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10 June 2018

Puppets in the sun

Norwich Puppet Theatre invites you to an afternoon of fun at the Bishop’s Palace.

“Many thanks to all of you who collect materials for Norwich Puppet Theatre workshops!” writes Nic Hopkins. “So why not find out a bit more and join Norwich Puppet Theatre for a special afternoon in the beautiful setting of the Bishop’s House Gardens, Norwich?”

“This is a rare opportunity to visit the gardens, explore the grass labyrinth, the rose garden and bamboo glade with the chance to buy a plant from one of the stalls on the day. And the puppet theatre will have a full programme! All proceeds from this special event will provide vital funds to support the ongoing work of Norwich Puppet Theatre.”

When and where

  • Sunday 8 July, 1 pm to 5 pm.
  • Entrance £4 per adult for gardens only.
  • SuperTickets also available to include a puppet performance and a puppet making workshop. More details at the Norwich Puppet Theatre website.
  • Entrance to the gardens is free for children and wheelchair users. Assistance Dogs only are allowed into the gardens.
  • The Bishop’s House Garden is accessed from St Martin at Palace Plain, NR3 1SB (opposite the Law Courts) and from Bishopsgate.
  • Nearest parking is pay and display by the Adam and Eve Pub.

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 10 June 2018

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