• Bank House Host Two FREE Thursday Late Night Jazz Events in Kings Lynn

    As part of King’s Lynn Festival, Bank House Hotel are hosting two of the UK’s brightest young swinging jazz talents. Thursday July 19th On July 19th JBGB Events present the saxophone and guitar music of the Harry Greene Trio, out of Norfolk and now studying at the Royal Academy of Music, already playing in London’s top jazz ...
  • Norfolk Symphony Orchestra Concert – Impressionist France

      Norfolk Symphony Orchestra is bringing the vivid colours and sounds of French Impressionist music to St. Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn on Sunday 25th March. This fabulous era of music focuses on mood and atmosphere and breaks many of the traditional rules of counterpoint and harmony; it generates strong feelings and thoughts that make it ...
  • TrashArt – Jan Eric Visser Exhibition – Groundwork Gallery

      TrashArt works in sculpture and assemblage by Jan Eric Visser. GroundWork’s spring-season exhibition features the work of Jan Eric Visser. Based in Rotterdam, Visser is an artist deeply concerned about depletion of the earth’s resources. Plus: Upstairs at GroundWork includes works about waste, landfill, plastics by Henry/Bragg and Gina Glover, and lots of jewellery. Jan Eric Visser ...
  • Giovanni Pernice: Born To Win Tour

    Strictly Come Dancing finalist Giovanni Pernice is to stage the finale of his 56-date national tour at the 2018 King’s Lynn Festival in partnership with Alive Leisure.  Born to Win, a spectacular featuring seven world-class professional dancers, will be staged at the Corn Exchange on July 18. Strictly Come Dancing professional, Giovanni Pernice, will be heading ...
  • Three of Music’s Finest – Norfolk Symphony Orchestra

    Norfolk Symphony Orchestra is presenting works by three of the finest composers that have ever lived in their first concert of 2018. Works by Beethoven, Mozart and Mendelsohn are on the programme which will be performed at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Sunday 21st January at 3.30pm. Beethoven’s Egmont overture will open the concert, a ...
  • Festival Too Returns for 2018

    Save the dates! Festival Too will return for its 33rd year in 2018 with three weekends full of entertainment. Head on over to festivaltoo.co.uk for all the updates  
  • Toby Winteringham Exhibition Launches at Tim Clayton Jewellery

    Toby Winteringham Exhibition Launches at Tim Clayton Jewellery Friday 17th November sees the launch of King’s Lynn based furniture designer, Toby Winteringham’s exhibition at Tim Clayton Jewellery on Chapel Street. Toby’s use of clean lines and creative use of original marquetry enables bold statements to be made with his pieces. The exhibition runs until Christmas. Find out more about ...
  • Harry Potter – History of Magic, Heads to King’s Lynn

    Harry Potter: A history of Magic – Thursday 9th until Tuesday 21st November Have you ever wanted to delve into Divination, ponder the peculiarities of Potions and discover magical creatures? Then head to the King’s Lynn Library  and check out The Harry Potter: A History of Magic regional display. The displays have been created in association ...
  • The Composer is Dead! – Norfolk Symphony Orchestra Production

      Film music from Star Wars, Bridge over the River Kwai, Schindler’s List, Out of Africa and Sea Hawk, and introducing… The Composer is Dead, a rollicking musical whodunit, by Lemony Snicket Narrator Charlie Hotson. Musical Director Philip Hesketh Who’s up for a good old-fashioned whoddunit? This time though it is the members of the orchestra that are ...
  • Cambridge Science – King’s Lynn Roadshow

    From Sunday 22nd – Sunday 29th October join the COSMOS Roadshow at the King’s Lynn Arts Centre.   Get hands-on with exhibits and activities all about the wonders of space, plenty for all the family to enjoy!   Drop in to Shakespeare Barn, King’s Lynn Arts Centre, 29 King St, King’s Lynn, PE30 1HA   Open: 10am -4pm (Monday-Saturday) 11am -4pm ...