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At King’s Lynn Arts Centre we are committed to embedding environmental sustainability at the heart of our business, both in our own ethos and in our commercial interactions externally. As an organization we intend to raise awareness in our audience and to lead by example so as to evidence sustainability to unlock new funding sources.
11.04.2015
We are now looking for new volunteers who are willing to give their time in the KLACT garden to recreate this colourful and peaceful space that visitors will be able to enjoy this summer!
04.04.2015
KLACT received Social European Funding for its new project based on textile!

This project is supported by TCHC.
28.02.2015
On Friday 13 February a group of West Norfolk Young People embarked on an exciting visit led by by King’s Lynn Arts Centre’s Assistant Director, Elise Prosniewski, to Adfir - a host organisation in Réunion. The project was funded by Erasmus +. The Arts Centre has applied for funding for a return visit to King’s Lynn in August.

Liam Briscoe, King’s Lynn Arts Centre’s European & Education Awareness Intern, is providing us with a daily blog detailing the ten day trip.
13.02.2015
Now & Next
RSC Music Director, Bruce O’Neil and actor/ director Chris Luscombe present songs for Shakespeare’s plays not heard outside Stratford since the original productions for which they were written. A unique collection that highlights the fascinating stories of composers working for the RSC since the opening of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in 1879. The performance is set against the perfect backdrop of the largest surviving medieval guildhall in England, where Shakespeare is reputed to have performed 422 years ago.

Sponsored by Kate & Adrian Parker

13.07.2015
Following his sell-out lecture in 2013, the hugely popular art historian and broadcaster makes a welcome return to the Festival to talk about how history has influenced the art, architecture and culture of the Low Countries.
15.07.2015
Following his sell-out lecture in 2013, the hugely popular art historian and broadcaster makes a welcome return to the Festival to talk about how history has influenced the art, architecture and culture of the Low Countries.
15.07.2015
Biographical drama directed by Robert Altman. Distinctive camerawork and fine performances give a compelling and intimate view of the relationship between the obsessive, brilliant and unrecognised Vincent Van Gogh (Tim Roth) and his art dealer brother Theodore (Paul Rhys).

Shown in partnership with the King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club

138 mins (1990)
15.07.2015
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