Wednesday 2 March 2011

The piano is playing at the Assembly House

The Assembly House, Norwich
I can see the fine building in front of me as I hear the first few bars of Schubert's Trout Quintet. Will it be salmon and cucumber sandwiches or lemon drizzle cake with my cup of tea?

The Assembly House is full of the joys of spring as the sound of the piano can be heard from The Music Room to The Grand Hall with memories of local gentry drinking and dancing.

The Noverre Suite with it's high ceilings and crystal chandeliers is where you can lose yourself in ballroom dancing. Dancing all night to classical sounds in these delightful surroundings.

Norwich has a fine building for a fine city. Where people can meet for food and wine while experiencing the past. The Assembly House is where quality counts and you are guaranteed an amazing time.

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