Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend
Need something to do this weekend? Here are just some of the events going on around Norfolk this weekend.
To carry on with the theme of Hallowe'en from last week's release of Hotel Transylvania, Tim Burton's Frankenweenie (PG) is out this weekend.
As usual for Burton the story touches on a dark subject. Victor is an outcast with his dog as his only friend. However, when Sparky dies Victor cannot bear the loss of his beloved pet, so in the middle of the night he digs Sparky up and resurrects him with the help of a machine that harnesses lightening.
Both adults and children will love this animation as it is entertaining throughout with its 3D stop-motion and great vocal acting, however telling your children not to try this at home may be advisable.
Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse's Apple Day returns this Sunday, and fuses fruit and fun together. There will be live entertainment and produce stalls, as well as the chance to taste as many different types of apple products, from cider to juices.
Experts will also be on hand to examine any of your 'mystery' apples from your own garden. Admission is �9.10 for adults, �8.10 concs and �6.10 for ages 4 to 16, with the event running 10am till 5pm. For more information visit www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Gressenhall_Farm_and_Workhouse
- 1 Norfolk pub gets booked up every Sunday for its roast dinner platters
- 2 Meet the man behind a morbid new craze
- 3 Staff and customers gutted after fire badly damages popular takeaway
- 4 Long stretch of A47 closed overnight due to crash
- 5 18 sights you will remember from Norfolk in the 1980s
- 6 Custom-built six-bedroom home with indoor slide on the market for £900,000
- 7 Is this Norfolk's quirkiest cafe?
- 8 Pressure waves of Hunga Tonga volcanic eruption felt across East Anglia
- 9 Villagers hope to take on land near their homes
- 10 Norwich venue offering Afternoon Cheese and it looks incredible
For alternative music why not see Pokey La Farge and the South City Three at the Norwich Arts Centre on Sunday at 8pm. Their musical roots come from early American music that mixes jazz, string, ragtime and country blues and western, guaranteeing an authentic performance that you have never heard before. Tickets are �12 in advance and �14 on the door. For more information visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk
To celebrate the country's wild open spaces, the Cley Visitors Centre is holding an art exhibition in aid of Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley appeal. It features work that shows off the most beautiful areas of our country, from a number of different artists including David Ord Kerr and Robert Gillmor.
All the money raised will go towards buying more land to expand the Cley Marshes reserve, and if looking at all this art work tires you out there is always a slice or two of cake available in the cafe. The exhibition is open 10am till 5pm daily, from October 20 to November 2 at the Cley Visitor Centre.
If you think opera is a bit dull then think again because the Diss Corn Hall's A Night at the Opera is being billed as 'opera without the boring bits.' Singers from the Merry Opera Company will be performing their favourite songs from the stage, including both opera and musical theatre, making it an event for all. Tickets cost �10 from www.disscornhall.co.uk