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The West Norfolk Singers meet from September to May on Wednesday evenings at the Methodist Church, Heacham, 7.30pm to 9.00pmThe mix of music sung encompasses both sacred and secular, with some old favourites but also introducing something new to challenge both members and audiences alike. Concerts are performed…
Westacre Theatre, home to Westacre Theatre Company, is situated in rural West Norfolk, three miles north of Swaffham, ten miles east of King’s Lynn. Operating in a converted Chapel which serves as a flexible studio space seating 80, the theatre offers a year-round programme of…
Written and Directed by Daisy NorwoodPlunge head first into Anna’s journey as she takes on an autocratic state where absolutely everything is… grey!Does it have to be this way?One little voice doesn’t think so. Watch with trepidation as Anna battles it out with an all-seeing police force, complacent colleagues and petulant politicians, all in…
A two-day studio-based workshop to develop your skills in accurate drawing, colour matching & composition. Suitable for all abilities.Westacre is very pleased to welcome back Isobel Bartholomew who loves to teach people of all levels and share her vast experience with them. A teacher and botanical…
JAZZ PICNICDixieMix Jazz BandThe annual Jazz Picnic returns to Westacre Theatre, providing a sleepy lagoon and walks down to the River Nar.Bring a picnic, a bottle of wine and enjoy a lazy afternoon underscored by the cool sounds of jazz.All dogs welcome (on a lead!)ADMITTANCE…
Fun and friendly Summer Drama Workshop for ages 9, 10, 11, 12 Silent movie slapstick sensations! Come and join us for a 3 day drama workshop where participants will get the chance to explore the wonderful world of silent movies! Madcap chases between cops &…
Programme includes:Mozart Quintet in G minor Dvorak Quintet in E flat Op.97For more information, visit the King's Lynn Festival website.
Part of the LitFest 2019Jeremy Page grew up on the North Norfolk coast. He has published three novels:THE WAKE, shortlisted for the New Angle Prize and winner of the East Anglian Fiction Book AwardTHE COLLECTOR OF LOST THINGS, nominated for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary…
Part of the LitFest 2019Galton Blackiston is a multi-award winning chef and food writer, who combines his time as chef patron and co-owner of Morston Hall hotel and restaurant in north Norfolk with the writing of hugely successful cookbooks and regular appearances on high-profile TV…
Part of the LitFest 2019James Parry is a Norfolk-based writer and consultant. After training as a conservation officer with English Heritage, he joined the British Council, working in East Africa and the Middle East before returning to the UK to study for a Masters in…