Norfolk and Norwich Festival highlights: 12 May
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Here are today's events for the Norfolk & Norwich Festival.
-St George's Theatre, Great Yarmouth: Long Live The Little Knife. Dynamic, uplifting, absurd and boisterous caper, from David Leddy, 7.30pm, £12.
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-Norwich Cathedral: Choral Pilgrimage 2014: The Voice of the Turtle Dove. The Sixteen and Harry Christophers revisit the golden age of Renaissance polyphony with a programme of music by English composers John Sheppard, Richard Davy and William Mundy, 7.30pm, £12-£25.
- 1 Two Norfolk villages named among most beautiful to visit in England
- 2 Man put hidden camera in bedroom to spy on wife
- 3 Roads flooded on east coast after heavy rain
- 4 Driver taken to hospital after four-car crash on key road into Norwich
- 5 Man in critical condition after being stabbed in Thetford
- 6 Cat food brands recalled over link to fatal disease
- 7 Linnets turn down £100,000 bid for midfielder
- 8 Machinery sale marks end of family's 100-year farming history
- 9 Robbers knock out boy, 14, and steal trainers from his feet
- 10 'I can't carry it' - Shock as plant starts growing eight inches a day
-Norwich Playhouse: Pioneer. The story of the first mission to Mars, a tale about man's desire to reach to another planet, 7.30pm, £10.
-Norwich Arts Centre: Live Art Club presets The Way You Tell Them. Rachel Mars interrogates her desire and compulsion to be funny, 10.30pm, £7.
-Norwich Arts Centre: Live Art Club presents Other/Other/Other Takeover. A group of people explore as many mysterious spaces in the centre as they can, 11.30pm.
-Upper Cathedral Close, Norwich: Stephen Brandes - The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch. Billboard trail reporting time travel. All day.
The Undercroft, Norwich Market: Tipping Point. Kathy Hinde's kinetic sound sculpture, noon-6pm, free. To May 18.