Norfolk Non-Stop 2003
Celebrating the drama of Norfolk culture
01603 663 676

Norfolk Non-Stop. Programme, March-April 2003

Sunday March 16th

Play Reading: Norfolk-inspired Drama.

Playwrights inspired by Norfolk find voice: reading of extracts from new work with a chance to talk about performance and ideas at the end.

Cod and Ships - Sid Kipper.

All aboard for a virtual cruise around the Norfolk coast, embarking from Fylde Bridge. Sit back and enjoy the view as Sid illuminates the voyage with stories, sayings and shanties of a Norfolk nature. 'Nautical but nice'.

Wednesday March 19th - Sunday March 23rd, 2003

Wednesday 19th & Saturday 22nd.
Mardling the Bard Spin-Off Theatre.

A Norfolk re-telling of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. Spin-Off weaves a web of mayhem and mishap around the Bard's original to make a chilling comedy that is by turns tense, funny and grotesque.

Thursday 20th, Friday 21st & Sunday 23rd March 2003.
A Tale that is Told - Patience Tomlinson.

Patience Tomlinson, a familiar voice from BBC radio, takes us on a journey to uncover the writing and life of Norwich born author Mary Mann. An insider view of Victorian Norfolk: a portrait of a lady of letters.

Eve Stebbing and Patience Tomlinson discussed A Tale That is Told on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour on March 15th 2003.

Friday 21st.

Open to all. Patience Tomlinson talks informally about her work brining the writing of Mary Mann to the stage. Spin-Off Theatre uses its experience to help you develop your own dramatic ideas and skills.

Patience Tomlinson

March - April

Practical workshops for schools - available to tour. Education Workshops phone: 01603 663 676.

Sunday March 16th - Saturday March 22nd

March 16th -22nd. Venue: Take 5.
Sense of Place

Fine artist Cate Agnew takes an elegant look at Norfolk light and landscape.

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