Yesterday Big A and I had a girly day in Norwich city centre, we popped to Clarks to buy some boots which was an epic fail! The designs were pretty much the same as last years and therefore we decided to try elsewhere. We went to the Royal Arcade and had a look in Stompers. Big A managed to find some lovely boots, which are weatherproof and suitable to wear to school too so that is a bonus. The lady who served us was super friendly and happy for Big A to do a few laps of the store to really test them out to make sure they were comfortable.
Earlier in the year I purchased theatre tickets to see Slava’s snowshow. I had seen the show previously and wanted to take Big A along to experience the madness. We sat on row H so we were close enough to feel thoroughly immersed in the atmosphere. The show is amazing, super interactive and the artistic mime is wonderous.
The actors were incredible and the show is very moving at times, going from happy to sad with no words or a few audiable sounds. Be prepared to possibly get wet, covered in paper, snow and be up for characters climbing over you. The ending of the show is the best part bouncing the large balls around the auditorium. It was amazing how excited the older generation got at bouncing large balls around, smiles all round for young and old.
The show tours and I highly recommend going if you get a chance, we would definitely go again if they return to the Norwich Theatre Royal.
Please note the show is not suitable for under 3s and they will not be admitted and is aimed at 8 years plus.
Amie gives the show a massive mark of 98/100.
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