PUBLISHED: 16:18 25 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:11 30 June 2010
HUNDREDS of pictures by more than 50 artists will go on sale in the Potter Heigham Easter Art Exhibition in April at the village hall. The pictures are presented by professionals including Alwyn and June Crawshaw, Keith Nash, Reg Siger and Sandra Pond among well-known semi-professionals and amateurs.
HUNDREDS of pictures by more than 50 artists will go on sale in the Potter Heigham Easter Art Exhibition in April at the village hall. The pictures are presented by professionals including Alwyn and June Crawshaw, Keith Nash, Reg Siger and Sandra Pond among well-known semi-professionals and amateurs. The exhibition, now in its 17th year, has seen sales increase from £1000 in its first year to over £7000 last year with 20pc donated to local good causes. It is held over the weekend beginning April 3, 10am to 5pm. Admission is 50p for adults, children are free.
Zumba has come to Great Yarmouth. Billed as Latin dance fitness but with fun and a party atmosphere, anyone aged 15 and over can join in, wearing comfortable clothes and trainers, preferably ones with not too much grip. Sessions start soon at Cliff Park High school on Monday between 7.30pm and 8.30pm and next Saturday, March 27 between 2pm-3pm and at Cobholm Community Centre, on March 30 - 10am-11am. Contact Rachel on 01493 440802, or 07814 282275, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medium Donna Stewart will visit Martham Spiritual Group on Tuesday for an Evening of Clairvoyance. She has appeared on TV's Sixth Sense, Psychic Detective and Psychic Private Eye. Evening of clairvoyance are held monthly with development classes taking place weekly on Tuesdays. Tickets for Tuesday's village hall event at 7.30pm are £6 and for more details call 01493 748005 or visit www.marthamspiritual group.co.uk
Money will be raised in aid of Help for Heroes at a live charity concert being held at The Kingfisher Bar, Burgh Castle this Monday. As well as performances from the Sky High Showband and The Re-Union band among others, there will also be an auction and raffle. The event kicks off at 8pm, and tickets cost £5. Contact The Kingfisher Bar on 01502 582071 for more information.
A Treasure Trail at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden over Easter weekend between April 2-5 from 10am to 5pm daily and competitors have the chance to win an Easter Egg. The garden is open daily all year, 10am to 5pm (closed Christmas Day), also open Wednesday and Thursday until 9pm from May to the end of August. Admission charges: adult £5, concessions £4.50 and child £2.50, under fives free; dogs welcome on leads (25p charge for pooper-scooper). For more information, visit www.fairhavengarden.co.uk.
The Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft plays host to interactive murder mystery Backstage Slaughter on Thursday, 15 and Friday, April 16. Events take a tragic turn when a member of the production crew is killed in what a first seems a tragic accident.
Detective Inspector Roberts must wade through the evidence and use the audience's opinions to discover the identity of the killer.
If you're an avid fan of Midsomer Murders or Poirot - join in as The Coastal Players perform their deadly play. Bring a notebook and pen to aid your investigation or simply observe in the comfortable knowledge that it won't be you spending the night behind bars. Tickets, £8/£7 concessions, are available from the Seagull Theatre on 01502 589726 or www.TheSeagull.co.uk
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