What’s on in Norfolk? 10 things to do from September 25 to October 1
- Credit: Valerie Bond
Rana Begum: Space Light Colour at The Sainsbury Centre, Norwich. Until October 1, 10am – 6pm Tuesday – Friday, 10am- 5pm Saturdays & Sundays. £7 (£6 concession)
Rana Begum will be displaying her work at the Mezzanine Gallery located at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. Taking inspiration from such artists as Dan Flavin and Donald Judd, Rana uses Minimalism, Constructivism and Concrete art in her works. Her first museum show, Rana's works will transform the gallery with her many installations and wall-mounted reliefs.
Photography Workshop – Deer in Autumn at Holkham Hall, Holkham. September 27 – 9:30am – 4:30pm. £50 (includes lunch)
Learn how wildlife photography works and how to master it, with professional photographer Nigel Downer sharing pointers on how to. Recommended for anyone ranging from beginners to experts. Cameras are not supplied so bring your own.
Ginstronomy at King's Lynn – 28th September – 6:00pm. £25 (Adults only)
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An evening at King's Lynn Town Hall where you will be treated to a delicious three course dinner, each meal paired with a carefully selected artisan gin. The food is prepared by hospitality students from College of West Anglia, and experts from Stamford Gin Company will deliver a talk on the history and development of gin.
Astronomy walk at Hunstanton Heritage Gardens – September 28 – 8:00pm – 9:30pm. Free entry
- 1 County welcomes tankers but motorists continue to queue for fuel
- 2 Latest situation on fuel sees more queues despite continued assurances
- 3 Controversy reignited over 300 home scheme on edge of Norwich
- 4 Jailed in Norfolk: Paedophiles and man caught with £15k of cannabis
- 5 Key workers share 'unnecessary and frustrating' impact of panic-buying
- 6 Revealed: Where most parking tickets have been issued in Norfolk
- 7 Huge seaside home with indoor pool for sale for £600,000
- 8 Norfolk wakes up to empty pumps – despite assurances of ‘ample fuel stocks’
- 9 Man dies in hospital after fight near Norfolk pub
- 10 Search continues for man with knife who chased victim into KFC
Take an astronomy themed walk through Hunstanton Heritage Gardens with experts from the King's Lynn and District Astronomy Society.
Music at The Mo – Sheringham Museum – 29th September – 7:00pm – 10:00pm. Free entry.
A series of acoustic performances held on the museum's new performance place. The three hour program sees three artists/groups performing.
Deer Safari at Holkham Hall – Beginning September 30. 11:00am – 3:30pm. £5 for adults and £2.50 for children below 16
Join in on the chance to see a herd of deer up close, as well learning about their lives and their history in the area, among other things.
Avocet Walking Holiday (part of the Walking and Cycling Festival 2017) – Beginning October 1. £325
A 6-day walk with 5 nights of glamping, this event will see you working your way across the North Norfolk coast while camping in style. Luxurious breakfasts are included and you're even encourage to bring your dogs along for the fun.
Pop Up Shops at Dalegate Market – 26th September – 1st October – 10:00am – 4:00pm. Free entry.
Changing every week, the Pop Up Shops at Dalegate Market plays host to four different local artisans and producers, offering their unique, one of a kind wares.
Black History Month Art Show – September 26 – 10:00am – 6:00pm. Free entry
Held at The Forum in Norwich, Jamaican artist Danny Keen has curated a collection of works by artists such as Diana Lamb, John Bardell, Annie West, with the theme being 'Rooted in the past, Shaping the future'. Some of Keen's own work is part of the display too, including his portrait of Sergeant Johnson Beharry VC.
Showcase of experimental art projections – September 29 - October 1 - 7:00pm – 9:00 pm. Free entry
A one-off showcase depicting four experimental arts projects developed within the King's Lynn town centre and the surrounding area. The works are: FLOW by BellArtLabs, Assemble by Payne Hurt, Voyager by Elements and Moment by FishGills.