Zara with Peggy’s MBE
Visitors to Downham’s town square will be able to watch as the dramatic battle unfolds between St George and the dragon of Hilgay Fen on Monday.
Budding fashionistas are being called on to come up with great designs for new fashion as part of a Norfolk Fashion Design Challenge Competition.
Review: Cilla, Theatre Royal Norwich
Organisers have hailed the first Fighting Multiple Sclerosis event as a huge success after fundraising targets were almost doubled by the final count.
Lynn’s Corn Exchange hosts a special RAF100 Band Concert on Wednesday to mark 100 years since the founding of the Royal Air Force.
Another fundraising film screening is set to be held for the Purfleet Trust after the success of last month’s, I, Daniel Blake.
Open auditions are being held at Lynn’s Corn Exchange this Sunday for a youth production of The Addams Family, set to be performed this October.
Once again ‘The Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company’ has entertained us with great aplomb and enthusiasm, this time with their special take on the classic tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
A new seven-week course from Swaffham Workers Education Association will put the focus on the history of rural life in East Anglia.
Former Battle of the Bands competitors Ducking Punches (pictured above) are heading to Lynn for a special fre concert this Sunday as part of their UK tour.
Members of the new King’s Lynn Poetry Group enjoyed the company of a special guest. Novelist Louis de Bernières discussed his life, work and things literary, musical and philosophical.
Tickets are already sold out for this year’s Houghton Festival event following it’s hugely successful debut at Houghton Hall last year.
Lynn artist Alison Dunhill is bringing her latest solo exhibition to Lynn’s Arts Centre this Sunday, putting the focus on recycling “found” objects.
Pupils from a Downham school have been treated to a cinema trip as a reward for their hard work.
A club in Downham has joined forces with a business in the town to raise funds for good causes in the area.
Computer tuition will be provided to give homeless and vulnerable people the skills to apply for work following a charity film performance organised by King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club (KLCCC).
The rafters of St Nicholas’ Chapel will ring out when singers of all ages gather for a workshop of Oliver! this Sunday.
Lynn will become a hive of artistic activity this weeke nd as several new exhibitions open up to visitors across the area.
The judges face another hard decision as Battle of the Bands returns to Downham Market Club tomorrow night for another strong and varied heat.