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News & Upcoming Projects
Since 2012, King's Lynn Arts Centre has been involved with the Maison de la Culture d'Amiens as part of the European project Art, Cities and Landscapes. As part of a global objective of social cohesion and cultural identity reinforcement in the crossborder area, this project will also contribute to the enhancement of the living environment.
20.07.2015 - 25.09.2016
The deadline for receipt of entry forms for the Eastern Open 2014 has been extended until 5pm on Friday 12 September. This still allows time for the forms to be processed and the appropriate labels to be returned to the artist for submission.
Kings Lynn Arts Centre is seeking a General Manager responsible for the commercial development of Kings Lynn Arts Centre locally, regionally and nationally, enhancing its reputation as a popular and thriving Arts Centre.

The role will be focused on day to day business administration and finance, health and safety, risk assessment, security and sales, management of volunteers, work experiences and apprentices.

Now & Next
The Arts Centre is trying something new and would like you to join us. Every Saturday morning a sewing workshop will take place in the Red Barn giving you the opportunity to brush up on existing skills or learn new ones.

Places limited to 10 participants. Course not available separately. Book on 01553779095.

20.09.2014 - 25.10.2014
Mr Tom Payne, as he details his entire life from his poor relationship with his father up until his very last moments in France, America, England.  The words perfectly weave the historical facts, characters and even some historical speeches into the performance and the show is nothing if not perfectly researched.


Love and illusion collide in Shakespeare’s most magical play, featuring an all-male ensemble, when two pairs of lovers become entangled in fairy mischief on the eve of a Royal Wedding.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES EXTENDED UNTIL 5pm ON FRIDAY 12th SEPTEMBER. Now in its 45th year, the Eastern Open is one of the most long standing and largest regional art competitions of its kind! Notable because of its Selection Panel of national and international standing, it regularly attracts over 300 artists from 7 counties entering around 700 2D works that cover drawing, print, mixed media, painting, bas-relief and photography and offers a range of cash prizes.
11.10.2014 - 29.11.2014
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