Norfolk and Norwich Festival highlights: 10-11 May
Here are this weekend's events for the Norfolk & Norwich Festival
The weekend events
-The Forum, Norwich: The People's Tower. See a replica of St Peter Mancroft Church being built from cardboard bricks, Sat 10am-3pm, watch it topple at 6pm.
-The Garage, Norwich: Long Live The Little Knife. Dynamic, uplifting, absurd and boisterous caper, from theatrical maverick David Leddy, Sat 2.30pm and 7.30pm, £12.
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-Norwich Playhouse: Ray Davies, Sat 7pm, sold out.
- 1 Atlantis Tower up for sale after owner signs ‘outrageous’ loan deal
- 2 Drink driver arrested after crashing into two trees in Norwich
- 3 9 of Norfolk's most famous blue plaques
- 4 Jack-knifed lorry shuts A148 as police issue ice warning
- 5 Centre takes action after IT failure causes long queues for Covid jab
- 6 Covid rates continue to fall across Norfolk, especially in Norwich
- 7 Yellow weather warning for snow in place across region
- 8 Out on the beat - we join police Covid patrol on the seafront
- 9 Norfolk woman fined after travelling 200 miles to visit daughter
- 10 Map reveals the most serious crashes on the NDR since it fully opened
-St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich: The Westbrook Blake. Rare chance to see Westbrook's legendary jazz settings of William Blake's powerful poetry, originally commissioned in 1971 for the National Theatre, Sat 9pm, £9-£18.
-Norwich Arts Centre: Klanghaus Midnight Feast. Art-rockers The Neutrinos create a 360-degree multi-sensory encounter, Sat 10.30pm, £7.
-Octagon Chapel, Norwich: The Jorgensen Trio. Violin, cello, piano. Music by Schnittke and Ravel, 4pm, £6, £8.
-Jubilee Hall, Loddon: Long Live The Little Knife. Dynamic, uplifting, absurd and boisterous caper, Sun 7.30pm, £12.
-Open, Norwich: Dave Okumu and the Invisible with Shingai Shoniwa. Noisettes singer Shoniwa and acclaimed singer-songwriter and producer Okumu's newly commissioned work Stars Align explores their African heritage. 8pm, £15.
-The Gallery at NUA, St George's Street, Norwich: Within. Film work by Tim Davies using the human body to explore aspects of architecture, Sat noon-5pm, free. To May 24.
-Upper Cathedral Close, Norwich: Stephen Brandes - The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch. Billboard trail reporting time travel. Sat and Sun, all day, free. To May 25.
-The Undercroft, below the war memorial, Norwich Market: Tipping Point. Kathy Hinde's kinetic sound sculpture, Sat and Sun noon-6pm, free. To May 18. Performance, Sat 2pm, followed by talk.
For tickets and further information about the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, call 01603 766400 or visit www.nnfestival.org.uk