Tickets now on sale.

There’s some very exciting stuff happening between the 6th and 21st of May. There’s so much to see and do and many of the shows are UK premieres.

Two spectacular free night-time shows are both world premieres.  The Wolves from Basque company Deabru Baltzak is a fantastical re-working of the tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, where  Spanish Fiesta-style, the audience will be led through the streets of Norwich at night.

As the World Tipped is a not-to-be-missed aerial show from Wired Aerial Theatre in collaboration with Nigel Jamieson (designer of the spectacular opening and closing ceremonies of the Sydney Olympics).

The popular Museums at Night is at Norwich Castle this year, where families can enjoy chilling tales in the dungeons, walk the battlements at twilight or, if feeling very brave, take a torch-lit tour through the natural history collections and see what creatures you can spot in the dark…

The Knowledge Emporium takes place in a 1950’s airstream caravan where you can swap knowledge for sweets, to a bicycle-powered cinema in Bowthorpe.  If you are the type who likes a challenge then look out for Joshua Sofaer’s intriguing Norfolk-wide Street Hunt with its prize fund of up to £10,000 – a puzzle that will test participant’s detective powers to the limit.

To book in person, call in at Norwich Theatre Royal Box office.  To book by phone call 01603 766400 or online at
www.nnfestival.org.uk/nnf11.