A Strictly Come Dancing star with local sporting connections and a pop legend will be among highlights of the schedule.
There will be a sprinkling of fairy dust at this theatre company's magical Christmas production.
To kick-start the new year, the showing will be brought to cinemas, including a local one, for one weekend only on January 7 and 8.
This year's annual panto is about to begin and runs from December 3 until January 1, 2023.
The group has worked hard to rebuild community links after Covid restrictions and rounds off the year with a Dickens classic.
The author will be back at the stately home this Christmas to celebrate the launch of ‘Whatever Next?’ joined by an ITV News Anglia presenter.
Jeff Hoyle examines connections between pubs, an 1868 expedition and the last woman to be hanged while leafing through the latest Good Beer Guide.
New year screening of Mrs Harris Goes to Paris in village.
Staff are gearing up for the festive period with a programme of exciting events like a free trail called ‘The Scents of Christmas’.
Reviewer Andy Tyler described the concert featuring popular classical music being like a ‘hoe-down’ atmosphere.
With pictures and cuttings from the last 100 years in the Lynn News archives, All Our Yesterdays takes a look back at all the good sports.
A theatre and a wildlife reserve will be holding the festive workshops during the coming weeks.
Take a trip down memory lane to November 1990 with cuttings and pictures from the last 100 years from the Lynn News archives.
Find out what was happening on this week in November 1990 with a trip down memory lane.
Musical starring Emma Thompson in a Roald Dahl favourite will be the first screening.
Busy festive calendar over the next few weeks includes a fayre, carols and Christingle service.
He is the star of programmes such as Castaway, Animal Park, Countryfile, Wild In Africa and Wild On The West Coast.
The artist, who numbers sci-fi comic 2000AD among his clients, is one of 20 leading palaeoartists who expertly bring these extinct animals to life.
A well-known independent drinks business will be giving a talk in town.
Past line-ups have included well-known comedians Stewart Lee, Jason Byrne, David O’Doherty and Adam Hills.