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Mystery Machine Heads To Norwich For Ghostly Investigation Scooby Doo – The Mystery Of The Pyramid Beware ghosts, ghouls and the scarily sinister. Those game ghost-hunters Scooby Doo and his friends are heading back to Norwich in a brand new adventure.

They find themselves having to deal with mysterious Egyptian mummies who are protecting an ancient pyramid plus the risk of being turned into stone if they dare to approach the imposing stone structure.

The Mystery of The Pyramid sees Scooby and friends Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne take their brightly-coloured Mystery Machine on a brand new adventure to the land of the Pharaoahs.

Get set for an all-action show for all the family when the production arrives at Norwich Theatre Royal on April 1416. The show will feature 90 minutes of hilarious comedy, great tunes and stunning special effects featuring a cast of top performers.

It is the iconic children’s character’s first visit to Norwich for around five years. His last show The Pirate Ghost held its worldwide premiere in the city early in 2009 attracting lots of media attention and even saw Scooby and his friends make a flying visit to the Forum.

Monday 14th to Wednesday 16th April at 6.30pm. Tuesday and Wednesday matinees at 2.30pm. Tickets £5.50£22.50. Discounts for Groups. Underthrees go free. To book, call the box office on 01603 63 00 00 or log onto www.theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk

John Bultitude, of Norwich Theatre Royal, said: “This is a brand new adventure for a ghost-hunter and his friends who have been sniffing out spooks for generations. “For those who loved the original cartoon series and those who are discovering Scooby for the first time, this is a great chance to enjoy a high-energy feelgood adventure guaranteed to leave a smile on your face.”

Indulge Your Passion For All Things Gardening Suffolk Plant Heritage’s Spring Plant Fair At Helmingham Hall, Sunday May 25th, 10.00am – 4.00pm The annual Spring Plant Fair, organised by Suffolk Plant Heritage in partnership with Helmingham Hall will be held in the beautiful grounds of Helmingham Hall on May 25th 2014 Great Plants to Buy A wide range of unusual and popular plants will be available from over 50 nurseries, local National Plant Collections and the Suffolk Plant Heritage propagation group, which will be selling rare plants, some not offered for sale elsewhere.

Pollinators’ project; ‘Growing Meadow Flowers in your Garden’; ‘Brilliant Dahlias and ‘Vegetables to Sow in Midsummer’. Our Plant Doctors will be available to offer advice on any gardening topic, to identify your mystery plants and plant problems.

Entry to the Plant Fair and Helmingham Hall Gardens is £6.00 per adult. Children are free.

Location: Helmingham Hall is 9 miles NE of Ipswich on the B1077. Post Code IP14 6EF

Garden and Home Ornament Visitors can also browse among a wide range of exhibitors offering everything from hand tools to soap and garden furniture to sun hats.

A Free Plant for 800 Visitors A plant of Liatris aspera, the ‘rough gayfeather’, will be given to the first 800 visitors to claim them. With attractive spikes of feathery purple flowers, it was used in the beautiful naturalistic plantings at the Olympic Park in 2012.

Eat, Drink and be Merry The Plant Fair gives the whole family a full day out, live music, a dance tent, home made teas and lunches as well as a range of food stalls. Visitors can enjoy the Grade 1 listed gardens of Helmingham Hall, with walled kitchen garden, herbaceous borders, roses and ancient deer park.

Lots to Learn The Garden Marquee will host Gardening Workshops, including the RHS introducing their ‘Perfect

Tours of the gardens with Lady Tollemache, tickets £15 each, are bookable from the Helmingham Estate Office tel no 01473 890799

April 2014

Diss & Attleborough - April 2014  

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