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Hugh Broughton
Performance: Living on the Edge - Architecture in Antarctica

Hugh Broughton

A talk about technologies and design principles of the Halley VI Station and wider relevance to environmentally responsible development.

Presented by Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

Tuesday 10th March - 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £10, £8 RGS-IBG members & under 18s
Mr Turner
Performance: Film 12A

Mr Turner

Timothy Spall stars as painter J M W Turner in Mike Leigh’s exploration of the last 25 years of the life of this great, if eccentric, British painter.


Tuesday 10th March - 2.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £5
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
Jane Eyre
Performance: Blue Orange Theatre

Jane Eyre

The Blue Orange Theatre brings to the stage Charlotte Bronte’s immortal tale of a young woman’s courageous fight through injustice and hardship. It's a story that continues to inspire and enthrall over 150 years after its publication.

Wednesday 11th March – 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12 (£10)
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
All Roads lead to Rome
Performance: Chris Dobrowolski

All Roads lead to Rome

Chris Dobrowolski has lovingly repaired his family Triumph Herald Estate so that he can drive it from his childhood home in Braintree, Essex, to Rome via Turin where this quintessentially English car was designed.
Thursday 19th March – 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12 (£10)
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
The Worried Walrus
Performance: Odd Doll Theatre

The Worried Walrus

With a strong belief in all things bizarre the Odd Doll Theatre Company takes their inspiration from fairy tales, circus, music, dance and clowns.
Saturday 21st March – 4.00pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £9 (£6.50)
Deadly Nightcap
Performance: King’s Lynn Players present, by arrangement with Samuel French

Deadly Nightcap

Murder and mystery abound! Jack and Sarah Redford appear to be the perfect couple. However, Jack is secretly plotting to murder Sarah; but it is Jack who ends up dead! Almost everyone has a motive.. But who is the real killer?

Thursday 26th - Saturday 28th March (nightly) 7.30pm - Saturday 28 March matinee 2.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £10
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
Waiting for Stanley
Performance: Finger in the Pie and Greenwich Theatre

Waiting for Stanley

WAITING FOR STANLEY takes us back to 1945 and a railway station platform where a wife is anxiously waiting for her husband, Stanley, to return from the front. The train arrives full of homecoming soldiers but her Stanley doesn't appear...

Friday 10th April – 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12 (£10)
Arts Award Exhibition
Exhibition:

Arts Award Exhibition

Under the guidance of the King's Lynn Arts Centre, 20 young people from across West Norfolk have each been creating a portfolio of work to gain their Arts Awards at different levels. Arts Awards are nationally recognised qualifications which inspire participants to grow their arts and leadership talents and become acquainted with their local venue. Come and see what they have crafted and learned.
Saturday 21st March – Saturday 11th April
Venue: Red Barn
Price: Free Admission
Spadeworks 15 - Bob Catchpole
Exhibition:

Spadeworks 15 - Bob Catchpole

Proud of his Norfolk agricultural ancestry, Bob Catchpole's ironic sculptures are made from actual tools intriguingly modified by the artist to serve as a metaphor for man's relationship with landscape.
In the Middle Ages in Norfolk, much of the huge wealth that came from working the land was dedicated to the building of churches - and the masons and the agricultural labourers worked in tandem. Bob's sculptures aim to reconstruct the relationship between the landscape and the churches.

Saturday 21st March – Saturday 11th April
Venue: Fermoy Gallery
Price: Free Admission
Stroke Association
Exhibition: Showcasing the group's work

Stroke Association

King’s Lynn Arts Centre has once again joined forces with the Stroke Association for a series of workshops involving clay work, papier-mâché and painting. This exhibition showcases the group’s playful exploration of materials and techniques, but most importantly demonstrates art as an aid to recovery.

Saturday 21st March – Saturday 11th April
Venue: Shakespeare Barn
Price: Free Admission
The Project Room
Exhibition:

The Project Room

'What is the value of art?' This is the question we have asked a group of young artists hoping to further their art education. Through a series of workshops, The Project Room aims to create debate and broaden the student's perspectives of art's place in society. The final exhibition shows their responses to this topic through their own choice of visual arts.


Saturday 21st March – Saturday 11th April
Venue: Old Warehouse
Price: Free Admission
Michael Foyle & Maksim Stsura
Performance: Michael Foyle (violin) - Maksim Stsura (piano)

Michael Foyle & Maksim Stsura

Programme: Mozart Sonata for Violin and Piano K.379

Beethoven Sonata for Violin & Piano No.4 in A minor

Brahms Sonata Violin and Piano No.3 in D Op.108

Kreisler Tambourin chinois; Caprice viennois
Friday 17th April - 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £13, under 18s £6.50
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Performance: Box Tale Soup

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Create your own wonderland!
Join Alice on her remarkable journey in this new production to enchant all ages. Find magic in Wonderland, and make it safely home again. The only danger is, you may not want to leave!

Saturday 18th April – 2.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £9 (£6)
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
Casting the Runes
Performance: Box Tale Soup

Casting the Runes

Award winning Box Tale Soup present their chilling new show, an original adaptation of M.R. James' classic supernatural thriller, Casting the Runes.
Saturday 18th April – 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12 (£10)
Create Your Own Wonderland
Workshop:

Create Your Own Wonderland

Alice needn't be the only one to have adventures in Wonderland!

This is your chance to create a unique mini wonderland for your favourite small toy, figure or animal using your imagination. A palace for a princess, a toyshop for a teddy, a swamp for a stegosaurus - anything is possible!

Bring a toy no more than 15cm tall and take home a personalised playground! Don't forget to get tickets for the Alice's Adventures in Wonderland performance!
Saturday 18 April - 10.30am to 1pm
Venue: Shakespeare Barn
Price: £6.50 (£5) - book by calling 01553 779095
SISTER ACT
Performance: KLODS presents Sister Act, Directed by Kevin Shippey

SISTER ACT

Life for wannabe diva, Deloris Van Cartier, takes a surprising turn when she witnesses a crime. The cops hide her in the most unexpected of places – a covent! Deloris then finds her fellow sisters their voices, as unexpectedly as her own! A divine musical comedy and a sparkling tribute to friendship.
Directed By Kevin Shippey

Wednesday 22th – Saturday 25th April - 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12.50 / £11.50 concessions / EARLY BIRD: All tickets £11.50 until March 31st
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
A Strange Wild Song
Performance: Rhum and Clay

A Strange Wild Song

In northern France, in the Second World War, three children encounter a lost American soldier. When the soldier’s camera is unearthed decades later, his grandson searches for meaning through the photographs inside. He discovers a surreal world of childhood and imagination, as fragments of a half-developed war explode into the present-day.

Monday 27th April – 12.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12 (£10) | £6.50 Students
Puppet Workshop
Workshop:

Puppet Workshop

Come and make your own stick puppets and create a story to perform in our Applause Theatre. Use mixed media to build a puppet and backdrops or cut a silhouette for a shadow puppet play.
Don't forget to get tickets for Norwich Puppet Theatre's performance of Red Riding Hood which starts afterwards at 4pm in the Guildhall Theatre.
Saturday 9th May – 1.30pm
Venue: Galleries
Price: £6.50 (£5) - book by calling 01553 779095
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
Red Riding Hood
Performance: Peter O’Rourke

Red Riding Hood

Red Riding Hood is Norwich Puppet Theatre's exciting collaboration with acclaimed children's theatre director and designer, Peter O'Rourke.
The show is a lively re-telling of the traditional folktale drawing on the story’s origins in the oral tradition and versions by Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm. The performance combines inventive staging with a rich mix of puppetry and songs which will delight all ages.

Saturday 9th May – 4.00pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £9 (£6)
Bootleg Shadows
Performance:

Bootleg Shadows

Come along and have a great night of ‘Shadows’ music which is performed by ‘The Bootleg Shadows’ - an incredible tribute to the greatest instrumental group of all time. We can promise you a night to remember, full of their classic hits and memorable movements. Close your eyes and you will think you are listening to the real thing!
Saturday 16th May - 7:30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £15 (£14) | £6.50 for Students and Under 16s
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