Harold Pinter’s classic comedy No Man’s Land is the latest National Theatre production from the London stage to be screened live to cinemas across the UK. Locally, it is on next Thursday, from 7pm, at Lynn Majestic, Fakenham Hollywood and The Light, at Wisbech.
More than 100 senior citizens enjoyed a morning of coffee and carols at a special event hosted by Linton Village College.
Staff at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital have penned and recorded a special song in the hope of stopping flu in its tracks this winter.
World renowned soprano Dame Emma Kirkby is a guest soloist for next week’s performance of Handel’s Messiah at St Nicholas’ Chapel, in Lynn. She is joined by three other up-and-coming and award-winning soloists in Martha McLorinan (alto), Peter Davoren (tenor) and David Shipley (bass) for this King’s Lynn Festival Chorus festive presentation.
Students from Eastgate Academy brought Christmas cheer to those attending the Dementia Café, in Lynn, on Friday by signing a mix of Christmas carols and well known classics to a packed out hall, before joining in the festivities and chatting to those in attendance.
Norwich Puppet Theatre, which is renowned for its high quality puppetry productions for children and families, is presenting three shows of the Hans Christian Andersen classic The Tinderbox in West Norfolk.
Eight-year-old Aiden Jones got an early Christmas present last week when he was given £250 to spend on toys in the town centre.
A charity Christmas concert is to be given by the Downham community choir, Singers Inspired, on Saturday week, December 17.
Borough mayor David Whitby was called in to press the button and switch on the Christmas lights in Lynn’s Hillington Square.
Every year Pinguin Foods lights a star on the roof for all to see at Christmas time.