Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend

Mark Wahlberg in Broken City

Mark Wahlberg in Broken City - Credit: Archant

Looking for ways to keep your family busy this weekend? Here are just some of the great events going on in our county.

For a thrilling time why not watch Broken City (15). Mark Wahlberg stars as cop, Billy Taggart facing jail after tracking down an un-armed suspect. Popular mayor Nicholas

Hostetler (Russell Crowe) steps in with a deal, and gets him out of jail, but there is a price. Seven years later Billy is called upon for a favour by the mayor, asking him to prove his wife has been unfaithful. Tension builds in the surveillance and we enter into a world of drama and suspicion, looking into the secrets of the characters lives.

For Jazz lovers Hotel Hatfield in Lowestoft is holding its latest Milestones session on Sunday. Gareth Lockrane will be showcasing his talents as an outstanding jazz flautist, with a look into modern jazz that delves into a range of flute possibilities. Support will come from Chris Ingham (piano), Ivars Galenieks (double bass) and Russell Morgan (drums). Tickets cost £7. For more information visit: www.milestonesjazzclub.co.uk.


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Well loved comedian Andy Parsons is coming to the Corn Exchange in King's Lynn on Saturday at 8pm. Starting off as a television writer before embarking on a career in comedy, Andy has made countless people laugh with his well-known comedy. Career highs include appearing on shows like Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo, with Andy now bringing his I've Got A Shed tour to King's Lynn. Tickets cost £15, for more information visit: www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk

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Highly-rated Scottish folk singer-songwriter Rachel Sermanni will be singing at the latest Washing Machine promotion at The Hunter Club in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday (7.45-11pm). Rachel's debut album, Under Mountains, was a critical smash in 2012 with her amazing take on folk music. Tickets cost £6 or £7 on the door, for more information visit: www.wegottickets.com

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