Brought to you by the same theatre company that showed you their magnificent Bottom at Theatre Royal in April, The Common Lot, are back, romping and rebelling around the parks and green spaces of Norwich over summer 2016.
Kick off your flipflops and bring a picnic (weather permitting). It's a free show, open to everyone. Written by Simon Floyd (with Karl Minns of the Nimmo twins), this is Norwich history, but not as you know it. The play has been described as a 'panto-documentary'.
From Wymondham to Mousehold the 1549 rebels tell, sing and rhyme their way through the story of Ketts Rebellion with theatre of hilarious seriousness....or serious hilarity?....I don't know.....go see for yourself. And then send us your answers on a homing pigeon to #Ketts1549
Fri 24th June 7.30 pm - Heigham Park
Sat 25th June 7.30pm - Wensum Park
Sun 26th June 2.30pm - Cow Tower
Thu 30th June 7.30pm - The Forum
Sat 9th July 2.30pm & 7.30 pm - Ketts Heights (includes lighting the beacon)
Sun 10th July 2.30pm - Mousehold Heath plus party