Tag: Norwich theatre

Arts, Venue

Government grants £3million from culture recovery fund to Norwich Theatre

After fears that it would not survive the devastating financial impacts of coronavirus, Norwich Theatre has been granted £3million from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s £1.57billion Culture Recovery Fund. The theatre had taken drastic action in a desperate attempt to survive the pandemic after closing in March, including major restructuring and a…

Arts, Venue

Interlude: Hair the musical

Following a successful two week run of shows on campus, INTERLUDE@UEA is ready to draw to a close, with its final performance, Hair: The Musical. The star-studded cast of major West End names include the Olivier-nominated Frances McCann,  Cleve September and Layton Williams. Directed by former BBC Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips, this Paul Taylor-Mills production…

Arts, Venue

Russell Kane at Interlude

The Interlude tent is on the green outside the Ziggurats. It’s the most picturesque part of UEA and the tent added to the vibe of excitement amongst the audience. I think for most of us, it’s the first time we’ve gone to an ‘event’ in 7 months, so despite the rustic setting, everyone was still…

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Norwich Theatre heads outside after months in lockdown

Norwich Theatre has paired up with the Norwich-based circus company Lost In Translation to create Interlude in Chapelfield Gardens, a pop-up venue intended to host productions from 10th August to 20th September. Featuring comedy, music, circus acts and some productions that were expected to perform at the Norwich Theatre Playhouse pre-lockdown, Interlude is hosting big…

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