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Sewing Workshop
Workshop: New Workshop!

Sewing Workshop

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.

20-25th October 2014, 10-1.30pm
Venue: Shakespeare Barn
Price: �£75 for six different sessions with local artists
Forthcoming
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
The Bridge That Tom Built
Performance: Directed by Joe Hufton

The Bridge That Tom Built

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.




25th September 2014, 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12/10
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
Pocket Dream
Performance: By Propeller Theatre Company

Pocket Dream

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.
Thursday 2nd October 2014, 10.30am
Venue: Guildhall Theatre - School Performance - Booking Form available!
Price: £12/10 £7.50 for Students
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
Call Mr Robeson
Performance:

Call Mr Robeson

Paul Robeson was a great and famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner.
12th October 2014, 4pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: £12/10
The Neil Diamond Story
Performance: The life of a legend in song....

The Neil Diamond Story

As Neil Diamond prepares to mark 50 years at the top of his profession, singer and guitarist Bob Drury, described as the UKs Voice of Neil, celebrates the life and work of this musical legend.

Superb, professional artist. You close your eyes and it could be the man himself. - James Tillet, Artistic Director, Astor Theatre, Deal


7.30pm 14 October 2014
Venue: Guildhall
Price: 12
Barter Party
Exhibition:

Barter Party

Do you have stacks of books cluttering your shelves or clothes that you no longer wear? One solution: The Barter Party! It’s very easy. 1 item donated = 1 ticket. 1 ticket = 1 new item of your choice (10 items maximum). No electrical items or perishables permitted.


An amazing evening of exchange. Books, jewellery, clothes, bric-abrac… well... whatever you want!

21th October 2014, from 5pm
Venue: Shakespeare Barn
Price: £3 Admission on the door
Kings Lynn Arts Centre Event
The Muddy Choir
Performance: By Jesse Briton

The Muddy Choir

The Muddy Choir is a story about boys growing up and the humanising power of music. Commissioned and produced by Theatre Centre, the play has been written by Jesse Briton to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
22nd October 2014, 1pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre - School Performance - Booking Form available!
Price: £10/ £6.50 for students
Felt Mania
Workshop: New Family Workshop

Felt Mania

Out of a fluffy ball of wool, you will discover secret technics of felt making and create your handmade picture. The Eastern Open exhibition will give you more inspiration than you need!
29th October 2014, 10.30am-1pm
Venue: Shakespeare Barn
Price: �£6.50 Adult/ £5.00 Children
Sand Sensation
Workshop: New Family Workshop!

Sand Sensation

Not far from the beach, is the Arts Centre! We will transport you in the sea world and see sand grains from a different point of view. Touch it, stick it, colour it, mix it and create wonderful and magical artworks!
30th October 2014, 10.30-1pm
Venue: Shakespeare Barn
Price: �£6.50 Adults £5.00 Children
Discovering 100 Years of Photography
Exhibition:

Discovering 100 Years of Photography

The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) holds one of the world’s foremost Collections of photography related to geographical discovery and exploration.
11th October - 1st November 2014,10-5pm
Venue: Old Warehouse
Price: Free Admission
The Ladykillers
Performance: Directed by Richard Abel

The Ladykillers

Posing as amateur musicians, the villainous Prof. Marcus and his gang rent rooms in the house of sweet but strict Mrs. Wilberforce. Unwittingly using her in Marcus’ heist job, the police are left stumped as Mrs Wilberforce becomes wise to the ruse. Marcus concludes that there is only one way to keep the old lady quiet. But who will be forced to face the music? Classic Ealing comedy hilariously adapted for stage by the writer of Father Ted.





Thursday 30 October – Saturday 1 November, Nightly 7.30pm
Venue: Guildhall Theatre
Price: Ticket £9.50 / £8.50 Concs -Early Bird: All tickets £8.50 before Oct. 1st 2014
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