Five things happening in Norwich tonight

Five things to do in Norwich tonight. Simon Evans, Misty Miller and Martin Shaw. (L-R)

Five things to do in Norwich tonight. Simon Evans, Misty Miller and Martin Shaw. (L-R) - Credit: Archant

Here's a quick guide to some of the events taking place in Norwich tonight.

• Simon Evans: In the money

Event info: Radio 4 regular and writer Simon Evans will take to the stage at Norwich Playhouse this evening for a stand-up show about the economy, focusing on our situation here and abroad.

Venue: Norwich Playhouse

Doors Open: 8pm

Tickets: £14, call box office for availability

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• Misty Miller and support

Event info: Following the release of her debut pop-punk album, 'The Whole Family is Worried', 21-year-old Misty Miller will be performing in Norwich tonight.

Venue: Norwich Arts Centre

Doors open: 8pm

Tickets: £5 advance, £6 on the door

• Hobson's Choice

Event Info: Directed by Jonathan Church and staring Martin Shaw, Hobson's choice follows Henry Horatio Hobson, a shopkeeper, tyrant and heavy drinker. After his eldest daughter defies his wishes a battle of wills begins which could lead Henry to lose his children, his business and his pride.

Venue: Norwich Theatre Royal

Doors open: 7.30pm

Tickets £8 - £28.50

• The Cut

Event info: Outline Magazine, BBC Introducing Norfolk and OPEN invite you to a series of special live music events featuring the best local talent. Tonight Franko Fraize, Claws and Maya Law take to the stage.

Venue: OPEN

Doors Open: 7.30pm

Tickets: £3 in advance

• Cinema

The Jungle Book

Odeon: 18:20, 19:40 and 21:00

Vue: 18:10, 19:10, 21:20 and 22:15

Hollywood Cinema: 18:00 and 20:20

Eye in the Sky

Odeon: 18:30 and 21:00

Vue: 20:55

Cinema City: 18:10 and 20:30

Hollywood Cinema: 17: 40 and 20:00

Eddie the Eagle

Odeon: 18:00 and 20:40

Vue: 17:55 and 19:55

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