Month: December 2017

Police to escort wide load to Great Yarmouth

Police will be escorting an abnormal load through Norfolk this week. On Sunday 10 December a large artic lorry will be escorted from Copper Smith Way in Wymondham at 7.30am to the site on South Quay in Great Yarmouth. The load is 5.4m wide, 21.3m long, 6m high and will travel on the following roads: B1135 – B1172 – B1108 – UEA – Earlham Road – Five Ways – Sweetbriar Road – A140 – Mile Cross Lane – A1042 – A1152 – B1140 – A47 – A1243 – Site.   If the load is unable to pass under the...

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Norwich Eye review – Scratch It!

On a chilly Sunday evening the best place to be needs to be warm, welcoming and have something special happening. A nice beer helps too. So a full list of ticks from me for ‘Scratch It’ and an evening of work in progress from some of Norwich’s brightest young theatrical talents. We were presented with three works – in all three the writer was also performing, in the first two with another actor, in the third solo. As this is a development process the actors sometimes referred to a script as they went along, but all had clearly spent...

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CCTV Appeal in Norwich

CCTV images – Norfolk Constabulary   Police are appealing for help to identify a man in Norwich following a theft from a car. Bank cards were taken from a car as it was parked off Bluebell Road on Sunday 15 October 2017. The cards were then used to carry out several fraudulent transactions in Waitrose in Eaton, Tesco Grove Road and Sainsburys. Officers have now released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to following the incidents. Anyone who may recognise him, or anyone with information, should contact PC Richard Walker at Earlham Police Station on...

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Norwich Eye reviews My First Panto – Little Red Riding Hood

Joanna, Lisa and Oliver in Little Red Riding Hood – photo © The Eye Snapper –<<o0o>>– The Garage is one of Norwich’s hidden secret joys – a charming and comfortable little theatre space on Chapelfield North that hosts theatre and dance courses and has specialised in a particular seasonal niche of Pantomime performance for young children.  Last winter they charmed their young audiences with a delightful Cinderella (see our review: http://norwicheye.co.uk/whats-on/my-first-panto-cinderella-a-norwich-eye-review/  ) but this year’s tale is Little Red Riding Hood. This show is focused on the tastes and needs of under-sevens and they are encouraged to move around, participate and...

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Hack Theatre to liven up Sunday at the NAC

Scratch it! is HACK’s curated short-play scratch night at the Norwich Arts Centre. Packed with original new work from an array of talented writers from East Anglia. This makes every event various and unpredictable… This Sunday there is an incredible line-up of female theatre-makers from Norwich. In the Adnams Mission Hall Bar at 8pm. Pay what you can. Norwich Eye reviewed Border Control by Hack Theatre – read more here: http://norwicheye.co.uk/politics/norwich-eye-review-border-control-by-hack-theatre-at-the-nac/ HACK Theatre is now doing Scratch Nights at the Norwich Arts Centre. Booking information...

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