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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

An appetite for plant life

May will be blooming for members of the King’s Lynn Operatic and Dramatic Society as they present their latest show. Members of KLODS will be taking to the stage with...

Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

This fantastic production of Jospeh popped and fizzed like a glass of multicoloured champagne, filling the Corn Exchange with an infectious energy and enthusiasm. With hands clapping, arms swaying...

The King’s Lynn Players Calendar Girls

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Tim Firth’s masterpiece Calendar Girls will become the “Oliver” of non-musical amateur theatre. The script is nearly perfect...

No chance of nodding off with jam-packed panto fun

REVIEW: Sleeping Beauty, Sunday December 7 at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange. Running until Monday December 31. Box office: 01553 764864 Review by Jamie Read A lot of people...

A sunny ‘Hunny’ talk from one of the most divisive politicians

REVIEW: An Entertaining Evening With Nigel Farage The Princess Theatre, Hunstanton Friday, April 28 it wAs just as an audience member unfurled a Union Flag that Nigel Farage...

Masterful Symphony from Clean Bandit

REVIEW by Jamie Read: Clean Bandit Thetford Forest Sunday, July 2 On the final night of live music at a sunny Thetford Forest, pop sensations Clean Bandit produced...

Review extra: The Illegal Eagles

There was nothing Desperado about this show which just flashed by in a New York Minute. The band was on stage from first to last - no support...

Sea of hands leads to Elbow

REVIEW by Jamie Read: Elbow Thetford Forest Thursday, June 29 It should come as no surprise to music fans that the contemporary sounds of Elbow gelled beautifully with...