The full programme for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2020 has been confirmed.
The event showcases a variety of performances including theatre, music, literature and family activities. It will also feature local and regional artists.
Daniel Brine, Artistic Director said:
“For 2020 we’ve put together a programme reflecting, celebrating and exploring what the Festival is to our audiences, artists and communities in the city of Norwich and county of Norfolk.
"This year, at the start of a trio of Festivals as we celebrate our 250th anniversary in 2022 we have begun to focus on the local and international themes of time, community and environment – looking both forwards and back.
"Across this year’s festival we have over 100 shows and events morning, noon and night at iconic Norwich buildings, pop-up spaces, outdoor stages, urban streets and remote countryside.
"We have a new stage, a Festival hub for food and drink, world premieres, international headliners, and work by and for local people.
"I truly think that there’s something for everyone this year and we can’t wait to welcome people in – whether you’re passing through, a regular or it’s your first visit."
It runs from the 8 May to 24 May, 2020. The festival will also start a three-year programme dedicated to celebrating the festival's 250th birthday in 2022.
You can find more information on the full programme here.