Norfolk and Norwich Festival - Your guide to today’s events
The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is up and running, and here's what is on offer for today.
• LIQUID GOLD IS THE AIR
Rosemary Lee with Roswitha Chesher (Visual Art/Film)
St Catherine's Chapel, Norwich Cathedral
9.30am - 4.30pm
- 1 Snow starts to fall in Norfolk - but will it last?
- 2 Hopes rekindled for new £20m railway station
- 3 'Please come home': Family's plea to help find missing Norwich girl
- 4 'We're over the moon': Family overjoyed as missing Norwich girl returns home
- 5 Patient dies while waiting in ambulance for hospital bed
- 6 John Lewis boss bids farewell to Norwich store after nearly three decades
- 7 Long-awaited plans for A47 roundabout revamps revealed
- 8 Obituary: Owner of huge collection of vintage tractors dies aged 75
- 9 Warning for drivers as Met Office issues ice warning across Norfolk
- 10 New 4,000 home garden village idea criticised by countryside charity
Three-screen video installation with sound inspired by the Cathedral of Trees arboretum in Milton Keynes, planted on the exact footprint of Norwich Cathedral 40 years ago.
• JEFF KOONS
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
10am - 4.30pm (Sundays 1 - 4.30pm), £6 - £4
The largest UK exhibition for a decade of work by one of our era's most important and controversial artists.
• FESTIVAL EUCHARIST
Includes Mozart's 'Spatzenmesse' and his first Epistle Sonatas, composed aged sixteen.
Ethiopian-born Meklit's elegant and soulful folky/jazzy style encompasses influences ranging from hip-hop and art-rock to soul.
• POLAR BEAR
Sunday Night Beat Club, Norwich Arts Centre
8pm - Late
Experimental jazz band that disposes with genre restrictions, embracing dub, hip-hop, rock and ambient electronica.
Various spaces in Norwich City Centre, 3.30pm - 8.30pm, FREE
Computer Automatic Personal Environment is a futuristic system which uses video goggles, trackers and a headset to allow the audience to explore a new reality, another space, another time.
Various City Centre locations, 6pm, FREE, UK PREMIERE
Choreographer Dorner's human installation sees performers 'fitting' themselves into a multitude of city centre nooks and crannies as they forge new relationships between the city and the body.
• DE-DRIVING CODE FOR BEGINNERS: X TNT
Various City Centre locations, Throughout the weekend
Belgian company's mischievous outdoor experiment into just what is permissible in public spaces.
• THE VOICE PROJECT
The Observatory (Music)
Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts
New work from almost 200-member choir, with soloists and instrumentalists including pedal steel guitar maestro BJ Cole exploring our relationship with space in and around Norman Foster designed gallery.
• FOREST FRUIT
Norwich Puppet Theatre
Sunday May 10, 10am - 5.30pm, £4, UK PREMIERE
Belgian artist's multi-sensory installation enables children (5+) and parents to untangle their own unique patchwork of stories, following the threads of an intricately woven textile landscape.