Preview | Get Festive with the Northern Ballet’s The Nutcracker

The clocks have gone back, there’s a chill in the air and the trees are losing their leaves; Christmas is well and truly on the way. What better way to kickstart the festive season than with a trip to the Theatre? For me, Christmas means one of two things –…

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Friends, Shopping & Race Day Outfits | AD

This year I couldn’t be any more thankful for great friends. Their help, support and advice have been invaluable to me. Shamefully, what I haven’t been good at is celebrating them or investing time in the fun things that you can do together. So when intu Chapelfield invited Laura Ellen…

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Review | The Bowling House, Norwich

Nestled on the city end of Dereham Road, the Bowling House is a vibrant and fun addition to Norwich’s Independent food and drink scene. Reading the name you would assume that this is just a bowling alley, but boy you would be wrong. Yes, there are five boutique bowling lanes…

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Review | Romeo and Juliet and dinner at Côte Brasserie

There are many things that I love about living in Norfolk, but the amount of time it takes to get anywhere from here is not one of them. I’m forever wishing I could get out and see more live performances but the timings and costs often don’t work out. That’s…

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Review | Circus Cabaret Lates at Chapelfield Summer Circus

Lost in Translation Circus gathered performers from around the globe to put on a raucous, jaw-dropping and rather cheeky adults-only performance on Friday night. The Circus Cabaret Lates at Chapelfield Summer Circus was a spectacular celebration of 250 years of the modern circus.  There were thrills, spills and audience participation…

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