Unique storytelling performances come to pubs near Dereham

Storytellers 'Scary Little Girls' to perform at pubs in Mid-Norfolk. Picture: Creative Arts East

Storytellers 'Scary Little Girls' to perform at pubs in Mid-Norfolk. Picture: Creative Arts East - Credit: Archant

A scheme that aims to re-establish local pubs as the centre of the community has announced details of winter performances set to take place in mid-Norfolk.

The Inn Crowd project was launched earlier this year by Creative Arts East and hopes to attract more people to visit local pubs by offering unique live performances.

The first event will be on October 26 at The Fox in Lyng and see the storytelling group Scary Little Girls utilise a mix of performance, music and song to tell various stories, ranging from poetry, short stories and classic literary extracts.

The group will follow this up with a performance at The Lodge in North Tuddenham on November 8. The singing, dancing ans storytelling event will be a cabaret celebration and involve comedic storytelling, music, audience games and sketches.

For further information on these and all Creative Arts Events visit their website.


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