10 events to look forward to at Norwich Arts Centre
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There is lots to look forward to at Norwich Arts Centre in the next two months. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at some highlights.
Outside the Mythos: An exhibition of new and retrospective art by Norwich-based artist, sculptor and inventor Nick Warburton.
September 6-27, free entry
All The Things I Lied About: Fringe First winner Katie Bonna presents a comic exploration of past mistakes and future disasters.
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September 20 8pm, £8
- 1 Famous Norwich firm locked in legal battle with Red Bull
- 2 'I couldn't believe my eyes' - snorkeller finds 125-year-old shipwreck
- 3 End of an era as cafe owner hangs up apron after 26 years
- 4 Huge village home with indoor swimming pool for sale for £1.2m
- 5 Location revealed for new major music festival with '90s flavour'
- 6 Former teacher who abused young boys handed 25-year sentence
- 7 Huge Christmas market returning to Norfolk Showground for 2021
- 8 Do you recognise this man?
- 9 Norfolk beach ranked among world's top tourist attractions
- 10 Britain's poshest train returning to Norwich for Christmas lunch
The Rails: The country and folk duo's return with a new album showcasing their trademark harmonies.
September 19 8pm, £12 adv, £14 door
Anthony Horowitz: The novelist, whose latest book is The Word Is Murder, is taking part in the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival.
September 16 2pm, £5
Rob Newman: Comedian Rob Newman presents new show A History Of Western Philosophy (Work in Progress).
September 12 7.30pm, £15
Frogman: Norwich-based Curious Directive present their latest show direct from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
MEDEA: Written in Rage: A collage of performance and opera takes you from Ancient Greece to modern Europe.
October 18 8pm, Pay What You Can
Youngblood Brass Band: The 10-member American ensemble mixes brass band with punked-out hip-hop.
October 9 8pm, £14 adv, £16 door
YolanDa Brown: The twice MOBO award-winning musician presents her seamless blend of jazz, soul and reggae.
October 2 8pm, £14
Norwich Sound and Vision: Diet Cig, Goat Girl, The Big Moon and Peace are among the acts taking part in the music and media festival.
October 12-14, various prices
For more on Norwich Arts Centre events, visit www.norwichartscentre.co.uk or call the box office on 01603 660352.
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