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MON 8 - SUN 14 OCT 2018

Things to do in Norfolk ……..

Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow, The Forum, Norwich, Mon 8th – Wed 10th October

It’s been hare-trail-tastic this summer but sadly the GoGo Hares are GoGoing home to their auction winning burrows. This is your final chance to see all them in one place plus meet the artists, see two new hares that weren’t on the trail and be in with a chance of winning your very own Hare – crikey, where would you put it?

Buy tickets £0-£10 (under 3’s free)


Finding Joy, Sheringham Little Theatre,  Wed 10th October

If you’re looking for a production that will make you hold your sides with laughter whilst you wipe away the tears, then this award-winning masterpiece of mask theatre will leave you filled with joy.  Sheringham Little Theatre addresses the subject of dementia through comedy and pathos in a heartwarming tale of family values.

Book tickets for £10.00


Twiglets Toddler Group, Holkham Hall, Thurs 11th October

Twiglets is a fun-filled way for parents and toddlers to venture outdoors and interact with nature, all in the glorious surroundings of Holkham Hall. Get out, get muddy and get twiggy!

Book tickets for £15.00 (includes a drink and a snack)


Flawless: Chase The Dream, The Reboot, King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, Thurs 11th October

Flawless are back with another electrifying performance! Pulsating dance and jaw-dropping acrobatics will take you on a journey through an Intergalactic struggle in the Realm Of Dreams as the troupe demonstrate, yet again, why they have two World Dance Championships titles to their name. Unmissable stuff.

Book tickets for £26.50


The Glorious Glowing Lantern Parade, BeWILDerwood, Sat 13th – Wed 31st October

bewilder wood lantern parade

Promising to be the most fabulous, fantastical event of the year – The Glorious Glowing Lantern Parade! Dress in your most spooktacular costumes, wander through the woods at dusk and see if you can spot the night time inhabitants – eeeek! Lantern making in the Big Hat, plus all the usual zip wire and tree house treats!

Book tickets £8.50 – £15.50


Porkstock, Norfolk Showground, Norwich, Sat 13th October  

food cooking demonstration hay bales pigs

Who doesn’t love a cheeky sausage? Porkstock is back with there pork themed celebration of local food producers! Demos from award winning chefs Richard Hughes (Assembly House), Roger Hickman (Hickman’s)  and Richard Bainbridge(Benedicts). Plus lots of family activities for the kids including a sausage eating competition – I’m game!

If you’re in the mood for a pork party (sorry), stay into the evening for bands – Cut Capers and Agent Orange plus DJs and more food and drink!

Book tickets for the evening session for £21.67 (all profits go to Nelson’s Journey). Daytime – FREE.


Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair, St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich, Sun 14th October  

yellow pink grey brown vintage leather jackets

Lou Lou’s has been the winner of the Best Vintage Fair at the National Vintage Awards for the past three years, and with stall upon stall of true and reproduction vintage clothes, accessories and homeware, it’s not hard to see why. Tea and cake from Biddy’s, entertainment and a pop-up hair salon from Hairaid Shelter.

Tickets  £2.50 on the door; under-12s go free

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