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Old Skating Rink


The Month Ahead - in Pictures

Here are some of our favourite images which depict some of the great things to see and do this month; take a look and be inspired!

Top image: The South Asian Decorative Arts and Crafts Collection at The Old Skating Rink


Live Art Club Cuncrete

[Live] Art Club: Rachael Clerke & The Great White Males: Cuncrete at Norwich Arts Centre (5 April); more details here.

Marble Hall

Holkham Hall re-opens for 2017 this month (1 April); pictured here is the beautiful Marble Hall. Find out more about Holkham Hall here.

Northern Ballet dancers in Casanova. Photo Guy Farrow

Casanova at Norwich Theatre Royal (4 - 8 April); more details here.


Mad Hatters Tea Party Storytelling Performance and Workshop at Stage Two, at Norwich Theatre Royal (11 April); more details here.


Hidden Playhouse

HIDDEN by Nicola Werenowska at Norwich Arts Centre (12 April); more details here.

The Tinderbox at Norwich Puppet Theatre (15 April); more details here.

Old Skating Rink

The Old Skating Rink houses the South Asian Decorative Arts and Crafts Collection; it's free entry to pop over (located on Bethel Street) and take a look. Country and Eastern have lovely items for sale there too! Find out more here.


Final Reel

The Final Reel at The Forum, part of the Norwich Film Festival (28 April); more details here.



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