• Norfolk Symphony Orchestra Opens its 2018/19 Season With Remembrance and Hope Concert

      Norfolk Symphony Orchestra opens its 2018/19 season with a concert of Remembrance and Hope on the centenary of the Armistice at St Nicholas’ Chapel, King’s Lynn. Musical Director Phillip Hesketh will be conducting pieces which have been carefully considered to balance the day both with respect and hope for the future. The programme will take the ...
  • Britain’s Got Talent is Back as Auditions Head to King’s Lynn

    Britain’s Got Talent is Back as Auditions Head to King’s Lynn for the 13th Series.The nation’s favourite talent show is hitting the road once again on its search to find talented acts for our brand-new series. This year, the Britain’s Got Talent team is coming to the Corn Exchange in King’s Lynn on Tuesday 9 October ...
  • Sleeping Beauty Makes Her Way to Panto (Oh, yes she does!)

    The Princess is searching for happiness, Evil Carabosse is searching for revenge, Chester the Jester is searching for someone to laugh at his terrible jokes and Dame Nellie Night Nurse is searching for a man… in the two front rows! You won’t want to miss this little beauty of a panto that’s set to hit ...
  • PRIDE Heads to King’s Lynn

        On Saturday 18th August PRIDE heads to King’s Lynn Kicking off with a parade through the town at 1pm launched by the glambolic Titania Trust, the event then moved to The Walks where from 1.30pm there will be live entertainment, guest talks, stalls and more For more information and updates head to klwnpride.com
  • Predator Cinema Screening

      The West Norfolk Science Fiction and Fantasy Film Club is proud to present John McTiernan’s science fiction / action / horror masterpiece… Predator. Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as the leader of a paramilitary rescue team who comes face to face with the predator in the South American jungle. Why not join in celebrating this 80’s sci-fi classic, as ...
  • New public art festival to light up King’s Lynn this winter

    A new public art festival to light up King’s Lynn this winter A brand new festival combining live performance, projection and augmented reality, is set to take place in King’s Lynn this winter, thanks to a £49,000 grant from the Arts Council England. Following on from Collusion’s successful interactive showcase in September 2017, the Borough Council ...
  • Festival Too Fringe

    For the first time it it’s 33 year history, Festival Too has launched its first ‘Fringe’ events. Showcasing stand up poets, comedy, storytelling and more, the events take place from 28th June – 15th July. THU 28 JUN NIP & GROWLER, 7:30P £20 per team MUSIC QUIZ Let’s get quizzical!! Do come along to the Festival Too Pub Quiz at The ...
  • 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 ...