Vote for your favourite Small Venue / Festival / Organisation / Production in the 2016 Norfolk Arts Awards
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From festivals and theatre companies who put on great entertainment to visual artists who produce amazing work - a wonderful array of cultural champions have been shortlisted in our 2016 EDP People's Choice Awards, and now it's time to vote for your favourite Small Venue / Festival / Organisation / Production.
The award is part of the annual Norfolk Arts Awards – and today we can reveal the final 10.
Now it is time for you to cast your votes to decide who will be the ultimate winners of the 2016 prizes for best Small Venue / Festival / Organisation / Production.
Voting will close on September 18.
The final three will be revealed in the EDP and the winners will be announced at the Norfolk Arts Awards which will take place at Norwich Cathedral's Hostry on Friday, October 21.
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The shortlisted 10 are:
- 1 Drink driver arrested after crashing into two trees in Norwich
- 2 Jack-knifed lorry shuts A148 as police issue ice warning
- 3 Yellow weather warning for snow in place across region
- 4 9 of Norfolk's most famous blue plaques
- 5 Atlantis Tower up for sale after owner signs ‘outrageous’ loan deal
- 6 Map reveals the most serious crashes on the NDR since it fully opened
- 7 Norwich hairdresser, former boxer and bodybuilder, dies from Covid
- 8 The secrets and scandals of a former Norwich hotel
- 9 Covid rates continue to fall across Norfolk, especially in Norwich
- 10 Centre takes action after IT failure causes long queues for Covid jab
Culture Works East – the Norwich-based organisation inspires young people by producing creative, media and cultural workshops, projects and events for eight to 25-year-olds.
Great Hall Theatre Company – based at the Assembly House, in Norwich, the company produces six shows a year which it performs in the Noverre Ballroom and it has a dedicated following of theatre-goers.
Limelight Studios – the Norwich-based studios has its own performing arts school and is also used by local clubs and societies.
Norwich Arts Centre – the venue, a previous EDP People's Choice Awards winner, presents a vibrant programme of music, dance, live art, and more, and is committed to helping artists develop.
Norwich Medieval Mystery Plays – presented at Norwich Castle, the play cycle directed by Peter Beck revived a historic theatrical tradition for modern-day audiences.
Salt – the Cromer-based independent publishing house is committed to the discovery and publication of contemporary British literature. Sewell Barn Theatre – the company, based in the north of Norwich, offers a varied programme of plays and is developing a reputation for vibrant, diverse and accessible theatre.
Sheringham Little Theatre – the north Norfolk venue presents a wide variety of plays, music, live screenings and films, and its professionally produced Summer Rep season and Christmas pantomime are always popular.
Maddermarket Theatre – the Norwich theatre stages 12 in-house plays each year, alongside having a busy programme of classes and workshops and hosting an array of visiting companies and artists.
KlangHaus – the show created by Norwich band The Neutrinos and Great Yarmouth-born artist Sal Pittman has reinvented the experience of going to a gig and had huge success in Edinburgh and London.