Event: The Changing Face of Norwich, Wed 7 Feb 2024


Join us at Norwich Castle and experience the changing face of Norwich in the late 20th century.

Join the East Anglian Film Archive for a screening of unique archive films, and immerse yourself in the city’s changing landscape of the late twentieth century. Book your tickets >>>

From the extensive redevelopment of Anglia Square in the 1970s, through to construction of the Postwick viaduct in the 1990s, the films show a crucial time in Norwich’s history, when the industries that helped shape city life began to decline, and a new millennium approached.

This event takes place at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, and is part of the public programme exploring the exhibition Norwich Works: The Industrial Photography of Walter and Rita Nurnberg . 

Event details

Tickets: The event is ticketed by Norwich Castle Museum. Book your tickets >>>

Ticket prices: Tickets costs £7.40 for adults (£7.00 concessions) and include museum entry. Find out more about admission prices >>>

Date: Wednesday 7th February 2024

Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm (running time approx. 60 minutes)

Venue: Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Castle Hill, Norwich, NR1 3JU. Find out how to get there >>>

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About the Norwich Works exhibition

Norwich Works: The Industrial Photography of Walter & Rita Nurnberg runs until Sunday 14 April 2024 at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery. The exhibition is a partnership between Norfolk Museums Service, The University of East Anglia, Norfolk Record Office and The East Anglian Film Archive.

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Header image: Walter & Rita Nurnberg, Power riveting steel, Boulton & Paul, Riverside Works, Norwich. Gelatin silver print, 1947-8Norfolk Record Office.