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So much to see and do in Nor­folk this month in­clud­ing Bon­fire Night

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1st – 30th LIGHT­EN­ING THE DARK­NESS

Visit Nor­wich Cas­tle and take a look at some of Rem­brandt’s lesser-known work in this rare exhibition of over 90 etch­ings. Free with ad­mis­sion price. www.mu­se­ums.nor­folk.gov.uk/nor­wich-cas­tle

1st - 30th THE RUS­SIA SEA­SON

Visit the Sains­bury Cen­tre for a chance to see more of Rus­sia’s vast his­tory in The Rus­sia Sea­son: Royal Fabergé and Rad­i­cal Rus­sia. £12/£10.50 con­ces­sions, www.scva.ac.uk

4th – 19th WOMEN AT WAR

Don’t miss this won­der­ful exhibition cel­e­brat­ing the re­mark­able ef­fort made by Nor­folk women dur­ing the First World War. With an im­mer­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in the Fo­rum’s gallery. and re­search car­ried out by a ded­i­cated team of vol­un­teers, it will ex­plore the lives of women both on ac­tive ser­vice and fight­ing on the home front. 10am – 4pm www.the­fo­rum­nor­wich.co.uk

9th – 19th LIGHTS, CAM­ERA, AC­TION!

The Nor­wich Film Fes­ti­val re­turns for its 7th year, screen­ing 100 ex­cel­lent films and hold­ing 24 events in­clud­ing in­dus­try talks and lively panel dis­cus­sions. Event times vary. For more in­for­ma­tion, please visit www. nor­wich­film­fes­ti­val.co.uk

10th SHAKE­SPEARE VS MOLIÈRE

Ta­ble-top puppetry, live mu­sic and pro­jec­tion will come to­gether in this imag­i­na­tive, bilin­gual show about the mi­grant cri­sis. Classic texts are ap­plied to the mod­ern po­lit­i­cal cli­mate, telling sto­ries of deca­dence, so­cial up­heaval and love. 7.30pm, £9 per per­son. www.pup­petthe­atre.co.uk

11th and 12th ART EXHIBITION

Pop along to North Runc­ton’s Vil­lage Meet­ing Place to see the lo­cal art group’s an­nual exhibition. With free park­ing, free ad­mis­sion and re­fresh­ments on hand, it’s an un­miss­able chance to buy orig­i­nal art­work and hand­crafted toys. Satur­day 10am – 4.30pm, Sun­day 11am – 3.30pm North Runc­ton

11th NIGHT AT THE MU­SI­CALS

Lis­ten to some of your favourite med­leys and songs from the world of mu­si­cal the­atre, as Reprise choir per­form at St Ni­cholas Church in Dere­ham. Tick­ets are £10 and in­clude re­fresh­ments. Con­cert be­gins at 7.15pm. To book tick­ets on­line, email celi­aabarker@waitrose. com or call 01362 850538.

12th WE MUST RE­MEM­BER THEM

Nor­wich will pay its re­spects to Bri­tish and Com­mon­wealth ser­vice­men and women in this an­nual ser­vice. Wreath-lay­ing will take place at 10.40am, fol­lowed by the Vet­eran and Armed Forces Pa­rade at 11.05am. Nor­wich Cathe­dral will host a fur­ther ser­vice at 11.40am. There will be many other acts of re­mem­brance at memo­ri­als across the county.

18th STRINGS AT­TACHED

Ma­suda String Pup­peteers will show­case their mas­tery of the mar­i­onette in this rare and in­tri­cate per­for­mance at

Nor­wich Puppet The­atre. A fam­ily per­for­mance will take place at 2.30pm, with an­other show­ing for those aged 12+ at 7.30pm. £9 per ticket. www.pup­petthe­atre.co.uk

18th DANCE THE DAY AWAY

Put on your danc­ing shoes for this fan­tas­tic tea dance hosted by The Ra­groof Play­ers. This three hour par­tic­i­pa­tory event will in­clude gen­uine mu­sic from the 1920s – 1950s, vin­tage cos­tumes, dance dis­plays and the com­pany’s trade­mark in­stant dance classes. Ev­ery­one is wel­come and no part­ner is needed. Free en­try which in­cludes a cup of tea and a slice of cake. 2 – 5pm, The Drill House, Great Yar­mouth

18th - 30th FROM SATIRE TO CE­RAM­ICS

This exhibition open­ing at the Sains­bury Cen­tre will ex­plore the ex­tra­or­di­nary ca­reer of Roger Law, co-cre­ator of Spit­ting Im­age and now a ma­jor ce­ramic artist work­ing in China. £7/£6 con­ces­sions www.scva.ac.uk

20th FAIR’S FAIR

At­tle­bor­ough and Wy­mond­ham NSPCC Com­mit­tee will be host­ing their au­tumn fair at New Buck­en­ham Vil­lage Hall. From 10am – 2pm, you can en­joy a va­ri­ety of stalls and get an early start on your Christmas shop­ping. En­try is £3 and in­cludes cof­fee and bis­cuits.

23rd THE REAL DOWN­TON ABBEY

Learn more about the ‘real’ Down­ton Abbey in this il­lus­trated talk from Holkham Hall’s Es­tate Direc­tor, David Hor­tonFawkes. Tak­ing place in the newly re­fur­bished Warham Read­ing Room, it will in­clude a sup­per of veni­son stew and ap­ple crum­ble, sourced from the es­tate it­self. Talk be­gins at 7.30pm. Tick­ets cost £10 and can be booked in per­son or by calling 01328 710227. Cash or cheque only.

24th A CRACKER OF A QUES­TION

Back for its sixth year, the Nel­son’s Journey Christmas Quiz re­turns to OPEN for an evening of fes­tive fun. Come in a team of 10 or meet new peo­ple as Nel­son’s Journey pair you up with a new team. With ques­tions for all abil­i­ties and The Grosvenor Fish Bar on hand to stave off your hunger, there’s only one other thing to re­mem­ber - your Christmas jumper! Tick­ets are £25 each, box­of­fice@ open­nor­wich.org.uk

25th REDESIGN­ING RE­NAIS­SANCE

Drop-in to this free event at the Fo­rum in Nor­wich to see how Re­nais­sance books still in­spire con­tem­po­rary de­sign­ers to­day. As part of UEA’s Un­lock­ing the

Archive, 15 de­sign­ers will show­case their work, and there will also be the op­por­tu­nity to han­dle gen­uine texts. www.be­inghu­man­fes­ti­val.org

25th FREE SPIRIT

Artist David Dane’s new exhibition The Free Spirit will con­sist of a new se­lec­tion of orig­i­nal oil paint­ings and a care­fully se­lected col­lec­tion of gi­clée prints. It is his sec­ond show at The Boathouse’on the edge of Ormesby Broad. David’s ethe­real paint­ings and in­ter­pre­ta­tions of Broad­land scenes have be­come world­wide best­sellers. The exhibition con­tin­ues un­til Sun­day De­cem­ber 3, open be­tween 11am and 4pm. Ad­mis­sion free.

25th WIN­TER CEL­E­BRA­TION

Make nat­u­ral lan­terns at this af­ter­noon cel­e­bra­tion at Whitling­ham Coun­try Park and then use them to guide you around for a twi­light walk. £5 per adult, £4 for chil­dren, £15 for a fam­ily of four. Book­ing is es­sen­tial on 01603 756094/01603 610734.

26th DEER RAM­BLE

Come along to Heigham Holmes and look into the pri­vate world of Red and Chi­nese Wa­ter Deer as well as spot­ting other wildlife along the way. Adults £9, chil­dren £4.50. 2 – 4pm, 0344 249 1895

Women at War exhibition at the Fo­rum, Nor­wich

Shake­speare ver­sus Moliere at Nor­wich Puppet The­atre

Nor­wich will re­mem­ber the fallen

En­joy an evening at Holkham Hall and dis­cover more about the real Down­ton Abbey

Nor­wich Puppet The­atre hosts a rare per­for­mance from Ja­pan

Deer in the Mist by David Dane

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