Norfolk and Norwich Festival - Your guide to today’s events

The Willi Dorner Company performance called Fitting, which takes place around the back streets of No

The Willi Dorner Company performance called Fitting, which takes place around the back streets of Norwich City centre. Photo: Steve Adams.

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

FREE

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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

(Visual Art)

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

(Classical Music)

Norwich Cathedral

10.30am

FREE

Includes Mozart's 'Spatzenmesse' and his first Epistle Sonatas, composed aged sixteen.

• MEKLIT

(Music)

Norwich Playhouse

7.30pm

£16

Ethiopian-born Meklit's elegant and soulful folky/jazzy style encompasses influences ranging from hip-hop and art-rock to soul.

• POLAR BEAR

(Music)

Sunday Night Beat Club, Norwich Arts Centre

8pm - Late

£15

Experimental jazz band that disposes with genre restrictions, embracing dub, hip-hop, rock and ambient electronica.

• C.a.p.e

(Outdoor/ Performance)

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.

• FITTING

(Outdoor/Performance)

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

(Outdoor/Performance)

Various City Centre locations, Throughout the weekend

FREE

WORLD PREMIERE

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

9pm, £20

WORLD PREMIERE

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

Children/Art

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.

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