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Latitude Festival 2016

Further exciting acts have been announced to perform at this summer’s Latitude Festival.

Kindly Leave the Stage, A Comedy by John Chapman.

Norwich based Baroque Theatre Company’s touring production of John Chapman’s farce Kindly Leave the Stage is at the Beccles Public Hall tonight at 7.30pm.

Norwich
Girls with Balls, which will be coming to the Fisher Theatre on May 20

Tonight, an Alan Bennett play will kick off a busy week at Bungay’s Fisher Theatre,

Norfolk and Suffolk Events

Norfolk and Norwich Festival' N sculptures at The Forum. 
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY.

There are times when the Spiegeltent tent tingles: listening and watching to Lera Lynn was one of those times.

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Propaganda Norwich, The Waterfront. Photo: Matt Jones

Did you go out in Norwich last weekend? We’ve gone inside some of the city’s hottest clubs and bars to see who’s been out and about, see if you can spot yourself in our gallery below.

Curious Directive Theatre Company show Spindrift as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

It is mentioned repeatedly during this new play that quantum biology - the science peg the story hangs on - is so complicated that if you think you understand it, you really don’t.

Norfolk

Eating Out or Eating In

Polly Guy. Picture: Maurice Gray

The first instalment of Polly’s Pantry, showcasing all the fine food that Norfolk has to offer. Today Polly cooks up a Cromer crab thermidor.

Polly Guy from Norwich celebrates becoming the Come Dine With Me Champion of Champions. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

An alternative attitude to cooking is on the menu this evening at 6.30pm (Tuesday), when Polly Guy joins the Mustard Show with her slightly-seductive approach to fine cuisine.

All you can eat in Norwich: Cosmo, Roti and House of Tiago (L-R)

If there was ever an excuse to visit one of Norwich’s all-you-can-eat buffet style restaurants, International Eat What You Want Day would be it.

France

Film & Cinema

Ken Loach.  Picture: Nigel Sutton.

Dartmouth Park director Ken Loach celebrates his 80th birthday this June. After his latest feature, I, Daniel Blake won the Palme D’Or and a documentary out about his life and work, Meredith Taylor reports on this gritty slice of social realism.

Ireland
Nick Cage in The Trust

When two small time cops try to rob a drug dealing network’s hidden vault, thing don’t go as they expect – which is to be expected.

George Clooney stars as Lee Gates in MONEY MONSTER. Picture: Atsushi Nishijima/Sony Pictures Entertainment

In Money Monster, a selection of Hollywood ‘Liberal Icons’ gather together to wag their fingers at today’s naughty businessmen, and the callous society that has grown up around it.

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