The line-up for a series of free summer events on the west Norfolk coast has been announced.

Activities including outdoor theatres and cinema screenings, a murder mystery evening and a sunset walk are planned for the period from June through to October.

The events announced so far are:

Nia on the Green; June 21

Held on The Green every Wednesday for 6 weeks, a programme of dance-like movement will aim to relax the mind and bodies of visitors of all ages.

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Modelled on the 'Nia' movement of exercise which promotes dance fitness, dip in and out at your leisure.

Sports Link Tennis; June

A tennis coaching course organised by the Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk in partnership with Smithdon High School and Glebe House School.

Women's Running Course for Beginners; starts July 6

Hunstanton Hunny Bees running club are helping to organise this course for women to take up running in an all-women environment.

Participants are asked to meet by the Crazy Golf Pavilion in the Heritage Gardens at 6.30pm to begin their journeys.

Free outdoor theatre: MacHamLear; July 15

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Three well-known actors pitch their own preference - Macbeth, Hamlet or King Lear - to a put-upon studio manager desperately trying to tie the whole show together. 

A free performance taking place on The Green starting at 7pm.

Pebble Painting on the Green; July 25, August 10, 15 and 24

Kicking off by The Green.

Punch and Judy sessions on the Green; Every Wednesday in August

Regular weekly showings by the bandstand in The Green.

Adventure Gardeners; August 3 and 17

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Can you find the fabled Golden Trowel of Hunstanton?

Join gardeners Percy and Polly for a treasure hunt, meet puppet friends and solve riddles to save the gardens.

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Fun for kids aged 5-9 years old. 

Meet at the Gazebo near the Play Area/Crazy Golf in the Heritage Gardens.

Summer Tennis Coaching at Hunstanton Recreation Ground; August 1 to 3

A three-day course for young people with qualified tennis coaches.

Places are limited so booking is essential.

Free family outdoor theatre:

Alice Through the Looking Glass on the Green; August 12

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Delve into the magical world of Wonderland this summer at Hunstanton's own open-air theatre.

Space is available on a first-come first-served basis.

Free outdoor cinema on the Green: Top Gun Maverick; August 19

Enjoy a free screening of the most recent Top Gun film, starring Tom Cruise.

The film starts at 9pm and guests are encouraged to arrive early with blankets or chairs to get a place.

Free outdoor cinema on the Green: Grease; August 20

Grease fans are invited to a free screening of the classic 1978 musical comedy starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John which starts at 9pm. 

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There will also be a free indoor screening of The Super Mario Brothers Movie.

Showing at 11am, 250 seats available, allocated on a first come first served basis. 

Hansel and Gretel puppet show; October half term

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A Hansel and Gretel puppet show in the Town Hall in collaboration with Hunstanton Town Council.

Murder mystery evening in the Golden Lion: The Haunting of Hunstanton; October 28

A "spine-chilling" production from Strange Fascination Theatre will be returning to the Golden Lion pub.

This immersive murder mystery will transport you back to 1935 when the "Old Inn" is holding an evening of seances and ghostly investigations.

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The murder mystery is for people aged 16 and over and includes a buffet.

Places are limited so early booking is recommended.

Councillor Simon Ring, cabinet member for tourism, events and marketing, said: "Following the success of the Soap Box Derby which brought over 6,000 people into Hunstanton at the start of the Easter holidays, these new events are aimed at giving residents and visitors something to enjoy and at encouraging more people into the town to support local businesses."