Let me tell you about COSMO World Buffet Norwich, which not only offers an authentic world buffet restaurant experience for the whole family but also its team members endeavour to ensure that all members of the family are included in the dining experience.
Norwich Theatre has announced its programme of creative and fun activities for the February half term (Mon 13 Feb – Fri 17 Feb). The week is jam-packed with events to get you moving, making, acting and imagining.
Enter a world of magic and fantasy with Disney’s classic movie Bedknobs and Broomsticks. When the three orphaned Rawlins children are reluctantly evacuated from wartime London to live with the mysterious Eglantine Price, they have no idea what adventures lie ahead.
INTERLUDE in the CLOSE will take place in the iconic and historic Norwich Cathedral Close in a big-top circus tent, from 14 Jul to 30 Aug 2021, in partnership with Lost in Translation Circus, Norwich Cathedral and Norwich School.
A few years ago I discovered the wonderful story of The Little Prince. A book that one of the children had brought home from the school library for us to enjoy at bedtime. From that first time reading the book I fell in love with the story and it has been one that we have enjoyed time and time again.
Towering Treetop Tangles is the park’s biggest, highest and most daring play structure to date. Reaching more than 30 feet high and covering more than 1,000 square feet, it is aimed at the slightly bigger, more adventurous kids.
Last night Tigger performed in his first Christmas carol concert at St Peter Mancroft, Norwich. On the way back to the car, we made a detour to see the Christmas lights at intu Chapelfield… especially the Christmas bauble.
Located in the former Regal Cinema at the bottom of Dereham Road in Norwich. The Bowling House has been open since March 2018 and has transformed the old cinema space into a funky boutique entertainment area. Keeping highlights of the buildings past with the use of the cinema seating in the lobby and within the bowling lanes.
For the first time in a number of years we attended the Christmas Pantomime at Norwich Theatre Royal. Whilst it was a late night for Roo and Tigger, I don’t think I’ve seen Tigger laugh so much in a long time. On our way back to the care we walked past the Norwich Assembly House and fell in love with their Christmas trees all lit up in the darkness.
This festive season, forgo the traditional Christmas turkey with all the trimmings and the mundane mince pies because Giggling Squid, the fun and innovative family of Thai restaurants, will serve up a plethora of dishes all served with a hint of warming spice and all things nice!