It's an arts themed weekend of events, plus your chance to get involved with some free (and surprise) events for English Tourism Week!
It's Better When We Listen
Until Sunday 18th of March, 2018, 3pm
Artist and John Moores 2016 Painting Prize Alumni, Juliet Goodden, will be exhibiting at Norwich Cathedral Hostry in February and March. Goodden aims to 'encourage empathy between cultures and religions'. Due to popularity this exhibition was extended for another week, so catch it before it ends!
Opening Times: Monday - Saturday, 9:30am-4:30pm. Sundays, 10:00am-3:00pm
Sacré Théâtre présente Knock par Jules Romains
Until Saturday 17th March 2018
J.Romains' famous satire Knock ou le triomphe de la médecine about the invasion of modern medicine in a sleepy French village, with the arrival of a certain Dr. Knock.
Thursday 15th, Friday 16th & Saturday 17th at 7:30pm
Tickets: £5 - £7
The Dawn Chorus at the Octagon Chapel
Saturday 17th March, 8pm
The Dawn Chorus is a new vocal ensemble formed by singers, choir directors and trans- atlantic friends Sian Croose and Brendan Taaffe.
16 singers from UK and Ireland will be getting together for 3 days in March to rehearse for 3 concerts in East Anglia.
Tickets: £10.00, £8.50 concessions
Norwich Philharmonic Society at St Andrews Hall
Saturday 17th March, 7.30pm
Brahms: Song of Destiny
Mendelssohn: Symphony-Cantata Lobgesang (‘Hymn of Praise’)
For the final concert of the season on 17th March, the Phil Chorus then return to more familiar territory and music by two of the greatest choral writers of the 19th century - Brahms’ beautiful Song of Destiny and Mendelssohn’s uplifting Symphony-Cantata Lobgesang or ‘Hymn of Praise’, otherwise known as his 2nd Symphony. Though on a much smaller scale, the Song of Destiny stands alongside his German Requiem as one of Brahms’ greatest choral triumphs, while the Mendelssohn gives a foretaste of the creative genius which peaked in his oratorio, Elijah, a few years later.
Anglian Potters at The Undercroft
Friday 16th March, to Sunday 1st April, 10am until 4.30pm
One of the regions’ largest collaborative exhibitions of ‘all things clay’ will be held at the Undercroft Gallery in Norwich 16 March- 1 April. This is the 35th anniversary of organisers Anglian Potters and this vibrant, growing group will be showcasing the work of more than 70 of its talented members.
Entry is free and visitors are invited to come and browse, meet the potters and enjoy the vast range of contemporary and traditional ceramics on show. There’s something for everyone at this unique exhibition and purchases can be taken on the day.
And of course... lots of free things for English Tourism Week: Cocktails, Tours, Sightseeing, and mystery packages!
Read more here!
'English' Cocktails at the Maids Head Hotel
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