Our guide to what’s on in Norfolk this weekend

Concertgoers enjoying the Last Night of the Blickling Proms and Sinfonia Viva orchestra last year. P

Concertgoers enjoying the Last Night of the Blickling Proms and Sinfonia Viva orchestra last year. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2012

If you are looking for something to do with the children, or to just pass the time this weekend then have a look at some of the great events taking place.

It is the Last Night of the Blickling Proms at Blickling Estate this Saturday (gates open 4pm), celebrated with an outdoor concert looking in to 50 years of James Bond. Come dressed as a Bond girl or villain and the best-dressed will win a bottle of champagne. The evening ends with an amazing fireworks display all choreographed to music over the lake. The concert's first half will include Bond classics and other movie greats, with the second half including some popular opera arias as well as some great cinema classics, and to end the evening all of the traditional proms favourites will also be performed. Tickets £32, £16 children adv/£35, £18 children on the night. For more information visit: www.revival-productions.co.uk

For something different this weekend, why not cheer on The Norfolk Brawds as they take on the heartland Seriesat from Bedfordshire in a roller derby at the UEA Sportspark on Saturday (12pm). This is the third home public bout the Brawds are hosting, which is set to be a fast paced, action-packed event, that will keep the whole family entertained. There will also be a range of vendor tables and a prize raffle so you are guaranteed to have fun no matter what the result is. Tickets £8.50, £5 children adv/£10 door, under-12s free when accompanied by a paying adult. For more information visit: www.norfolkbrawds.com

Now in its fourth year The harlequin Fayre (formerly known as the Green Man Fayre) is beeing held at a secret location 12 miles from Norwich this Friday to Saturday. This eco-friendly festival will be a colourful family-friendly weekend, and will include a range of entertainment from music, cabaret, fancy dress to games, children's area, and crafts, with everything powered by green energy sources. Gates open at 10am on the first day. Admission: £64, £19 children, £9 under-12s. All teens must be accompanied by an adult over 25, for more information visit: www.medleyproductions.co.uk

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Michael Jackson is fondly remembered as one of the most profoundly influential artists of all time, with a double tribute this weekend, with two shows on the North Norfolk coast. Michael Jackson tribute artist Navi was given a standing ovation by the man himself, after he performed at one of his parties, and will be performing Forever Jackson at Hunstanton Princess Theatre on Saturday (7.30pm) with tickets costing £18.50-£15.50. For more information visit: www.princesshunstanton.co.uk. Also on Sunday at 7.30pm Jackson Live in Concert at the Pavilion Theatre on the Cromer Pier will be taking to the stage with a live band and dancers who work their way through all of Michaels most loved hits. Tickets £18.50, For more information visit: www.cromer-pier.com

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