There are a billion and one reasons to love Norfolk. I harp on about them all the time, but the food is definitely up there. Norfolk is a farming county, from mustard, to sugar, meats and more it’s all produced here. Wherever there’s a constant supply of delicious fresh ingredients you…

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Generally speaking Dad’s tend to be the hardest people to buy for. I have no idea why but I usually spend hours aimlessly wandering around Norwich, before giving up and calling my mum. This year I went last-minute Father’s Day shopping at intu Chapelfield. They challenged me to find the perfect…

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The word theatre doesn’t normally conjured up an image of an open top double-decker bus, life drawing classes or noise cancelling headphones. But they are a handful of things that made IOU’s performance of Rear View at the Norfolk and Norwich festival so unique. This immersive piece of theatre just blew…

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The Adnams Spiegeltent is home to a very special performance for the duration of the Norfolk and Norwich festival – Casus Circus Driftwood. It tells the story of human interactions and relationships through the power of movement of the human body. From backflips, to aerial hoop performances, a head stand on a…

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The Race Horse Company’s performance of Super Sunday at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival might just be the randomist, most exciting and confusing thing I’ve ever seen. The Finnish circus troupe are renowned for their death-defying stunts combined with humour and madcap brilliance. What I wasn’t expecting was a group…

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