New film on show about King's Lynn Festival
There is a showing of a new film tomorrow (Friday) at 2pm at St George’s Guildhall of a new film entitled A Glorious Festival Town – King’s Lynn which celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Festival with stories behind the town’s wonderful historic venues and the famous musicians and artists who have appeared in them.
Town historian Dr Paul Richards introduces the film, the making of which was made possible by funding from the Audrey Stratford Trust.
It is a busy few days for the festival’s autumn season.
BBC Countryfile presenter Tom Heap will be at Lynn tomorrow to talk about the serious issue of climate change – but he will also bring smiles to the faces of his audience as he talks about those inspiring change.
His Royal Geographical Society lecture at St George’s Guildhall starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets £14 (RGS-IBG members/under 18s £12) www.kingslynnfestival.org.uk 01553 764984
Singer pianist Joe Stilgoe won many fans on his first appearance in Lynn and is set to impress again when he returns on Saturday at 7.30pm.
The former pianist with the Horne Section will return to the St George’s Guildhall with his trio to demonstrate his skills as a song-writer, pianist and singer.
Tickets £22 (£11 under 18s) from the Corn Exchange box office on 01553-764864.