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Last Night of Proms on Big Screen
Last Night of The Proms
The Royal Albert Hall will host an array of musical talent from around the world

Norwich's Big Screen will show the Last Night of the Proms as the concert is relayed live from the Royal Albert Hall in London.

"We are really excited to bring some of the atmosphere from the Royal Albert Hall to Norwich," said Helen Selleck from Norwich City Council.

There will also be a live musical performance from a local artist, exclusively for the Norwich audience.

The event takes place at Chapelfield Plain on Saturday, 12 September, 2009.

"Last Night of the Proms immediately makes people think of people waving flags, singing along and getting into the spirit of the occasion," said Helen.

Limited free seating will be available, but people are invited to bring along their own seats and suitable outdoor clothing.

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From 6.30pm, BBC Norfolk compere and presenter Nick Conrad will entertain the crowd, encouraging the audience to warm up their vocal chords.

Song sheets will be provided to allow you to sing along with the millions of people across the world experiencing the Last Night Of The Proms.

You can download a song sheet here:

Although no alcohol is permitted on Chapelfield Plain, you can bring along soft drinks and a picnic.

The Last Night of The Proms event takes place at Chapelfield Plain, Norwich, from 6pm on Saturday, 12 September, 2009.

The Big Screen is a partnership between LOCOG (London Organising Committee For the Olympic Games), Norwich City Council, The BBC and Chapelfield.

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