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    Welcome to Wereham for your 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound cinematic experience! Bar opens at 6:45pm. Programme starts at 7:30pm Tickets must be purchased in advance either online or from the village hall (weekdays 10am to 3pm) but not on the door. Please note limited spaces…
    The West Norfolk Gilbert & Sullivan Society has been in existence for 60 years during which time it can boast many sell-out performances. It has received critical acclaim and won NODA awards for Best Production Eastern Region for Ruddigore in 1997 and Iolanthe in 2000.…
    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…
    Weekly Wednesday films. visit the website to find out whats on this week. Before the Wednesday Film enjoy a relaxing, light lunch in our Foyer Café. Open from 12.30pm to 2pm before a film on Wednesdays only.Pre-booking required at a minimum of TWO DAYS IN ADVANCE.
    Love being in the spot light, love of acting. Group meet every other week at Wereham Village Hall. Please contact Keith for more information and to confirm the week of the next meeting before your initial visit. *Details correct at time of listing 27/07/2020
    A new group for creative people meeting at The Feathers Hotel, Dersingham every Wednesday. £3 a session Please bring your own work and refreshments.  
    We're a lively cultural venue in the heart of King's Lynn offering a varied programme of creative activities including performances, community projects and regular classes for all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
    Wretton Historical Organisation (WHO) is a group of villagers who aim to create an inter-generational link between villagers and to explore what life was like in the area in the past. It has organised history fairs, traditional games, musical performances, demonstrations and re-enactments of various historical events. New…