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King's Lynn Arts Centre

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29 King Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HA
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Anna Mudeka - Kure Kure Faraway

Kure Kure/Faraway is a new theatre piece devised by Anna Mudeka and a team of associate artists.  Described as a tale of ancestors, identity, atavism, diaspora and DNA, this engaging performance will showcase haunting vocals, highly accomplished mbira playing, dancing and drumming accompanied by multi-media visuals.

Fri 25 Oct

£12

The Creation

Taal-Rasa-Bhava Dance Academy is going to stage an Indian classical dance form portraying a story of creation which has been evolved through the miracle of nature and human beliefs. In the beginning, we believe God created the heaven and the earthand the earth was without form, and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And then nature showed its marvel and created a wonderful world for all of us.  Please come and enjoy the journey together with rhythms.

Sat 25 Jan

£16

Gordon Buchanan: Animal Families & Me

Gordon Buchanan: Animal Families and Me

Wildlife presenter and cameraman Gordon Buchanan, best known for his hugely popular BBC series Animal Family and Me, talks about some of his most challenging expeditions.

Sat 23 Nov

£20

Onyx Brass Quintet

Niall Keatley (Trumpet), Alan Thomas (Trumpet), Andrew Sutton (Horn), Amos Miller (Trombone), David Gordon Shute (Tuba) continue to be leading lights in establishing the brass quintet as a medium for serious chamber music, inspired by the pioneering early years of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble.

Sun 27 Oct

£14

The Railway Children

Join the award-winning King’s Lynn Players in a delightful adaptation of E Nesbit’s timeless and charming story The Railway Children.

Thu 19 Mar

£10 (£8; Children £8; Family £8)

Fri 20 Mar

£10 (£8; Children £8; Family £8)

Sat 21 Mar

£10 (£8; Children £8; Family £8)

Ruddigore

Ruddigore finds Gilbert and Sullivan in an English Pastoral mood with some of Sullivan's most memorable and attractive music

Thu 6 Feb

£14 (£12.50; Children £6; Students £6)

Fri 7 Feb

£14 (£12.50; Children £6; Students £6)

Sat 8 Feb

£14 (£12.50; Children £6; Students £6)

Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

Shakespeare’s well known, funny and popular comedy.  The original Twelfth Night in around 1601 starred King’s Lynn’s very own Robert Armin (1565- 1615) so where better to enjoy Twelfth Night from the exciting Watlington Players, than the Guildhall, a place where Shakespeare himself may have performed.  Directed by Ian Gooda; Twelfth Night has some of Shakespeare’s most quoted lines: “If music be the food of love play on” and “Some are born great; some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them."

Fri 8 Nov

£11 (£10; Children £8; Students £8)

The Show Must Go On

Brand new show!

Sat 18 Apr

£16 (£14; Children £14)

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