Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend
PUBLISHED: 11:27 07 June 2013 | UPDATED: 11:27 07 June 2013
If you have not got anything planned this weekend then have a look at some of the great events taking place.
Norfolk singer-songwriter Lisa Ambrose, who has carved out a strong reputation in Norfolk and the UK, will be headlining a gig at The Locks Inn, Geldeston, on Saturday at 8.30pm. She has a unique blend of alternative acoustic folk, which saw her win a Radio 1 competition. She has also supported many well known artists such as Mark Ronson putting her on the music map. The admission is free for more information visit: www.geldestonlocks.co.uk
Thrill-seeking warriors, the Shaolin Warriors will be performing a series of death-defying Kung Fu disciplines, including drunken boxing all devised by the official choreographer of the memorable spectacular Opening Ceremony at the Beijing Olympics. Back in the region at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Saturday at 7.30pm, this family-friendly affair will be a breathtaking theatrical show continuing the story of the warrior, which vividly depicts the
feats of agility strength and skill used by the warriors. Tickets cost £22.50, £70-£54 family for more information visit: www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk
The Jerry Lee Lewis Story, is at Diss Corn Hall on Saturday at 7.30pm, and will be telling the story of the first ‘wild man of rock’ and his rise to fame. Some of his greatest hits will be performed from Great Balls of Fire to a Whole Lotta Shakin which have made him one of music’s biggest names. This concert will also feature more than 20 of ‘The Killer’s’ greatest hits, with tickets costing £14 (£12 cons). For more information visit: www.disscornhall.co.uk
Cawston Band returns to Norwich Playhouse on Saturday at 7.30pm with special guest soloist - flugel player Andy Holmes. Cawston Band was named the winners of the 75th annual East Anglian Brass Band Championship, which is the latest award in a four-year winning streak for this Norfolk band. They are currently run by tuba player Ian Clarke, with the band releasing their third album in October, with hopes to start a youth band in the near future. Tickets cost £14 (£12 cons), for more information visit: www.norwichplayhouse.co.uk
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