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    Drama Classes, Dance Classes and Singing Classes in Kings Lynn.Classes run Saturdays during school term timeCome and join us at Theatretrain Kings Lynn for  dance, drama and singing classes for 6-18 year olds. Whether you’re a West End wannabe or a shy wallflower looking to make friends and…
    Thornham Village Hall shows the latest films in a state of the art setting. Comfortable seating in an air-conditioned and spacious environment, modern facilities including facilities for the disabled, and a well-equipped bar selling pre-performance, as well as interval refreshments, including ice creams, makes a…
    Thornham Village Hall shows a variety of theatre performances from the West End, including drama, opera and ballet. Live performances from Glyndebourne are also shown with the opportunity for a pre-performance picnic.Comfortable seating in an air-conditioned and spacious environment, modern facilities including facilities for the…
    Film night held at Tittleshall Village Hall. Village Screen is a rural and community touring scheme providing quality film screenings in community venues throughout Norfolk.   Since 2005, Village Screen has become a vibrant and growing network of voluntary groups organising screenings for and with…
    Community drama group meets at 7.30pm on a Monday and a Wednesday at Stanley's. All ages are welcome. For details contact Fiona
    The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed by the UK Cinema Association for UK cinemas. The scheme was introduced in 2004 and is one of the ways for participating cinemas to ensure they provide a consistent voluntary approach to making reasonable adjustments for…
    The Upwell Gilbert and Sullivan Society is an amateur group that stages a full Gilbert and Sullivan show every spring. It also presents a Christmas concert and entertains at various events and functions throughout the year. New members are always welcome - although it's useful…
    The Village Cinema in Snettisham is an outreach event organised by The Friends of St Mary's and happens once every month. Doors and bar open at 6.30pm for the 7pm screening.  £5 a ticket
    Discover the huge range of events going on all year round in West Norfolk. Whatever your interest there's something happening in the area to suit you.
    The Watlington Players perform three shows a years, usually a musical, a play and a panto. They meet on Tuesday and Friday evenings (with a break through the summer) at the Village Hall, Watlington. New members are welcome, whether on-stage, backstage, administration or purely for the…