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    Come and have fun with clay and wood in the peaceful setting of our studios located in the cottage garden of our home on the Cambs/Norfolk border. Check out our website  to discover more about what is included in this unique course, where you'll try…
    We want to offer a great cinema experience to all our guests and that means offering a range of accessible screenings. We run regular subtitled screenings, showing a range of different films, so if you are deaf or hard of hearing, check them out! Not…
    Take a trip down the rabbit hole with Chapterhouse Theatre Company this summer, as Laura Turner’s theatrical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland returns following its successful outing during the company’s 2018 summer season. Made with children in mind, and withinteractive elements all…
    Located on the historic Tuesday Market Place in the heart of King’s Lynn, the Corn Exchange hosts a wide variety of entertainment featuring top comedians, live music concerts, dance, opera, children’s shows, musicals, theatre, talks, and a pantomime every Christmas.
    Anmer Village Screen have regular film nights throughout the year. They endeavour to show new releases and popular films. Doors and Bar open at 7.30pm for films to show at 8pm. As the nights are very popular it is recommended to arrive early. Tickets are…
    Art Circle meets Tuesdays in term-time, at Downham Academy, with demonstrations but no tuition. Contact Michael for more information
    This Society is a member of The Arts Society (TAS), of which there are now over 90,000 members and 338 societies in the UK, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Our Society was formed in 2003 by Ms Janey Burland and Mrs Jo Connell and is…
    We show regular screenings for our guests with autism and their friends to come along and enjoy. To make the screenings more comfortable for our guests with autism, the sound is turned down and the lights are only dimmed, not turned off. People are welcome…
    Barton Bendish Film Club is a village organisation, set up and run by volunteers, to bring a selection of films to the rural community. Based at Barton Bendish Village Hall, we can accommodate an audience of around 60 people and have, over several years, gained…
    Held in the Village Hall on a Tuesday.