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King’s Lynn Festival: European Union Chamber Orchestra/King’s Lynn Festival Chorus at St Nicholas Chapel, Lynn

European Union Chamber Orchestra/KL Festival Chorus, St Nicholas Chapel

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The King's Lynn Festival took to the outside, with performance happening on stage on the Tuesday Market Place.

King’s Lynn Festival under way in Market Place

The 67th King’s Lynn Festival got off to a flying start with a new feature when Music in the Market Place came to town.

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REVIEW: Roger McGough and Little Machine, St George’s Guildhall

I’ve always struggled a bit with poetry, usually unless it’s clearly meant to be humourous.

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REVIEW: The Orchestra of the Age of Englightenment, King’s Lynn Town Hall

A Festival concert with a difference, but no bad thing for all that!

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Festival Too Friday: An eclectic mix enjoyed by all

Festival Too’s closing weekend was destined to be a big one, but with such a varied bill on Friday’s line-up, there were a few who were left not knowing quite what to expect.

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Festival Too Saturday: It’s all about Busted

Initial predictions for Saturday night at Festival Too were that it was likely to be busy, and how right they were.

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King’s Lynn Festival review; Brighouse and Rastrick Band

Review: Brighouse & Rastrick Band

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Billy Hornby

Harp surgeon who is No1 at keeping top players in tune

When it comes to affairs of the harp, Billy Hornby is the man for the job.

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WIN a meet and greet with Tom Jones at Holkham

Today Lynn News Online is offering a fantastic prize of taking part in a Meet and Greet with singing superstar Tom Jones at Holkham Hall on Sunday, July 23.

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Festival Too’s First Friday is fabulous in King’s Lynn

Wow what a night! Friday’s crowd was one of the biggest first Friday crowds at the Tuesday Market Place, so well done everyone.

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The King's Lynn Festival Chorus during rehersal in St Nicholas Chapel in King's Lynn.

King’s Lynn Festival Chorus celebrates 40th season

In a final flourish celebrating their 40th season, the King’s Lynn Festival Chorus will perform an anniversary concert almost to the very day, in the same venue where it all began.

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King’s Lynn’s Festival Too up and running

Festival Too 2017 kicked off last weekend with two days of music and pyrotechnic spectacle as King’s Staithe Square in Lynn was thronged.

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Review: Clean Bandit, Thetford Forest

Thousands of visitors to Thetford Forest on Sunday sang the words to one of Clean Bandit’s biggest hits – ‘no place I’d rather be’, and for those at the band’s forest gig, I’m sure this was rather apt.

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Part of the crowd in the tree-lined arena relax in the sun

Hundreds of folk enjoy West Acre music festival

Bradmoor Wood on the West Acre estate was the place to be to get away from it all this weekend.

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Review: Elbow, Thetford Forest

As cricket lovers came to terms with the impending retirement of veteran commentator Henry Blofeld, it seemed appropriate that another great British character should be appearing in his home county.

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The Buttercross in Swaffham.

Swaffham choir in full voice after grant award

A Swaffham-based choir has been given a council grant, which officials say will help them to expand their work.

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Downham Market singer Yve Mary B to launch debut album

Americano singer from Downham, Yve Mary B, is launching her debut solo album High On A Mountain in Norwich next week.

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Concert pianist to play King’s Lynn

Norfolk Symphony Orchestra’s final concert of its 2016-2107 season presents two mighty works which are both referred to as “cinematic” – Rachmaninov’s gorgeous Piano Concerto No.2 and Shostakovich’s titanic 11th Symphony.

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Youngsters from Tilney All Saints and Anthony Curton primary schools performing at Ely Cathedral

Walpole St Peter and Tilney All Saints pupils at the cathedral

Children from sister schools Anthony Curton School at Walpole St Peter and Tilney All Saints Primary Schools went to Ely Cathedral to participate in a Science and God Festival.

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Concerts prove popular in Snettisham

The 2017 series of fundraising concerts, recitals and events at St Mary’s Church, Snettisham, has proved to be very popular and two further recitals in the coming weeks will see three highly-gifted professionals visit.

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