Norfolk & Norwich Festival highlights - 23 May
- Credit: Archant
Here are today's events for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival
-Norwich Playhouse: Darren Shan and Alexander Gordon Smith. An afternoon of conversation between two popular writers of young adult fiction, 4pm, £7.50.
-Spiegeltent in Chapelfield Gardens, Norwich: Red Bastard, 7.30pm, sold out.
-Norwich Playhouse: Narek Hakhnazaryan and Oxana Shevchenko. Armenian cellist and Kazakh pianist (both 2011 Tchaikovsky Competition prize winners) perform a programme of full-blown Romanticism with a Russian bias. 7pm, £15.
- 1 Face masks to be compulsory in shops and public transport, PM announces
- 2 Norfolk to be battered by winds of up to 65mph as Storm Arwen hits UK
- 3 Obituary: Tributes after 'heart-shaped hole' is left following teaching assistant's death
- 4 Flood alerts issued for parts of Norfolk due to stormy conditions
- 5 Norfolk stately home neighbour dispute sees campsite owner in court
- 6 A11 northbound closed following crash near Attleborough
- 7 'It was a shock' - Burglars raid newsagent after smashing window with axe
- 8 Hermes courier and his wife could be jailed over ‘stolen parcels’
- 9 Man arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting girl on her way to school
- 10 NCFC LIVE: Spirited City held to 0-0 draw by in-form Wolves
-Norwich Cathedral: Norwich Cathedral Choir by Candlelight. 20th century French choral and organ music by Poulenc and Durufle. Conducted by Ashley Grote, with David Dunnett on organ. 9pm, £6-£12.
-Spiegeltent in Chapelfield Gardens: Bourgeois and Maurice 7th Birthday Party. Hedonistic revelry with toe-tapping piano pop-beats from the UK's sharpest, darkest musical siblings. 10pm, £16.
-Norwich Arts Centre: Live Art Club. Made in China - Tonight I'm Gonna Be The New Me. Work-in-progress show about a dancer and how we define ourselves, 10.30pm, pay what you can.
-Hunt and Darton Cafe. Fully functioning café that blends art with the everyday. 10.30pm, pay what you can.
Mat Riviere. Electroncia, 11.30pm, pay what you can.
-The Gallery at NUA, St George's Street, Norwich: Within. Film work by Tim Davies using the human body to explore aspects of architecture, noon-5pm, free. To May 24.
-Upper Cathedral Close, Norwich: Stephen Brandes - The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch. Billboard trail reporting time travel, all day, free. To May 25.
For tickets and further information about the events call 01603 766400 or visit www.nnfestival.org.uk