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Kings Lynn
Monday, September 20, 2021

Coffee morning next month for group

There is no Snettisham Pensioners Annual Meal coffee morning on Tuesday, January 14. The next SPAM coffee morning will be Tuesday, February 11 from...

On the art trail in Dersingham

A record 16 artists are set to exhibit in 11 studios in Dersingham for a village art trail. The growing number of talented artists get...

Popular series of talks is set to start

The 19th series of True’s Talks starts next month at King’s Lynn’s True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum. Admission is free but booking is essential and...

Kites take the to skies over Hunny

There should be some high-flying antics in the skies at Hunstanton this month when the town hosts its annual kite festival. Organised by Hunstanton and...

Acting legend at Shakespeare event

The inaugural King’s Lynn Shakespeare Festival is a week away. One of the greatest Shakespearean actors of our time, Sir Ian McKellen, is set to...

Lynn Festival artist-in-residence will be top Polish-born cellist

One of today’s leading cellists, Polish-born Marcin Zdunik, will be artist-in-residence at next month’s King’s Lynn Festival where he will play in four concerts including the...

Students’ art on display at chapel

An exhibition opened on Tuesday to showcase some of Norfolk’s most promising young artists. Pieces included art work shortlisted in the first Norfolk sixth forms...

Drake’s sounds are sure to dominate the summer

This week we continue our newly released album review with Drake – More Life  Review: Jamie Read. When Drake performed a succession of dates in London during...

Players support trust

King’s Lynn Players take to the stage next week with the musical Oliver!  It is full of great songs, dance numbers and colourful costumes portraying...

Is this the final work for girl band Fifth Harmony?

This week we continue our newly released album review with Fifth Harmony – Fifth Harmony Review: Jamie Read. Fifth Harmony is no longer a harmony of five. It...