MON 11 - SUN 17 MARCH
Lots of fun things to do this week in Norfolk.
A Celebration Of Norfolk Produce Scolt Head Supper, The White Horse, Brancaster Staithe, Tues 12th March
The White Horse at Brancaster is one of our go-to foodie destinations and they’re serving up an absolute treat: a five-course menu that celebrates the best of local produce, with wines from Enotria & Coe and Ben Keeley from Barsby Produce as guest speaker. We’re feeling hungry at the thought.
Book tickets for £37.50 (£55 with wine pairing)
Kiss me, Help! I Hate You, Norwich Arts Centre, Weds 13th March
Three women, three stages of life, one pub…Jemima Foxtrot narrates tales of love, life and alcohol through every possible medium. Imagine a girly gossip in your local and then put it on the stage. Tempted? We are!
Book tickets (Pay What You Can Afford)
Afternoon Tea, Holkham Hall, Thurs 14th March
What could be better than afternoon tea? Afternoon tea in the beautiful surrounds of Holkham Hall, of course! Dine on finger sandwiches and scrummy cakes whilst relaxing in The Courtyard Cafe with a cup of your favourite loose-leaf teas. Yum.
Book tickets for £19.95
Meet the Vineyard owners, The Grove Hotel, Fri 16th March
Get to know your Chianti from your Pinot with a grown up evening of wine tasting (not glugging) at The Grove hotel. Expert wine producers – Roberta and Lidia have flown in from their Famiglia Buccelletti vineyard, in the Tuscan valley of Valle di Chio and will take you through their selection of carefully crafted wines as you sample the hotels new spring menu.
Book tickets £70 includes 7 courses and a five glass flight of wine!
Julian Clary: Born To Mince, King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, Fri 15th March
The original Queen of Camp, Julian Clary, brings his unforgettable brand of loveable smut to King’s Lynn in his new show. If you’re easily offended, this isn’t the show for you, but for everyone else, prepare to be wonderfully shocked by his wicked wit and extracts from his new memoir. Oh, I say!
Book tickets from £24.50
The Show Must Go On, Wells Maltings, Fri 15th March
If you’re a fan of musical theatre, look no further than Wells Maltings and a show that features more than 50 songs from over 30 different musicals. It’s narrated by Norfolk favourite, Helen McDermott and it’ll have you singing along before you know it.
Book tickets from £14
Electric Swing Circus, The Open, Norwich, Sat 16th March
Ladies and Gentlemen, hold onto your hats – The Electric Swing Circus is coming to town! A live 6-piece fusion of saucy 20’s swing and stomping electro beats, this sounds like an uber cool night out.
Book tickets – £10 – £15
Yoga in the Woods, Whitlingham Broad, Trowse, Sat 16th March
Celebrate the Spring Equinox by getting at one with nature. Yoga and pilates plus a cleansing fire ceremony with toasting food sticks for dessert. Kids welcome!
Book tickets – £10 Adult + 1 Child (+£5 per additional child)
The Star Seekers, Sheringham Little Theatre, Sat 16th March
Take your little people on an adventure to outer space with this family-friendly show from The Star Seekers. Explore the universe, save a space station and defy gravity whilst singing along with Alph, Betty and Gammo. Perfect for anyone who has ever dreamed of being an astronaut – or wished upon a star…
Book tickets for £8
Wedding Open Morning, Holkham Hall, Sat 16th March
If you’re planning on getting married in the near (or distant!) future, you may just have found your perfect venue. Explore the different options that Holkham Hall offers whilst enjoying a celebratory glass of bubbles. Cheers!
Everybody’s talking about Jamie, Cinema City (Screen Art), Norwich Sun 17th March
Do you remember the BBC 3 doc about the boy who went to his prom in a dress? Well, that’s Jamie and he caused quite a stir and now a west end musical is telling his story!
Cinema City is screening this brilliant musical about the adversity and bullying Jamie faced at school, as well as the incredible love between a mother and her son.
Book tickets £10-17.50 (members only)