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Young Norfolk Arts Festival

Young Norfolk Arts Festival (YNAF) was an initiative launched by the school in 2013 to celebrate the creativity and achievement of young people from the region. Now in its third year, YNAF is fast becoming one of the significant cultural events in Norfolk’s ever-increasing arts calendar. The 2015 programme was an impressive celebration of creativity and performance, by and for young people in Norfolk, involving pupils from over 100 different schools. As a lead partner, many Norwich School pupils are heavily and enthusiastically involved in organising, performing and watching these spectacular and entertaining performances and exhibitions.

The 2016 YNAF dates are 1-10 July. and school events for this year's festival include a Fashion Show, Gala Night, plays in and around the Cathedral, a range of music events, and performances at the Royal Norfolk Show and the Lord Mayor’s celebrations. The Art and Design Departments will showcase A level work at the Forum and GCSE work in the Cathedral Crypt.

Download the 2016 brochure here.

For more information about what is taking place (including events by the school) visit http://www.youngnorfolkartsfestival.org.uk





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