Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend

Oxburgh Hall

Oxburgh Hall - Credit: Archant

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

Young singer Zoe Gilby will be returning to the Milestones Jazz Club at the Hotel Hatfield in Lowestoft this Sunday. From Newcastle Zoe mixes jazz with blues, giving some of America's classics a new twist, along with her own expressive original material. Her Influences include music by Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson and Anita O'Day, and she is supported by Andy Champion on the double bass, Simon Brown on piano, and Brian McAllister on the drums. Tickets cost £7 with the event stating at 8pm. For more information visit: www.milestonesjazzclub.co.uk

A celebration of the world's greatest musicals, Three Phantoms from Andrew Lloyd Webber's eponymous musical will be performing at Norwich Theatre Royal on Sunday at 7.30pm. This unique event will fuse musical theatre with the Rat Pack, with actors Earl Carpenter, Matthew Cammelle and Stephen John Davis taking to the stage as the three Phantoms after gaining critical acclaim for appearing in The Phantom of the Opera, along with many other stage greats. The show features such classic songs from Les Misérables, West Side Story, Spamalot, Kiss Me Kate, and many more musical extravaganzas. Tickets range from £28.50-£6.50. For more information visit: www.theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk


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The 8th East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival is taking place this Sunday at 10am-5pm on Oulton Broad. This year more than 40 teams from all around East Anglia are expected to battle out on the water in the 30ft Chinese dragon boats over the 250- meter course, with plenty of activities on the bankside to keep spectators entertained. For more information visit: www.dragonboatfestivals.co.uk/eastanglia

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Take a summer walk in the Washpit at Oxburgh Hall, near Swaffham. The Washpit field which is normally closed to the public will be open for visitors to walk through and experience a wetland meadow. Open daily June 2-13, then Mon-Wed and Sat-Sun 11am-5pm if you fancy a walk at any other time. Entry is normal admission, for more information visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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