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Kings Lynn
Sunday, July 22, 2018

Hear about explorer Will’s adventures

Writer, explorer and BBC presenter Will Millard is set to return to his roots at this month’s King’s Lynn Festival. Formerly from Upwell, Mr Millard...

It’s laughter all the way with duo

If it’s laughter you are after, then head to the coast for  Olly Day and Nigel ‘Boy’ Syer’s  real Norfolk show. The show, called If It’s Laughter You’re After,...

Cast steps in the right direction

Two actors who set out on their theatrical careers as youngsters attending drama workshops at Westacre Theatre, are returning to their roots. Charlie Hotson (also...

New Fringe events to enhance Festival Too

A series of fringe events are set to add to the atmosphere of next month’s Festival Too. For the first time in the 33 years...

A summer spectacular

Members of the John Giller Drama and Theatre Academy take to the stage for their fourth summer spectacular of shows. Three productions will be showcased...

A touch of Irish charm from singer

Irish singer Mary Duff is to take to the stage at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Wednesday. Her career has gone from strength to strength...

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...

Art, landscape and ecology at gallery

Three exhibitions which focus on art, landscape and ecology are due to open next week at a King’s Lynn gallery. The new Regarding Nature exhibition...

Take a trip on the river

Historic fishing boat the restored Baden Powell is now available to take passengers out on the River Great Ouse at King’s Lynn and sometimes...

Vintage tractor run and country fair

The Friends of St Botolph’s Church holds its annual vintage tractor road run on Sunday. The vintage vehicles are set to leave Manor Farm at...