Punctuation queen Lynne Truss to appear at Coast Festival in Cromer
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Author and broadcaster Lynne Truss will be appearing at Cromer Pier's Pavilion Theatre as part of this autumn's Coast Festival.
Ms Truss is best know for her best-selling books: Eats, Shoots and Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation - which has sold more than three million copies worldwide - and Talk to the Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today.
She is also widely followed as a newspaper columnist, radio dramatist, TV critic, comic novelist, sports writer, and is a popular broadcaster on BBC Radio 4.
After the show, Ms Truss will join people in the bar for a more informal conversation.
Tickets for the event are expected to go on sale shortly.
Coast - Cromer and Sheringham Art and Literary Festival - will run during half-term week, from October 23-31.
?Coast is working with Arts North Norfolk and Art Is Medicine on a north Norfolk talent show, #NN's Got Talent, as part of the festival.
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Those who get through the auditions will have a chance to be part of the final on October 29 on stage at the pier theatre.
As part of the prize, one of the judges, music and record producer David Mackay, has offered to help the winner, if they are a singer or a band, make connections in the industry.
He has worked with Elton John, Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart and produced a number of musicals.