Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2014

Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2014
Various Locations

Starts: Fri 9th to Sat 24th May 2014
Tickets: Price varies


Now one of the biggest arts festivals in the UK, the Norfolk & Norwich Festival will bring you 16 days of world-class performances, major exhibitions and a host of surprises at venues across Norwich and Norfolk.  

Norfolk & Norwich Festival is the international arts festival for the East of England. Featuring world class classical, contemporary, world and new music, theatre, dance and circus, a vibrant children’s programme, a new visual arts strand, and a host of large and small-scale free outdoor events it is the time of the year when they get to make Norwich the cultural capital of the world.

Camping: No camping at this event – check out our ‘Book Hotels’ tab for other options.

Ticket prices (from): Priced per artist per event. Some events are FREE.

Artists booked to appear include Hugh Masekela, Madeleine Peyroux, Michael Clark Company, Circa, Breakin’ Convention, Festival Chorus, and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. 

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Two superstars of contemporary music – Madeleine Peyroux and Hugh Masekela – play major concerts in Norwich for the very first time. Not to be missed!

There are two exhilarating new shows from Festival favourites Circa and Michael Clark Company, whilst the Festival Chorus unite with the renowned Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, fresh from their performances at The Proms and Royal Festival Hall, for a programme exploring the profound eff ects of war.

Some of the best international Hip Hop Dance companies will ignite King’s Lynn Corn Exchange at Breakin’ Convention.

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Norfolk & Norwich Festival announces first highlights

Created on Thu 21st November 2013

Norfolk & Norwich Festival has just announced it’s first six highlights for 2014 with tickets. The Festival is renowned for bringing art from around the world to Norfolk and artists from four continents are represented in these first six highlights to delight audiences and attract visitors for its stunning events including the UK premiere of the new show from Australian new circus pioneers Circa and visits from international jazz superstars Hugh Masekela and Madeline Peyroux, dance iconoclasts Michael Clark Company and Breakin’ Convention, the international festival of hip hop dance theatre. 


By Car
Major trunk roads to the Norwich area are the M11, A11, A12, A140 (from London, the south, the ferry ports and the channel tunnel) and the A14, A47, A1/M1 (from the north and west).

By train
Norwich railway station is in central Norwich, a 5-minute walk from the city centre.
National Express trains run to Norwich from London’s Liverpool Street Station every 30 minutes during the day (Journey time: 1 hour 50 minutes). A direct service also links Cambridge to Norwich (Journey time: 1 hour 10 minutes).

By coach
National Express coaches travel to Norwich from London and other major cities several times daily.
London-to-Norwich journey time: around 3 hours.
National Express Airport links London’s Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports to Norwich with a direct service up to 10 times a day.

Hotel Miles * Location Rating  
The King Edward VII 1.14 Norwich Average customer rating: 5 out of 6 Info
The Foxburgh Natural Health & Wellness Centre 8.51 Norwich Average customer rating: 5 out of 6 Info

* Distances are provided for guidance and are calculated 'as the crow flies'. For directions and actual distances by road, please refer to the hotel directions tab for the particular hotel.

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