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There are 18 events at this location
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Allstars Children’s Street Dance
Students from the local street dance academy showcase their talent.
Books, Antiques And Vintage
A variety of goods will be on display, including books, ceramics, glass, silver, jewellery and more.
Feast On The Street
Feast On The Street provides the opportunity to try authentic street food flavours from a range of hot and cold food.
Free Taster Session at the Guildford Rock Choir
Sing for fun at a free taster session with the Guildford Rock Choir.
The Garage Presents Creative Gym
Fitness activities for all ages and abilities.
HavAGo is a platform for creative people. The best of local talent showcase their passion and skills at the festival in order to inspire others.
Jane Miller Art Exhibition
Landscape paintings in watercolour and acrylic plus prints and cards. The scenes depicted are mostly of local woodland beauty spots.
Nelson's Journey Open Day
Meet the staff, Trustees and volunteers at Norfolk-based child bereavement charity Nelson's Journey. Find out about the support they offer and the available volunteering and fundraising opportunities.
Sat 9 Aug
Sat 13 Sep
Sat 11 Oct
Norwich & Central Norfolk Mind’s Festival Of Cultures
A celebration of multicultural communities in Norwich with a diverse programme of art, music and dance. The event includes workshops, food, arts and crafts and the opportunity to find out about local groups and organisations.
Sat 16 Aug
Free / 01603 727950
Norwich Rock Choir
The Norwich Rock Choir is led by singer/pianist Ian Sainsbury. Our choir is made up of many locals who never thought they could sing or hadn't found the right outlet for their secret singing in the car or shower. I don't think any of us expected to make the huge number of great friends we have along the way not just in…
The Sight Of Darkness: Author Event
Author Steven Doggett talks about and signs copies of his novel.
UniK DesigN: Designers Showcase
View the collection and meet the local designers behind the hand-crafted pieces. The work comes in a wide variety of materials and styles including glass, pottery and ceramics, textiles, wood work, calligraphy, paper and more.
What A Load Of Rubbish
Students from Harford Manor School in Norwich present an exhibition of beautiful artworks which have been created using old or recycled items.