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Second round of additions to the RE-CHARGE line-up announced

New shows and activities include a spectacular fusion of sofa acrobatics, a magical musical bus ride and an inventive story delivered to you… over the phone!

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Norwich Theatre is thrilled to announce the second round of additions to the line-up for its digital season, RE-CHARGE. New shows and activities include a spectacular fusion of acrobatics and humour delivered directly to your sofa, a magical musical bus ride for the whole family and a charming, funny and inventive story delivered to you… over the phone!

As part of its Creative Community Recovery Programme and continued commitment to support mental health and emotional wellbeing, Norwich Theatre will also be hosting a series of creative workshops as part of National Creativity and Wellbeing Week.

Thanks to support from the Culture Recovery Fund and Weston Culture Fund, all events within RE-CHARGE will be made available at subsidised prices or free of charge.

Sofa Dance: Acrobatic Workshops
17 Apr & 5 Jun

Join Mimbre’s acrobats for a family movement session, using each other for support and your sofa as a crashmat to explore some fun movement and adventurous shapes!

Rolling Down the Road
24 Apr

Presented by Little Seeds Music, Half Moon and The Story Museum Oxford.

All aboard! Family singer songwriter David Gibb is proud to be the driver of the world’s first bus to be powered by song. However, his passengers’ choice of music can sometimes be a little unusual. From talking sunflowers to digging for buried treasure, David and his two musical companions need your help to find the perfect song for each of their passengers and get the magical, musical bus rolling down the road.

Is Now A Good Time
26 – 30 May

Hello?
It’s Sam from Red Onion Research.
Is now a good time?

Is Now A Good Time? is a brand-new interactive piece of theatre conducted over the phone. Sign up to receive four calls from Red Onion Research over the course of an hour…

National Creativity & Wellbeing Week: CARE
17 – 21 May

As part of our Creative Community Recovery Programme and continued commitment to support the mental health and emotional wellbeing of older adults, we are hosting lunchtime creative workshops to have fun, try something new and come together virtually with other people. The series is part of national Creativity and Wellbeing Week. Suitable for complete beginners.

Click here to see the full programme