Four things happening in Norwich on Friday night

Sleeping Beauty. Photo: Johan Persson

Sleeping Beauty. Photo: Johan Persson - Credit: Archant

•UEA Symphony Orchestra & Drama – Transformations

This 70-strong orchestra will be accompanied by award-winning pianist Warren Mailley-Smith and UEA Drama. They will perform Felix Mendelsohn's magical Overture and Incidental music for A Midsummer Night's Dream, as well Sergei Rachmaninov's beautiful Paganini Rhapsody and Gustav Mahler's dramatic Totenfeier.

Tickets: £12-£8 (West Gallery), £8-£4 (Stalls), £4 (Side Aisles)

6.45pm until 10pm (last entry 7.30pm). Minimum age 18.

Purchase tickets online: https://www.uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events/tickets

In person or by phone:

Prelude Records (01603 628319)

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St. George's Music Shop (01603 626414)

•Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty, Theatre Royal, 7.30pm

Matthew Bourne's production of Sleeping Beauty has already won the hearts of thousands and smashed box office records across the UK and the USA since its premiere. The company have revived this new classic in their repertoire to give audiences one more chance to see the final piece in the trio of Tchaikovsky masterpieces.

Tickets: £8.00 - £39.00 + fee

•Peter Hook And The Light, The Waterfront, Doors 6.30pm

Tickets: £22.50. Phone: 01603 632717

•Moxy Garbanzo, Fat Cat Brewery, 8pm

Eastern Folk with a mix of Balkan and European Swing.

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