Arts & Culture
Going Out – Jan22
31 January-1 February, Norwich Theatre Royal
After a sell-out tour of his house in 2020 (extended into 2021 due to popular demand), Ol’ Broken Pancreas is charged up and ready to flick the switch on another night of attention seeking. Co-host of the award-winning mega-hit podcast Off Menu with James Acaster, Taskmaster champion, and his own special, Blood Sugar, available worldwide on Amazon Prime. As seen on Mock the Week (BBC2), The Russell Howard Hour (Sky) and QI (BBC2).
30 January, UEA, Norwich
From Lost Boys and Stand By Me to 24, everyone knows about Kiefer Sutherland’s phenomenally successful acting career. Yet in recent years, he has focused on applying his masterful storytelling ability to music, with two acclaimed albums spanning a spectrum of country and Americana. Kiefer Sutherland will return to these shores in January with his full live band to embark upon his biggest UK and Ireland headline tour to date.
Alan Carr: Regional Trinket
7-8 January, Ipswich Regent Theatre
Alan’s back on the road with a brand-new stand-up show ‘Regional Trinket’. From the exhilarating high of his star-studded wedding day to the low of lockdown stuck on a farm, a lot has changed since Alan’s last tour four years ago, including Alan. Nowadays, it’s all about finding happiness and joy in the small things – why be a national treasure when you
can be a Regional Trinket?!
The Nimmo Twins: A Load of Old Squit
5-23 January, Norwich Theatre Playhouse
In the first of their twenty-fifth anniversary shows, Norfolk’s legendary sketch duo The Nimmo Twins (Owen Evans and Karl Minns) return with a two hour ‘Best Of..’ featuring their favourite sketches, songs and monologues as well as a first peek at the new material for their brand new show in August. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll almost certainly be showered with spittle if you’re in the front rows. And you’ll leave marvelling at just how many nylon wigs two sweaty, middle-aged men can wear.
Winter residents of the
National Nature Reserve
7, 14, 21 & 28 Jan and 4, 11 & 25 Feb, 8am-11am and 12pm-3pm, Holkham Hall
During the winter months Holkham National Nature Reserve sees the arrival of tens of thousands of wildfowl, who choose to spend their winters on our grazing and salt marshes. Huge skeins of pink-footed geese, massive flocks of wigeon and teal and bustling gaggles of brent geese provide spectacular viewing for birdwatchers. The walk will cover approximately 3-4 miles over varied terrain. This may include mud, sand and uneven surfaces.
Tickets: £20, includes parking and
a hot drink and cake.
With some amazing acts performing locally in 2022 make sure you book your tickets now so you don’t miss out.
15 June, Carrow Road Stadium
Elton is one of the top-selling solo artists of all time, with one diamond, 38 platinum or multi-platinum, 26 gold albums, over 50 Top 40 hits, and he has sold more than 300 million records worldwide. His show at Carrow Road is the first of five performances in the UK. This is the second time he has performed at the home of the Canaries after his memorable performance in 2005. Get booking now… this is one not to be missed.