Here’s our roundup of six fab things to do this coming week – from Miss Marple with a twist to vintage finds!
Image: Wroxham Miniature Worlds
To celebrate 25 years in business, The Library Restaurant Bar & Grill are offering 25% off meals for the first 25 days in January. So, book a table before 25 January and dine for less – 25% less!
These free Brexit Means Brexit talks are bound to make you think and keep you well informed too. There are a series of talks on the subject over January and February (see the whole programme here) . This week’s talk focuses on the UK’s future after the referendum. Thursday 19 January, 6.30pm at the University of East Anglia.
If you fancy picking up some quirky buys then the Antiques & Vintage fair at The Forum is the perfect place to indulge in some New Year shopping. There’ll be books, silver, ceramics, glass, jewellery and much more, plus lots of great one-off pieces you won’t find elsewhere. Free entry, Saturday 21 January, 9am – 4pm.
Image: John Partridge in La Cage aux Folles
A new version of this much-loved musical comes to Theatre Royal and promises fun, laughter and show-stopping songs. The cast includes John Partridge, Marti Webb and Adrian Zmed, and the show’s fantastic tunes include The Best of Times, Song on the Sand and I Am What I Am – who can resist singing along? Tuesday 17th - Saturday 21st January. For more information visit our website.
For fan of Agatha Christie – or fans of theatre in general – then Murder, Margaret and Me at the Maddermarket Theatre should be high on your ‘to do’ list! Set in the 60’s, the play tells the story of the filming of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple, and the search for an actress to play the famous Detective herself – enter Dame Margaret Rutherford! Tickets from £8, buy online here.
If you fancy doing something a little different this weekend, why not pay a visit to Wroxham Miniature Worlds? It’s the UK’s largest indoor modelling attraction and covers 10,000 square feet. It’s got various zones to explore, each with impressive model railways in various scales as well as model boats, toys which cover decades and a whole city made of lego bricks! Plus they have a really nice (and reasonably priced) café to enjoy a spot of lunch in too! Admission £6.95 children, £8.95 adults (discount for seniors over 65 years old). Find out more here.
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