7 things to do in Norfolk this weekend

Knotted, the band

Knotted will be celebrating the tenth anniversary of their 2011 album St George's Road on Saturday, July 3 at 7.30pm at St George's Theatre, Great Yarmouth - Credit: Howie Marsh

From cinema classics to guided walks right on your doorstep, there are plenty of things to do this weekend in Norfolk.

1. What: England v Ukraine, quarter finals of Euro 2021

Phil Cutter decorates the Murderers as he prepares for the England against Ukraine football match in

Phil Cutter decorates the Murderers as he prepares for the England against Ukraine football match in the Euros 2020. - Credit: Denise Bradley

Where: Some pubs across the county will have walk-in spaces available

When: Saturday, July 3. Kick off at 8pm

Cost: Free on BBC One

Of course this had to be included on the list. Join friends and family in the local boozer while watching it come home.


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2. What: Knotted presents St George's Road

Knotted, the band

Knotted will be celebrating the tenth anniversary of their 2011 album St George's Road on Saturday, July 3 at 7.30pm at St George's Theatre, Great Yarmouth - Credit: Howie Marsh

Where: St George's Theatre, King Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2PG

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When: Saturday, July 3 at 7.30pm

Cost: £5

Knotted, a pop folk band from Norfolk, have been going strong on the national live music scene since forming in 2009.

Knotted are sure to get your feet tapping with their melodic catchy songs with kitchen sink style lyrics.

Book tickets on the St George's theatre website.

3. What: Last chance to see the painting Fortress of Konigstein from the North

Where: Norwich Castle, 24 Castle Meadow, Norwich NR1 3JU

When: Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 1pm to 5pm

Cost: Adults: £6.70, Concession: £6.40, Child: £6.20

Fortress of Konigstein from the North is a classic painting by artist Bernado Bellotto.

Painted between 1756 and 1758, this 18 Century masterpiece will be returning to the National Gallery after this weekend.

4. What: Luna Cinema - The Greatest Showman and Pretty Woman

Sandringham House. Picture: Ian Burt

Sandringham Estate. A nice place for a late night drive in movie. - Credit: Archant

Where: Sandringham Estate, PE35 6EN

When: Saturday and Sunday at 9.15pm

Cost: £15.50 for adults

The Luna Cinema will be in Sandringham over the weekend featuring two classics from the silver screen.

On Saturday night, the Oscar-nominated musical The Greatest Showman will be playing.

Sunday night's feature is the classic 1990 romantic comedy Pretty Woman starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts.

Book tickets here.

5. What: Free guided tour of Caistor Roman Town

Where: Caistor St Edmund, Norwich NR14 8QN

When: Sunday, July 4 at 2.30pm

Cost: Free, but requires registration

Caistor St Edmund is a lovely spot on the outskirts of Norwich, which was once believed to be the largest Roman town in East Anglia.

Register for this free guided walk here.

6. What: Rollesby Car Boot Sale

A scene from the Bradenham car boot sale this year. Picture: BRITTANY WOODMAN

A scene from a car boot sale. - Credit: Archant

Where: Rollesby Playing Field, Rollesby NR29 5

When: Saturday 6.30am to 1pm

Cost: Free to shop, cars £7 and vans from £8

Enjoy a classic British car boot sale in the picturesque village of Rollesby.

Reviews are high on Facebook, with one person saying "great people great bargains".

What more could you ask for?

7. What: Buskers and Beats

Where: The Old Library Wood Collective, Rosary Road, NR1 1ET

When: Sunday 12pm to 5pm

Cost: Free

The Old Library Wood Collective is having a free music afternoon welcome to all.

Enjoy the sights and the sounds at the celebration event this Sunday.

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