Would you like to take part in a European youth exchange, travel across the channel and beyond, meet French people and realise a cultural project all together?
In 2014, the Réunion Island is ready to welcome you and is expecting to discover King’s Lynn!
28.01.2015 - 28.01.2016
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 Landscape”. 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.
28.01.2015 - 28.01.2016
At a presentation hosted by the Mayor in her Parlour at the Town Hall today, the King's Lynn Arts Centre Trust were presented with a generous donation from the King's Lynn Town Guides. They joined other local organisations lucky enough to benefit from this benevolent gesture.
Happy New Year and Meilleurs voeux!
We are really delighted to present you our new brochure now available in the website! Just download it!
We do hope that you will enjoy the programme we have put together for you! We look forward to seeing you very soon!
The King's Lynn Players proudly present Ben Elton and Richard Curtis' comedic masterpiece: Blackadder Goes Forth. Set in 1917 in the trenches of World War 1. Blackadder promises an evening of sarcasm, wit, and, of course, cunning plans!
13.03.2014 - 15.03.2014
Heart of the Hero - the remarkable women behind polar exploration by Kari Herbert
Author Kari Herbert presents a fascinating insight into the lives of some of the world's most famous polar explorers through the eyes of the women who inspired them to achieve great things.
After only twelve weeks of workshops with artists Diana
Stickley and Karin Forman, a dozen participants from the Stroke Association have overcome individual challenges and will be exhibiting their creations in the Old Warehouse. Most have no previous training, but their sensitive drawings, painting, felt and jewellery belie that and are an inspiration!
22.03.2014 - 29.03.2014
A unique opportunity to see a fascinating array of cherished pictures, sculptures, objects and artefacts from private collections.
These ordinary people share their stories and anecdotes of how they acquired the pieces, but remain anonymous. The collectors are as diverse as their collections and some more modest objects are as precious to their owners as those of higher value, but what is common to all is their passion for collection.
22.03.2014 - 10.05.2014