Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend
PUBLISHED: 11:18 03 May 2013 | UPDATED: 11:18 03 May 2013
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Its a bank holiday weekend so why not enjoy some of the great events going on this weekend.
21 & Over (15) is a coming of age film that will warm hearts along with making you laugh. Jeff Chang (Justin Chon) has just turned 21, however birthday plans are put on hold as his father has organised an interview for medical school the next day. This does not stop friends Miller (Miles Teller) and Casey (Skylar Astin) persuading Jeff to go out for a few drinks on the town before an early night. However after a lot of drinks Jeff is paralytic and madness ensues, culminating in a misadventure when the friends try and get home. 21 & Over is full of laughs, putting a comedic spin on your first night being able to drink.
St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth is hosting a night of classic Vegas tunes in the Rat Pack -Vegas Spectacular. A live band and three performers will be re-creating some of the great hits of the Fifties Rat Pack, such as Come Fly With Me, That’s Amore, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, and many more from the likes of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. The performance starts at 7:30pm on Saturday, with tickets costing £20. For more information visit: www.stgeorgestheatre.com
Get ready for the eighth Bespak Grand East Anglia Run taking place on Sunday at 10:30am. The run starts of in the Tuesday Market place in King’s Lynn, with a 10km road race around the town centre. It is open to everyone over the age of 15, with this year holding a 1.2 mile mini fun run at 10:35am. For more details check out: www.grandeastangliarun.co.uk
Take a drive back into the past with the annual Stradsett Park vintage Rally at Stradsett near Downham Market, now in its 37th year. This rally will feature around 500 vintage vehicles, from tractors and cars to motorcycles. There will also be some very entertaining ring displays, trade and craft stands, and refreshments. This event is being held on Sunday and Monday from 10am till 5pm, and will be rasing money for BREAK. Adults entry is £5 with accompanied children free. For more information visit: www.nvtec-ea.org.uk
Saturday sees the start of the Broads Outdoor Festival with events running through to Sunday May 19. On Saturday the Horning Boat Show is taking place from 10am till 5pm. On display will be many different types of boat, introducing you to all kinds of boating experiences. This will be held in various location in Horning such as the river moorings and the village playing field. Sunday is International Dawn Chorus Day, and many Broads locations. Carlton Marshes has a dawn chorus walk at 5:30am (www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/reserves/carlton-marshes), and the Spring Wildlife Watch which starts at 8am at Buckenham marshes (www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/b/buckenham). For more information on the Broads Outdoor Festival visit: www.enjoythebroads.com