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    Monthly cinema at Swaffham Community Centre. Film starts at 2pm on the third Wednesday of the month. Tickets are £4, and can be booked in advance. There is a cafe, why not have lunch beforehand or coffee and cake afterwards.
    We are an award winning drama school based in Hunstanton and King’s Lynn in Norfolk.  We teach children from 4 years old and adults too. JGDATA SUPERNOVAS sessions are for students of adult age - 18 and over. Each 2 hour session is designed and created…
    Keynote Concerts exits to promote keyboard entertainment of all types amongst music lovers, concert goers and instrument enthusiasts alike. Each month top ranking artistes appear and perform two hours of their kind of music using today’s state of the art instruments, and to warm appreciative…
    We meet every third Thursday of each month at the 12th King's Lynn Scout Group HQ. It is a new building, has low level access for wheelchairs and mobility scooters along with disabled facilities.  The hall is spacious to allow for free movement.  There is…
    The Community Cinema Club is an independent, not-for-profit, organisation for film enthusiasts in the area. It screens a varied programme of films that reflect the tastes and interests of its members. Screenings are usually on the second Thursday of the month at the Guildhall of St. George, King's Street,…
    The King's Lynn Literature Festivals are held during a single weekend in March (Fiction) and September (Poetry) each year. Its guiding principle is to present some of the best contemporary writers and poets in a congenial and informal setting. Contact during office hours, Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm…
    King's Lynn Online is an independent website that has been promoting King’s Lynn and West Norfolk since 1997. In addition to featuring a wealth of information about the area, it also has a useful 'Things To Do' section that contains details of many places to visit…
    King’s Lynn Operatic and Dramatic Society (KLODS) is a production-focused amateur dramatics group. Established in 1901, KLODS is one of West Norfolk’s oldest registered charities. The Society is based at the King’s Lynn Arts Centre, where it produces a spring musical and an autumn play.   
    The King's Lynn Players is a thriving amateur theatre group. It presents a play and a musical each year and also has a drama group and a young persons group. The Players are always looking for new members to take part in shows, help backstage…
    The 2019 Poetry Festival is booked in for 27-29 September. You can start reading up on these excellent poets:  Julia Copus, Sue Burge, Nick Drake, Helen Ivory and Tim Liardet.