Day 6

Norfolk & Norwich Festival: Wednesday 13 May

Get ready to join in with the Scavenger Hunt, we hear an exclusive challenge set by The Puppet Theatre for You Can Choose Your Friends But Not Your Family, listen in on two exciting Audio Postcards from Great Yarmouth by Lucia Scazzocchio, we are joined by Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2020 Artists Martin and Lachlan from Australian circus company Gravity & Other Myths, Jane France gives us The News on how she’s communicating with family and friends during lockdown, in the hot seat we have Local Legend and restauranteur Angelo Carvalho from Great Yarmouth, and are joined again by guest presenter Victoria Melody.

Listen Back To The Highlights

 

Listen Back To The Full Show

Send us pictures of your completed Scavenger Hunt on TwitterInstagram or Facebook or email us on radiolocal@huntanddarton.com.

Can you find
Headphones, crisps, set of teeth, pair of gloves, bike, fluff, leaf in the shape of Hugh Grant, a recipe, a lemon

Head over to Hunt & Darton’s Jingle Shed and get creative, creating your own jingle which may even be featured on the show!

Enter the Jingle Shed

What’s your problem? Out of milk? Succumbing to boredom? Want to escape a zoom meeting? Let us know on Facebook or email us, and Hunt & Darton will sit down, armed with a cup of tea and a biscuit and solve your problems.

 

 

Puppet Portrait Challenge

With Norwich Puppet Theatre

Norwich Puppet Theatre is challenging you to make your own Puppet Portraits!

Send us your Puppet Portrait pictures on TwitterInstagram or Facebook or email us on radiolocal@huntanddarton.com.

Norwich Puppet Theatre is an excellent introduction to the magic of theatre with original shows, activities, workshops and masterclasses for all ages.

During lockdown Norwich Puppet Theatre have been offering an Online Puppet Theatre with a range of behind the scenes clips, how to make videos and downloadable resources.

Find out more about Norwich Puppet Theatre

 

Norwich Puppet Theatre Challenge

How to make your own Puppet Portrait

NNF20 Artist: Gravity & Other Myths

Gravity & Other Myths is an internationally renowned circus company pushing the boundaries of contemporary circus. Formed in Adelaide, Australia in 2009, GOM’s work utilises an honest approach to performance, to create shows with a focus on human connection and acrobatic virtuosity.

After their successful show A Simple Space in the Adnams Spiegeltent at NNF19, Gravity & Other Myths were set to return to the Festival this year with their new show Out Of Chaos, their boldest and most ambitious yet.

Hard-edged, throbbing, explosive acrobatics referencing birth, death and primordial physics collide with intimate verbal confessions to create an insight into what it feels like to be on stage in real time… Complete with sweaty armpits.

Take a look behind the scenes:

Gravity & Other Myths have been incredibly active across digital media during the lockdown. Initially, starting with a few home videos uploaded onto their Instagram, they have now announced a series called There’s No I in Quaranteam. 

Aurora Nova have launched a Go Fund Me to support Gravity & Other Myths through these crazy times. All proceeds from this fund will go directly to the artists allowing them time to train and create from home to make sure they are ready to launch shows back onto the global stage.

Find out more about Gravity & Other Myths

 

Great Yarmouth Audio Postcards

St John Terrace by Kaavous Clayton & Julia Devonshire

Commissioned artist Lucia Scazzocchio has conducted interviews with members of the community in Great Yarmouth in order to create ‘Audio Postcards’. Participants were asked to collect sound recordings of an area that had special meaning to them – this made up the visual/picture side of the postcard. Then they were asked to record a message similar to the written message on the back of a postcard. When combined the resulting product is an Audio Postcard – that captures the essence of people and place. 

Kaavous Clayton and Julia Devonshire are founding members of Outpost Gallery Norwich, and have worked across the Arts and Culture sector  together and independently. In 2002 they founded originalprojects; ‘an amorphous collective of artists who could work together to make things happen in Norwich’, motivated by the lack of opportunities and space to present things in the city and the desire to connect both within and beyond. Kaavous and Julia relocated to Great Yarmouth in 2017, where they took over an abandoned shop on the high street and transformed it into a pop-up art gallery in 2019.

Local Legend: Angelo Carvalho

Angelo is a popular restaurateur in Great Yarmouth. He is the owner of the much loved Quayside Plaza and Silver Darling Cafe, and is a key member of the Portuguese community in Yarmouth. 

In his spare time, he runs Gracie Barra Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes for children and adults at the Drill House. Since lockdown he has continued to deliver classes and training sessions online.

Angelo often caters for events across Norfolk – one of the biggest catering events on his calendar is the Out There Festival run by SeaChange Arts in Great Yarmouth. Each year, flocks, droves, hordes of artists, performers, technicians, crew, event managers, volunteers and a wide host of other colour characters descend not only to deliver spectacular performances but to sample the coveted garlic infused olives and consume perhaps the most exquisite garlic butter that has every been created by mankind. 

Without Angelo no one would have the fuel or fire in their belly’s to deliver the best performance of their lives.