live, original scripts by Barry Took and Marty Feldman.
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SHOW: Blues Brothers Experience
- 1 Driver who died in A47 crash had medical episode
- 2 Plans to open McDonald's on outskirts of town in 2022
- 3 Chance to have your say over 4,000-home development
- 4 First look as Norwich's new £2.75m recycling centre opens
- 5 Birds of prey found shot and poisoned during raid in Norfolk
- 6 Reader letter: How Roy Hodgson can save Norwich City
- 7 Teen opens American sweet shop in town
- 8 Woman in 70s knocked over by cyclist at bus station
- 9 'Ugly' Norfolk pub fight was sparked by act of revenge, court hears
- 10 Norwich man found guilty of 33-year-old's murder
St George's Theatre, Great Yarmouth, November 11, 7.30pm, £18, 01493 331484, www.stgeorgestheatre.com
Two guys in suit and shades front a 12-piece, high-energy, high-octane show band, complete with brass section, on a mission from God to perform a cavalcade of the hits featured from the cult movie.
MUSIC: Cawston Band
Burston Church, November 12, 7.30pm, £7 (£5 cons) adv/ £8/£6 door), 01379 642372/741033
East Anglian champion brass band give a Remembrance concert. Music for the season, sing-alongs and a performance of A New Buckenham Suite by Andrew Jackman, for his 70th birthday. For Help for Heroes.
EVENT: Festive Gift and Food Show
Norfolk Showground, November 12-13, 10-5pm (4pm Sun), £4.50 (£4 cons), £1 children, 01702 549623, www.aztecevents.co.uk
Christmas is already on the horizon and this two-day event offers the chance to buy unique Christmas gifts, dramatic decorations, delicious food treats and trendy tipples you won't find on the High Street.
MUSIC: Chango Spasiuk
The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, November 14, 7.30pm, £12.50, £5 under-25s, 01284 758000, www.theapex.co.uk
Accordion magic and deep swing from Argentinean musician considered the new hero of chamamé. Winner of a BBC World Music Award makes his long awaited UK return.
JAZZ: The Nigel Price Trio
Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich, November 15, 7.30pm, £12, £6 under-25s, 01603 620917, www.maddermarket.co.uk
Nigel's first-class trio masterfully delivers irresistible blues, soul and bop-grooves. He'll be joined by drummer Clark Tracey and by top Dutch organist Carlo De Wijs (complete with a full-blown Hammond B3).
SHOW: Cheryl, Mike & Jay
The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, November 16, 7.30pm, £23, 01284 758000, theapex.co.uk
Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan, Jay Aston, formerly of Bucks Fizz, with Bobby McVay, celebrate 35 years since winning the Eurovision and 30th anniversary if London Palladium show. And yes, they still rip their skirts off!