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Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

Harper Lee’s tale of society’s intolerance to the other has affected a half-century of readers around the world: this theatrical retelling retains and builds on that power.

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Hannah Walker & Chirs Thorpe: I Wish I was Lonely

Six of the Best: Cultural highlights not to miss this week

Poet Hannah Walker and writer Chris Thorpe explore the impact on our lives of mobile phones in I Wish I was Lonely, the latest stage production of To Kill A Mockingbird revisits the book in a new and original way, folk legends Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick return, Ruth Madoc and Ian Lavender star in a tender one-act play and violinist Tasmin Little opens Fressingfield Music Festival. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

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Cromer Pier Summer Show has wooed back the crowds with glamour and glitz. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Cromer summer show reports rise in audience numbers

A return to traditional variety boosted Cromer pier show audiences this summer.

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Lifestyles Festival returns after a year sabbatical with a splash

The Lifestyles festival in Hunstanton returned with a splash after the disappointment of last year.

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Edinburgh Fringe award winner Bridget Christie. Photo: Steve Ullathorne

Review: Bridget Christie

So this could be awkward: Bridget Christie is a woman and a feminist. We know this because she tells us, repeatedly. I’m a male journalist - and a target for a reasonable chunk of her material.

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