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Tom Cox

Performing as part of the NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL, Tom Cox is a singer/songwriter influenced by a broad set of genres including folk, acoustic rock and hip hop.

Dates
14th November 2020
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Tessa McWatt and Rebecca Stott

As part of the NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL, Tessa McWatt and Rebecca Stott read from their critically-acclaimed memoirs, engaging afterwards in discussion with the audience.

Dates
15th November 2020
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Rubber Ring by James McDermott

Performed by MOCO Theatre Company as part of NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL, this hilarious and moving coming-of-age play tackles growing up in a rural community, knowing you are gay.

Dates
15th November 2020
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In a Vulnerable Place by Steve Waters

Performing as part of NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL, Steve Waters presents his moving and compelling monologue documenting his personal journey into the problems of climate change.

Dates
16th November 2020
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£10.00

Luke Wright and Molly Naylor

Performing as part of NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL, Luke Wright and Molly Naylor join together for a fantastic evening of performance poetry.

Dates
17th November 2020
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Free on Wednesdays by Antoinette Moses

Free on Wednesdays premieres as part of NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL. A play by Antoinette Moses on the perils of dating in your 60s.

Dates
18th November 2020
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The Black Cat and The Premature Burial

As part of NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL, National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre on the Air presents The Black Cat and The Premature Burial.

Dates
19th November 2020
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£10.00

Tommy Lynwood and Harry Lake

Performing as part of NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL it is rumoured that this duo are the next big thing in music with their unique sound and stage presence.

Dates
20th November 2020
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£8.00

From the Washpot

Performed by actors from MOCO Theatre Company as part of NORFOLK VOICES FESTIVAL, this monologue drawn from Stephen Fry's best-selling memoir, promises to delight!

Dates
21st November 2020
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£12.00

The Fight

Blending boxing with Hazlitt’s wit; texts contemporary and classic, performance parkour, song, and the sweet science of defence - this physical theatre duo set out to discover if - two centuries on - our sporting rivalries remain as tied to our national identities as ever.

Dates
28th November 2020 - 28th November 2020
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£10.00
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