Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend

JIM CARREY as Steve Gray in New Line Cinemaâ¬"s comedy â¬STHE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE,⬠a Warne

JIM CARREY as Steve Gray in New Line Cinemaâ¬"s comedy â¬STHE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE,⬠a Warner Bros. Pictures release. - Credit: PA

If you have not got anything planned this weekend then have a look at some of the great events going on this weekend.

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (15) offers an audience a well known cast promising to get them laughing along with this comedic plot. The film starts in 1982, were a young Burt Wonderstone as a loner, who is bullied by his classmates. For a birthday he gets a magic set, that resolves him to gain popularity through slight of hand. Thirty years later Burt is playing to pack crowds, but rivalry occurs between other magicans.

Fans of the Illegal Eagles will not want to miss their return to stage after a 14 year holiday. Back at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange on Sunday at 7:30pm with their Heaven Heats Up tour, they will be singing such classic hits as Hotel California, the Last Resort and Lift in the Fast Lane. Tickets cost £23.50, for more information visit: www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk


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The second part of the BR Standards Steam Gala takes place on the North Norfolk Railway's Poppy Line at Sheringham. This weekend event celebrates the locos designed after the second World War, with services running all weekend from Sheringham and Holt from 9.30am to 5pm each day. For more information visit: www.nnrailway.co.uk

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If you like fishing then you will not want to miss the British Carp and Angling Show at the Norfolk Showground this weekend. After being postponed in January because of the snow, there will be famous anglers hosting clinics, and over 120 stands in the exhibition hall featuring book signings, bait and fishing holidays. The event will run 10am-5pm on both days. Entry costs £10, ages five-16 £5, under-fives free. For more information visit: www.britishcarpshow.co.uk

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