13 - 29 May
In 2019, members of the community took part in a mass performance of the game Grandmother’s Footsteps in Frippery, with Stopgap Dance Company, and told stories and animated Chris Bullzini’s high-wire walk across the centre of Norwich in The Journey.
Image credits: Masthead © Original art works by ‘And Now’ : Photographic imagery by Nick Read’
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