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The crowds were out in force in King Staithe Square on Saturday for the launch of Festival Too 2018.
Just nine days to go until the 68th King’s Lynn Festival begins its two-week run on Sunday, July 15.
The Norfolk man bringing Strictly finalist Giovanni Pernice’s hit show to the county is delighted the tour will end on a high at King’s Lynn Festival.
Lynn-born actress Victoria Bush is ‘coming home’ for her first outing as a panto baddie.
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Canadian comedienne Katherine Ryan brought her “Glitter Room” tour to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Friday evening. Named after her daughter’s bedroom, bringing many a laugh along with it.
The West Norfolk Gilbert & Sullivan Society will stage “Iolanthe”, perhaps the most sparkling of the Savoy operas, at the Lynn Arts Centre, King Street, next week.
Puss in Boots, this year’s choice by the 20-years-old Creakes Drama Group, is a dark tale of two-timing skulduggery yet it fills North Creake’s village hall with a production that is colourful and sparkling, writes Peter Bird.