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Calling all Norfolk artists! Be part of Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios 2017

Applications are now open to take part in one of the most successful Open Studios schemes in the country.
 
Hundreds of artists across the region take part in Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios each year, inviting the public into their private studios to reveal where and how they work. The event attracts thousands of visitors and this year an estimated 28,000 people visited studios across the county. Artists have the opportunity to promote their work and meet their audience, and visitors see artwork as it happens.
 
This year 455 artists participated in the scheme across 255 venues - along with 16 Norfolk schools. And artists came together to create 19 Art Trails in various areas across Norfolk, allowing the visitor to enjoy a number of studios all in one day. Art demonstrations, private views, workshops and talks also make up this well-loved event. Find out more and apply here

The deadline for 2017 applications is Friday 9 December 2016.


Christmas Crib Festival - 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 and 11 December

Come along to Rosebery Road Methodist Church, Norwich, NR3 3AB, 10.30am to 4.30pm, (12 noon to 4.30pm on the two Sundays) where there will be more than 200 very varied nativity scenes including some that are unique. Refreshments available.
Donations to the Benjamin Foundation.


The Oak Circus Centre's first Christmas Cabaret - Friday 9 December, 8.15pm to 9pm

Enjoy a showcase of experimental performances and works in progress from our Lit Circus tutors and new students in our unique space. We promise aerial spectacles, circus chaos and festive hospitality with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie on the house. Doors open at 7.15pm. There are no tickets, just donations on the door.

For more information visit:

The Oak Circus Centre, St Michaels Coslany Church, Oak Street, Norwich, NR3 3AE


UEA Choir Christmas Carol Concert – Wednesday 14 December 

UEA Choir warmly invite you to join them for their annual Christmas carol concert on Wednesday 14 December 2016, at 7.30pm at St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral, Norwich.
 
The 170-strong choir, under the direction of UEA Choirmaster, Tom Primrose, will perform a feast of festive favourites, in the atmospheric setting of Norwich's Roman Catholic Cathedral, with many opportunities for the audience to join the choir in many well-loved carols. The concert will also feature performances from UEA Chamber Choir and a solo from organist William Falconer. Find out more


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