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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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Nearly 300 firearms handed in during surrender

A sample of the surrendered weapons – photo from Norfolk Constabulary –<<oo0oo>>–     A firearms and ammunition surrender in Norfolk and Suffolk has been heralded a great success with nearly 500 firearms handed in. The surrender, which ran from Monday 13 November to Sunday 26 November, encouraged people to hand over their unlicensed and unwanted guns without fear of prosecution. In total, 280 firearms were surrendered in Norfolk and 208 in Suffolk as well as a large quantity of ammunition. Richard Kennett, Firearms Manager for both Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies, said: “The surrender was a real success and we’re...

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Norwich Eye reviews How The Other Half Loves

The enclosed world of the middle class sitting room is a popular yet sometimes stultifying theme in stage drama. While they can give illuminating insights into the social mores and fashions of the time of writing (and staging) they need exceptional writing to lift them into the category of memorable dramas. “Abigail’s Party” is perhaps one of the better known on this list, but for consistent quality of dialogue an Alan Ayckbourn play is hard to beat. The famed Scarborough playwright has set himself, and us, an extra challenge with this clever play which depicts not one but two...

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