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  • Where It All Began: Screening Loading...
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    Where It All Began: Screening

    Monday 28 May - Sunday 03 June

    A rare opportunity to watch the original pilot episode of this Emmy, Bafta and RTS nominated series – 15 minutes of exclusive material previously unseen by public audiences.

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    Peg Puppets & Stories Workshop

    Monday 28 May - Tuesday 29 May

    Make a fantastic peg puppet with fabric scraps and other household bits and pieces, and then devise your own fairy tales to act out.

  • Luminarium: Grown-Ups Only Session Loading...
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    Luminarium: Grown-Ups Only Session

    Thursday 31 May

    Architects of Air have toured to more than 40 countries across five continents with their extraordinary structures which astonish and delight audiences of all ages. 

  • Wheee! 2018: Is This A Dagger? Loading...
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    Wheee! 2018: Is This A Dagger?

    Friday 01 June

    Andy Cannon retells Shakespeare’s Macbeth, taking audiences on a thousand-year journey from fact to fiction and back again. Suitable for ages 8+

  • Wheee! Family Weekend Loading...
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    Wheee! Family Weekend

    Saturday 02 June - Sunday 03 June

    The Wheee! family weekend is always special and this year is no exception. There will be lots of arts and craft activities plus outdoor theatre and dance performances to entertain family members of all ages.

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    Silk Road

    Tuesday 05 June

    In collaboration with the renowned classical Indian dancer Mavin Khoo, Agudo weaves his Flamenco roots with a unique, contemporary style in this universal and personal story of East meets West.

  • Film: The Company of Wolves (Cert 18) Loading...
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    Film: The Company of Wolves (Cert 18)

    Wednesday 13 June

    A horror-fantasy film based on the werewolf story of the same name in Angela Carter’s 1979 short story collection The Bloody Chamber.

  • Invisible Storytellers: the remarkable role of translators in British Children's Literature Loading...
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    Invisible Storytellers: the remarkable role of translators in British Children's Literature

    Thursday 05 July

    Gillian Lathey, Senior Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Roehampton London, will introduce some of these invisible storytellers and pay homage to their neglected craft.

  • Lecture: A Journey into Space Light Colour Loading...
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    Lecture: A Journey into Space Light Colour

    Friday 06 July

    Calvin Winner, Head of Collections, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA, explores the transformative, sensory and immersive quality of Begum’s gallery-based works as well as her public art projects.

  • Child Readers and their Books in Nineteenth-Century Britain Loading...
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    Child Readers and their Books in Nineteenth-Century Britain

    Thursday 26 July

    Colin Heywood, Emeritus Professor of Modern French History at the University of Nottingham, focuses on the society and culture in which children were raised in the 19th century.