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PUBLISHED: 18:50 17 March 2011

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FRIDAY, 18/03/2011

EVENTS

CANTLEY. British Sugar Social Club: Annual coffee morning, with stalls, tombola, raffle, books, cakes, etc… all funds raised to Quidenham Children’s Hospice.

GORLESTON. Kingfisher Room at the Seagulls Sure Start Children’s Centre: Healthy Start baby café, providing help and information for breastfeeding parents, 1pm-3pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Priory Centre: Ageless Opportunities over 25s ‘youth club’ for the unemployed looking for work, 2pm-4pm.

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: How to Dig up a Tyrannosaurus Rex, talk with Dr David Waterhouse, curator of natural history, Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service, 11.30am £2.25 includes tea/coffee, includes admission to current exhibition or free with museum admission: £4.50/concs £3.80/young person (4-16) £3.30/adult in family group £3.91.

HEMSBY. Village Hall. Prize bingo, raffle, refreshments, twizzles, tombola, doors open 6.30pm eyes down 7.30pm.

KESSINGLAND. Sports and Social Club: Table tennis, 7.30-9.30pm £2 including refreshments.

LOWESTOFT. Kirkley Centre, 154 London Road South: Macmillan Cancer Support course, helping people living with cancer to get the most out of life, 1.30-4pm, details enquiries@angliacancernet.work.nhs.uk.

OULTON BROAD. St Mark’s Church Centre, Bridge Road: Sugar Craft East demonstration, 7.30pm £3.50.

PORINGLAND. Buena Vista Social Club, Community Centre: Bollywood and curry night, supper and film £6, film only £4, supper at 7pm, film 8pm, booking essential by March 13 on 01508 494358 or 01508 492630.

FITNESS

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Keep fit for women, 9.30am, 01493 701583 (Sarah).

CAISTER. Caister Youth Centre: Chair based exercise, 1.30-2.30pm, £2.50.

GREAT YARMOUTH.

Fitness 2000, Southtown road: seated exercise with the MS Society, 11am-noon, £2.50 (bus nos, 8,8A).

SHOWS

BECCLES. Hungate Church: Up Out O’ The Sea by Eastern Angles Theatre Company - tale of laughter and tears, 7.30pm £7.95-£8.95, 01502 712366.

LODDON. Loddon Mill Arts, Mill House: St Patrick’s Day comedy evening, bar, 7.30pm £10, 01508 521800 and Rosy Lee’s Tea Rooms.

LOWESTOFT. Marina Theatre, The Marina: Up Pompeii — Comedy, 7.30pm £18.50/concs £17.50, 01502 533200.

GIGS

KESSINGLAND. Country Music Club, The Hut: Bonny Diamond, 8-11.15pm £5.

LOWESTOFT. Seagull Theatre, Morton Road: Horses Brawl (Celtic), 7.30pm £7, 01502 589726.

WROXHAM. Hotel Wroxham: Hi Definition (50’s-70’s), 7pm.

DANCES

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Dimensions School of Dance and Entertainment, 4.15pm, 07990 877770 (Caroline).

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Line with East Coast Liners, improvers and intermediates 8-9.30pm, 01502 562953.

GILLINGHAM. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin classes, advanced 7.15pm, intermediates 8.30pm £4.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Conservative Club, Market Gates: Salsa Alegria class, 8.15-10.30pm, 07710 205557 (Steve).

Conservative Club, Market Gates: Salsa Alegria class, 7.30 to 8.30pm, 07710 205557 (Steve).

WALCOTT. Village Hall: Tea dance with Roger, 2-4pm.

Village Hall, Happisburgh Road: Ballroom and Latin tea dance, live music by Roger, 2-4pm, 01692 651798.

WROXHAM. Church Hall, Norwich Road: English country dancing, 7.30pm £3, 01692 404447.

SALES

BECCLES. Quaker Hall, Smallgate: Beccles Country Market, 9.30-11am.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Fund-raising day, table top jumble sale, books, baby goods, toys, tarot readings, raffles, refreshments, 2.30-4.30pm; proceeds to Air Ambulance.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The Swan House Restaurant, New Market: 01502 713474.

Moira Hazel, vibrant paintings, (to Apr 5).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay: 01493 850698.

Nelson’s Women: Philanderer or Family Man? (to Nov 2012, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm).

The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade.

Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists, (to June, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: 01493 743930.

Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea, (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm).

SATURDAY, 19/03/2011

EVENTS

BECCLES. Quaker Hall, Smallgate: Wherries and Waterways, historic film show featuring footage from the East Anglian Film Archive, light refreshments 7pm £7 adv/£8 on night, tickets 01692 630674; proceeds to Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust.

CANTLEY. British Sugar Social Club: Charity coffee morning, stalls, tombola, raffle, books, cakes, bric-a-brac, nearly new, 10am-2pm; proceeds to Quidenham Children’s Hospice and Air Ambulance.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Mosque, Northgate Street: Salaam Women’s Group meeting, 2pm.

LOWESTOFT. MENCAP offices, Suffolk Road: Charity tea and tarot day, three mediums available, refreshments, tombola, 10am-4pm £7.50/under 15s free, proceeds to MENCAP.

Salvation Army, Church Hall, Carlton Road: Dyslexia School for ages 7-16, 10.30am-12.

SHOWS

LOWESTOFT. Marina Theatre, The Marina: Up Pompeii — Comedy, 2.30pm and 7.30pm £18.50/concs £17.50/matinee all seats £12, 01502 533200.

CONCERTS

SOUTH WALSHAM. Village Hall: Dance the Decades with Nine out of Ten Cats and Sutton Jazz Quartet, fundraising concert, bar and raffle, 7.30 for 8pm £5/concs £3.50, tickets from Acle Post Office and Fairhaven Water Gardens.

THORPE END. St David’s Church, Plumstead Road: An Evening with Gilbert and Sullivan presented by East Norfolk Operatic Society, refreshments, 7.30pm £8.50, tickets available from Thorpe End Post Office 01603 433211, 01603 270090 and on the door; proceeds to church funds.

GIGS

ACLE. Bridge Inn: Coracle Irish Folk Band, 7.30pm.

BECCLES. Caxton Club: Joe Bloggs, 8.30pm.

BLOFIELD HEATH. Two Friends: Mustang Sally, 8.30pm.

BRUNDALL. Ram: Rob Charles, 8.30pm.

COLTISHALL. Railway: Bleaky and The Bopcats (fun rock), 8.30pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Allens’ Bar, Greyfriars’ Way: P P Dog (solo acoustic alt indie/rock/folk), 9pm.

HEMSBY. Club Oasis: Lou and the Diamonds (50s/60s), 8.30pm.

Seadell Bar, St Thomas’ Road: Memphis Index, 8.30pm.

RAVENINGHAM. Raveningham Centre, Beccles Road: New folk and traditional music night, all singers and players of traditional music welcome, 7.30-10.30pm.

SEA PALLING. Reefs Bar: Killer Tomatoes, 8.30pm.

WROXHAM. Masonic Hall, Norwich Road: Old Codgers, licensed bar, bring your own supper, dancing, raffle, 7.30-10pm £7.50; proceeds to Wroxham Church fund.

DANCES

ACLE. Recreation Centre: Big band dance.

Recreation Centre, Bridewell Lane: We’ll Meet Again with the Jonathan Wyatt Big Band, wartime refreshments, raffle, bar, 40’s dress, 8pm £15, tickets only, 01603 713714.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Northgate Hospital Social Club: Social, sequence and ballroom, refreshments, all welcome, 7.30-10.30pm £2.50, details 01692 403591.

Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road: Children’s ballroom and Latin American dance classes, 1.45-2.45pm, £3, contact 01493 445767.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Toddlers Ballet 10am, Junior Ballet 11am, Beginners Tap 12pm, phone charlotte on 01502 732048.

REEDHAM. Village Hall: Charity barn dance, professional dance caller, hoe-down dinner, raffle, bar and tombola, 7pm £10/children £7.50, proceeds to Climb Kili 4 Kids challenge in aid of Childreach International.

SALES

ASHMANHAUGH. Preston Room: Jumble sale, 10am to 12noon 50p; proceeds to Preston Room.

BECCLES. Beccles Heliport, Ellough Airfield, B1127: Farmers’ market, 30 stalls, 9am-1pm.

FILBY. Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens: Farmers’ market, 9am-1pm.

LUDHAM. Norwich Road: Jumble, 2.30pm; proceeds to charity.

STALHAM. The Swan car park: Mini market, 9am-12.

Town Hall: Farmers’ market, 9am-12.

WROXHAM. Church Hall: Jumble, 11am-1pm 30p.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The Swan House Restaurant, New Market: 01502 713474.

Moira Hazel, vibrant paintings, (to Apr 5).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay: 01493 850698.

Nelson’s Women: Philanderer or Family Man? (to Nov 2012, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm).

The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade.

Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists, (to June, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: 01493 743930.

Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea, (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm).

FITNESS

BRADWELL. Mill Lane Community Centre: Chinto karate group with fourth dan instructor Tracy Pillar, 5yrs to adult, 5.45-6.45pm.

SUNDAY, 20/03/2011

EVENTS

BACTON. Village Hall, Coast Road: Bacton Breakfast Club in aid of local charities, a get-together with fresh cooked food, Sunday papers, book swap, plant stall, 9-11.30am.

BELTON. John Green Institute, Station Road South: Illustrated talk on the history of witchcraft with Maureen James, 2.30pm £3.

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Refresh, simple non-denominational worship, refreshments, 6.30-9pm, 01493 700544 (Pam). Sonseekers Christian-based club for ages 3-11, 10-11.30am, 01493 700544 (Pam).

GORLESTON. Yacht pond: Gorleston Model boat club, visitors welcome, 10am.

HORSTEAD. Tithe Barn, Rectory Road: Family fun church, activities, informal worship and shared tea, 3-5pm donations welcome.

HOVETON. Hoveton Hall Gardens: Daffodil Sundays, spectacular display of daffodils, tearooms open, 10.30am-5pm £6.50/children over 4 £3.

MULBARTON. Social Club: Cash bingo, raffle, 7 for 7.30pm.

STRUMPSHAW. RSPB Fen: Garden for Wildlife Workshop, two-hour workshop to pick up tips for attracting bees, butterflies, birds and other wildlife to your garden, suitable for adults only 10.30am-12.30pm £5/concs £3, booking essential, 01603 715191.

GIGS

WALCOTT. Poacher’s Pocket: Coracle Irish Folk Band, 12.

DANCES

BECCLES. Bear and Bells, Old Market: Jitterbug and swing class, 6.30pm 07710 205557 (Steve).

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: kidz dancing 10 till noon.

MARTHAM. Village Hall, White Street: Salsa exercise, 6.45-7.30pm, Zumba beginners 7.30-8.15pm, booking essential, 07716 062364 (Vienna).

RACKHEATH. Village Hall: Social dance and buffet, 7-10.30pm £7.50, contact 07526 883776 or 07538 801813.

SALES

LUDHAM. Village Hall: Table top, setting up from 8am, public 9am £3 per table, 01692 678618, proceeds from table fee only to East Anglia Air Ambulance.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The Swan House Restaurant, New Market: 01502 713474.

Moira Hazel, vibrant paintings, (to Apr 5).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay: 01493 850698.

Nelson’s Women: Philanderer or Family Man? (to Nov 2012, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: 01493 743930.

Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea, (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm).

FITNESS

BRADWELL. Bradwell Community Centre, Mill Lane: Chinto karate lessons, 10.30-11.30am.

MARTHAM. Village Hall: Salsacise dance exercise class, 6.45-7.30pm, Zumba dance fitness class, 7.30-8.15pm, 07716062364.

MONDAY, 21/03/2011

EVENTS

CANTLEY. Village Hall: gd2cu, free cuppa and chat, 10am-12. Whist drive, 7.45pm, 01493 700734 (Ellen).

CHEDGRAVE. All Saints’ Church: Monday Mardle coffee morning, 10am-12.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Community Library: Friendship Club, 10am-12, 01493 844551/842279.

KESSINGLAND. Sports and Social Club: Table tennis and short tennis, 2-4pm £2.50 including refreshments.

LOWESTOFT. Trinity Methodist Church, Park Road: Community café, home-baked cakes, 9am-12.

MULBARTON. Village Hall: Ward-robes Fashion Show, 7.30pm £2 door or 01508 570866, includes glass of wine.

NEATISHEAD. Victory Hall: Nordic walking, with Robbie, 10.30-11.30am £2, booking essential unless you have your own poles, 01263 516305.

TROWSE. White Horse: Norwich Coin and Medal Society AGM, followed by cameo talks, 7.30pm.

FITNESS

BECCLES. Sports Centre: Shape Up! Exercise class, 7-8pm and 8-9pm, details 01508 548142.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Keep Fit 50+, 7.30pm.

NEATISHEAD. Village Hall: Gym, 10am-2.45pm, £1.50.

GIGS

BECCLES. Swan House: Katwalk (eclectic mix of pop, soul, jazz/swing) with vocalist Katrina Beckford, 8pm.

DANCES

BECCLES. Hungate Church Hall: Dancing with Salsa Alegria, salsa exercise 7-8pm, Zumba 8-8.30pm, 07716 062364 (Vienna).

BRUNDALL. Memorial Hall, Links Road: Zumba, 5.45pm, 07980 089911.

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Adults fun tap exercise class, 10.45-11.45am £4, details 07906 520651. Line with East Coast Liners, beginners 12.15-1.45pm, 01502 562953.

GORLESTON. St Peter’s Church Hall: Line dancing, 10am till noon with Paul, £4, contact 01493 669155.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Northgate Hospital Social Club: Line dancing in the big hall, 8 till 10.15pm with Paul, £4, contact 01493 669155.

HOPTON. Village Hall, Station Road: Cheerleading, 4-5pm, freestyle dance, 5 till 6pm.

PAKEFIELD. The Ship Inn, Stradbroke Road: Salsa dance class, all levels, 8-11pm.

KESSINGLAND. Sports and Social Centre, Francis Road: Ceroc modern jive, beginners and intermediates 7.30-10.30pm, 07801 492358.

LOWESTOFT. Beaconsfield Conservative Club, Surrey Street: Salsa Alegria class, 8-11pm, 07710 205557 (Steve).

Lowestoft Town Football Club, Love Road: Trailblazers line dancing, intermediate level, 8-10pm, 01493 782405.

WANGFORD, BECCLES. Community Centre: Salsa class, 7.30pm, 01502 724932.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The Swan House Restaurant, New Market: 01502 713474.

Moira Hazel, vibrant paintings, (to Apr 5).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay: 01493 850698.

Nelson’s Women: Philanderer or Family Man, (to Nov 2012, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm).

The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade.

Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists, (to June, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: 01493 743930.

Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea, (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm).

TUESDAY, 22/03/2011

EVENTS

ACLE. High School, South Walsham Road: Talk by David Kelf, meteorologist and member of the Cloud Appreciation Society, David will talk about his work and the art of weather forecasting, 7pm free, no booking required.

St Edmund’s Church Hall (opposite Budgens): Yoga, beginners 6.30pm, improvers 7.15pm, details 07980 089911.

CARLTON COLVILLE. Community Centre, Hall Road: Fitness for ages 50 plus, 1.45-2.45pm £3.50, 01502 562953 (Norma).

GREAT YARMOUTH. St James’ Church Hall, Admiralty Road: Babies and toddlers, 1.30-3pm 50p per family.

Noble Hall, Priory Centre: Tuesday Group, meeting to try new activities, including drama, art etc…, 1-3pm.

LINGWOOD. Methodist Chapel: Pop in to meet up with friends for a coffee and a chat, 10am-12 no charge but donation for expenses.

LOWESTOFT. Crown Street Hall, Factory Street: Mencap drop in, for people with a learning disability, their families and carers, social activities, refreshments, 10am-1pm.

St Andrew’s Church Hall, Roman Road: MS Society exercise and therapies, 10.30am-12.30pm.

FITNESS

BECCLES. Beccles public hall: Chair based exercise with Chairfit, 2-3pm, £1.

CAISTOR ST EDMUND. Caistor Hall Hotel: Nia Fitness non-impact aerobics, 6.30-7.30pm £7/concs, 07899 953974.

CANTLEY. Village Hall, Manor Road: Keep fit for women, 9.30am, 01493 701583 (Sarah).

GORLESTON. Shrublands Youth and Adult Centre: Keep fit class incorporating basic martial arts moves to music, 9.30-10.30am.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Slimming World, 7.15pm.

PORINGLAND. Framingham Earl High School Community Sports Centre, Norwich Road: Badminton Social Players, mixed ability, pay and play basis, 7.30-9.30pm £3.

SHOWS

LOWESTOFT. Seagull Theatre, Morton Road: Much Ado About Nothing by the Seagull Theatre Club, 7.30pm £6-£8, 01502 589726.

GIGS

GORLESTON. Pub on the Shrubs, Hawthorn Road: Folk night, 8pm.

RACKHEATH. Green Man: Nick Page (guitar) and Nick Hill (trumpet) with the Simon Brown Trio (jazz), 8.30pm.

DANCES

ACLE. Recreation Centre, Bridewell Lane: Salsa classes, all levels, 8pm £5/concs £4, 07711 286047.

St Edmund’s Church Hall: Zumba, 5.30pm, 07980 089911.

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Line with East Coast Liners, improvers and intermediates 7.45-9.30pm, 01502 562953.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Cobholm Community Centre: tea dance, ballroom, sequence, line and Latin dance and raffle, 2pm-4.15pm, £2.

Conservative Club, Market Gates: Salsa Alegria class, 8-11pm, 07710 205557 (Steve).

Northgate Hospital Social Club, Northgate Street: Sequence and ballroom social dance, 2-4.15pm, 01692 403591.

Northgate Hospital Social Club: Line dancing in the big hall, 8 till 10.15pm with Paul, £4, contact 01493 669155.

HORSTEAD. Tithe Barn, Rectory Road: Line with Golden Stars, beginners and improvers, 7-9pm £4, 01603 890708.

LITTLE PLUMSTEAD. Village Hall, Crowes Loke: Ballroom, Latin and salsa class, 7.30-9pm £5, 07526 883776.

THURTON. Village Hall: Ballroom and Latin classes, improvers 7.15pm, advanced 8.30pm £4.

SALES

CORTON. Methodist Church Hall: Craft fair, various stalls, refreshments, wheelchair access, 9.30am-3pm.

LODDON. The Hollies: Country Market, 9.15-10.45am.

STALHAM. Town Hall: Table top, 8.30am-12.15pm.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The Swan House Restaurant, New Market: 01502 713474.

Moira Hazel, vibrant paintings, (to Apr 5).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay: 01493 850698.

Nelson’s Women: Philanderer or Family Man? (to Nov 2012, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm).

The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade.

Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists, (to June, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: 01493 743930.

Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea, (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm).

WEDNESDAY, 23/03/2011

EVENTS

CAISTER-ON-SEA. Youth and Community Centre, Yarmouth Road: Spiritual and Reiki healing held by the SHED group, 7pm donations welcome.

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Rumbold Arms PH, Southtown Road: RAOB Pride of Great Yarmouth Lodge meet, 8pm

Christchurch, King Street: Women’s Fellowship weekly meeting, 2.30pm.

Newtown Methodist Church Hall: Coffee morning and bric-a-brac stall, 10.15am-noon.

Great Yarmouth Library: Free and confidential health check with community health trainers, 2.30-4.15pm.

LODDON. St Johns, George Lane: Noah’s Ark for young children and their carers, 9.30am-12.

FITNESS

BRADWELL. Bradwell Community Centre: Adult fun tap exercise, 7.30-8.30pm, 07906520651

GREAT YARMOUTH. Kings centre, Queen Anne’s road: seated exercise, 1.15-2.30pm, £1, (bus nos. 8,8A).

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Phoenix Karate, 4.45pm, call Charlie on 01502 730171.

Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Power yoga, 7-8pm.

HEMSBY. Bell Public House: Kettlebell exercise class, provides a full body workout and helps as part of a weight loss programme, 9.15-10am first session free, 07725 959314.

KESSINGLAND. Community Centre: Keep fit to music for men and women, 2-3pm £2.

LODDON. Hobart High School Sports Hall: Shape Up! Exercise class, 7.15-8.15pm, details 01508 548142.

LOWESTOFT. Trinity Methodist Church, Park Road: Musical exercises for over 60s, mostly sitting, refreshments, 2.30-3.45pm.

REYDON. Pitches View residential home: Chairfit seated exercise , 10-11am, £1.

SHOWS

LOWESTOFT. Marina Theatre, The Marina: The Screwtape Letters — C S Lewis (satirical comedy), 7.30pm £10/concs and Friends £9, 01502 533200.

Seagull Theatre, Morton Road: Much Ado About Nothing by the Seagull Theatre Club, 7.30pm £6-£8, 01502 589726.

DANCES

BECCLES. Bear and Bells, Old Market: Salsa Alegria class, 8-11pm, 07710 205557 (Steve).

CAISTOR ST EDMUND. Caistor Hall Hotel, Stoke Road: Ballroom, Latin and salsa class, 6.30-7.30pm £7, 07834 270747.

Northgate Hospital Social Club: Line dancing in the big hall, 10am till noon with Paul, £4, contact 01493 669155.

PAKEFIELD. The Ship Inn, Stradbroke Road: Salsa dance class, beginners’ class, 8-11pm, 07710205557.

LOWESTOFT. Over 60s Club, Clapham Road: Modern sequence, includes teaching new dances with Mike and Lynn, 7-9.30pm.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The Swan House Restaurant, New Market: 01502 713474.

Moira Hazel, vibrant paintings, (to Apr 5).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay: 01493 850698.

Nelson’s Women: Philanderer or Family Man? (to Nov 2012, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm).

The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade.

Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists, (to June, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: 01493 743930.

Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea, (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm).

THURSDAY, 24/03/2011

EVENTS

BECCLES. Friends Meeting House, Smallgate: Coffee morning, 10am-12 £2 including refreshments.

Hungate Hall, Hungate: Chinese exercise, Wild Goose Qigong 6.30-8pm, Chun Yuen Quan 8-9, Wing Chun kung fu 8-9pm £7.

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Stay and Play, chat while the children play for free, 9-11am, 01493 700308 (Cantley Primary School).

LOWESTOFT. Methodist Church, London Road South: One of the Last Horsemen, Archaeological and Local History Society talk with Ron Ashman, 7.30pm £2 non-members.

United Reformed Church: Scrabble Club meeting, 2.30pm.

TROWSE. White Horse: Norwich Jazz Record Club meeting, 7.45pm.

WROXHAM. Church Hall, Norwich Road: Village Screen: Kind Hearts and Coronets (U), 2.30 and 7pm £5, 01603 782555/781599.

FITNESS

PORINGLAND. Framingham Earl High School Community Sports Centre, Norwich Road: Badminton Social Players, mixed ability, pay and play basis, 7.30-9.30pm £3.

SHOWS

LOWESTOFT. Marina Theatre, The Marina: The Big Ballet: Size Does Matter Tour, 7.30pm £19.50/concs and Friends £17.50, 01502 533200.

Seagull Theatre, Morton Road: Much Ado About Nothing by the Seagull Theatre Club, 7.30pm £6-£8, 01502 589726.

CONCERTS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre Gorleston, Pier Gardens: Some Enchanted Evening — A concert of Broadways popular songs presented by the Chorus of St Cecilia, 7.45pm £10/concs £9.50, 01493 662832.

DANCES

ACLE. United Reformed Church: Jive and Lindy Hop dance class, 7-9pm £6 including refreshments, 07986 011863.

CARLTON COLVILLE. Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way: Line with East Coast Liners, beginners 8-9.30pm, 01502 562953.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road: Adult beginners ballroom and Latin American dance classes, 7--8pm, £2.50. Contact 01493 445767.

Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road: Adult improvers ballroom and Latin American dance classes, 8- 9pm, £2.50. Contact 01493 445767.

Unitarian Hall, Yarmouth Way: Folk dance club, dances walked through first, 7.30-10pm £2, 01493 843099.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Junior Tap, 4pm, Modern Jazz 5pm, Zumba Beginners 6pm, regulars 7.15pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Northgate Hospital Social Club, Northgate Street: Ceroc modern jive, beginners and intermediates 7.30-10.30pm, 07801 492358.

Unitarian Hall, Yarmouth Way: Folk dance club, 7.30-10pm £2.

LOWESTOFT. Lowestoft Town Football Club, Love Road: Trailblazers line dancing, beginners 7.30-8.30pm, intermediate 8.30-10pm, 01493 782405.

MULBARTON. Village Hall, The Common: Line with Tina, improvers and intermediates 7.15-9pm.

PAKEFIELD. Ship Inn, Stradbroke Road: Salsa Alegria class, 8-11pm, 07710 205557 (Steve).

WROXHAM. Hotel Wroxham, The Bridge: Salsa classes for all levels, 8pm £5/concs £4, dancecuban.net.

SALES

ACLE. Horners Auctioneers, Old Norwich Road: Various auctions, from 9am.

EXHIBITIONS

BECCLES. The Swan House Restaurant, New Market: 01502 713474.

Moira Hazel, vibrant paintings, (to Apr 5).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay: 01493 850698.

Nelson’s Women: Philanderer or Family Man? (to Nov 2012, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm).

The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade.

Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists, (to June, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars’ Road: 01493 743930.

Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea, (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm).


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